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Switchable graphics with Intel HD 3000 and Radeon HD 7610M

Q: Switchable graphics with Intel HD 3000 and Radeon HD 7610M

Alright so I've got a serious problem here, my manufacturer which is ASUS in my case will NOT be supporting this graphcis card or the computer itself so I'm left out in the dark.
I have tried with everything and I came to the conclusion that modded drivers works the best which still is pretty bad(switchable Graphics profiles are not saved - Adding Photoshop for example today results that in a week it will be wiped out and the performance will be zero)

The generic AMD drivers does not work, the HP drivers works 50-50, I can Control Everything with switchable Graphics
except for the manual program adding and the modded leshcat drivers are not of my liking.

Considering the fact that AMD supports ENDURO on the whole Radeon HD 7000M series I would expect it to work on the generic drivers.

So if anyone got anything that could help my situation I would gladly hear you out.

I'm thinking that using the modded drivers will be my last desperate move.

P.S. I'm also not using the newest Intel Drivers as they are reported to cause problems

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Preferred Solution: Switchable graphics with Intel HD 3000 and Radeon HD 7610M

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.)

A: Switchable graphics with Intel HD 3000 and Radeon HD 7610M

Sorry for bumping but is there anyone that can help with this?

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I have the same problem when i was on windows 7 i can see in my display adapter that its AMD i upgraded to windows 10
 
its say Intel HD Graphics  http://imgur.com/Ay2df9X 
 
and i tried to see the amd control panel i suddenly found the it is disabled ...  and no display connected to it  http://imgur.com/a/jB6CU 
 
Please help me this laptop is new and im so scared something happened to the AMD card 

A:AMD Radeon HD/Intel switchable graphics

Marko91 HP laptops, especially the older Win7 machines, often came with two different graphics chips -- and Intel and then, either an AMD or Nvidia.  This was known as Switchable Graphics or Hybrid Graphics.  You ran using the Intel chip most of the time, but when you needed extra graphics power, like in Gaming, the PC automatically switched over to using the AMD or Nvidia graphics chip.Problem is, this requires special graphics drivers to work, and while those came preinstalled on the Win7 laptops, those drivers simply do not exist for Win10.  Those drivers are not available from Intel, AMD, or Nvidia.  A way to tell if your PC has two different graphics chips is to look in Device Manager under Display Adapters.  If there are two different adapters listed, one Intel and one AMD/Nividia, then you have this problem -- and if you force an upgrade to Win10, you will have serious graphics problems and your machine will not work. Please follow these directions to find the detailed product number for your laptop:  Finding Your HP Product Model Number | HP® Customer Support With that information, I can see if there are HP Win10 vide drivers for your laptop. We can proceed once you provide the information.Thanks

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hello since i upgraded to window 10  I cannot use my AMD Radeon hd card,and on catalyst i dont have the choice anymore to switche from one card to the other, what can i do , basically my computer run only on intel HD Graphics card, no no open gl ,no games anymore.......thank you I have an hp dv7HP Pavilion dv7-6b00 serie











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flcph2015 Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the situation is that you should not have done the Win10 Upgrade.  Their Upgrade tool does a really poor job of detecting switchable graphics prior to the updrade, and as a result, folks like you end up with machines that are no longer fully functional.  Same thing happened to me. With switchable graphics, the only working drivers come from the OEMs that make the machines, because the hardware is customized, so to have to be the drivers.  MS does not supply these drivers, nor do the video card makers. So, without HP Win10 drivers for your PC, you're stuck with only two outcomes:1) Keep Win10 and struggle with the graphics problem2) Return your PC to the original OS. I chose the second because I prefer a PC with an older OS where everything worked, to a PC with a new OS, where some things do not work.

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Hi, I just bought this HP Slimline Desktop - 450-120d and tried using it with some games and some of them give me an error "Unrecognized video card." I tried switching them to high performance in the amd control center but still the same error.  What can I do to fix this?

A:switchable graphics not working (radeon r5 330 and intel hd ...

Your PC is a desktop, not a notebook. Desktop PCs do not have switchable graphics. That is a high-end notebook feature. The Omen 15 has it. When a video card is installed, the Intel HD graphics is disabled and the video you have is proviided by the video card only. Which specific games did you try to run? There is a website called Can I run it? that willl give you a report on the hardware in your PC and specific gameshttp://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri If your PC won't run specific games it could be because of the entry level graphics and Intel CPU that is installed in the motherboard. Your desktop PC is not meant for gaming. It is an entry level productivity desktop PC.

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Hi, my laptop is overheating and wasting power because it is always running my ATI Radeon mobility graphics card. I have switchable graphics, and I want the computer to ALWAYS start up using Intel HD graphics.

I cannot find ANY settings to make Intel HD the default graphics card.

I have tried uninstalling ATI radeon graphics card. It always reinstalls AND SWITCHES to it on startup.

How can I make Intel HD the primary graphics card(PREFERRED), or completely remove ATI radeon so it never reinstalls the drivers after I have uninstalled it?

Thanks

A:Disable ATI radeon switchable graphics or use Intel HD by default

There would be an option in your BIOS to disable/enable onboard graphic chip. Also look for something along the lines 'Init Display first' (though these differ bios to bios) and select 'Onboard' or similar equivalent option.

You can also disable your radeon card through Device manager. Open Start menu, type 'Device Manager' and select it from the list displayed. Look for the card>right click>disable.

If unsure, post a screenshot and we'll work you out through the steps.

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I just reformatted a Samsung laptop and am trying to get it all loaded and patched back up again. The laptop has a AMD Radeon HD 7400M graphics adapter. So after getting it up and running (at a low resolution obviously), I downloaded and installed the latest AMD graphics driver w/ the Catalyst Control Center thingy. Now the display is at the native 1600x900, but Device Manager shows both the AMD graphics adapter and Intel HD Graphics 3000 adapter.

Why are there two listed? I tried removing the Intel adapter earlier and the display went all wonky back to the previous 1024x768 resolution.

