MSI GT75 TITAN Drivers (8th gen)

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  1. ryzeki

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    Thanks for the confirmation Papusan, and Ultra Male. Basically no need to install on a working OS that doesn't need or isn't missing drivers, and the chipset drivers are backward compatible. I wonder what restrictions exist for those, because I have run into particular cases on workstations, where I needed to hunt specific versions that otherwise wouldn't work. These are very weird cases though, with older equipment in power plants.
     
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    That's wrong, the -override command does that not the -overall command.

    If you install the Intel Chipset Drivers on top of already present drivers, even if you are installing a newer version, the installer will just end immediately as if it did nothing but if you run the -overall command you see it installing drivers just like it would on a clean install.
     
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    Software found 10 old drivers. Is it safe to delete them or to leave them? I mean could they cause any harm?
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  6. Papusan

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    Can't give better advice
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    Remember backup. Then delete old drivers.

    People install drivers in east and west and in the end everything being cluttered up.
     
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    Thank you all guys for help! Really appreciated it!
     
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    Well I like to install them because OCD.... you see, if I were to right click for example on C240 Series Chipset Family LPC Controller (CM246) -A30E on a clean Windows install and check the driver version, it shows me some ancient driver from God knows what year. I like seeing the driver which is actually meant to be from my laptop's manufacturer. Example:

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    @Ivan994

    My advice to you is listen to Ultra Male and ignore Mr. Fernando from Win-RAID forum. [​IMG]

    This is @Papusan right now:

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