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Intel Corporation driver update for Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
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This driver was provided by Intel Corporation for support of Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system
It's worked out well for many of us in the past.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)
I have been unable to install this. 80070103 Unknown error
How important is it and would there be any way to hide it if necessary?
Intel Corporation driver update for Intel(R) HD Graphics 4400
Download size: 147.0 MB
You may need to restart your computer for this update to take effect.
Update type: Important
This driver was provided by Intel Corporation for support of Intel(R) HD Graphics 4400
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Go to Intel | Data Center Solutions, IOT, and PC Innovation Click on Support/Download Drivers and finally automatically find drivers. This will require installing a small Intel update utility. Run that and it will list any applicable Intel drivers for your PC.
That is what I do for the Intel CPU/Video drivers for my i7 3770 CPU.
I have tried multiple times to get this update to download and keep getting the same error code. How do I fix this or is it really necessary for my Windows 7 Home Premium?Read other answers
Windows keeps failing to install the Intel driver.
How do I correct this problem?
Hi...I'm running Win7 Home Premium (64-bit), 8Gb RAM, with the chip:
Intel Core i7 2600K @ 3.40GHz
Sandy Bridge 32nm Technology
Graphics is not dedicated and is handled via this Intel chip.
During Windows Updates, MS ones download perfectly.
However, I also get an additional 'optional' update named: 'Intel Corporation - Display - Intel(R) HD Graphics'
This has never succeeded in downloading.
The MS explanation is always the same: possible interruption from my connection to their server...yet never any interruption when I download MS updates at exactly the same time!
After that, I get the usual 'download Mr Fix It' software which proves itself to be utterly useless in helping me find why the download is not succeeding.
I run Avast anti-virus and Zone Alarm firewall...but I can't figure out if they are somehow preventing the download.
I'd appreciate any help on this....
Hi again...forgot to mention: Code Error: 800F0203 is what shows, but may as well be in Klingon...Read other 9 answers
I bought a new laptop now and I am not so well with the technology so if someone would help me I would be very thankful
Intel Corporation driver update for Intel(R) Management Engine Interface
so what do I need to do now?
thnx a lot
I don't understand the question. Are you updating your machine? Do you want to reload it? Would you take a minute it fill out your system specs?
Well! That was a jarring experience! Just got a update via WU for Intel HD Graphics 4600. During install, it went absolutely bonkers on the display. Kaleidoscope wacky! Just let it be for a minute or so to finish install, then power button off/on. Wow!
This one seems to have messed my Windows 10 opening icons (e.g. the cogwheel when opening settings app), they're like pixelated or lower quality. Restart didn't fix it, going to uninstall clean and let it download from scratch via WU again.
Update: Yes, it worked, icons are normal again.
I upgraded to windows 10 and now i would like to upgrade my drivers to hp drivers however there are several that are not do not seem to be available for windows 10 or the listed upgrade versions are not the same product that I have in my ssytem. (example I have a HP ENVY m7-k010dx with Intel HD graphics 4600 but what is shown available to me via the automated hp driver website is a Nvidia driver,) I would like to know if it is still possible to use the windows 8.1 drivers and or firmware updates/bios updates. As I do see a bunch of them that have been updated?
Samei Download the Intel Driver Install it and Reboot Install the Nvidia driverRead other 3 answers
Hi I wanted to play Battlefield 1 on my laptop lenovo g510 but i need to have intel hd driver xx.xx.xx.4380 or later so i started to looking for that. I found that on intel website but I couldn't install that because of customization, so I was looking for more and I found one on lenovo website. I think i installed that but I still have the communicate i need to update that. Can someone help me?My system: windows 8.1 64 bitSorry for my english if something is wrong but im from Poland and i can't speak fluently by english.Read other answers
I have a Acer V3-772G with Intel HD Graphics 4600 . I have the latest OEM drivers from Acer's website. However, they are NOT the latest Intel drivers for the HD 4600. I can't upgrade it any further than Acer's drivers, despite Acer's drivers being out of date. I tried to uninstall the driver and install the latest version of intel website but the same error occurs : the minimum required or system is not supported ...
