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I have found that my chipset drivers are not fully up to date. When I try to run the update I get an error that states that the version of driver I am using is not updateable and I need to uninstall that version. Only it wont let me uninstall the...

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I have found that my chipset drivers are not fully up to date. When I try to run the update I get an error that states that the version of driver I am using is not updateable and I need to uninstall that version. Only it wont let me uninstall the old driver. Do you have a software package that will uninstall the old driver package? thankyou

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This is the network driver not the chipset driver.
For chipset driver you need the INF Update Utility. You can get it at intel.com in the downloadsection. Depending on your Chipset you need a special version.

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