I'm the type of computer user who likes to get rid of stuff that's not needed. So are both graphics adapters really needed?

A:Why do I need Intel HD 3000 graphics with AMD Radeon HD?

The two graphics systems are needed to support the hybrid system used on many of today's laptops, the Intel is used for general low graphics intensive applications and the AMD is used for certain higher requirements such as games. The purpose of the dual system is to conserve power when possible and only use the power for the HQ graphics when it is actually needed

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Hello,
I hope everybody can help this.
This morning, i upgraded my Intel HD Graphics 3000 because some programs force me to update it. But, I don't know why, after restaring my laptop, I see that the graphics has changed from Radeon to HD Graphics. You know, HD Graphics is only have 64 MBs of its RAM. Different far away from my Radeon that has 1024 MBs of RAM.

And when I try to playing some games, it says, "Your Graphics card doesn't meet the system requirement". It is very sucks. And then, checking the Device Manager it doesn't show my Radeon graphics anymore.

I want to change my graphics back to Radeon, but can't. I've tried every step from the internet and still not work. There is no message something like this in my desktop: "Switchable Graphics Driver". And every start, the Catalyst Control Center says: "Catalyst Control Center is not supported by the driver version of your enabled graphics card. Please update your AMD graphics driver or enable your AMD adapter using Displays Manager.". I have followed this from internet:

Click "Start."
Click "Control Panel."
Click "Display."
Click "Change Display Settings."
Click "Advanced Settings."
Click the "Adapter" tab. Select the ATI adapter from the list on screen. Click "Properties."
Click the "Driver" tab.
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A:Updating Intel HD Graphics 3000 Makes the Radeon Gone

Anyone could help, please...?

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Hello,
I bought a HP Elite 8460p notebook, and it comes with Intel HD Graphics 3000 and a dedicated AMD Radeon HD 6470M.
It came preinstalled with Windows 7. And I quickly removed it and installed Windows 8.1 pro from scratch, I formed that hard drive, but not the recovery drive.
After I installed with 8.1 I noticed that the dedicated graphics card was not installed and the drivers aren't there. I tried Snappy Driver Installer, I tried the driver from HP for it. I've even tried suggested route from hp's forum, AMD Radeon HD 6470m Driver for Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit -"Hp ... - HP Support Forum - 3073197

But I am unable to find those two drivers with those versions anywhere listed on the HP forum where some users state that that technique/solution does work.
I'm not sure what todo, I really don't want to go to Windows 7. As I have purchased Windows 8.1 Professional.
I've ran speccy, and it does not show a second graphics card. I see no options anywhere on this computer for switchable graphics, and I do not see anything in device manager installed or missing.

Can someone please help me out?

A:HP 8460p Intel HD Graphics 3000, Radeon 6470M not working.

The link is to the HP Support page with Win8.1 drivers for your PC. I would install the Chipset drivers (because they probably include the Intel video drivers, as well) and the AMD video drivers: Drivers & Software for HP EliteBook 8460p Notebook PC - HP Support Center.

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Hi there.My issue is related to my switchable graphics option. I have an Intel hd 3000 and an AMD radeon (I'm not sure of the exact model as I can't search for it as my machine is currently stuck in a system restore loop so I'm having ti use my phone right now).There is one game I use regularly which, for some reason or another, is incompatible with my Intel graphics chip so I had previously used the right click on my desktop menu where I would select switchable graphics, and then manually allocate that particular game to my AMD chip rather than my Intel one.When the game updated yesterday, it reverted back to my Intel chip for some reason and when I right clicked on my desktop, the option to change it had disappeared. I looked on this forum for an answer to my issue and came upon this answer: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/Switchable-Graphics-Options-Missing/td...Which appeared to fit my problem exactly. However, when I did as the instructions told me to and uninstalled both of my graphics devices and their drivers, and then rebooted, followed by installing the file linked to in the answer and rebooting again, this resulted in my Intel 3000 disappearing entirely from my device manager list, and my AMD chip being stopped by windows as it has reported an error.I tried reinstalling the previous driver linked to the AMD chip, but that did nothing at all. So I attempted to do a system restore (as I had created a system restore point before attemptin... Read more

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Hi guys i need help.

I have an Acer Aspire E1-572G (Windows 8.1 64-bit OS) with Intel HD Graphics 4400 and AMD Radeon HD 8670M. When i run games however, my laptop uses Intel card instead of my AMD card.

Things i've tried:
Setting application to High Performance in Switchable GraphicsReinstalling AMD/Intel Drivers from both AMD/Intel sites and Acer sites (Used a proper uninstaller to remove all files)Disabling my Intel Graphic Card results in my laptop using Microsoft Basic Rendering DriverUninstalling my Intel Graphic Card also results in using Microsoft Basic Rendering DriverUsing CPU-Z shows AMD Radeon HD 8670M but most information are missing (unknown or 0) unlike Intel Graphics which displays everything. Upon clicking sensor, all my temperatures are set to 0 (which means it's not in use)Using dxdiag shows my Intel Graphics as default driver, not AMD.

I've tried everything i could possibly do so i'm seeking help from experts here. I've seen articles which stated that Windows 8.1 are buggy with Switchable Graphics and may cause problems like these. Is that true?

A:Switchable graphics doesn't use my AMD Radeon HD 8670M

For dual mismatched GPU's like Intel/AMD I recommend using the laptop manufacturers drivers, over doing two separate driver installs. The laptop manufacturers driver is custom tailored for your dual switchable graphics. Which driver are you using now? I haven't had any issues in Windows 8.1 as far as my switchable graphics goes. Mine are AMD/AMD though so I can use a driver right from AMD's web site. I get all kinds of ccc has stopped working messages in Windows 10 though.

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hello  ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 512MB, and an integrated ATI Mobility Radeon HD4250FROM I only see that ATI Mobility Radeon HD4250 has 4200 sees the other has a standard vga. recovery after restoration, blue screen of death occurs after some time it works well, if only the hd4250 driver is above the other standard VGA 











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A:ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 Graphics (switchable)

Hi,Notebook model and product number? what operating system? 32 / 64 bit?

