Intel Drivers Updates

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  1. Vasudev

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    I see no difference if its DCH or not. BTW, I usually don't upgrade DCH drivers regularly and even I use same old DCH drivers for newer Win 10 version w/o any issues. Otherwise, I usually see your "XXXyyZZ" driver was uninstalled due to "ABCD" incompatibilities found during upgrade process.
     
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    Intel have started throw out out Beta drivers in same way as Nvidia.

    Intel® Graphics - BETA Windows® 10 DCH Drivers Version: 27.20.100.8581 (Latest) Date: 7/29/2020

    Supported OS versions
    • Microsoft Windows® 10-64 - Fall Creators Update (1709)(RS3)
    • Microsoft Windows 10-64 - April 2018 Update (1803)(RS4)
    • Microsoft Windows 10-64 - October 2018 Update (1809)(RS5)
    • Microsoft Windows 10-64 – May 2019 Update (1903)(19H1)
    • Microsoft Windows 10-64 – November 2019 Update (1909)(19H2)
    • Microsoft Windows 10-64 – May 2020 Update (2004)(20H1)
    Release Notes (100.8581_BETA.pdf)
     
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    The main difference is the reliance on digital herpes from Micro$lop Store. The more I can distance myself from their filth the happier I am.
     
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    I doubt it. Most OEMs are switching to MS Store digital downloads. I'm 100% sure my next BGA jokebook will have drivers from Windows update or MS Store.
     
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    What part of my comment do you doubt, bro? It seems like you agree that DCH is geared toward being passed around like a digital STD in a haphazard manner from Micro$lop Store. And, the fact that I am happier when I have absolutely nothing to do with that abortion requires no agreement.
     
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    About reliance of DCH based drivers coupled with MS Store App updates.
    DCH driver is okay but why separate the control panel or GUI to MS Store when it can be shipped within 500MB or more driver packages. That's the only part I hate. Now, you have to browse through MS Store to actually use a hardware.
     
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    Oh, it sounds like we are actually in agreement. DCH drivers (the .sys, .dll and .inf files) aren't really any different than non-DCH in the grand scheme of things, but the de-coupling of supporting software from the driver package and making a product reliant on Micro$lop store to get the Windows 10 UWP app cancer version of the control panel is diabolical. It's part of the evil plan and fits the Redmond Mafia's agenda, therefore it is feces and deserving to be abhorred. The reliance is not necessary, merely fabricated. It is all about control and manipulation. The only pleasure I derive from it is demonstrating that my contempt for their agenda is unlimited and my hatred of their plans is merciless and brutal.
     
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    Anyhow, does anybody has a solution for this problem? My new computer came with DCH drivers and I can't get rid of them. I uninstalled old Nvidia driver with DDU and installer keeps telling me the standard driver is not compatible with Windows and hardware on my system. Its win10, 2004 with rtx2060 Sager. I deleted .inf vendor file and nvlddmkm, still no go. Any other suggestions? Also what's a good Linux distro this days? I think I'm going to set this computer as dual boot into linux as well and start migrating into it.
     
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    If you downloaded the correct non-DCH driver package it should work. Also be sure you set DDU advanced options to disable the feature to automatically install GPU drivers. Be sure you are disconnected from the Internet so Windows cannot find any drivers online.
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    The evil is Microsoft Store. M$ can’t force the hardware manufacturers to put their drivers or control panel on the Store. But I expect Microsoft pay them to help increase the trafic into the Store. *Disgusting* move!
    Try these steps (replace Dell with your brand) http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...-owners-lounge.826831/page-2268#post-11032236

    But read this first if you want try without connecting the web ...
    [Test Build] Do not require Internet connection during signature rebuild

    Read this from the NVCleanstall author... Question: It`s possible for me to go "back" from dch-driver to standard?
    DCH drivers in any form or shape is cancer!!!
     
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