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Installing new chipset drivers?

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Alright I have installed and uninstalled new graphic card drivers before but never chipset drivers, I know for graphics drivers you are supposed to use driver sweeper after uninstalling them, however driver cleaner does not have any cleaners for asus which is what my current motherboard is. Or am I supposed to just uninstall it?
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bump no one knows how?
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Asus doesn't make the chipset you have, Intel does.

Driver Sweeper does have a driver cleaner, labeled "Intel - Chipset". However it isn't needed. If you're updating the chipset software (aka driver), simply make a shortcut of the .exe and add -overall to the end of the target line. This will override and update all of the co-existing files with the newer one.
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