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I plan to try to install Windows 10 on my HD42xx/HD5470 based HP laptop.
Does anybody have any experience with that yet?

A:ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 Graphics (switchable)

Evgeniy64 That's probably NOT going to work because the ONLY drivers that will work on PCs with Switchable Graphics are those provided by the OEM -- in this case, HP.  If HP does not have Win10 drivers for your model PC, the Upgrade will be a disaster. If you can, please follow the directions in this link to find the detailed product number of your PC: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03754824?jumpid=reg_r1002_usen_c-001_title_r0001If that is not possible, then look for a sticker on the PC that includes the product number and post that here.  If the battery is removable, the sticker is likely to be in the battery compartment. With this information, I can check to see if there are HP Win10 drivers for your PC. We can proceed once you provide the information.Thanks

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So I just purchased this new Acer laptop.
It has a Radeon HD 6650M, and an i7-2360QM with HD Graphics 3000. The Graphics processor within the i7 is the primary VGA and I cant get the computer to utilize the Radeon. Its supposed to be switchable with the catalyst drivers to run off the i7 for increased battery life, and the Radeon when pluged into an outlet. I've downloaded the Drivers off of asus' website and that did nothing. And when I open The Catalyst Control Center, it gives me the option to use "High Performance Graphics" this of course does nothing. The computer still runs off of the i7.

I contacted Asus technical support via online chat, and they had no idea what they were talking about, sying something along the lines of "You need to take out your new AMD card and put in another and see if that works." I told them several times that I had a laptop and no option of switching graphics cards. so I'm hoping someone here can at least guide me in the right direction.

Since I still might RMA this laptop, I don't want to do anything too crazy to get access to the Radeon. But I will accept crap battery life if that means I get to at least use the Radeon.
The Catalyst Driver version is 8.813.1.0

A:Acer Laptop: Switchable Graphics using i7 & AMD Radeon

First, I suggest that you restore your original driver setup from when you first got this laptop while you perform tests of this new graphics system. In recent years the graphics drivers for both video chips had to be installed together as a package, and installing the stand-alone driver for the AMD or nVidia chip screwed things up for some folks.

That said, please be aware that I just started reading about these new graphics chips this week. I am hardly up to speed and certainly no expert.

But it is my impression, based upon this article here (nVidia Optimus, I know - but AMD and nVidia tend to mirror each other in technology):
Nvidia Unveils Optimus Switchable Graphics Technology | PCWorld
it sounds to me like the more powerful graphics chip does not "kick in" until you are actually doing something that requires more graphics power.

Here is the AMD article:
AMD Switchable Graphics Technology
While it is not clear, it could be assumed that they are doing the same thing.

Not having complete control over my computers settings would drive me right out of my mind! If these new graphics chips only run on automatic that is a real negative for me.

Let's see if others with more experience with these chips will chime in. I think this thread would be better in the Graphics Cards section for best exposure to the people who might know. I'll see what I can do about that.

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Around 3-4 years ago i got a HP Pavilion dv6-6c80la, with an intel core i7-2670 QM, Intel/AMD Switchable Graphics and windows 7 (64-bit), 1 year later, i accidentally dropped the laptop, and the HDD Broke, i had to get a new one, and reinstall windows 7. After i installed windows and all the drivers, my problems started; i would get extremely long boot times, after the windows logo, a black screen would show up, no messages, nothing, and after around 7-10 minutes, it would finally boot. Once it booted, windows would be quite slow for around 5 minutes after it booted, and then it would normalize. I would get blue screens while playing, messages saying the driver had stopped working, etc. Then i decided to update to windows 8, to see if that would fix the problem, but i was still getting it, i decided to format my HDD again and do a clean instalation of windows 8.1, Still the same issue Last year, i upgraded my HDD, again, and did a clean instalation of windows 10, but that didn't fix the problem, i always downloaded the drivers from the HP Driver page, so i decided looking up the hardware ID for the graphics card on google, and it turns out that when i look it up on google, it says it's an AMD Radeon 7690M XT, but when i check the driver i downloaded from the HP Page, it says it's a AMD 6700M Series graphics card. After i installed windows 10 and the AMD 6700m Graphics card driver that i downloaded from the hp page, boot times would go up again, around 10 minute... Read more

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Around 3-4 years ago i got a HP Pavilion dv6-6c80la, with an intel core i7-2670 QM, Intel/AMD Switchable Graphics and windows 7 (64-bit), 1 year later, i accidentally dropped the laptop, and the HDD Broke, i had to get a new one, and reinstall windows 7. After i installed windows and all the drivers, my problems started; i would get extremely long boot times, after the windows logo, a black screen would show up, no messages, nothing, and after around 7-10 minutes, it would finally boot. Once it booted, windows would be quite slow for around 5 minutes after it booted, and then it would normalize. I would get blue screens while playing, messages saying the driver had stopped working, etc. Then i decided to update to windows 8, to see if that would fix the problem, but i was still getting it, i decided to format my HDD again and do a clean instalation of windows 8.1, Still the same issue Last year, i upgraded my HDD, again, and did a clean instalation of windows 10, but that didn't fix the problem, i always downloaded the drivers from the HP Driver page, so i decided looking up the hardware ID for the graphics card on google, and it turns out that when i look it up on google, it says it's an AMD Radeon 7690M XT, but when i check the driver i downloaded from the HP Page, it says it's a AMD 6700M Series graphics card. After i installed windows 10 and the AMD 6700m Graphics card driver that i downloaded from the hp page, boot times would go up again, around 10 minute... Read more

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Hi to all dear members

I have read this topic : (all of 29 pages ! )

Acer Laptop: Switchable Graphics using i7 & AMD Radeon

I have the same problem too

But my laptop is dell - inspiron 5520

My system specification is :

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CPU :
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3612QM CPU @ 2.10GHz --- Ivy Bridge

RAM :
8.00 GB Dual-Channel DDR3

Graphics :
AMD Radeon HD 7670M
Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000

BIOS :
Brand Dell Inc.
Version A07
Date 05/17/2012
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But the big problem is there is no Video Configuration in my bios

and there is no updated bios software in dell site :

Drivers and Downloads | Dell [United States]


From the above topice about aser , I have noticed that the only way to solve the

problem is using the modded bios. if i am wrong , let me know

I searched this site but there is no modded bios available to my laptop

Bios Mods Tools; - [http://www.bios-mods.com/BIOS]

please help me.

thanks alot.