So we need to assume your OS. I think you have a windows 10. Of course there is a workaround about this and you can follow the suggestion from this topic:http://community.acer.com/t5/V-and-VN-Series-Laptops/Display-driver-stopped-responding-an-has-recove...Read the second post from the topic and follow the instructions mentioned there. Another way would the the solution to this topic posted by jose423. http://community.acer.com/t5/V-and-VN-Series-Laptops/VN7-591G-latest-driver-2016/m-p/433870#M10133Read other 1 answers
After upgrading to Windows 10, the Intel HD Graphics 4600 display adapter has stopped working properly. Attempted to get the updated driver from both Intel AND HP websites to no avail. Have been reading on Microsoft's website that this display adapter is NOT compatible with Windows 10, period and there is no answer to fix the problem??? Computer keeps giving errors 'display adapter has stopped working and has recovered' or something like that, and also several programs stop working properly like our Zune software. Does anyone have any answers? Would replacing the video card with something different fix this issue? HELP!Read other answers
Hi I wanted to play Battlefield 1 on my laptop lenovo g510 but i need to have intel hd driver xx.xx.xx.4380 or later so i started to looking for that. I found that on intel website but I couldn't install that because of customization, so I was looking for more and I found one on lenovo website. I think i installed that but I still have the communicate i need to update that. Can someone help me?My system: windows 8.1 64 bitSorry for my english if something is wrong but im from Poland and i can't speak fluently by english.
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I must add i have 2nd graphic card (radeon r7 m265) and i dont know why battlefield wont start with this card (other games start, for ex. witcher 3 or GTA V)
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First Post. Good Morning, all. For the past 5 days at shutdown I have received update 1 of 1 which is an attempt to update "Intel Corporation driver update for Intel HD Graphics 4600" driver. It has failed each day. I have not noted any problems during the normal daily operation. It is only at shutdown that Update 1 of 1 is attempted. I have not attempted a manual request for a download assuming it will generate the same result. I have not updated to Windows 10 and have turned off attempts to do so. Any suggestions appreciated.
@Photon713?, welcome to the forum. I have had this same problem recently with Win 10. I simply go into Windows Update and remove the update. It will come back sooner or later and install, but in the meantime I am not getting a request to install it. You might give this a try to see what happens. Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.Read other 4 answers
The newest release of this driver is version 18.104.22.168.4300. After installing, my computer restarts and everything is fine. My problem occurs after a couple of days (I think it is caused when I switch power plans or unplug laptop) the power saving technology in the Intel graphics control panel is turned on even though I have the setting disabled. This setting is very annoying because on a white background the brightness is normal, but when on a darker background the brightness gradually decreases. Also when looking in Intel graphics control panel it says I have driver version 22.214.171.12400. Even though I have installed the newest update.
Side note I have the windows power option turned off for adaptive brightness
Right-click on the desktop and select Graphics properties (this is the Intel Control Panel). See if you can adjust the brightness from there and turn off any power option.Read other 3 answers
I have a XPS 15 9530, with a fresh install of windows 10 and the latest drivers from dell support site.
I'm having a lot of problems with the Intel HD Graphics 4600 card, lot of driver crashes.
As soon I start Visual Studio, or Spotify or other app the driver crash notification appears:
In the eventviewer the following error appears: Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered. (EvenID 4101)
I tried to remove the device from the Device Manager incl. the drivers and install them again, but the problem is not solved.
Link to the Beta drivers:
serial number [Personal Information Removed]product number E8A11UAR#ABA Intel 4600 HD graphics display i have been receving the following error while playing games:"Display driver stopped responding and has recovered - Display driver Intel HD Graphics driver for Windows 8(R) stopped responding and has recovered." though im using windows 10 i went ahead to delete the old windows 8 installation but the problem still persists. i have tried updating the intel hd display driver..but now when i try updating,i get another error message that says"The driver being installed is not validated for this computer"
I'm having the same problem on my HP Envy 17 product #G0U21AV . I've tried using both HP support application and the driver updates from Intel directly- no luck. I hope this gets resolved soon. Oddly enough the HP webpage offers me a NVIDIA driver update and I don't believe my system even has an NVIDIA graphics card, its the built in Intel HD 4600 series. Hope someone from the community or support knows how to fix this.Read other 1 answers
I'm having trouble installing the update for my HD Graphics 4600. Whenever I attempt to install the recommended updatedgraphics driver from HP, I get the error message "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for this software" and exits. I have attempted all of the recommended fixes with no luck. When I go to DEVICE MANAGER>Display adapters>Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600>Right Click>Proprties>Events tab The "Information" field has this message : "Device PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0416&SUBSYS_2290103C&REV_06\3&11583659&1&10 requires further installation." what does this mean and how do I fix it.Read other answers
It shows that the latest version is the one that is installed on my machine 3 years ago. There has to be updates.
