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Intel Extreme Graphics Windows 2000/XP installation disk

Q: Intel Extreme Graphics Windows 2000/XP installation disk

Hello, I am trying to fix a computer for a friend. I have put the OS cd in and am trying to run a repair. at 34mins into the repair it says "Intel Extreme Graphics Windows 2000/XP installation Disk needed".

I have downloaded the disk needed and added it to the OS iso file and burned it to a cd to have it with the install. I point it to the right dir, but it keeps popping up saying the same thing. What's weird is when I select the file it asks for, it says I am installed a driver that has not been approved of microsoft and so I press yes. but it goes back to asking for the installation disk.
Anyone have any ideas? If anything, I just want to back up the files and format it and run a new install.

Please help!!!

Preferred Solution: Intel Extreme Graphics Windows 2000/XP installation disk

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: Intel Extreme Graphics Windows 2000/XP installation disk

I just want to back up the files and format it and run a new install.Click to expand...
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I just picked up an HP dx2000 desktop computer that has the "Intel Extreme Graphics 2" onboard video card. Im trying to play World of Warcraft on the machine and it is a bit jumpy due to what I assume is the graphics card. The system has 1Gb of RAM so I dont believe it has anything to do with the RAM.

My question is, will my system benifit from a PCI graphics card or is the bus too slow for PCI to show any type of improvement? The only reason I say PCI is because the system does not have an AGP slot.


A:Intel Extreme Graphics 2 VS PCI graphics card

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are the new intel extreme graphics 2 that are intergrated into some motherboards any good, would they beat my score in 3d mark 2001 se (i have an ati radeon 9600 256mb ddr (overclocked) )

A:intel extreme graphics 2

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I am thinking of buying a new computer, and I have found a good price for one. However, I don't know wheather it will run the games that I want it to.

It has Intel extreme graphics intergrated graphics card, and I would like to know if this will run WoW for the minimum. It has directX support and it says that it can run 3D games.


A:Solved: Will WoW Run on Intel Extreme Graphics?

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Hello every one, I'm having a problem. I want to install a better graphics card to my compaq presario 2223US notebook. It has intel extreme graphics 2 which isn't very good with new 3D games. I heard it was very hard to remove and may not be removable at all. Is it possible to remove it? all answers are thanked.

A:removing Intel extreme graphics 2

Well intel extreme graphics 2 is a chip built into the motherboard so you can't remove it but you can dissable it in bios allowing the instalation of a seperate video card.
However most notebooks don't have slots for video card upgrades so chances are you won't be able to upgrade your video card.

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I want to get my parents an LCD for their Dell PC. The PC is using Intel Extreme onboard graphics which claims to support resolutions of:

350 MHz DAC for 1800x1440 @ 85Hz max CRT resolution or [email protected] max FP resolution

However, here is what I found for supported resolutions:
1024 x 768, 16M colors (60, 70, 75, 85, 100,120 Hz)
1152 x 864, 16M colors (60, 70, 75, 85, 100 Hz)
1280 x 1024, 16M colors (60, 75, 85, 100 Hz)
1600 x 1200, 16M colors (60 Hz)
1920 x 1440, 64K colors (60, 75 Hz)
2048 x 1536, 64K colors (60 Hz)

Those may be for CRT and maybe not for LCD. I just don't want to buy the monitor and have it not work.

A:Intel Extreme Graphics and LCD WideScreen

Just get an LCD and a cheapo graphics card for like $30. Get like a X300 or Geforce 6200 or something. They are cheap, and support resolutions of up to 2560x1600 at full 16m color instead of crappy 64k. Also, they come with a VGA and a DVI output (DVI is for LCDs and that intel graphics card doesn't have DVI) so it will work.

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Hi, first of all i'm not really that clever with computers. I'm just gettin a new one which has"integrated intel extreme graphics". Can anyone tell me if it is any good. I currently have a geforce 256. is that worse or better?

A:Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics

It seems to be worse from here.

# i845GL (integrated Intel Extreme)
# i865G (integrated Intel Extreme 2)
# V4 4500
# Rage Fury MAXX
# nForce 420 (integrated GF2 MX)
# Kyro
# Radeon VE 7000
# GF 256 SDRClick to expand...

Rated from worst(top) to best bottom. Note this is only a section of the chart, there are better and worse than the listed above.
http://users.erols.com/chare/video.htm Bottom of page for chart.

Hopefully it has an agp expansion slot so you can install a decent graphics card, but sadly many computers with intel extreme graphics completely lack this slot, and hence are stuck with very low end graphics.