A:Windows 7 - Dell Laptop: Switchable Graphics using i7 & AMD Radeon

From what I can tell from the Dell documentation, you can only use one or the other and if the optional video, such as you have, is installed that is the default.

The Dell BIOS is protected and any attempt to modify the Dell BIOS will most likely cause it to Corrupt. There is no recovery from a corrupted BIOS on a Dell, the ONLY option is to replace the motherboard.

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Hi,
 
I would like to draw your kind attension about this serious problem I'm facing with AMD Mobility Radeon HD7670 driver for windows 8.1
 
I'm using Hp pavilion g6 2305tx which has dual graphics. I bought it 6 months ago and it cost about 60 grand in Bangladesh.
 
I was using Windows 7 and everything was fine. I could play every game I want  but after upgrading to window 8.1 I'm facing this switchable graphics problem. Device manager shows that driver has installed properly but when I switch to high performance for any game, it(game) stops responding but game can start without any problem in Intel HD 4000 graphics i.e I cannot use my dedicated graphics for which I bought this laptop!
 
Also, there in no driver for blueooth. Specificly Ralink RT 3290 Bluetooth driver. I found driver for this hardwere but not suitable for windows 8.1. Okey BT is not a big issue but what about the graphics driver? What is Hp doing? sleeping? Where the updated drivers for Windows 8.1? How long I have to wait? As I have brought it with BDT 60 grand I have right to ask for updated driver and I want them ASAP.
 
I repeat, I have AMD Radeon HD 7670 graphics in my laptop and driver has installed correctly but whenever I switch my graphics to high performance I cann't play  any game. This is because I am not provided with correct drivers for Windows 8.1 64-bit os.
 
I been looking for this driver for months but I'm not getting any updated driver for AMD mobili... Read more

A:Switchable Graphics(AMD Radeon HD 7670) Problem in Hp Pavili...

 The problem is solved. It took 6 months but in the end I finally figured it out  Follow the steps accurately 1. Open This Pc or My Computer and then go to Uninstall or change a program 2. As the list is displayed, you will see Intel Graphic Driver & AMD Catalyst install manager. You have to uninstall it both in express mode so that no other previous setting are available anymore. 3. First, uninstall Intel Graphics driver. If it asks for a restarting the pc than go for it. 4. As the list is displayed, you will see AMD Catalyst install manager, right click it and uninstall it in express mode. Uninstall all the AMD component. Restart your PC as it will ask you. 5. Go to This Pc or My Computer and then C Drive. Open Program Files & Program Files (x86) both of them if you are running 64-bit Os. In the search box write AMD and you will find some remaining files- delete them all. 6. Now you PC is free of previous drives and the remaining files. Although right click to Windows sign and go to Device Manager. You will see Display adapters and uninstall them both. This step is not necessary but just to be sure that your PC has no previously installed drivers. 7. Open your browser and download the latest Intel Graphics Driver for your PC. My driver was Win64_153322. Install it. If you install it correctly than you are half way through. Restart your PC if it requires. 8. Go to AMD web site and download the latest driver. To avoid ... Read more

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My laptop is the HP Pavilion-17-e049wm APU is A10-5750m.

I cant get windows to say anything other than "Standard VGA Graphics Adapter" I have tried evry driver i can. HP AMD evrything.



I think it all boils down to switchable graphics.

What do i do. I NEEED that driver.

Thanks

A:I need AMD Radeon HD 8650G + 8670M switchable graphics driver for 7

did you download the mobility ones?

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Hi, I've got HP Pavilion dv7-6b75eo laptop and have recently updated to windows 8.1 x64. Obviously with the OS update the old graphic drivers no longer work. Any ideas how to resolve the issue or at least when HP will release new drivers (if it ever will)? Thanks.













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A:windows 8.1 amd/ati radeon 6700m switchable graphics drivers

It appears that the solution described in this post (http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Display-and-Video/dv7-4069-wm-switchable-graphics-under-windows-8-1/td-p/3028229) resolved the issue with switchable graphics and windows 8.1 Here is a direct link: http://leshcatlabs.net/2013/11/11/amd-enables-legacy-switchable-graphics-support/

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Hello i have a hp elitebook 8470p i7 3720qm cpu with discrete amd 7570m graphics i would like to know how to enable the intel hd 4000 so i can use my egpu now there is no option to switchable graphics in catalyst control center nor does the intel hd 4000 show up in device manager it also says nothing about intel hd 4000 in bios all my drivers/bios are up to date i really would like some help to point me in the right direction. I also know i can use a egpu on my laptop i have done research on that but just need to know how to switch the graphics if anyone could help it would mean the world Thankyou.

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Good Afternoon guys. I have a problem with my laptop. Im trying play a few different games and emulators and for some reason they arent detecting my AMD 6770m GPU even though I assigned those games and emulators to High Preformance in the Catalyst Control Center. Of course Ive searched the web and HP's forums for answers but the only thing Ive seen was to install some custom drivers (which I prefer not to install).  So my question is. Is it ok to install the latest drivers for my Intel and AMD GPU's from their own websites instead of installing the ones provided from HP? Would that solve my problem? Im asking this because I bought this laptop specifically to play my favorite games and the AMD 6770m supports those games. But honestly whats the point of having this better GPU if I cant use it? 





