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Tseng

Driver integration behavior?

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Hi nuhi,

Not sure if this question has been asked and answered.

How does NTLite driver integration interact with Win10 installation?

Assuming Win10 has built-in driver, but an old version.

Then after integration of a newer version of the driver.

What would happen?

1. Win10 install build-in older driver, then update to newer driver during installation process

2. Win10 just install the newer driver from integration, and ignore the older built-in ones?

Or none of the above?

TIA

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Hi Tseng,

It would be #2 in most cases.
It is never #1.
However sometimes it ignores the new driver, probably when the built-in one is newer. In which case you can remove the built-in one and force the integrated one.

Here is a good guide on driver integration.

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Thanks nuhi.

How about for driver that does not have WHQL, but digitally certified by vendor (eg. Intel)?

Will they install as WHQL ones?

TIA

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Hi Tseng,

there is no difference from updating driver manually with Search within Device Manager.

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