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Had my Deluxe since Jan of last year, other than some annoying sleep issues, ive not had a single issue with it...

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I would just say remember to use the Intel SATA ports on your motherboard (and disable the marvel if you don't use any of them). I use a Samsung SSD, and ALL BRANDS ARE DIFFERENT in this, but I couldn't use a USB boot drive to do a firmware update before I installed my OS, so I had to set up the HHD first and run a firmware update through that windows install on the untouched SSD.

Personally, I think you're better off installing any drivers/etc from the website instead of from a disk, but links to anything and everything you'd ever want is either linked in the first post of this thread, or over in Sean's SSD setup thread (which I HIGHLY recommend following for your SSD setup - it cut my windows install to half, down under 10 GB).
 
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I have a P8P67 PRO Rev 3.0 and I try to keep the drivers uptodate.

I could install all drivers according to post #1, except:

Chipset
Intel INF Driver: 9.3.0.1020
Intel Management Engine Driver: 8.0.2.1410

Installation is done without any error message, but it seems that driver is not installed, as I still see older version in de the device manager.

I wanted to attach the logs, but I get the message "You don't have permissions to create attachments."

Any help welcome.
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I have a P8P67 PRO Rev 3.0 and I try to keep the drivers uptodate.
I could install all drivers according to post #1, except:
Chipset
Intel INF Driver: 9.3.0.1020
Intel Management Engine Driver: 8.0.2.1410
Installation is done without any error message, but it seems that driver is not installed, as I still see older version in de the device manager.
I wanted to attach the logs, but I get the message "You don't have permissions to create attachments."
Any help welcome.
Thanks

with the logs IntelAMT.txt 31k .txt file
IntelChipset.txt 680k .txt file
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Originally Posted by overclock66 View Post

Intel INF Driver: 9.3.0.1020
Intel Management Engine Driver: 8.0.2.1410
Installation is done without any error message, but it seems that driver is not installed, as I still see older version in de the device manager.

Don't worry, it's normal. Even with my P8Z68-V Pro, I still get the same driver versions you have. I take it you've updated the BIOS to 2303?
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Strange issue.... I got a gigabit lan setup (DIR-655) and for some reason my network card on my p8p67 (REV 3.1) is only giving me 100 Mbps... any ideas?
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Strange issue.... I got a gigabit lan setup (DIR-655) and for some reason my network card on my p8p67 (REV 3.1) is only giving me 100 Mbps... any ideas?

Make sure under Speed and Duplex that it is set to 1.0 Gbps.

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post #2698 of 3000
the newer versions of INF and ME only contain descriptors for newer chipsets, not drivers of any form

They do not contain newer versions of previously released chipsets.

Once the INF is released containing a particular supporting chipset, they never change unless intel fundamentally changes the PSLIP descriptions which NEVER happens...

Its pointless to keep installing the newer versions, as they will never update anything past the initial release version.

If you are doing a new install, or a system wipe, obvioulsy youll need the newest ones, as you cant get the older ones anymore.

However, it will still only install the original version
Edited by The Mac - 3/5/12 at 7:35pm
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... and how was it again, smart or not to add "-overall" to the shortcut made of the INF installer ?
    
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mostly irrelvent, but might as well - wont hurt anything...
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