Hello all. The title basically says it. I have seen that the new Intel drivers look like they are offering some very promising improvements for our lovely SP3's. I even started to install the driver from the Intel website from the .exe file but go the message that the driver had not been approved for my system. I have since read that MS adds their own tweaks to the drivers and will usually send out an approved version. Also, you can still successfully install the driver by using the .zip file from the Intel site and manually installing. Although, I am confused from posts saying that once you do this Windows will try to have you revert back to the "approved" driver. So, what's the point? So, my questions are these: Should I assume that MS will eventually incorporate this into a future Windows Update? How long does that usually take? If I install the driver manually, what should I expect as far as Windows updates trying to revert the system back? If we are pretty sure that MS will release these updates in an "approved" driver update soon, then I will probably just wait for that. However, patience isn't always my strongest trait.....and I love to make my SP3 the best she can be.