You must manually update the driver yourself. 1. Download the appropriate zip file from intel Windows 8.1 driver https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25978/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-7-8-1-15-36-?produ... Windows 10 driver https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26229/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-10-15-40-4th-Gen-?... 2. Manually update the driver. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/graphics-drivers/000005629.htmlRead other 1 answers
When is HP going to update this driver. I cannot install any new drivers because of manufacturer restrictions. If you are going to customize the video chips then you need to provide updates. I paid over $800 for this laptop if you don't provide support it will be the last HP computer I purchase.
Hi: This is a peer to peer forum. HP maintains no official presence here. See David's solution below (2nd link I posted), and perhaps it will work for you too...but do it with the Intel W10 driver which I have posted below. https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26079/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-10-15-40-4th-Gen-?... http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/HP-Envy-vdeo-drivers-are-way-out-of-da... If you want to address your concerns to HP, you may do so at the link below... https://ssl.www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/connect-with-hp.htmlRead other 1 answers
On 11/16/2015 Microsoft automatically installed "upgrade 1511" on my Windows 10 laptop.(This laptop was previously successfully upgraded from Window 8.1 to Windows 10 in August.) After the 1511 upgrade, I began receving the following error while playing Microsoft games:"Display driver stopped responding and has recovered - Display driver Intel HD Graphics driver for Windows 8(R) stopped responding and has recovered." According to Device Manager, the upgrade installed driver 10.18.15.4256 dated 7/15/2015. I did a rollback to 10.18.15.4248 dated 6/29/2015. This did not resolve the problem.I checked HP Support Assistant, and applied sp72370 labeled 10.18.15.4248 Rev C dated 8/5/2015. This did not resolve the problem. I engaged HP Smart Friend service, and they reapplied 10.18.15.4248 via Device Manager search the web for driver. He installed Intel Driver Update Utility 2.2, but newer driver was not installed due to "driver installed by manfacturer (HP). HP Support person recommended restoring back to restore point prior to Microsoft "upgrade 1511". I was not comfortable doing this, as "upgrade" was a significant update from Microsoft using the same process as the intial migration from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. The customer can no longer control timing of updates, and updates are cumulative - no longer able to pick and choose specific updates. For now I have deceided to live with this error condition, a... Read more
I disabled the Intel HD graphics driver, and used the NVIDIA graphics driver to play the game. No problem. Disabling the Intel driver resulted in the fan speed reving at a higher speed intermittently.HP Smart Friend support assured me that the higher fan speed behavior would not result in problems with premature hardware failure down the road. Do you concur? They indicated my choices were to keep the Intel HD graphic driver disabled and use the NVIDIA solely, or live with the problem until HP releases a newer Intel driver - it only affects game playing, all other functions appear to be normal.Read other 10 answers
HP ENVY 15 Notebook 15t-k200 CTO (Energy Star) Product Number: K2T35AV I am restarting this as a new string in the hope that an HP Support Agent may see this and address the issue.At least provide a date when we may anticipate a solution my be made available. Previous post addressing this issue was flagged as SOLVED when none of the solutions offered fixed the issue.An updated Intel HD 4600 Graphics Driver is needed. Intel HD 4600 driver fails, screen goes black and with error message "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered - Display driver Intel HD Graphics driver for Windows 8(R) stopped responding and has recovered." HP Support identified this updated driver for this system but when when attempted to installsp72810.exe 10.18.15.4279I received this error message "The driver being installed is not validated for this computer"Appears this driver may be only for the Intel HD 5500 Graphics as 4600 was not referenced in the install.Current driver is 10.18.15.4256 7/17/2015. Not sure if any of this was related to Microsoft Nov upgrade that was apparently pulled. Changes made to system changed how Update History is listed as list used to show all updates, now only reflecctingone update dated 12/12/15 "Security Update for Internet Explorer Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3119147)" Any hel... Read more
As a follow up to my previous post In reviewing other sites, it appears that the start of this problem for me occurred around the same time that Microsoft did their major upgrade to Windows 10 in the middle of November.To big of a coincidence! Apparently with this new upgrade, all prior updates to Windows 10 were cleared and no longer are listed, to explain my earlier comment regarding update history. For the record, my Windows 10 now reports as Edition: Windows 10 Home Version: 1511 OS Build: 10586.29 System Type: 64-bit operating system, x-64-based processorRead other 7 answers
I have the intel HD graphics 4600 in my hp envy 17 t laptop pc. I'm getting video card crash errors constantly while browsing the web. When I log into hp.com it detects my intel graphics driver is outdated and need to update. The update crashes at the final install stage and the following popup window saying: "The driver being installed is not validated for this computer. Please obtain the appropriate driver from the computer manufacturer." Please HELP! Here my system details:Update available is sp72370.exeModel #: J0G76AARWhat should I do?
