Sm Bus Controller missing driver.  

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  1. Posts : 26
    Windows 7
       #21

    Thanks Joe. It works on my GA EP45 UD3R.
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  2. Posts : 1
    Huhouse
       #22

    Joe said:
    I also have the XPS420 (intel chipset) and had the same error. I got the driver package and it took a couple of installs and reboots for it to stick. As a convenience, you can download that package here:

    http://uswave.net/windows7/intel-smbus-drivers.zip

    Just extract the files into the folder of your choice, then goto the device manager and update the driver. You have to tell it to manually locate the driver, just put in the drive/folder name where you unzipped the file. Like I mentioned, it took a couple of installs/reboots for the driver to "stick" to the smbus.

    I hope this helps (tip my scales :) )
    Thanks
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  3. Posts : 9
    Windows 7 build 7000
       #23

    thank you for the solution!!
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  4. Posts : 415
    W8 Pro, W7 Ultimate, XP Pro x64, Vista x64, Ubuntu
       #24

    Joe said:
    I also have the XPS420 (intel chipset) and had the same error. I got the driver package and it took a couple of installs and reboots for it to stick. As a convenience, you can download that package here:

    http://uswave.net/windows7/intel-smbus-drivers.zip

    Just extract the files into the folder of your choice, then goto the device manager and update the driver. You have to tell it to manually locate the driver, just put in the drive/folder name where you unzipped the file. Like I mentioned, it took a couple of installs/reboots for the driver to "stick" to the smbus.

    I hope this helps (tip my scales :) )
    I'm curious why not just install the very latest Intel Chipset driver package with the installer utility from Intel? For me, they didn't take a couple tries to stick.
    Tom
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  5. Posts : 249
    Windows 7 x64
       #25

    just installed the latest INF chipset updater drivers from intel (v9.1.0.1012) and it worked perfectly. no compatibility mode required.
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  6. Posts : 9
    Windows 7
       #26

    xan K said:
    just installed the latest INF chipset updater drivers from intel (v9.1.0.1012) and it worked perfectly. no compatibility mode required.
    Strange, I got "this operating system is not supported"
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  7. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 64-bit
       #27

    Joe said:
    I also have the XPS420 (intel chipset) and had the same error. I got the driver package and it took a couple of installs and reboots for it to stick. As a convenience, you can download that package here:

    http://uswave.net/windows7/intel-smbus-drivers.zip

    Just extract the files into the folder of your choice, then goto the device manager and update the driver. You have to tell it to manually locate the driver, just put in the drive/folder name where you unzipped the file. Like I mentioned, it took a couple of installs/reboots for the driver to "stick" to the smbus.

    I hope this helps (tip my scales :) )
    I registered on this forum just to be able to reply and tell you I Love You
    Thanks alot my Friend
    Real usefull :)
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  8. Posts : 4
    Vista/Windows 7
       #28

    This thread got me up and running smoothly
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  9. Posts : 14
    Seven X64 Ultimate 7100 RC1/Vista X64 Ultimate SP1/XP X64 SP2 tri-boot
       #29

    Joe said:

    http://uswave.net/windows7/intel-smbus-drivers.zip

    I hope this helps (tip my scales :) )
    Thank you for this. Advisory to anyone else with similar specs to me, this driver pack has worked in Seven X64 Ultimate Beta, on a Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6 board running a E6850 C2D @ 3.2GHz (8 X 400).
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  10. Posts : 1
    Windows 7
       #30

    Thanks a lot! It helped me too.
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