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What Parts need drivers and and what order ro you install them in?

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No specific order, but basically all essential parts need drivers. Except for ram

 

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Motherboard - found on manufactures' website, install all for your board model or for what you will use

GPU - same as above

AHCI for SSD/HDD - Windows takes care of that

 

order doesn't matter

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I don't think that there is a particular oder to install your components drivers in.

The second one is a bit more complicated. I think you need to install Chipset drivers, graphics drivers, audio drivers, wifi drivers, depending on what keyboard/mouse/headset you use you have to install those too. I think that should summ that up.

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Generally, GPU, Network, Audio, and other addon cards need drivers. 99% of the time windows install its own generic drivers for network and audio. You have to install your GPUs drivers. You can install your motherboard manufacturers drivers for audio and network if you want specific things to work that may not on the generic drives, as for order. There isn't.

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1. Chipset

2. Intel RST

3. Intel MEI

4. GPU

5. Audio

6. LAN

7. Everything else (bluetooth, wireless, whatever)

 

You don't necessarily need the Intel RST and MEI drivers, and you will obviously skip them if you have an AMD CPU.

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Chipset, LAN, Audio, GPU. Those are the most common ones. Then for every external piece like mouse and keyboard.

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