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Digital_Trans
10-26-07, 12:46 AM
Where would I find the latest updated drivers for the new Intel X38 Chipset?
Where is the official link for hardware support on the Intel X38 Chipset?
Will Windows Vista x64 have driver support for it automatically?

andy_nv
10-26-07, 07:17 AM
You mean the Chipset Software Installation Utility doesn't include all products anymore ?

DRen72
10-26-07, 10:31 AM
The web page says X38 is included.

Digital_Trans
10-31-07, 08:06 AM
Strange, Intel doesn't list the X38 together with the other Series 3 products on their website...
I'd try the normal P35 driver: http://support.intel.com/support/chipsets/sb/CS-026488.htm

Yes, these worked perfectly! It shows X38 in the list when installing. Great! thanks for the lead! (nana2)

Digital_Trans
10-31-07, 08:07 AM
The web page says X38 is included.


100% WORKS AND DETECTS MY CHIPSET AND INSTALLS THE DRIVERS! :D

DRen72
10-31-07, 09:07 AM
I've yet to setup my X38 (waiting on QX9650) but I have a question...do these drivers also include a SATA driver?

zerobeta
10-31-07, 11:32 AM
I just wonder the same as the guy who replied before me, once you install the latest chipset drivers, do you need to install anything else in order for the MB features to work? like LAN etc etc? or does this cover it all?

Also, what is the Chipset Software Installation Utility for? do you need it as well after downloading your MB chipset drivers?

Digital_Trans
10-31-07, 01:44 PM
No, the chipset drivers install everything. It doesn't give you an option to choose which devices you want drivers for like the NForce Chipset. So far the motherboard runs stable and better then any nForce chipset to date.

DRen72
10-31-07, 03:36 PM
No, the chipset drivers install everything. It doesn't give you an option to choose which devices you want drivers for like the NForce Chipset. So far the motherboard runs stable and better then any nForce chipset to date.Good news indeed! :)