XPS 13 9350 Dell Command Update: Intel 100 series chipset driver 10.1.1.13 / Installation Doesn't Take

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Using Dell Command Update on my XPS 13 9350, the Intel 100 series chipset driver ver. 10.1.1.13 keeps coming up as a recommended update and after installing it, and then checking again for updates, it comes up again as a recommended update, so the installation is not succeeding.  Having said that, it now appears in the update history (in the Command Update app) as having been installed 3 times, so what gives, Dell?

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dc1743
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RE: XPS 13 9350 Dell Command Update: Intel 100 series chipset driver 10.1.1.13 / Installation Doesn't Take

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I have the exact same problem with my XPS13 9350.  All other updates have been installed via Dell Command Update.  I am trying to get the Dell DA200 adapter to work on vga and have read that the latest Intel 100 chipset drivers are needed.  It is not clear whether the the chipset driver is installed or not.

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Cedric H
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RE: XPS 13 9350 Dell Command Update: Intel 100 series chipset driver 10.1.1.13 / Installation Doesn't Take

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Same problem here, latitude  E7440, Win 10 x64, Dell command update x64 and Intel Chipset Driver A04 (10.0.0.18) keeps popping for an install every week!

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LSUFAN51
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RE: XPS 13 9350 Dell Command Update: Intel 100 series chipset driver 10.1.1.13 / Installation Doesn't Take

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Same problem here, latitude  E7440, Win 10 x64, Dell command update x64 and Intel Chipset Driver A04 (10.0.0.18) keeps popping for an install every week!

Please, keep in mind, the chipset driver is only a 'Recommended Update', it isn't a 'Urgent update, therefore you don't have to install it. Forcing the driver could cause your system to crash with a blue/ black screen. I do suggest you disable the notification until Dell list a newer vision.

www.dell.com/.../Enabling-And-Disabling-Alerts

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LSUFAN51
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RE: XPS 13 9350 Dell Command Update: Intel 100 series chipset driver 10.1.1.13 / Installation Doesn't Take

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Or....

Update the Chipset driver in Device Manager. Please type Device Manager onto search box, stroll down to either System Devices or Universal Serial Bus Control (I believe that is where the driver exist ?), and then expand it. Right click on Chipset driver and then update it. You can click on Properties and check the version of the driver. Please watch the Dell video below.

LSUFAN51
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RE: XPS 13 9350 Dell Command Update: Intel 100 series chipset driver 10.1.1.13 / Installation Doesn't Take

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Any update Cedric ?

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