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Windows Update overrides newest driver

Chip-B1
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I am running an HP Pavilion x360 2-in-1 Laptop 14-ek0xxx with Windows 11 NOT is S mode. I was running the DCH driver version 30.0.101.1314. The Driver and Spport Assistant said there was a newer DCH driver, version 31.0.101.3959, so I downloaded it from the web site that came up when running the assistant and installed it. It worked just fine - for one day.

 

The next day Windows Update went out on its own and re-downloaded the older driver (30.0.0101.1314) and installed it without checking to see if it was an older driver.

 

What can be done to have Windows Update not override the newer driver?

 

Here's my specs:

HP Pavilion x360 2-in-1 Laptop 14-ek0xxx

BIOS
Version
F.10
Date
8/29/2022
Motherboard
Manufacturer
HP
Model
8A34
Version
30.37
Operating System
Edition
Microsoft Windows 11 Home (64-bit)
Version (Build)
22H2 (10.0.22621)

Devices and Drivers

Processor

12th Gen Intel® Core™ i3-1215U

Graphics

Intel® UHD Graphics

 
  • Driver DetailsUpdate available
  • ProviderIntel Corporation
  • Version30.0.101.1314
  • Date2/22/2022
  • Device Details
  • Adapter CompatibilityIntel Corporation
  • Video ProcessorIntel® UHD Graphics Family
  • Resolution1920 x 1080
  • Bits Per Pixel32
  • Number of Colors4294967296
  • Refresh Rate - Current60 Hz
  • Refresh Rate - Maximum75 Hz
  • Refresh Rate - Minimum23 Hz
  • Adapter DAC TypeInternal
  • AvailabilityRunning at full power
  • StatusThis device is working properly.
  • LocationPCI bus 0, device 2, function 0
  • Device IdPCI\VEN_8086&DEV_46B3&SUBSYS_8A34103C&REV_0C\3&11583659&2&10
Audio

Intel® Smart Sound Technology for Bluetooth® Audio

Intel® Smart Sound Technology for Digital Microphones

Realtek High Definition Audio

Networking and I/O

Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network)

Realtek RTL8822CE 802.11ac PCIe Adapter

Memory

8 GB

Storage

SDXC Card

SK hynix BC711 HFM256GD3JX013N

Intel Software

Intel® Arc™ Control

 
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AlHill
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This question as been asked so many times.....

 

You need to use the Microsoft wuShowHide tool (attached) to block the 1314 update.

First, save the tool I have attached.  It is a cab file.

Then, install the 3959 driver.

Then, reboot.

Then, immediately run the wuShowHide tool and HIDE the 1314 update.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

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AlHill
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This question as been asked so many times.....

 

You need to use the Microsoft wuShowHide tool (attached) to block the 1314 update.

First, save the tool I have attached.  It is a cab file.

Then, install the 3959 driver.

Then, reboot.

Then, immediately run the wuShowHide tool and HIDE the 1314 update.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

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Chip-B1
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Doc,

     I ran the wuSHowHide tool but it didn't show me the 1314 update to hide. Instead it shows "There are no updates to hide." I did this immediately after rebooting with the 3959 driver. Did I do something wrong?

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AlHill
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Try doing it again.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

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Chip-B1
Beginner
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A few days ago I started from square one with the 3959 update. I've been checking almost daily to see if Windows Update would download the 1314 "update" but so far nothing. I never was able to hide the 1314 "update" but Windows Update hasn't tried to download it either. So I think i'm set.

 

I do apologize for poting something that has been posted previously. I guess I just didn't look far enough and was too impatient. Forgive me.

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