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It depends on the DeviceID of the device named "Intel(R) Management Engine Interface". If it should be DEV_1E3A, I recommend to install the Intel MEI/HECI driver v9.0.0.1287 dated 05/14/2013 (shown by mistake as dated 12/17/2012). You can find the download link here: http://www.win-raid.com/t171f39-Intel-Management-Engine-Drivers-Firmware-and-Tools.html

Thanks. What is the reason why the latest v9 driver (9.6.0.1038) is not recommended?
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What is the reason why the latest v9 driver (9.6.0.1038) is not recommended?
Because the HECI driver will not be installed (although it is within the package).
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Because the HECI driver will not be installed (although it is within the package).

So, just to verify, the latest version that will install the HECI driver and is most recommended version for my board is the v9.0.0.1287? And any versions past that, including future releases, won't be appropriate?
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So, just to verify, the latest version that will install the HECI driver and is most recommended version for my board is the v9.0.0.1287?
Why don't you check it out yourself?
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And any versions past that, including future releases, won't be appropriate?
I am neither a know-it-all nor a clairvoyant.
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Sort of lost track/interest in updating mine.. just to confirm.

My driver is: 9.5.15.1730
My firmware is: 9.0.31.1487 H

Could someone (who knows), if I should update to a) version 10 of anything b) update only firmware to 9.5.x (which one)?
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What is the reason why the latest v9 driver (9.6.0.1038) is not recommended?
The Intel driverpack v9.6.0.1038 doesn't contain Intel MEI drivers v9.6.0.1038. The version of the included ME drivers is 9.5.15.1730 dated 09/16/2013.
The latest Intel MEI drivers of the v9 series are v9.5.24.1790 dated 12/10/2013.
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Why don't you check it out yourself?
I am neither a know-it-all nor a clairvoyant.

Sorry. I'm not really sure what to look for. Are you just comparing the drivers included in each driver package and the one with the true latest driver version is the one you recommend?
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The Intel driverpack v9.6.0.1038 doesn't contain Intel MEI drivers v9.6.0.1038. The version of the included ME drivers is 9.5.15.1730 dated 09/16/2013.
The latest Intel MEI drivers of the v9 series are v9.5.24.1790 dated 12/10/2013.

Ok. In that case, why do you recommend to install the Intel MEI/HECI driver v9.0.0.1287 dated 05/14/2013 if the latest is v9.5.24.1790 dated 12/10/2013?

And for the ME firmware, is v8.1.51.1471 (latest) the recommended one for my Z68 board?
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Hope someone can help answer this for me...I've read conflicting reports. When using a modded bios (updated oroms), do i have to use legacy mode re: bios? Does it depend on the actual modded version or is it across the board? I've seen posts re: bios modded a while back saying legacy mode is a must and one saying uefi was possible on 'newer' bios mods. In legacy atm. Tia for any info.
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Are you just comparing the drivers included in each driver package and the one with the true latest driver version is the one you recommend?
Yes, only the driver version and date is important, not the version and dates of a complete package containing a lot of different drivers and software components (incl. installer).
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why do you recommend to install the Intel MEI/HECI driver v9.0.0.1287 dated 05/14/2013 if the latest is v9.5.24.1790 dated 12/10/2013?
Because I do not recommend to install the latest, but the best compatible driver. All Intel ME drivers from v9.5.x.x.xxxx up have been primarily designed for Intel 8- and 9-Series chipsets and not at all for 6-Series ones (look here: http://station-drivers.com/index.php/listes-constructeurs/33-intel/24-intel-chipset).
My advice: If your priority is to use the latest/newest drivers/Firmware/BIOS modules, you should (re)start with an actual Intel 8- or 9-series Chipset system.
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 
And for the ME firmware, is v8.1.51.1471 (latest) the recommended one for my Z68 board?
Yes. Please look into the start post of this thread: http://www.win-raid.com/t171f39-Intel-Management-Engine-Drivers-Firmware-and-Tools.html
Just to remind you: The topic of this thread has nothing to do with your Intel ME questions. That is why you will not get any further reply/answer from my side. I don't have any interest to hijack garik's thread.

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When using a modded bios (updated oroms), do i have to use legacy mode re: bios? Does it depend on the actual modded version or is it across the board? I've seen posts re: bios modded a while back saying legacy mode is a must and one saying uefi was possible on 'newer' bios mods. In legacy atm.
The BIOS modification itself has nothing to do with the (LEGACY/UEFI) mode of the later OS installation, but the OS, which has been installed in LEGACY/MBR mode, will just use the LEGACY OROM modules, whereas an OS, which has been installed in UEFI/GPT mode, will just use the EFI modules (like SataDriver, GopDriver etc.).
So if you want, that the Controllers of your system are using the newest OROM resp. EFI modules regardless the sort (LEGACY or UEFI) of the OS installation, you should update both sorts of the related BIOS modules (OROMs and EFI).
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Yes, only the driver version and date is important, not the version and dates of a complete package containing a lot of different drivers and software components (incl. installer).
Because I do not recommend to install the latest, but the best compatible driver. All Intel ME drivers from v9.5.x.x.xxxx up have been primarily designed for Intel 8- and 9-Series chipsets and not at all for 6-Series ones (look here: http://station-drivers.com/index.php/listes-constructeurs/33-intel/24-intel-chipset).
My advice: If your priority is to use the latest/newest drivers/Firmware/BIOS modules, you should (re)start with an actual Intel 8- or 9-series Chipset system.
Yes. Please look into the start post of this thread: http://www.win-raid.com/t171f39-Intel-Management-Engine-Drivers-Firmware-and-Tools.html
Just to remind you: The topic of this thread has nothing to do with your Intel ME questions. That is why you will not get any further reply/answer from my side. I don't have any interest to hijack garik's thread.
The BIOS modification itself has nothing to do with the (LEGACY/UEFI) mode of the later OS installation, but the OS, which has been installed in LEGACY/MBR mode, will just use the LEGACY OROM modules, whereas an OS, which has been installed in UEFI/GPT mode, will just use the EFI modules (like SataDriver, GopDriver etc.).
So if you want, that the Controllers of your system are using the newest OROM resp. EFI modules regardless the sort (LEGACY or UEFI) of the OS installation, you should update both sorts of the related BIOS modules (OROMs and EFI).

Thank you very much for all the answers. Garik, sorry for hijacking the thread. I will now post on the Win-Raid forum if ever I still have questions smile.gif
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