When I've cleanly installed Windows 10 on four different computers with an Intel chipset, the Windows 10 installer never finds or installs the chipset drivers. The only thing Windows 10 does detect and install is the Intel Management Engine, but not the actual chipset drivers.
I've had to manually install the Windows 8.1 versions of the Intel chipset drivers from the computer manufacturer and then manually update these chipset drivers in the Device Manager, which Windows 10 then updates when requested - but Windows Update itself does not, strangely? Surely Windows 10 Update is supposed to install the newer driver versions????
My question is: will Microsoft fix this problem?
Given that chipset drivers have to be installed before all other drivers, I'm surprised this problem still exists five months after Windows 10 has been released.
I don't know if this problem affects other brands of chipsets?