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Kamiccolo
Posts: 7 | Last online: 05.18.2017
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    • Kamiccolo has written a new post "Intel Chipset Device "Drivers" (= INF files)" 05.18.2017

      I am running Windows 10 64 bit pro. Both in device manager show that they are using drivers from 2006. Both the standard drivers installed after a fresh installation of windows 10 64 bit pro.
      Usb 2.0 works fine but I would rather have updated drivers for them in general which I have now installed the 2013 drivers.
      Didn't test for copy or write speed from usb yet but ill let you know if the new drivers increase performance any way over the 2006 drivers.

      Thanks for getting back to me.

      Sincerely,
      Kamiccolo

    • Kamiccolo has written a new post "Intel Chipset Device "Drivers" (= INF files)" 05.17.2017

      So after doing some research into the drivers I've found that yes both those devices are apart of the intel chipset installation package and that you do have a lot of the newer chipsets usb drivers in the all in one package.
      The latest driver I could find was for 9.3.0.1030 but there from 2013.
      Here is the link.
      https://downloadcenter.intel.com/downloa...s?product=70397
      These drivers are up to windows 8.1... not windows 10 but yeah if possible could you find a more updated version of these drivers and add them to the package or if those are the latest mod them for updated date and add them to the ivy bridge package so that other people don't go without installing them either.
      Thank you a lot Fernando for all your hard work. Really appreciate it.

      Sincerely,
      Kamiccolo

    • Kamiccolo has written a new post "Intel Chipset Device "Drivers" (= INF files)" 05.17.2017

      Hey good day Fernando,

      I seem to always use your drivers you guys upload here but I actually need help with a single driver install that I cannot find in the All in one package dated 2017-02-01.
      Every driver has been updated successfully except for 2.
      Intel 7 series/C216 chipset family USB enhanced host controller - 1E2D
      Intel 7 series/C216 chipset family USB enhanced host controller - 1E26
      Could not find drivers for them in your package.
      I also use your latest modded drivers for intels USB 3.0 and they are installed with your auto installer.

      Need to know if these components are suppose to be with your INF package or they are separate for USB but not USB 3.0 so of course they wouldn't be located in the USB 3.0 installer either.
      Let me know help would be appreciated.

      Sincerely,
      Kamiccolo

    • Kamiccolo has written a new post "AHCI & RAID ROM Modules" 01.10.2017

      Hi Fernando,

      I was going to ask you for some advice on which efi raid rom I should use for my system.

      I'm running the Maximus V extreme motherboard with the i7 3770k.

      I'm doing a full bios update since I just got my build fully done. 2x 1080s :P but needed some advice for my 2x Samsung 850 pro in raid 0.
      I have done the bios updating a lot with UBU tool so that's not the problem just the specific rom I should be using with my z77 chipset.
      On the first page of this forum it says that the v13.1.0.2126 rom are originally created for the 8/9 series (not the 7 series) but after that you state that 7 series users should opt for the v13.1.0.2126 rom.
      I just wanted to make sure that from your advice that I should be installing the v13.1.0.2126 rom.
      My bios origionally has the 11.5.0.1582 efi rom and 11.0.0.1339 orom.

      I know I shouldn't be updating the efi rom past a certain version since they do not natively support the 7 series chipset but you kinda state otherwise so just want to make sure.
      Once again thank you for your time Fernando! Keep up the amazing work!

      I have now read your other thread Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?.
      You do state there that the 13.1.0.2126 are the best for the z77 chipset but let me know what you think as well. Want the system to be operating as best as possible.

      Sincerely,
      Kamiccolo

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