My issue was on a Latitude E6440 with Win 7 x64. Sorry for not specifying this in my reply. You're more than welcome to remote to my affected system if you can't recreate.
Thank you for your help Scott,
I will send a friend request with some questions for you, so that we can move forward.
I went back to the laptop that was having the problems, and the drivers are no longer offered. Last time I had tried and received duplicates was Dec 8. As of this morning, it isn't reoffering those drivers, so whatever issue it was having seems to have been resolved.
I still have an issue with the Intel(R) Management Engine Components Installer Driver (58.8MB 12/21/2013) not updating properly using the Dell Command Update Tool. Please see attached image below.
I have exported my system settings as an XML file, I can send it to you if you will find it helpful.
Thanks for the update about the Latitude.
I'll send a friend request. I'll be happy to work with you.
I've spent a few hours in the test lab with an OptiPlex 9020 with Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. Unfortunately, I've been unable to duplicate the issue.
I asked Mikejpark to upgrade to the below:
Once he updated to the above version and ran the scan again, the scan no longer wanted to update the AMT device again.
I ask that you all try this if you're still having the issue and please let us all know your results.
I welcome you all to post back with any further feedback on this topic.
Did work for me for the Intel Management Engine. Well played.
Still it continues to detect and fail to update itself, once again I suspect that it comes from a conflict between 32 and 64 bit versions.
I have a Latitude 5440 and I'm facing the same problem described in this topic.
I already tried unistalling/re-installing Dell Command Update but the "intel management engine components installer driver" is always in the list.
I even tried going to http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/product-support/product/latitude-e5540-laptop/drivers and install from there but it doesn't go away.
How many times will I have to install this?
Same problem with Latitude E6500 laptops. I enter the service code; two recommended updates are found: Intel video driver and Intel chipset Software Installation Utility. I download and install the updates, but the next time I scan for updates, the same two reappear (whether I re-boot or not).
I am trying to run updates on laptops that are freezing up if left idle for a few minutes as updating drivers was one of the first recommendations I was able to find that might fix the problem, so I cannot continue to troubleshoot that problem until my update problem is solved.