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Hello i have a hp elitebook 8470p i7 3720qm cpu with discrete amd 7570m graphics i would like to know how to enable the intel hd 4000 so i can use my egpu now there is no option to switchable graphics in catalyst control center nor does the intel hd 4000 show up in device manager it also says nothing about intel hd 4000 in bios all my drivers/bios are up to date i really would like some help to point me in the right direction. I also know i can use a egpu on my laptop i have done research on that but just need to know how to switch the graphocs if anyone could help it would mean the world Thankyou.

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I can guess what the official comment will be from Lenovo reps here... but I am wondering if some actual users of switchable graphics laptops can please comment on their personal experience. This is my first time using a switchable graphics laptop. Do I have to use the Lenovo website drivers designed for this laptop? Or can I go directly to the Intel and AMD websites, download the latest drivers for each separately, then install them separately?  Lenovo 510si7-6500 2.5GHzGPU Intel 520 / AMD R7 M460Win10 64

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Intel Core i3-2330M + Intel HD Graphics 3000 = Black Screen
Hi,

first of all, my words of deep and sincere appreciation and thanks for this website. I use it, though only sporadically, for many, many years and always got very professional and useful help here!

Today I am inquiring about a problem that seems to be quite common and wide-spread, based on my own Internet searches: the bad combination of the Intel Core i3-2330M processor and the Intel HD Graphics 3000. During normal operations, my system works with that. But when using render software (POV-Ray) or attempting to play games, then I am getting that famous Black Screen. The laptop still continues to work, but I cannot see anything anymore. Only a restart helps, unfortunately. My online search did not reveal any solution, and having downloaded the "Intel Driver Update Utility", nothing new can be downloaded it seems.

I am speaking out here today about my problem with the hope, that someone here know a functioning solution. I need my system in order to create renders, that is my work. I just recently upgraded my system with that better processor, and it kills me now.

System Specs

Compaq Presario CQ57 Refurbished
Intel i3-2330M Processor
Intel HD Graphics 3000 (Driver)
16 GB RAM
Windows 7 Home Premium
17 GB free HDD space on C:\
 

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Hey guys. I recently bought an Acer Travelmate 5740. I didn't realise how bad the 4500MHD graphics were and I have heard about external graphics cards and 'switchable graphics'.

I did a few googles but obviously I am searching the wrong stuff. I have a chipset that allows switchable graphics, so is there a way of upgrading my graphics to something better? I don't mind spending a bit of money to get a lot more bang for my buck and I have heard ATI has external graphics that sync with internal ones or something.

Would I be able to upgrade this card (or remove it for a better one) could I pay a professional to do that for me, and where would I buy the new GPU?

Thanks for helping.

A:Intel 4500MHD Switchable graphics/external card?

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I have heard about external graphics cards and 'switchable graphics'.



Here is an article on basically what "switchable" Graphics in Laptops is all about. Nvidia automates switchable mobile graphics with Optimus - TechSpot News

I realize this is about Nvidia but it also should apply with any combination of GPU's.






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I have a chipset that allows switchable graphics, so is there a way of upgrading my graphics to something better?


No not really since the GPU chips are soldered into your motherboard. So even if you could find someone capable of removing the 4500MHD chip he would also need to find and purchase a higher quality GPU chip that most likely wouldn't be able to simply be re-soldered into the old chips socket, then their could be all kinds of compatibility issues I would think.
Basically your stuck with what you have.

I have only been able to find this setup that allows for the use of a full size PCI-e graphics card.
http://www.magma.com/expressbox1.asp

The only video I could find on how it is setup http://www.externalgraphicscard.com/

This is really not a solution for your issue since this requires a laptop with a PCMCIA port, the MagmaBox1, additional LCD and a full size better graphic's card.

Also below this thread you'll see other threads on your graphics chip and also switchable graphics information.
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I recently bought a HP 15-110TX.Installed Windows 7 64 ProfessionalNow I tried installing AMD/Intel switchable driver from HP support web site but it is not working.Tried installing sp72646 and sp72066 as well, with no results.The driver for intel HD graphics is not recognized and ATI Radeon is shown as not working with code 43.In Device manager it still shows as Standard VGA Graphics adapter.Tried re-installing windows, and upgrading the BIOS as well.Curent BIOS version: Insyde F.11.Apart from this, tried installing Generic as well as HP's intel HD Graphics Driver and getting message as "This system does not meet minimum requirements".Tried AMD's catalyst driver as well with no luck.Please help. Thanks in Advance. OS Name Microsoft Windows 7 ProfessionalVersion 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601OS Manufacturer Microsoft CorporationSystem Name PRANAV_V-PCSystem Manufacturer HPSystem Model HP NotebookSystem Type x64-based PCProcessor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5500U CPU @ 2.40GHz, 2401 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)BIOS Version/Date Insyde F.11, 23-07-2015SMBIOS Version 2.8  [Display]Item ValueName AMD Radeon R5 M330PNP Device ID PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6660&SUBSYS_80C2103C&REV_83\4&150A58D7&0&00E4Adapter Type Not Available, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. compatibleAdapter Description AMD Radeon R5 M330Adapter RAM Not AvailableInstalled Drivers aticfx64.dll,aticfx64.dll,aticfx64.dll,aticfx32,aticfx32,aticfx32,atiumd64.dll,atidxx64.dll,atidxx64.d... Read more

A:Unable to install AMD/Intel Switchable Graphics Driver

Installing generic drivers from Intel and AMD solved the problem. The drivers given on HP site are not working. This is a shame that HP cannot specify correct drivers for its own products on their site.

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error while installing AMD/­Intel Switchable High-Definition (HD) Graphics Driver . i have tried many time in different operating system but the problem is still there, please help me

A:AMD/­Intel Switchable High-Definition (HD) Graphics Driver I...

Hi, The Specification Page for your notebook does not list an additional discrete gpu, just the integrated HD5500. Regards, DP-K

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Hello folks!

One of my friends having a problem with her laptop's switchable graphics (Intel & AMD Radeon) driver on Windows 8 OS. She wants to switch to Windows 8 from 7, but had issue with graphics driver. I also tried to help, downloaded the latest graphics driver for HP Pavilion G6 1215-et (64bit) named "SP59147" from the main site of HP, installed correctly but it says "WDDM 1.0.blablaba" on device manager, and shows its model as Radeon HD7000 with a caution sign..

