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Thank that's farther than I got and explains why when I moved a drive from Z270 to X299 and installed drivers it wouldn't work anymore

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I seem to have gotten it to work on Win 7 by using an older version of Intel chipset and MEI drivers and disabling Windows updates

I assume it will be the same on Win 10 as I also moved a drive from a Z270 system and it worked until Windows installed some updates

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Same problem on a Apex, W7 & 10, older version of Cat and newest. No internet connection with updates turned off.

Haven't tried coming from another platform yet.

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I got the same kernel issue now as Gunslinger. Worked with my 7700K processor on maximus apex but only after i had talked to Catzilla support. and the answer was update HWinfo and reinstall catzilla.. That was in August.

 

Now I am on Rampage Apex with 7800X and there is no way to get it to work again. Meanwhile I also had a look at the catzilla forum... Seems everyone who try use it has issues and with very little visible response from Catzilla guys. I believe it would be relevant to simply cancel all HWBOT scores for Catzilla. The bencher is not actively updated and is simply too crappy to install.

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It works fine on all my X299 W7 installs if I don't install any of the motherboard drivers, using ASRock X299 OC Formula

 

Drivers like LAN, USB and audio are ok, but not chipset, INF, ME ect;

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If you already installed the INF, just go to Device Manager-System Devices and uninstall everything that contains "Intel X200 series" in the name. Remember to check "Delete this driver", so it doesn't come back after reboot.

Catzilla will start working after that.

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If you already installed the INF, just go to Device Manager-System Devices and uninstall everything that contains "Intel X200 series" in the name. Remember to check "Delete this driver", so it doesn't come back after reboot.

Catzilla will start working after that.

 

Try to use the official Intel Inf driver 10.1.1.42 for x299. By me had it worked.

The driver from MSI Instaldisk has occured the same error at kernelbase.dll.

My Mobo is MSI X299 SLI Plus.

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