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Intel Chipset Drivers 10.1.18793

Intel released version 10.1.18793 of their Chipset Device Software on June 30, 2021.

This is the latest version of these drivers and should work with most newer Intel-based motherboards.

Intel's INF updates are not drivers in the most technical sense, but are instead updates to important files that tell Windows how to use Intel integrated hardware. However, we usually still refer to them as drivers.

See What Version of This Driver Do I Have Installed? if you're not sure which Intel Chipset driver version you have installed.

Changes in Intel Chipset Drivers v10.1

This update resolves an issue related to an incorrect version number, plus adds support for a few new devices.

If you're not experiencing any issues with your hardware then this update probably isn't necessary, though I've rarely seen Intel chipset driver updates cause any problems.

Intel Chipset Driver Download

The latest Intel chipset drivers can always be downloaded directly from Intel:

Download Intel Chipset Device Software

This updated Intel chipset driver works for both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows 10, as well as Windows Server 2019, 2016, and 2012 R2.

These drivers work only with the following Intel chipsets:

  • Intel B150 Chipset
  • Intel B250 Chipset
  • Intel B360 Chipset
  • Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility
  • Intel H110 Chipset
  • Intel H170 Chipset
  • Intel H270 Chipset
  • Intel H310 Chipset
  • Intel H370 Chipset
  • Intel Q150 Chipset
  • Intel Q170 Chipset
  • Intel Q250 Chipset
  • Intel Q270 Chipset
  • Intel Q370 Chipset
  • Intel X299 Chipset
  • Intel Z170 Chipset
  • Intel Z270 Chipset
  • Intel Z370 Chipset
  • Mobile Intel HM170 Chipset
  • Mobile Intel HM175 Chipset
  • Mobile Intel HM370 Chipset
  • Mobile Intel QM170 Chipset
  • Mobile Intel QM175 Chipset
  • Mobile Intel QM370 Chipset
  • Mobile Intel QMS380 Chipset

Even if your Intel chipset isn't listed above, or you're not sure what motherboard you have (or if it's even an Intel motherboard or one with an Intel chipset), the software that we linked to above will help you determine what drivers you need.

Intel Chipset Drivers for Discontinued Motherboards

Intel keeps an older version of their chipset drivers available for a long list of discontinued motherboards:

Download Intel Chipset Software v9.1.2.1008 (2010-09-29)

Support is only available up to Windows 7 for these boards.

If you're looking for an up-to-date resource on newly released drivers, see our Windows 10 Drivers, Windows 8 Drivers, or Windows 7 Drivers pages. We keep those pages updated with information and links to new drivers available from Intel and other major hardware makers.

Having Trouble With These New Intel Chipset Drivers?

If something breaks after installing these chipset drivers, your best first step is to uninstall and then reinstall them. You can do this from the appropriate Control Panel applet.

If reinstalling the Intel chipset driver package doesn't work, try rolling back the driver, also something you can do from Control Panel. See How to Roll Back a Driver for instructions in all versions of Windows.

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Intel® Chipset Software and Drivers

How do I find Intel® Chipset Software information?

If you are looking for Intel® Chipset Software information or chipset drivers:

  1. Go to Intel Download Center.
  2. On its Search Engine, typechipset software and press Enter.
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  3. Select the product you're interested in and look under the Driver section.

Chipset support for Intel® hardware products is available through support sites:

Intel® Chipset Software related links:


NoteIf you purchased a pre-built system or third-party motherboard, contact your manufacturer for the latest updates and technical support information.

Intel® Chipset Device Software Update Through Microsoft Windows* Update Overwrites Existing Device Drivers Causing Loss of Functionality

What's the primary issue?

Intel SMBus Controller device drivers are overwritten with Intel® Chipset Device Software when updated through Microsoft Windows* Update, causing a loss of functionality for affected Intel SMBus Controller devices.1 This loss of functionality applies to Windows* 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server systems.

What are you seeing?

You may experience a loss of functionality for the listed Intel SMBus Controller devices.

The SMBus is used for system management communications. If the device driver for the Intel SMBus Controller is not correctly installed, the temperature reporting, as an example, for the processor, PCH, and memory modules may not function as expected.

Why are you seeing it?

The existing Intel SMBus Controller device drivers are overwritten with the Intel Chipset Device Software, which provides the operating system with information about the device/hardware. This information allows the operating system to display the correct product name for that piece of hardware in Device Manager. The Intel Chipset Device Software does not install device drivers for the Intel SMBus Controller, resulting in a loss of device functionality.

How to fix it

  1. Roll back to the previous Intel SMBus Controller device driver:
    1. Open Device Manager, and then click Start > Control Panel > Device Manager.
    2. Select View > Devices by Type.
    3. Expand System Devices.
    4. Double-click SMBus device.
    5. Select the Driver tab.
    6. Click Roll Back Driver to restore.
    7. Reboot the system.
  2. The SMBus device driver may need to be reinstalled:
    1. Intel® Desktop Boards or Intel® Server Boards: Download and install Intel® Desktop Utilities.
    2. Or contact your computer manufacturer for the SMBus driver appropriate for your system.
  3. Optional: Install the updated Intel Chipset Device Software or Intel Server Chipset Driver from Windows Update:
    1. Open Device Manager, and then click Start > Control Panel > Device Manager.
    2. Select View > Devices by Type.
    3. Expand System Devices.
    4. Double-click the Intel chipset device from the list.
    5. Select the Driver tab.
    6. Click Update Driver.
  4. Optional: Install the updated Intel Chipset Device Software or Intel Server Chipset Driver from Intel Download Center:
    1. On Intel Download Center search for:
      • Intel Chipset Device Software (INF Update Utility) or
      • Intel Server Chipset Driver
    2. Follow the installation instructions.

What are the affected products?

The Intel Platform Controller Hub (PCH) SMBus Controller with the following hardware device IDs is affected:

  • PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1C22
  • PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1D22
  • PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E22
  • PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_8C22
  • PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_8CA2
  • PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_9C22
  • Intel® Chipset Device Software version
  • Intel® Server Chipset Driver version
  • SMBus 2.0 Driver

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