I also searched the problem on the net a lot, but could not find anything, neither from HP support pages. Tried to install old but main driver from Win 7, it worked, but still had problems while switching, the game and videos didnt work well, also laptop heated itself a lot. Between all of these steps and the others, used Driver Fusion to clean/erase package remains, and restarted at each step.

Does any of you has a solution for that HD 6470M on Windows 8? Any idea/suggestions about it? All comments are welcomed!

Thanks
 

A:AMD Radeon HD 6470M (switchable graphics) driver problem with Windows 8 on HP Pavilion G6

First thing, Plz let me know more detail of it, can u provide the screen shot that particular error?
 

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 My laptop only works on Intel's 3000 and 7400 AMD does not work I can not run games and another in the AMD driver does not switch to the video card and and also in INTEL

A:Radeon 7400M intel 3000

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Unfortunately, at this moment the R series doesn't offer a switchable graphics option between the integrated graphics chipset (Intel HD Graphics 3000) and the dedicated ATI 6450M.

Myself I have a R850-10V model with an i5-2410M and there is no option in BIOS for such a selection, which would help a lot to increase the battery life by using only the integrated graphics for example.
Could we see in the future a bios upgrade which would enable this integrated graphics?

It's a shame because all the other important producers (HP, Lenovo, Acer) which use ATI 6450/6470/6490M solution for integrated graphics, updated their bios in order to allow a switchable graphics option.

Thank you.

A:Satellite Pro R850-10V - switchable graphics ATI 6450M / Intel HD3000

> Could we see in the future a bios upgrade which would enable this integrated graphics?
Very good question but on the wrong place. This is user-to-user forum and you will not get some official statement here.

Let?s see if Toshiba will change anything and maybe offer some BIOS update.

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Hi, I recently got new "gaming" laptop - HP Pavilion 15-bc200nc. Having issues with GPUs - mostly when my external monitor is plugged in via HDMI cable ( most of the time I am using external monitor). The most annoying for me is that I can`t fullscreen videos in windows 10 when I`am working on my external monitor.  I can do full screen only when I lower the resolution on my external from 1920 x 1080 to 1768 x 992. Then sometimes when I am running a program or game and try to watch videos the video freezes. Device manager is showing that my external monitor is using only NVIDIA GPU and my original laptop display is using Intel - I feel like GPUs are somehow glitching between each other. My external monitor - asus vx228h Did a lot of research about it all over the internet and couldn`t find the solution. Installed new drivers for both NVIDIA and Intel, downgraded drivers.Tried to downgrade to win7 with no success due to no drivers for OS win7 ( very dissapointing btw but thats another of my forum posts  - http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/HP-Pavilion-Gaming-15-bc200nc-do... ). Any suggestions how to solve this problem?  Is there a way to completely disable Intel GPU and let laptop using ONLY Nvidia on both original laptop display and external monitor? - I found here on forums that one guy managed to do it but didn`t provide the guide. Thank you!

A:Switchable graphics - Intel and NVIDIA issue - external moni...

You have to sometimes take what people say they do here with a grain of salt. No it is switchable graphics and you cannot completely disable the integrated Intel video. You might try a different HDMI cable if you have one. 

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I recently ugraded to Win10 (although I had the same problem on Win7 as well). I cannot access my AMD Radeon HD 7400m and I am instead force to use the integrated Intel Graphics HD 3000. I have already tried reinstalling the drivers, disabling etc, nothing seems to work. I was told it's because they (AMD and Intel graphics devices) are designed by the manufacturer to work together, Intel 3000 doesn't support Win10, and should therefore revert back to Win7. However, I am running Win10 on Intel 3000 right now, so I don't know what to believe anymore. My questions are: 1. Is it true that the two graphics cards should work together and I'm getting blocked to one because the other is not compatible with my OS? (If so, how am I still running Win10 on Intel 3000?) 2. If this is indeed the case, and changing the OS is my only choice - how do I get Win7 back? Using the key from behind my battery seems to not work for downloading Win7, it says the key corresponds to a pre-installed version, contact the manufacturer for software recovery options. 3. If this is not the case, how to I get access to AMD instead of built-in Intel? (e.g. uninstalling Intel from device manager doesn't cause AMD to take over, but I am instead moved to a Basic Microsoft Display...) Thanks!

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New laptop 510S-14ISK. Side by side comparing to previous Lenovo U430P (same 14" 1080p matte screen). Colors on 510S are completely dull and washed out, blues are almost gray and greens are a sort of puke color. Samples with U430P on left and 510S on right.     Next, I can't seem to get the AMD graphics to activate. I've gone to:right click desktopamd radeon settingspreferencesadditional settingsswitchable graphics application settingsadd applicationset to "

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I'm aware of the other thread regarding AMD drivers, however, my hardware is just not cooperating.

I haven't found anyone else with this issue, so I'll try to give as much data as possible:

Thanks to XDleader555 @ Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000, I was able to get the basic Intel GPU functioning.

Here is the HWInfo64 showing some of my specs:
And here is the problematic Device Manager:
I try to update the driver manually and choose the folder from the latest AMD drivers

However it just says the drivers are already up to date
And I get this vague error, and there are thousands of impertinent articles about it, which is why I'm posting on this forum.
I tried to run the AMD Installer provided by Acer, which resulted in this (ran as W7 compatible, so this is perfectly fine):
However the installation failed with this error:
And trying to run AMD Installer for Windows 8 bears no fruit:
Hopefully someone will be able to assist me.

Thanks for your time.

A:[Help] AMD Radeon HD 7000M + Intel 3000 + Windows 8 = omgwtf

This website is down at the moment, but should do the trick for you: http://drivers.leshcatlabs.org

If it doesn't come back online or you need further help with anything, give us a shout again here.