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Is this video card sufficient to run SIMS games? I am thinking of purchasing a Dell with this card installed.

A:Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2

It should run it if you get a processor(preferably a pentium 4 instead of a celeron) that's above 2ghz.
Neither intel extreme 2 or sis mirage2 are good at games. I have integrated intel extreme 2 graphics in my one system. If I use it I get a score of about 4,000 points on aquamark3(about 4 frames per second, a real slideshow), but when I use my nvidia 6600 graphics card I get about 40,000 points, (about 40frames per second, a reasonable rate). The 6600 128mb is about 10X as fast as intel extreme2. The 6600 costs about $110 usd. You need an agp or pci-express port to use the graphics card though, which most cheap dell systems don't have(they can't be upgraded cheaply).

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title says it all

if it help hear are some additional specs

1024 ram
pentium 4
1.6 ghz

Here are some games though I want you guys to tell me if it can take

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory


Knight online (wars) -I want to know if it can take all those huge wars in the game with little to minimal lag


Battlefeild 1942
thanks guys

A:What games will run well with Intagrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2?

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Intel Extreme Graphics 2 XGA 1280x800 support?

Hi, im new here and i really have searched hard for many weeks to resolve this issue to no avail. I will be very impressed if someone can help.

Im having problems with intel 855gme graphics drivers (Intel extreme graphics 2) on my clevo M12CW/M121W/M120W (4 yrs old, XGA 1200x800) and dont know where to turn.
The basic driver that came with the computer, regularily when i open a browser window or video window, the screen goes stripey grey. Everything seems to be fine underneath as i can shut down with no problems but no screen until i reboot.

I installed the latest drivers (and tried those inbetween to no avail) and this seems to overcome this problem but there seems to be no support for XGA resolution.

The new driver says in display>settings that monitor is digital flat monitor 1280 x 1024, but my screen is 1280 x 800 (XGA) and there is no option to change that. The only resolution that is usable is 1280 x 768, which fits the screen, but the text and icons are slightly distorted.

Ive searched all driver sites, intel drivers and the give the same driver for the GM and GME.
Is there any other drivers i could possible use for this resolution or is there one i can't find.
Im running Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0, would an upgrade resolve this (excuse my ignorance on this one, i don't know much about BIOS upgrade and will have to read up)
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A:Intel Extreme Graphics 2 XGA 1200x800 support?

Have you thought about getting an add-on AGP or PCI HD ready video card?

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Hi, I just got a Dell Dimension 3000 computer that has integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2 and no AGP slot. I was thinking of buying a 128MB or 256MB Nvidia/ATI PCI video card to improve gaming performance.

My computer's specs are: P4 3.0Ghz, 800MHz FSB, 1MB L2 cache and 256MB DDR PC3200 RAM.

Do you think I would get any tangible, noticeable improvements in video playback quality and gaming performance? Or will the slowness of PCI just negate any benefits of the better video card?

If there are noticeable benefits to upgrading, which should I choose, the 128MB or the 256MB?

Thanks, I'd appreciate any help you could give me!

A:PCI Video Card Vs Intel Extreme Graphics 2

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currently im using a SiS graphic card. but i want to use an intel extreme 2 graphic card, but it wont let me install and it always says something about INF files when i try to install or corrupt / missing files..
SiS lags my games and i think its worse than intel
But i read on the INTEL site that the intel drivers wouldnt install if there was a PCI (?) on my computer. i have no idea what this is but can someone tell me how to uninstall it?
i just got my pc fixed from a local shop too.. pics below
if anyone can help me id appreciate it!!!btw i am on Windows xp PRO


A:need help on installing intel extreme graphics card

Intel Extreme Graphics aren't a graphics card- but instead integrated graphics chipsets. This means your system must already have integrated Intel graphics on the motherboard. As you've stated, you already have SiS integrated.. so which one does your mainboard have? You can't just install the Intel drivers and have it "change" the integrated graphics chip your system has. You'll get the INF error if you try to install Intel Extreme Graphics on a system without this chipset on it.

If you can provide your system stats, this would be helpful for providing advice on what you need to do. Neither SiS nor Intel integrated graphics are very good or supported for many 3D games, so it's highly recommended you consider upgrading to a new videocard and disabling the on-board/integrated graphics entirely.