Hi, Did you upgrade yoir machine from something to Windows 10 ? You need to install chipset drivers from the following first (the first 2) http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-ENVY-17-Notebook-PC-series/6521474/model/6521475 Reboot then install Intel graphic driver. Regards.Read other 3 answers
Hi. Initially I had problem only with NVidia driver on Windows 10. It didn't work with code 43 message. I tried to reinstall driver several times but without success.After upgrading Windows 10 on 14th of November I faced another problem - driver for integrated graphic chip didn't not work too. Furthermore this driver is not installed even. After try to install it OS didn't not start at all and showed only black screen. I had to enter to safe mode and delete this driver to have working OS, working without all video drivers. Eventually I had to revert upgrade and currently I have only integrated video chip only again. My questions is how to solve problems with drivers. Is it only my personal problem or problem of drivers for my model of Notebook?When I had got Windows 10 upgrade at the beginning of August I thought it was a temporary problem with drivers and it would be fixed. But it does not seem so now after 3 months waiting.
Hi @hdimon?,Thank you for visiting the HP Forums! A great place where you can find solutions for your issues with help from the community!I came across your post about the Notebook, and wanted to assist you! I have looked into your issue about your HP ENVY 17-j152nr Notebook and a code 43 while using NVidia GeForce 840M. You could try. In the Device Manager, click the arrow next to Display Adaptors to expand that categoryRight-click on Graphics and select Update Driver Software if more than 1 Graphics adapter do 1 at a time.Choose the option to Search Automatically for Updated Driver Software.The Notebook should find and automatically install the updated driverAfter the installation is complete, restart your Notebook.Here is a link to your drivers page. There is a listing for the drivers and Windows 10 and you might have to download the drivers and then install the new one.Please let me know how this goes.You can say thanks for trying to help by clicking the Thumbs Up below!.Thanks.Read other 7 answers
Hello. I have a zBook 15 with Windows 10 that had to go back to Windows 8.1 due to problems with the Intel HD Graphics Card 4600 driver. This zBook 15 has both the Intel HD Graphics 4600 and NVIDIA Quadro K2100M. After confirmation that Windows 10 was compatible with my system, I installed it and worked fine for some time until an HP update. The HP update created a problem with the Intel HD Graphics Card 4600 driver.Apparently the Intel HD Graphics Card 4600 driver is no longer compatible with Windows 10.I get the following error while on Windows 10: "display driver stopped responding and has recovered display driver intel hd graphics drivers for windows 8(R) stopped responding and has successfully recovered" When this happens the computer gets really slow.I called Intel and Microsoft and they informed me that HP should be working on an update for the Intel HD 4600. Adding QWORD TdrDelay in the registry makes things worst. Currently I am back to Windows 8.1 and the Intel HD Graphics Card 4600 driver has not shown any errors. I would like to know if there is confirmation on a new driver for the Intel HD Graphics Card 4600 compatible with Windows 10. Thanks.
Your mobile workstation is fully supported with Windows 10 and all drivers are available on the web, ftp, and with HP Softpaq Download Manager (www.hp.com). i would encourage you to install 10 if you want to, or need to, and then run SDM to update all drivers. Repost if you still have problems afterwardsRead other 2 answers
I keep getting the VDR TDR Failure (igdkmd64.sys) error. I open up the Intel Driver Update Utility & it states that it cannot update the driver.Error: A customized computer manufacturer driver is installed on your computer. The Intel Driver Update Utlity is not able to update the driver. Installing a generic Intel driver instead of the customized computer manufacturer driver may cause technical issues. Contact your computer manufacturer for the latest driver for your computer. I have version 126.96.36.19963 of Intel Graphics Driver for Windows 10. How am I to update this driver? This is extremely frustrating. Why would you make a product that is difficult to update? JPaw
This is NOT official HP Customer Support and I, as most other persons on this forum, do not work for HP. This is a peer-to-peer user supported forum for HP products. HP maintains no official presence on this forum and it is unlikely that HP will respond in an official capacity. Any reply from a HP employee represents their own opinion and not that of HP's. It appears you have the latest production release of the Intel Graphics Driver for Windows 10. The only other driver listed on Intel's support website is 188.8.131.5274 which is a BETA version. This BETA driver doesn't appear to address the issue you are having. HP hasn't made it difficult to update the driver. The Intel driver installer is what is telling you it can't install the driver. This is because there is a customized version of the driver on the computer and replacing it with a generic driver may cause issues or loss of functionality of the hardware. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask. Please click the White KUDOS "Thumbs Up" to show your appreciationRead other 1 answers
Hello. My PC uses Intel HD Graphics 4600 for its graphics driver. Here is the link to the latest driver version:
However, when I go on to Device Manager and select 'Update Driver Software' it gives me this driver version:
As you can see, this driver software states that it is for Intel NUC products (which I do not have), but it still gives me it as the 'latest driver software' for my Intel HD Graphics 4600.
