If you are - absolutely - 100% sure that this pre-requisite doesn't apply to you, then you could just make a copy of that vulnerability into a custom vulnerability and edit it -- removing the pre-requisite.
I would advise caution though and double / triple checking your facts here, as installing the binary may fail if its own logic says "hey, I'm looking for this thing I need and can't find it - so therefor, I shall fail".
But yes - you can copy & edit (the copy) of any of our vulnerabilities.
Does that help?
I've been back and forth on this. I know the hardware on all my devices support this installation; that's been confirmed by Intel directly. However, I've had a few side-effects when I installed it manually. Those have since been corrected, but now, when I try deploy the package as a distribution package, I'm seeing the following message: "the storage control blocks were destroyed." So now I have even more digging as to why this "sp69050.exe" is so problematic.
I like your warning about being 100% sure, so until then, I won't try to bypass the dependency. Thank you.