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This is my system

Dell Dimension 3000
Intel pentium 4
2.8 GHZ 512 RAM
windows XP (sp2)
Intel extreme graphics 2 onboard video

The video card im trying to install is a
Radeon X800 PCI series

When I try to disable the video card it seems to only reset my graphics settings to 8 bit and 800 x 600 resolution, I've looked at other posts here about the Intel extreme graphics 2 and I know that it will consistently try to reinstall its driver if uninstalled. My ATI Catalyst software will not install itself for some reason. I put in the disc and it goes through the installation process, aburptly stops but it doesn't install any ATI things onto the computer, when I look in my control panel afterwards there are no ATI things in there whatsoever.

I know this video card works and everything cause it was working in my other dimension 3000 even before I disabled the onboard video on that computer it allowed the ATI software to be on the computer. I tried getting the latest drivers from ATI but when trying to install them it pops up a message saying
"Setup was unable to find components that can be installed under your current hardware or software configurations. Please make sure you have the right required hardware or software"
what does that mean? Im not sure what hardware or software I may be missing...

any idea as to what I should do? Thanks in advance!

A:Intel extreme graphics 2 or radeon X800 problem?

You may need microsoft .net framework 1.1 which is on the ati site as well as microsoft's!!!!

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To play games on my pc, I have to turn up the brightness in my video card settings so I can see what the hell I am doing. So I updated my driver the other day, fix the color like I usually do, but when I start any full screen game, the color scheme reverts back to the default which as I said is way to dark.

Is there any way to fix this without having to revert back to outdated drivers?

A:Updated Intel Extreme Graphics 2 driver problem.

use brightness buttons on your monitor

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If your computer has an "on-board" Intel display adapter and uses the Intel Extreme Graphics 2 drivers, version 14.2( was released today to replace version 14.1(

After installing the new version and rebooting, my HP N5495 laptop with Windows XP refused to go beyond a black screen. I went into safe mode and reinstalled it, then rebooted again, but still no luck. I went into safe mode a second time and attempted to roll back to the old version, but the rollback function did not work. I went into safe mode a third time and installed the old version(which I always save), then rebooted. Everything returned to normal.

This post is just to warn everyone of what I went through and what might possibly happen to you.

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Dell Optiplex 390 with an on-board Intel graphics 2000 adapter was recently rebuilt with Windows 7 x64. All Microsoft patches and updates have been applied. I initially used the Dell Video driver from support.dell.com. ( This system is connected via a VGA analog connection to a Dell P190S monitor. The recommended resolution for this device is 1280x1024.
All went well until you reboot the system a couple of times. I eventually lose the video resolution and it resets to 1366x768. Resolution is grayed out and the display shows Display device on VGA. All icons are oblong including the Dell splash screen logo when the system boots.
So I downloaded the latest video drivers from the Intel site ( and get the same results. Video settings are correct until you reboot. The same events occur with
I removed the Intel install from program and features and the display adapter from device manager and rerun the Intel install. It doesn't matter which version as it will resolve the issue until you reboot, maybe the next time, certainly within 3 or 4 times.
System BIOS has been flashed to the latest version (A11).
 Dxdiag shows no problems.
It looks like you can remove the Intel driver and then use Control Panel-Display to increase the resolution to 1280x1024. That seems to stick.
 I would appreciate any feedback in resolving this annoying behavior.

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Hi I recently got a new laptop: HP Pavilion dv6-6b12ed

I have a Control panel from Intel where I could change the colors of my screen and other stuff, but I can't get it to open!

Here's my weird problem: It shows in the system tray but when I click it I see this:

When I try to click on it, or anywhere else, it disappears and the program won't open.
I've even tried ALL methods in this following link: Graphics — How to open the Intel? Graphics Properties window

I think the problem will be solved if I can re-install the driver, but I've no idea what to (un)install.

Help and advice would be appreciated.
If you need any additional info on my system specs, just ask me or look up my laptop specs.. .

A:Can't open Intel ® Extreme graphics control panel suddenly

Okay... I download a driver from Intel site, and it has been fixed BUT...
I can't switch to my HD 6770M Graphics card, instead of the Intel HD 3000 Graphics card. I Used to have a AMD Optimus thing but it's gone now! I get a Catalyst Control Panel with limited options now instead.

So I've done a system restore for time being, if anyone could explain to me how to fix all this crap.. It would be appreciated.

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igfxtray.exe does not work?
After installing SP2 RC1, my Intel Extreme 82845 G/GL Graphics Controller Option vanished in the right click menu on the Desktop and also on clicking the Icon of Intel Extreme Graphics in the Control Panel, nothing happens and the interface does not come up as such I'm unable to view my monitor's settings that were accessible only through the interface of the Intel Extreme Graphics Controller!
Even its Interface's Option under the Display Properties->Settings->Advanced Tab is also no more available.
Kindly help me in being able to access it!!!

