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Hp Multimedia Keyboard Driver Windows 10. I have an I5 Ivy-Bridge (B75 chipset) system. Windows 10 is up and running (fresh install) and I've been able to load all but the correct SATA drivers - still using the 'Standard' AHCI SATA driver that windows installed. Asus hasn't released a new Windows 10 SATA driver for their B75 motherboards yet. Hell, they just posted the Intel MEI chipset driver a couple days ago, and I had to get the VIA audio driver directly from the VIA website. I'm wondering if that standard windows SATA driver is going to cause any performance issues. I noticed all the 8-series and newer chipset based motherboard drivers have been updated on the Asus website (and other manufacture websites too), but the 7-series (Ivy Bridge) based motherboards have very few drivers updated.
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Get the latest chipset driver from Intel website. For my X99 chipset it reads: Intel(R) C610 series/X99 chipset 6-Port SATA AHCI Controller - 8D02I downloaded and installed the 'chipset' driver (which are really only inf files) from Asus for my motherboard (P8B75-M/CSM) and the storage controller in device manager still shows only 'Standard AHCI' which is the default windows driver. Did you also install a SATA driver (usually iastor.sys)? After installing the SATA/AHCI driver is when the specific controller type is displayed, in your case Intel(R) C610 series/X99 chipset 6-Port SATA AHCI Controller - 8D02. Asus has yet to release a SATA diver for any of their B75 motherboards, only chipset drivers.