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Hi, I really some help on this, ever since the auto update to Windows 10 Home Edition, I can't use my Pavilion at all.I can't go into the Windows, it will failed to boot in and become black screen, after around 2~5 mins, the notebook will shut down by itself. I've run thru all the testing, and notice it is the display driver issue, for both AMD Radeon 6770m and Intel HD 3000 driver.It's obvious it's when install the video card driver, it will become black screen, before it still can load into the OS with basic graphic display driver, plus I can go into safe mode. Here some point forms what I've performed for the troubleshoot, 1.) Download and installed AMD Catalyst and also Radeon Crimson Edition with the latest and available driver.2.) Run the full test on HP Diagnostic Tool for hardware, all passed.3.) Windows 10 auto-update to find the driver for AMD Radeon 6770m and Intel HD 3000 driver, doesn't work at all. Below is my detail of the Pavilion, HP Pavilion dv6-6114TXSerial: [personal information removed] Product: LZ766PA#UUF Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2630M CPU @ 2.00GHzEmbedded video card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000Video: Radeon (TM) HD 6770MOperating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home Build 10586 (updated from Windows 7 Home) Please I really need some assist on solving this issue urgently, your help is much appreciated, thanks.  Regards,Sean K.

A:AMD Radeon 6770m and Intel HD 3000 Driver for Windows 10 Hom...

Hi SeanKKL

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Hi, I use Laptop : HP Pavilion DV 6 - 6019 TX.OS : Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit (Already Upgraded from Windows 8.1 Pro 64 Bit). VGA : - AMD Radeon 6770m           - Intel HD 3000 Now, the graphic was error,  each after booting, the windows logo appears then to black screen (can't get the desktop).In device manager - display adapters, only AMD problem (Microsoft Basic Display Adapter), then I uninstall the driver to be able to install AMD drivers.I tried with "14-4-mobility-win7-Win8-win8.1-64-dd-ccc-WHQL", it is said that the last AMD drivers, but when at the end of install, it said failed to complete.  i also update driver Intel HD 3000 from this " https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=23764 " File name: win64_152822.exeVersion: 15.28.22.64.3517 (Latest)Date: 04/10/2014Size: 138.68 MBOS: Windows 7 (64-bit), Win 8 (64-bit), Win 8.1 (64-bit)anyone please help me? i already try 5 days to try some driver but still black screen because AMD driver can't install. if you know the driver, please write the link. thanks a lot

A:AMD Radeon 6770m and Intel HD 3000 Driver for Windows 10 Pro...

Hello MichSam, Welcome to the HP Forums! I have read your entire issue, and fortunately, there aren't any drivers that can help you. This product only has supported Windows 7 drivers, as indicated here: HP Pavilion dv6-6019tx Entertainment Notebook PC Drivers My suggestion is to return the computer to Windows 7. This will fix the issue  Mario




I worked on behalf of HP.

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Is intel hd graphics 3000 enought to run windows aero ?and will it run the metro ?
I know itsnt enought to run the newest game ,but can it run the old games ?

A:About intel hd graphics 3000

  
Quote: Originally Posted by baxxter


Is intel hd graphics 3000 enought to run windows aero ?and will it run the metro ?
I know itsnt enought to run the newest game ,but can it run the old games ?


if your refering to Metro 2033 it will not run it.
as for older games you will just have to test.

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I have a DELL Vostro 3550 w/ Intel HD Graphics 3000, and whenever my laptop finishing loading the Windows 8 OS (beta fish) the screen completely disables. I then have to hookup a VGA monitor in order to use it. I already installed EVERY driver from support.dell.com matching my service tag including the Intel HD Graphics driver associated with my machine and there don't seem to have any problems w/ the display drivers in the device manager. I also tried countless comboniation of settings in my Intel Graphics Utility and Resolution/Screen settings, nothing seems to be working. I've looked EVERYWHERE, but no luck.

Status: Solution Pending
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This Applies to the Following:
Dell Vostro 3550

A:Intel HD Graphics 3000

Have you tried the mobile Intel HD drivers in my other thread?

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Hello People!I'm trying to fix a major problem but after many hours of sitting in front of my laptop screen, I still can't find a solution. My laptop is a HP EliteBook 8460p (refurbished) Cpu: Intel Core i7-2620M vProRam: Corsair VALUESELECT SO-DIMM DDR3 16gb PC3-10700 Dual Channel KitGPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000 ???OS: Windows 7 Pro x64  Everything was so fine without any problem until I decided to upgrade ram. There were 4gb of DDR3 pre-installed memory. Then I replaced them with 16gb as you can see above. In order to use new memory I should re-install windowsbecause the pre-installed OS couldn't boot into windows environment. I re-installed windows 7 pro x64 and then everything seemed to be right. However everything changed when I had to install graphics drivers. I tried every method and every site (hp, intel, windows) and most of graphic drivers versions. The problem is that most times windows crash and reboot just after welcome screen (sometimes before it) of some seconds later. Without graphics driver, using Standard vga adapter everything goes fine but the screen quality is too low and I can't use applications that use graphic hardware accelaration. I don't remember if specs of my refurbished EliteBook included extra discrete graphics card like other EliteBook products. Besides device manager doesn't detect something like this. Unfortunately I hadn't noticed driver details of the pre-installed OS. I need my EliteBook at my job, so I need to find... Read more

A:Intel HD graphics 3000

Here is the Service Manual: Manual You have either Intel HD 3000 or Radeon HD 6470M, but I think the real problem is that you may have installed incompatible memory. The dead giveaway was that when you rebooted after installing the new memory the OS would not load. Compatible memory should "just work", not require a reload of the OS.  This is the correct memory: 8-GB (PC3-10600, 1333-MHz, DDR3) 634091-001 https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Technology-Notebooks-KTH-X3B-8G/dp/B007BPOHLK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid... Is this what you bought? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233216  

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THIS IS NOT FOR THE 1ST GENERATION HD GRAPHICS.
Try here instead for first generation.

InstructionsTo create your own driver follow my instruction on this page, or download a pre-compiled one below.
Once you obtain a driver simply run setup.exe and it will install like normal.