Finally, when I run Intel's automatic driver finder and installer, I get this driver:
I am extremely confused with which driver is the latest and best for my PC. Could someone please help me? Thank you in advance.
I would install the latest Driver Version: 184.108.40.206.4300 which supports your Intel HD 4600 (4th generation Intel processor)
Only limitation you need to have windows 10 64 bit version.
Ps. You are sure you have a Intel HD 4600 and not a HD4000, because than you have to install Version: 220.127.116.1176 (Latest)
Any one out there that could possibly help in getting Transport Giant Gold edition (without any other mods installed) to run on my new HP model. HP Pro Book 450 G1.
What amazes me is that an older program called Freight Tycoon runs perfectly, but the TG Gold "stops" at the menu, when it wants to do the "screen resolution check".
I have it running on another pc with Win 7 Home Edition without any problems!
Is it just the diff between Win 7 Pro & Home Edition that will not let the program run?
Any ideas and or suggestions would be highly appreciated.
Thank you & have a great evening
Regards from South Africa
It's probably not the difference between the Home Edition and Pro that's causing the problem. It's likely that the game is finding something in your graphics card that it doesn't like.
Are your video drivers installed and up to date with the most recent version applicable to your PC?
Windows 10 just installed on my laptop.. and it refuses to allow me to open an overlay editor. It complains that it has a problem with my intel HD Graphics 4600 card.
I downloaded the latest new drivers for this card - ones that were made available because of the release of Windows 10 and this installation made no difference. I even uninstalled the existing drivers and than rebooted. No luck.
What have I missed?? Everything else seems to work. I have only had windows 10 on my laptop now for about 2 hours. Not sure what will happen later as time goes on.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Hi ve1drg and welcome to the forum
Please complete your system specs within your profile in full. In particular, where it asks for make and model of device, just saying Lenovo is insufficient.
Is this a Win10 upgrade or a clean install?What method did you use to upgrade?Did you confirm activation of Win10?Please post a screenshot of your device manager.With the exception of you downloading the latest driver for the 4600, have you changed any other drivers from the default Microsoft drivers installed during the upgrade /Win10 clean install?
So I have been having issues with my Intel HD Graphics Driver constantly crashing on my computer. Whenever it crashes it says that it is the Windows 8 driver. My computer runs Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600. Because of this, I want to replace it with the new Intel HD Graphics 18.104.22.16880 from Intel. The problem is that my system won't recognize it. What do I do?
Nao298758 Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!I read your post about Intel Graphics Driver problems and wanted to help. This is the software and drivers page for your PC: http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/readIndex?sp4ts.oid=5405166&swLangOid=8&swEnvOid=4192 If Windows 10 does now show when you open that page, then select it under Operating Systems. The video driver you want to download and install is under Driver-Graphics.Good LuckI am a volunteer and I do not work for, nor do I represent, HP.========================================================================If you feel my suggestions helped you, please click the Thumbs-Up symbol to say thanks!If they helped resolve your issue, please click "Accept As Solution" to help others find similar information.Read other 1 answers
Which of these two is better? I have both of them in my PC. I have heard that the hd graphics does better than the nvidia gt 610. Would it make any difference if I disable the nvidia card and use the intel graphics? Or do both of them work together in sync?
You really, seriously believe that the Intel HD is better than the Nvidia?! Then the joke is on you, my friend. I don't know where you got your info, but it's just flat-out wrong.
Try play a relatively recent game with the Intel HD forcefully set as your primary card (in the Nvidia Control Panel). It may run OK, maybe not. Then forcefully set the Nvidia as your primary card and play the same game again. You'll see how much better it runs. Maybe not great, but it will beat the Intel HD by a mile any day.
