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brucewithgh4
Posts: 2 | Last online: 01.06.2017
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    • brucewithgh4 has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 12.20.2016

      Sounds like IME driver is a pretty important kernel. Kind of baffled that I can just download a driver and install (replace?) it.
      Anyhow, everything running smooth until it's not.

    • brucewithgh4 has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 12.18.2016

      I just built this:
      Asus x99-A-ii, i7-6800k, 8x8gb ddr4-2133 g.skill ram, sandisk 240gb sshd, toshiba 3tb hdd,
      Evda gold 750, windows 10 home, amd radeon hd 6700.
      For editing video in 4K.
      So far, I have done the following setup procedures:
      Flashed the bios to the lastest version 1401 with a file I downloaded from Asus called x99-A-ii-asus-14ul.CAP.
      Installed a new copy of windows 10 Home and updated it.
      Installed the drivers from the disc that came with the motherboard.
      Then i got a popup asking for a MEI driver.
      From Asus I was able to get this file : MEI_Intel_15M_Win10_64_VER11001162 which I installed and everything seems to be working great.
      My question is, what does this MEI driver do and why wasn’t it already in there?

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