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moadip

The same, its extracting the files, but it doesnt install any of them. i wonder why.

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zipper

in the relaese notes it says that it will update the driver, when it need to, but i think intel did came with that version as a standard for the RTM, but i am maybe mistaken. anyone with vista who tried it?

Yes, no errors.

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mobilenvidia

The same, its extracting the files, but it doesnt install any of them. i wonder why.

If it installed nothing then it probably didn't need to.

From memory most of the updates when I ran it were v9.1.1.1016 (just confirmed it did update to that version)

Only some Intel Chipset components got the update, the IntelĀ® 82801 PCI Bridge is still Win7 7600.16385

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Sheperd_Book

Everything fine under WinXp on my on my Aspire 5920g. :-)

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mobilenvidia

Added v9.1.1.1020

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zipper

And installed already.

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6y4

this driver work to Mobile IntelĀ® PM965 Express Chipset ???

intel last driver to my chipset 9.?1.?1.?1019

http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/sb/CS-025753.htm?iid=SEARCH

support? Intel Chipset v9.1.1.1020 to my chipset??

ps- i bad speck english sorry :)

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moadip

for the second time the installer didnt install any files. WTF iive got a W7 pro x64

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Soor

Meh, both latest ones give me an OS not supported error on W7 RTM.

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mobilenvidia

I just fresh installed Win 7 RTM again and ran 1020 an it updated most drivers to 1016.

Once you have run this and its updated to what ever version it may take months and many versions before any changes are made to you chipset drivers.

If it doesn't update anything you already have the latest drivers installed.

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mobilenvidia

Added 9.1.1.1023

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Guest Hi

Every time I update these chipset drivers, it seems it installs nothing. You don't have to uninstall anything before updating, right? I just updated to the newest ones.

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moadip

it installs only when there is a new drvier for you MOBO

try this thread 7Forums

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mobilenvidia

If it installs nothing that means that there was nothing to upgrade.

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mobilenvidia

Added 9.1.1.1025

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Guest JR

Install the latest chipset driver from command line with options "-overall -overide".

For example: infinst911autol.exe -overall -overide

Then EVERYTHING will be updated!

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Guest mushroom

@ JR: Thanks for the installation tip (-overall -overide)

I tried it and it worked fine! It really updated everything...

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Guest mANUEL

HI GUYS WHERE INSERT THE COMMAND (-overall -overide)??? I DOWNLOAD THE DRIVER CHIPSET Added 9.1.1.1025

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Guest StreetFighter

Hey,

you have to install via windows command line.

Go to windows command line, select the installation file and add "-overall -overide"

I tried it myself - i am surprised, how much was updated

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Guest Matthew

Be aware that 3rd party drivers will be installed with this option...

but OK, it runs fine for me. I'm installing with this option for years and never had any problems!

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mobilenvidia

Added 1027

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