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Win10 may not like what you put in there (HP, take note, your printer driver management as of late, SUCKS) but put it in and try to make it stick. A summer project of mine at work is to upgrade all our machines to 1903 (hundreds of Win10 machines. The 1903 patch STILL doesn't install because of the Intel RST driver. The reason it's not working for you, or for me, is that the Intel installer is not actually updating the file in c:\windows\system32\drivers like it should.About a third of the way done the project, this happens and the put a hold on machines that have "188.8.131.522 through 184.108.40.2063" of the Intel RST. Just update the RST to something like the recommended driver version 220.127.116.114. It's remaining with the old version and thus hosing the windows update.Check with your software/driver provider for an updated version that runs on this version of Windows" Microsoft has stated that Intel RST driver versions 18.104.22.1684 or later are compatible and will remove the block and allow the Windows 10 1903 to proceed.
This is a given when updating/upgrading OS's of all kinds; you ALWAYS check for updates, hardware, software, drivers, BIOS, firmware, you name it.
Also just in case you need to know my other parts I have a OMEN by HP 880-010 Desktop PC that I have not replace parts on." This is an AMD platform and doesn't have Intel's RST so you have an entirely different issue.
I received this error yesterday when attempting to upgrade to 1903. Acer didn't have an updated driver, so I went to Intel's site and downloaded the version MS recommended (22.214.171.1244) installed it and the 1903 update then proceeded without a hitch.
Takes a while though, but MSFT alerted you when the upgrade was started. If anyone can post a image of the renamed file in the c:\windows\system32\drivers folder, i would appreciate it.
Also, what are the names for the new drivers being installed by the latest version?
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I personally do not know how to force it to change the file, especially as in my father-in-law's case, where Dell has so far refused to update the driver files for his model, and likely won't.