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can someone help me. I'm a first-time forum user.

My problem is when i install Intel Graphics HD 2000 driver 32bit and restart the system would pass the starting windows screen and then monitor goes black despite monitor being powered on. i have installed the drivers that came with the motherboard and later also have installed the latest drivers too after uninstalling old driver but still the same. if i roll back the display adapter driver version to standard VGA graphics adapter system boots up fine. when i install the Graphics driver it happens again. event view shows no blue screen errors. please help me.

it seems no one is answering my question. someone please answer my question? i wish i could provide more information about the problem but i have only these information.

A:windows wont start after installing Intel graphics 2000 driver

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I have been using dell Vostro 2420 laptop for the last 2 years. I had windows 8.1 installed in it in the last month. When I was using windows 7 I got occasional display problem with display getting blurred(consisting of close horizontal lines, and picture getting shifted to left side of the screen). According to the instruction from dell, I uninstalled both intel and nvidea display drivers. They got reinstalled automatically after restart. Now I got the display error again. I uninstalled the display drivers. But only nvidea is automatically reinstalled. When I tried to install intel hd graphics driver manually, it shows that "the computer does not meet the minimum requirements for the installation to complete". What to do? Please help.

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Hi my name is James

I am running a Dell dimension 2400 with 256mb ram, celeron processer 2.4 ghz and Intel extreme graphics, and 40 gb hdd and the rest.

I just brought a 256 mb PCI card made by powercolor, built with radeon 9200 technology. Not pci express just straight PCI

Followed the instructions, pluged card in, turned on computer,go into the device manager and i get a yellow
"!" mark with the code 12 error against my card.

Uninstalled onboard intel extreme graphics controller, its model thing is ...
Intel® 82845G Graphics Controller it has 64mb of video ddr ram
Um well as soon as i uninstalled it and rebooted, windows would automactically recongise it again and then yeah. it would become default.
So i disabled it and now its outta use. yay =)
I am currently running off the default windows vgasave graphics thing and i still have the error code 12 on my radeon.

I have installed catallyst, downloaded specific drivers from the powercolor site, installed those and i get either

TUL corporation, RADEON 9200 SERIES ver. [5/3/2006]

just the plain

RADEON 9200 SERIES ver. [5/3/2006]

Well i am using the plain Radeon 9200 series driver ^
And have tried both with no luck.

I read somewhere that i should not use the microsoft drivers
so i steered clear.

Then i saw that I should try adjusting the agp apeture in the bios setup.
To have it under 64mb.
I dont even have a agp slot!! but it couldnt hurt.
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A:Ati radeon 9200 upgrade from intel extreme graphics , pci , code 12 error

Did u try to install the latest Catalyst drivers? The latest Catalyst drivers do not have support for the 9200 series of video cards. U will have to use Catalyst 6.5, which is the latest one for ur card. Here is the link.

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Im guessing this is the right place. any way ever since i restarted my computer for windows updates. A message keeps coming up when i start my computer saying the error. It also comes up when i use certain programs. One thing i noticed was that ever since i restarted for the update three things aside from the error have happened. Since then My screen is always shakey/twitchy and it really gives me a headach, and a blue icon that says Intel Extream Graphics came up. However whenever i right or left click the icon i get the message then as well. aside from both of those, my screen would occasionally black out and come back up at random intervals. these annoyances are really starting to bug me and if anyone has any aid it would be greatly appreciated.

P.s sorry if theirs bad grammer, keyboards acting up

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All right so I definitely need some help from the pros. I'm not a very big gamer, the only 3-D game I play is the Sims 2. I am having a laptop built for me with a Intel Pentium M 760 (2 GHz) processor and I need to choose between the standard Intel Extreme Graphics video card or the more expensive Nvidia PCI Express 6600 video card with 128 MB Video Memory. Which do you think would be better and more worth the money for my purposes?

Thanks so much!

