This is a known problem and is being looked at by the IDSA team. In the meantime, manually download and install the 8190 build (available here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/29557/Intel-Graphics-Windows-10-DCH-Drivers). Download in .EXE form and simply run to install.
Thanks for your comment.
Note that performing you Download steps does Not solve the reoccurring issue of IDSA constantly asking for update;
At least, not on our systems.
Also, per the original .txt attachment, you can see that the current installed update represented by the IDSA is ~apparently historical.
Yea, I was hoping that getting to the latest would avoid the problem (as least for a short time). It looks like the catalog was already updated, however. We'll jus have to wait for the development team to provide us with an update.
To help the development team with debug of these errors, please create a ZIP file containing everything in your C:\ProgramData\Intel\DSA folder. Use the paperclip icon below the edit window to upload and attach this ZIP file to a response post.
Note that some of the LOG files in this folder will fail to copy into the ZIP file because still in use. This is normal. You can use Task Manager to terminate the DSA and DSA Update Services so that these log files will copy.