Combo Intel HD/Nvidia setups are known as Optimus. The Intel will generally run the primary display when not gaming, but the Nvidia should (but not always) automatically take the reigns when a game or other 3D application is started. But you can forcefully set either the Intel or the Nvidia as the primary display to override this behavior. I will assume you have a laptop rather than a desktop, I also have an Alienware laptop with Optimus. I play games on it all the times, including newer games like Grand Theft Auto V, Fallout 4, etc, they run pretty well for the most part (after some tweaking). But I have forcefully set the Nvidia to run as primary all the time.
I have a Lenovo y50-70 laptop with the i7 processor, nvidea graphics card and intel HD 4600 card. Ever since I installed Windows 10 last fall, I've been getting an error message saying that something along the lines of: there was an error with intel HD graphics 4600 graphics card, but it has recovered. According to the drivers console, I have the most recent version of this card.I've looked into downloading a different version of that driver from intel's site but can't since its not compatible with Lenovo's software. I've seen that there are numerous other users having this very same problem, and yet I have to see anyone, either from Intel or Lenovo, provide a definitive fix to it. Can anyone here give me instructions on what I need to do to resolve this issue. It is very frustrating that this glitch keeps happening, especially considering how big the 2 companies are.Read other answers
The INTEL graphics card keeps crashing and recovering again, sometimes 2-3 times in a row. I've tried reinstalling drivers using both Intel and HP latest versions, but nothing changed so far. Below are my specs: OS Name Microsoft Windows 10 HomeVersion 10.0.10586 Build 10586Other OS Description Not AvailableOS Manufacturer Microsoft CorporationSystem Name GSHPSystem Manufacturer Hewlett-PackardSystem Model HP ENVY TS 15 Notebook PCSystem Type x64-based PCSystem SKU E3S08UA#ABLProcessor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4700MQ CPU @ 2.40GHz, 2401 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 8 Logical Processor(s)BIOS Version/Date Insyde F.65, 20/11/2014SMBIOS Version 2.7Embedded Controller Version 147.82BIOS Mode UEFIBaseBoard Manufacturer Hewlett-PackardBaseBoard Model Not AvailableBaseBoard Name Base BoardPlatform Role MobileSecure Boot State OnPCR7 Configuration Binding Not PossibleWindows Directory C:\WINDOWSSystem Directory C:\WINDOWS\system32Boot Device \Device\HarddiskVolume2Locale CanadaHardware Abstraction Layer Version = "10.0.10586.0"Username GSHP\GeorgeTime Zone Eastern Summer TimeInstalled Physical Memory (RAM) 16.0 GBTotal Physical Memory 15.9 GBAvailable Physical Memory 11.5 GBTotal Virtual Memory 18.3 GBAvailable Virtual Memory 13.8 GBPage File Space 2.38 GBPage File C:\pagefile.sysHyper-V - VM Monitor Mode Extensions YesHyper-V - Second Level Address Translation Extensions YesHyper-V - Virtualisation Enabled in Firmware NoHyper-V - Data Execution Protection Yes and also my gra... Read moreRead other answers
Well..... I am buying a new computer and I am very excited but I have a little big problem.I dont like the computer's graphic card.I want to upgrade from a Intel HD Graphics 4600 to a XFX- AMD Radeon RX 460 4 GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Twin Fan but I dont know if that graphics card is compatible with the PC. I am gonna let the PC specs over here so somebody can answer my question.PRODUCT NAME: Pavilion 23-Q104LAOPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 10 (64-bit)PROCESSOR: Intel Core i7-4785T,Quad CoreHDD:1 TB 5400 RPMGRAPHIC CARD:Intel HD Graphics 4600RAM:8 GB If you think you can help me but need another spec please tell me.Thank you!Read other answers
I have tried to resolve the issue myself for few days. Without luck. So I am seeking for help here.
I am running Windows 7 Ultimate x64. I can do every single Windows Update without issues, unfortunately in last 3-4 days, I am being offered with Windows Update for Intel HD Graphics 4600, which always fails to install.
I have downloaded original driver from my laptop manufactures website (MSI) and tried to install update after installing the original one - it did not work. I have also tried driver directly from INTEL's website - no joy as well.
Any idea what is going wrong?
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
Laptop: MSI GE62 2QF Apache Pro
I wouldn't actually use windows DRIVERs updates for an MSI board, see screenshot to turn OFF.
The CBS logs dont give any indication why it failed.
If your current version is working i woudn't worry to much. Although if you want to investigate further can you look in the
setupapi_dev.log, for any access denied errors:
post any error messages
I recently built an Intel Core i5-4690K w/ Asus Z97-A Motherboard. It has built in Intel HD Graphics 4600.
