I just ran INF_allOS_220.127.116.111_PV.exe to update the chipset on my DZ77GA-70K system board. The update utility said it completed - but, it took less than 1 second to run... leaving me wondering if it actually worked.
I tried to use the Intel chipset identification utility to double check which chipset version I am running - but, it doesn't work with 64-bit Windows (thank goodness it runs on Windows 95 and Windows Vista 32-bit!).
Does anyone know of a way to determine which Intel chipset software version I am running?
Thanks.../Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=861&DwnldID=18498&ProductFamily=Chipsets&ProductLine=Chipset Software&ProductProduct=Intel® Chipset Identification Utility&lang=eng Intel® Chipset Identification UtilityUse to identify your Intel® chipset on your motherboard. Utility must be "Run as Administrator" on Windows Vista*/Windows 7* (No 64-bit OS support)
it most likely installed, it doesn't take long at all, to check:
device manager, goto "system devices"
clock on "Intel 7 series /c216 chipset family PCI express root port"
driver should say Intel.
I'll answer my own question. The Intel Driver Update web page has been updated for DZ77GA-70K. It is now showing the version number of the chipset software:
http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect Intel® Driver Update Utility
Hi - You can try this :
Run Registry Editor (Start -> Run -> regedit -> enter)
Once in the Registry Editor expand "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE"
Next Expand "SOFTWARE"
Next Expand "INTEL"
Click on "Infinst"
On the right hand side there will be two things to look for.
First is to make sure the line that says "Install" has the word "success" next too it (to the right, under "data" ). This indicates the driver was installed correctly.
Next find the line that says "Version", and that will be your version number that was installed. Regards. Peter