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HP 250 G6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi, HP has many different drivers, i.e Chipset drivers, there are 58 drivers in Chipset page for 250 G6 laptop.

 

Sometimes it is hard to choose correct drivers, like which is the best driver for i.e i3 6006U model - 1XN32EA if I'm installing 1903 windows? or 2004 which doesn't have yet supported 2004 driver.

 

1XN32EA's CPU is formerly Skylake model, so I must get the driver which says:

    1: Skylake

    2. Windows 10 v1903  

    3. latest version

 

ok, so the right drivers must be this one from the list:

  - Intel Chipset Installation Utility and Driver Sky Lake/Kaby Lake/Braswell/Apollo Lake/Gemini Lake                     (Windows 10 v1903)

there is also other drivers which says 1903 but Broadwell:

- Intel Chipset Installation Utility and Driver - Broadwell (Windows 10 v1709/v1803/v1809/v1903)

 

  but as my CPU is Skylake and not Broadwell I mustn't use this driver right? (as it must be only for Broadwell model)

 

ok, now lets says I'm installing 2004 version Windows, which would be correct way to install drivers correctly, should I take latest corresponding drivers? 

 

In my case latest driver is for 1903, so should I used this for my 2004 Windows?

 

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