The motherboard has HDMI/DVI-D/S-VGA & Display Port.
I am using a Insignia NS-28E200NA14 28" 720P TV as a monitor.
It has HDMI and VGA inputs.
I use to just run VGA, but with my new computer I am doing a dual boot Windows 7 / OSX system.
OSX does not support VGA only DVI and HDMI...
Soo, fast forward to my problem, I am using HDMI which works fine, except that every time my computer goes into power save (sleep) mode, instead of the tv/monitor also going into sleep mode as it did with VGA, it just says No signal then after a few minutes of no signal, it turns it self completely off...
The problem with this is that every time I want to wake the computer up, I also have to turn the TV/Monitor back on as it has shut itself off completely instead of just "Power save" mode..
The motherboard's DVI port is a DVI-D port, so I can't simply just use a DVI-I - VGA adaptor...
Is there any kind of solution for me? I've got to use either the HDMI, DVI-D or Display Port as those are the only ones that are supported both by Windows and OSX.
Hello Chad mate try these for starters
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/433-disk-check.html< if necessary include the /f and /r in the command line as per Option2
I am thinking of upgrading my monitor to a 4k monitor (dell P2715Q or BenQ BU2711U) and currently have an intel (r) HD graphics 4600 display adapter. I mainly use the system to do Lightroom and PhotoShop editing and will be using just a single monitor. I have the lastest display drivers installed (10.18.15.4271). Nor gaming or Video editing) If I get a 4K monitor will my current graphics card work so I can get full capibilities from the new monitor ? Thanks for your help JimRead other answers
One of my programs has been crashing recently and, after contacting the support team of the program, it seems like the issue is caused by my Intel graphics driver being out of date. Since HP does not update the driver automatically, support suggested downloading the most recent driver from https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25978/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-7-8-1-15-36- . However, the installer wizard throws the notification that this driver is not installed for my machine. Is it safe to install the driver anyway, through the steps listed at the page mentioned above? If not, is there another procedure to update my driver to the latest version?
Does your notebook not have the NVIDIA GeForce 840M video solution installed? Have you tried using that as the default graphics solution for the program that is crashing? I suggest downloading and installing the Intel driver from the following web page at Intel. Use the second driver from the top.http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/graphics-drivers/graphics-for-4th-generation-intel-pr...Read other 1 answers
My Acer V5 471T is running with 22.214.171.12444 Can I work around "a customised computer manufacturer driver is installed... update utility is not able to update..." Having issues in Guild Wars 1 with how players/characters are displayed on screen. No such issues in Guild Wars 2. Will a driver update solve this problem or is it something else? Other than a Chipset update, no other updates have been done. Running Windows 10.0.14393 Thanks.
Hi,Go to start and type winver, check whether your windows version shows 14393.576, if it shows 321, 447 or any previous versions, update to latest version in Windows Update.Read other 4 answers
I had installed an insider preview build of windows 10 a while back and it wiped the 1920x1080p display option. I rolled back my OS and the driver, but the option did not return. Since then I have performed a clean install of windows 10 and the display option did not return. I have tried a couple times to solve the issue, but now I finally have the time to formally address this and hopefully find a fix. It's not a big issue, but it pisses me off every time I think of it. Any suggestions to fix this?Read other answers
Sorry this isn't exactly about graphics cards.
I can't seem to increase my dedicated video memory for integrated Intel HD Graphics 4600, even though I have put it up to 1024MB (1GB) in my BIOS. My Total Available Graphics Memory is 7786MB, and my Shared System Memory is 7658MB. However, no matter how much I change it in the BIOS, my Dedicated Video Memory (DVM) is always stuck at 128M. Is this a integrated graphics thing or am I doing something wrong?
Thanks in advance for your help.
It uses more ram when it needs it, no need to have it dedicated .
