Currently I have 10.1.17968.8131 installed.
MB Manufacturer (MSI)'s website suggest newer version (10.1.18228.8176) is available:
This won't install for me.
Official Intel page for the Chipset:
Does not list a chipset driver
The latest chipset driver on the Intel site does seem to be 10.1.17968.8131:
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/29227/Chipset-INF-Utility - BUT this does not specifically list the Intel Z390 Chipset
Gigabytle (not my MF) have a version 10.1.18243.8188 - released
Why does the latest Intel chipset driver not support Z390?
I have emailed my MB manufacturer support but they state:
"Information on the Intel’s side isn’t exactly clear as well. Inside the installer it says driver package is covering 300 series chipset without any exclusions but on the web page, Z390 is not listed in the supported chipset models."
There is no chipset "driver". The INF is just a definition file that can be applied.
If the MSI chipset inf for your board will not install, contact MSI for support.
I did contact them, before posting here. They stated: ""Information on the Intel’s side isn’t exactly clear as well. Inside the installer it says driver package is covering 300 series chipset without any exclusions but on the web page, Z390 is not listed in the supported chipset models."
Both the downloads from MSI and from Intel for 10.1.18228.8176 contain a file called SetupChipset.exe - with identical MD5 sum - so presumably the same file.
This fails to run on my machine, regardless of the source MSI or Intel.
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