Install This First: The Custom Certificate InstallerTo install the signed drivers run the custom certificate installer I made which is based off of barcher's Post.

I've recently updated my certificate installer to v3.0. This include 2 certificates which allows the updated Mobile series 4 and has some handy options for your pleasures. A WaterMark Removal option has been added for Windows 8 Pro.
~WATERMARK REMOVAL IS BETA. Use at your own risk~

-Custom Certificate Installer- Chrome users may experience a malicious warning. It is false. Virus Total
MainMirror
MediaFireMirror

Drivers
-Intel has already made windows 8 drivers for 2000/3000. They can be found Here.
-My drivers contain more Hardware ID's. You can find the list of ID's Here.
Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000

-Version 9.17.10.2792- SIGNED GoogleDrive old version
64bit Intel HD Second Gen x64_2792.exe
32bit Intel HD Second Gen x86_2792.exe
IMPORTANT
After the setup go to Windows Update and change the settings to:
"Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them"
Reboot with the modified driver installed and check for updates. If there is, right click the Intel update and select "Hide Update"
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A:Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000

Saved spot for more stuff.

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When I installed the Video card, I either disabled, or uninstalled, the Intel HD 3000 Video adapter. I am now having issues with the card and wanted to try using the Intel graphics, before replacing the card, but they are no where to be found. "Scan for hardware changes" produces nothing.

They do not show up under display adapters in Device Manager, so I can't enable/install them. I d/l the last 2 versions of drivers form Intel, neither will install -

"This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software"

Any suggestions appreciated.


OS - WINDOWS 8 PROX64

ASUS ENGTX560 TI DCII/2DI/1GD5 GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi) 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card

ASUS P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 LGA 1155 Intel Z68 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard with UEFI BIOS - S/N MT7023036900599

Intel Core i7-2700K Sandy Bridge 3.5GHz (3.9GHz Turbo) LGA 1155 95W Quad-Core Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics 3000 BX80623i72700K

A:Re-install Intel graphics 3000 HD

Go into you BIOS and change the graphics settings to onboard. (See image) This should get you to a point where you are using a default VGA driver or it may install any previous HD3000 drivers that are present on the PC (not sure which way it will go for you). Anyway, you should see a change in device manager for the display driver and you can update that as required.

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Dear.
I'm from Vietnam. I can't install driver Intel HD Graphics 3000 for my computer. This is a laptop Dell Vostro 3450 Core i5, Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.
When I install driver Intel HD Graphics 3000 for VGA Onboard (include: R304300, R294607, R294609, R302025) then I receive an error message:
"This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software"
Help me, please. Thanks.
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Name: Nguyen Quoc Vuong
Mail: [email protected]

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anyone knows how the HD 2500 compares to the 3000 and 4000? I'm mostly looking for improved video transcoding compared to my Pentium G620 and don't really need the "gaming" graphics capabilities. But I haven't been able to find any information as to how the HD 2500 compares.

The fact that 2500 < 3000 is not really a good sign though...

A:Intel HD graphics 2500 vs 3000/4000?

the 3000 and 4000 are pretty superior of course the actual speed they function at will depend on which intel cpu it's paired with.
From what I've seen they actually are superior to even some of the higher dollar dedicated graphics cards in the way of transcoding. (if you are a gamer you would want to consider the dedicated, but if all you want is transcoding you are good)

However, you will only get the benefit if the software you are using supports the new quick sync features.
Intel? Quick Sync Video

In the instances where your software does support the features the 3k and 4k are twice as fast easily...

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Is there a driver for Intel HD Graphics 3000 for Win7 x64 that doesn't include questionable services like HECI, ICCS, etc.?
You can't opt-out from within the GUI. Is is possible to modify the Intel Graphics driver? I couldn't find a tutorial.

Here is what I tested so far:

(Intel HD Graphics 3000 drivers for Win7 x64)

v8.15.10.2712 and v8.15.10.2778 comes with:
- OpenCL 1.1 support for Intel Core processor family (Programs and Features)
- Intel Content Protection HECI Service (Services)
v9.17.10.3347 and v9.17.10.4229 comes with:
- OpenCL 1.1 support for Intel Core processor family (Programs and Features)
- Intel Content Protection HECI Service (Services)
- Intel Integrated Clock Controller Service (Services)

Any help is much appreciated!

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Name Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000PNP Device ID PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0116&SUBSYS_167D103C&REV_09\3&33FD14CA&0&10Adapter Type Intel(R) HD Graphics Family, Intel Corporation compatibleAdapter Description Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000Adapter RAM (2,084,569,088) bytesInstalled Drivers igdumd64.dll,igd10umd64.dll,igd10umd64.dll,igdumd32,igd10umd32,igd10umd32Driver Version 9.17.10.4229INF File oem33.inf (iSNBM0 section)Color Planes Not AvailableColor Table Entries 4294967296Resolution 1366 x 768 x 60 hertzBits/Pixel 32Memory Address 0xD4000000-0xD43FFFFFMemory Address 0xC0000000-0xCFFFFFFFI/O Port 0x00006000-0x0000603FIRQ Channel IRQ 4294967278I/O Port 0x000003B0-0x000003BBI/O Port 0x000003C0-0x000003DFMemory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFFDriver c:\windows\system32\drivers\igdkmd64.sys (9.17.10.4229, 5.13 MB (5,375,448 bytes), 10/20/2016 1:13 AM)Name Standard VGA Graphics AdapterPNP Device ID PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6760&SUBSYS_167D103C&REV_00\4&35525E7C&0&0008Adapter Type Not Available, (Standard display types) compatibleAdapter Description Standard VGA Graphics AdapterAdapter RAM Not AvailableInstalled Drivers Not AvailableDriver Version 6.1.7600.16385INF File display.inf (vga section)Color Planes Not AvailableColor Table Entries Not AvailableResolution Not AvailableBits/Pixel Not AvailableDriver c:\windows\system32\drivers\vgapnp.sys (6.1.7600.16385, 28.50 KB (29,184 bytes), 7/14/2009 2:38 AM)

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