"Since there is no performance advantage to "reserve" a lot of system memory for graphics at boot and thus making it unusable for common applications such as Excel, Photoshop, etc., Microsoft requires that Intel graphics dynamically allocates memory system only when needed - without holding a bunch of memory as "dedicated". What Windows is calling dedicated 32MB is actually only a small amount of system memory to graphics drivers reserves at the start of internal bookkeeping"
Hello everyone. Now I would recreate a topic as I do not receive any answers in the firs tone.I have a Lenovo y 70 70 T with Win 10 home x 64.I have this system since Early august.After the last big windows update( November update to build 10586.11) i started to have this error:
Intel hd 4600 Graphics driver has stopped responidng and succesfully recovered. I get this while playing games/watching videos/making videos. The screen freezes for a couple of secs. Make me sick.I wasted 3 days of my life trying to solve this by installing the suggested driver from Lenovo website and the latest from intel.All this dud not help. I also wasted around 6 hours with Windws 10 support on the phone and they made me perform repair system- nothing changed.This is 100% driver issue. Now the sad part. My laptop is on warranty and kinda expensive, especially for me and I get literally 0 support from Lenovo. Not only have not they made a normal driver( for this build of windows), but also post cheesy links to old drivers.WHen I call them they tell me(we don't have needed spare parts we are sorry), even though it is clear that the issue is with software and the product is on warranty so even if it was something with hardware, they must provide it for me.I am really sick and angry that manufacturer does not even try to make its products work even if they cost load of money. I still have a very little hope that we will see a normal customized driver from Lenovo for Intel VGA th... Read more
I'm having the same problem, but it seems like the Lenovo peeps are not even responding to the previous comments. I just got this same expensive laptop and I might as well just return it for refund. I don't have the patience to wait for responses or be on hold for hours and hours on end with no solution. This is my first Lenovo and I am very disappointed. Will someone PLEASE FINALLY come up with a solution to this issue?Read other 9 answers
Hi everyone, I have a Lenovo Y50-70 (Y50-70 Laptop (Lenovo) - Type 80DT) touch with intel HD graphics 4600. It has only one HDMI port support. Can I connect two monitors with DVI inputs to my laptop (extended screen not duplicate)?
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I have an Acer Aspire 5745 and it has Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit. I have Intel HD Graphics version 126.96.36.1994. I decided to upload it so I searched my laptop on Acer's site but they offer drivers for 64bit only so I downloaded drivers for another Acer model laptop (it uses the same drivers as my model does). I tried to install it but it says "The driver being installed is not validated for this computer. Please obtain the appropriate driver from the computer manufacturer".
So I decided to update my driver through device manager and I asked it to update from the folder where I had extracted the driver downloaded from Acer's site. But it says that your driver is up-to-date (it surely isn't).
Please help me, I need to update this driver for smooth gameplay.....
Have you tried the 64 bit version that Acer says is for your specific model? Many times drivers are for both 32 and 64 bit OS. You can also try the Intel site for your Intel chipset.
Proper game play isn't just the video driver. The PC must meet (usually exceed) all the other requirements of the game.
I am getting many computer restarts with the warning: "Video Scheduling Error." I decided to update the video driver and tried twice, but cannot. The current graphics is an On Board, Intel HD Graphics 530, with a driver version 188.8.131.5226 with a date of 11/18/2015. At the HP site, I can download the driver with a newer date. But when I try to install it, says that the "Computer does not meet minimum requirements" and just stops and leaves me hanging ... twice. The driver 184.108.40.20674 with date of Jul 15, 2016 on page http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-envy-750-100-desktop-pc-series/8499646/model/8819... .... is the one that does not load since it says my computer oddly does not meet minimum requirements. Computer: HP Envy 150-124Product: NOA87AA#ABAGraphics: On Board, Intel HD Graphics 530Microprocessor: Itel Core i7-6700 CPU 3.40 Ghz 3.41 GhzRAM: 16 GBOp System: Windows 10 Home 1511 , 64 bit x64 based proc Any help would be appreciated. ThanksRead other answers
When I attempt to have windows or intel install the upgraded driver for the onboard intel 4600 graphics, the machine returns an error - hardware not compatible (or words to that effect) - anyone familiar/have a work around?Machine runs normally most of the time, but regularly get BSOD error - bad_pool_caller, which I suspect is related to the outdated driver not playing nice with windows . . . Gateway desktop DX4885, 16 gb ddr3 ram, everything else stock
I don't know what OS you are using. Download the appropriate zip (not the exe) and extract it......and then use the "have disk" method to update the HD4600 graphics driver. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/graphics-drivers/intel-hd-graphics-4600-for-4th-gener... The links below are just examples of how you use the "have disk" method and are for example purposes only........but should give you the general idea. http://www.windowscentral.com/how-install-intel-beta-graphics-drivers-surface http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/9695-driver-install-device-manager-windows-8-a.html Edit: Make sure you have your files backed up and have a USB factory default recovery drive in case something goes haywire. http://acer.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/29934/related/1/session/L2F2LzEvdGltZS8xNDY0MDQyNjk...Read other 1 answers