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#31 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by SoniX 12.11.2013 00:42

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Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #35
Zitat von SoniX im Beitrag #34
It's a dump.
Here is the search for Asus P8P67 revision 1.0 (B2)
I don't see a link.


I am looking for.

#32 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by lordkag 26.11.2013 22:11

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This ME 7.1.60.1193 is just for updating. The only place I could find it was an Intel BIOS, don't know why they keep them so secret. Also, nothing about 7.1.70.1198 for consumer. I tried this 7.1.60.1193 on my brother's laptop, but although successful, the ME firmware has stopped communicating with the driver (all 7.xx, 8.xx, 9.xx).

Before I revert to 7.1.52.1176, can someone comment on the compatibility between 8.1.51.1471 and HM65? I might give this one a try, if it is somewhat compatible.

And thank you, Fernando, for sharing your knowledge with us. I might bug you with some questions in the future.

#33 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by 100PIER 04.12.2013 17:43

Fernando,
i think have observed why we get Code Error 10 from time to time.
I can replicate the problem (it is an Intel bug) very easily.
You put your system in hibernation status for few minutes and then you get 100% the MEI problem when re alive the system.
The workaround which works without any driver uninstall procedure is to do a reboot and all MEI driver is working again as long as you never got the PC in hibernation state...
I do tests on my PC ASUS P8Z77-V DEluxe W7 x64 SP1 UEFI RAID 0.
Please can you confirm you get the same symptom on your side on your various PCs ?
Regards

#34 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by Fernando 04.12.2013 18:17

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Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #38
i think have observed why we get Code Error 10 from time to time.
I can replicate the problem (it is an Intel bug) very easily.
You put your system in hibernation status for few minutes and then you get 100% the MEI problem when re alive the system.
The workaround which works without any driver uninstall procedure is to do a reboot and all MEI driver is working again as long as you never got the PC in hibernation state...
If you are right, the best method to solve the problem would be to disable the hibernation function by running the command "powercfg.exe -h off".

Zitat
Please can you confirm you get the same symptom on your side on your various PCs ?

I cannot test it, because I don't have this issue.

#35 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by 100PIER 04.12.2013 18:27

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #7
Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #6
I have Code Error 10 (controller can't start) in Control Panel MEI after installation of MEI driver V 9.5.15.1730.
What do you suggest ?
I got the same error message with my HM76 notebook system running Win8.1 RTM.
This is the way I solved it:
1. Open the Device Manager, do a right click onto the "Intel(R) Management Engine Interface" and choose "Uninstall".
2. Let the device been uninstalled, bot don't check the option "Uninstall driver software".
3. Reboot.


In your last post you said you have not seen the problem ?

#36 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by Fernando 04.12.2013 19:01

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Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #40
Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #7
Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #6
I have Code Error 10 (controller can't start) in Control Panel MEI after installation of MEI driver V 9.5.15.1730.
What do you suggest ?
I got the same error message with my HM76 notebook system running Win8.1 RTM.
This is the way I solved it:
1. Open the Device Manager, do a right click onto the "Intel(R) Management Engine Interface" and choose "Uninstall".
2. Let the device been uninstalled, bot don't check the option "Uninstall driver software".
3. Reboot.
In your last post you said you have not seen the problem ?
Currently I don't have any problem with the "Error Code 10" message. As far as I remember I have solved the issue I had with my HM76 notebook by installing another MEI driver (v9.5.14.1724 instead of v9.5.15.1730). I cannot test it, because this notebook is in Spain and I am in Germany now.

#37 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by Oubadah 24.12.2013 10:29

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #1
This package contains the newest 32/64bit Intel MEI (HECI) drivers dated 09/16/2013 without installer or additional software.



What "additional software" are you speaking of and why is it not necessary?

#38 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by Fernando 24.12.2013 18:01

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@ Oubadah:
Welcome at Win-RAID Forum!

Zitat von Oubadah im Beitrag #42
Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #1
This package contains the newest 32/64bit Intel MEI (HECI) drivers dated 09/16/2013 without installer or additional software.
What "additional software" are you speaking of and why is it not necessary?
Neither an installer nor additional software (like the ME info tool) is necessary to geht the Heci driver manually installed from within the Device Manager.

Merry Christmas!
Fernando

#39 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by Oubadah 25.12.2013 04:42

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #43
Neither an installer nor additional software (like the ME info tool) is necessary to geht the Heci driver manually installed from within the Device Manager.

Merry Christmas!
Fernando



Yeah, but what does the additional software do and why wouldn't you want to install it? Do you consider it unnecessary 'bloatware'? (like when I install Intel RST drivers, I don't install the full installer package - I extract just the drivers and install them manually via device manager so that it doesn't install the extra service/bloat that I don't need).

#40 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by Fernando 25.12.2013 12:38

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Zitat von Oubadah im Beitrag #44
Do you consider it unnecessary 'bloatware'? (like when I install Intel RST drivers, I don't install the full installer package - I extract just the drivers and install them manually via device manager so that it doesn't install the extra service/bloat that I don't need).
Yes, only the driver itself is needed (besides the Intel ME Firmware, but this "Software" has to be flashed and cannot be installed).

#41 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by Oubadah 03.01.2014 01:14

Why does Intel list the 9.5.15.1730 driver for Windows 8 only, but Station Drivers has it listed for 7 as well?

#42 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by Fernando 03.01.2014 02:48

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Zitat von Oubadah im Beitrag #46
Why does Intel list the 9.5.15.1730 driver for Windows 8 only, but Station Drivers has it listed for 7 as well?
You should better ask Intel than us.
The Intel MEI driver v9.5.15.1730 is working fine with my Z77 system.

#43 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by 100PIER 04.01.2014 17:23

Fernando,
i use on my Z77 ASUS PC MEI driver V 10.0.0.1072, and MEI firmware 8.1.51.1471 Under W7 x64 SP1.
All is working fine except when coming back from hibernation.
This MEI driver stops.
the problem was the same with any MEI previous version driver.
When reboot all is working fine again..
Do you have the same 'bug' on your side (with W 8.1) ?

#44 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by Fernando 04.01.2014 18:34

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Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #48
i use on my Z77 ASUS PC MEI driver V 10.0.0.1072, and MEI firmware 8.1.51.1471 Under W7 x64 SP1.
All is working fine except when coming back from hibernation. This MEI driver stops. the problem was the same with any MEI previous version driver.
When reboot all is working fine again..
Do you have the same 'bug' on your side (with W 8.1) ?
I cannot test it, because I have disabled hibernation.

#45 RE: Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools by 100PIER 05.01.2014 12:15

Fernando,
The problem I have detected is when I put the W7 x64 PC in "sleep mode" and then awake it up and running.
The MEI driver no longer works (error code displayed in Device Control Panel) and you have to reboot the PC to get a proper MEI driver functionnal.
How do you did you 'disabled' the sleep mode ? On my PC the 'sleep mode' entry menu is always present when clicking on 'Start' icon.
Is 'disabling' the 'sleep mode' a specific feature available only on W8.1 ?

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