-Molly Kay

A:Nvidia 6600 or standard Intel Extreme Graphics video card for my new laptop?


the 6600 is WAAYYY better ...but depends .for e.g if you dont play games at all than y spend money hmm

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According to the Intel website, the HD 3000/2000 Sandy Bridge graphics are not supported in Windows 10. See link below. It's the very last one listed under Intel Core Processors:
I decided to give the Windows 10 upgrade a shot on my Dell XPS 13 L321X since my Windows Update told me that my system was Windows 10 compatible. However after the upgrade I noticed the screen would become distorted intermittently.
In the meantime, I've currently disabled the graphics drivers that Windows 10 automatically assigned to my computer after the upgrade in order to prevent the screen from distorting so I could post this message. While this current graphics mode (1024x768) is not pretty, I was hoping someone @ Dell was aware of this issue and if there will be a patch/fix for this issue?
It's a bit confusing that my system was considered to be Windows 10 compatible as evidenced by the update only to find out after-the-fact that Intel specifically mentions that my particular graphics driver is not Windows 10 compatible. And since this intermittent screen distortion validates the issue at hand, I'm afraid I'll have to revert back to Windows 7.
So if anyone @ Dell knows of a possible fix, I'd appreciate it.

A:Intel HD 3000/2000 Graphics (Sandy Bridge) not supported in Windows 10 on Dell XPS 13 (L321X)

For the record, I'm using the latest BIOS A08 for this laptop too, so that's already been verified.

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Hi all, I have stumled accross your website as a last resort before I throw my laptop into a large industrial blender!

I believe that I must have come down wit a virus (or many) a while ago and now am having many many problems.

Firstly, when I start up it asks me for the installation disk for an extreme graphics card???

It tells me that new software has been found (VGA controller)??

I have tried to unninstall Norton Antivirus so I can buy a new version but it wont let me??

My DVD Re-writer has stopped working, MY LAPTOP IS ONLY 2 YEARS OLD!!!

Can anyone help me please?? my email address is [email protected], and don't worry, this isn't coming from the laptop in question!!!


A:Please help me, asking for extreme graphics card disk??

what about the warranty on your pc?
have you tried to format the hard drive, if not give that a try, that is of course there's nothing worth saving. better than just binning it.

wouldn't bother with norton at all.

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I want to play games as demanding as Vindictus. And i was wondering. Is this good enough to use: Intel HD Graphics 2000
This is the recommended graphics. nvidia Geforce 7xxx

A:Intel HD Graphics 2000

How about providing some information and specs on your computer so we have more to work with.

Don't believe everything you read in Google.


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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

-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 SIGNED GoogleDrive old version
64bit Intel HD Second Gen x64_2792.exe
32bit Intel HD Second Gen x86_2792.exe
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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I bought a new computer that came with the integrated Intel HD Graphics 2000.

On Windows 7, the Intel scores 5.1 for Graphic (Aero) and 5.6 for Graphic (games).

My 5450HD scores 3.9 and 5.8 for the same. I don't understand why it gets so low on Aero. It has the latest drivers.

What one would you use?

I also have a Gigabyte 6850HD but it consumes too much power for my 300W power supply.

A:Intel HD Graphics 2000 vs AMD 5450HD

Quote: Originally Posted by Saintor

What one would you use?

It may not matter much.

Do the things you normally do with a PC and see if you can tell the difference--particularly anything that stresses the video.

I also use HD 2000 and have no need to use a separate video card.

Using a card will use more power and generate more heat. If I could not tell the difference between a 5450 and HD 2000, I would use the latter for that reason alone.

I have read elsewhere that HD 2000 provides performance about equal to a 5450, for whatever that is worth.

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can anyone tell me how to fix this. i followed this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYj3xNh8QNk video and i cant find intelGfx.NTamd64.6.3 in the inf file.

A:window10 cant update my intel hd graphics 2000 driver

Intel HD Graphics 3000/2000 (Sandybridge) Windows 10 Graphics Driver support ?

According to the link (footnote 2) that cards drivers were only supported in "legacy mode" (compatibility) even in win 8.1. It may do the same in win 10 and the only way to find it is to try it

To install in compatibility mode do the following:

Right click the installer>properties>compatibility>choose OS

Make older programs run in this version of Windows

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The Windows 10 WinPE uses 1019MB of shared system RAM to run the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter - the same driver is also found in Windows 10 after setup.

In Windows 8.0 the basic adapter managed with 256MB - at least on my Windows to go version - for perfectly adequate performance. In XP even less video ram is used, yet it still plays streaming videos, and movies, etc.

The problem in 10 with using so much System RAM results in slow installation past the First reboot in the FirstWndUX phase- and thus long installation times, which are prone to failure on systems with unsupported display adapters and small intrinsic amounts of RAM, e.g. 2GB, and very slow systems, when, and if, the setup completes.

Here's the 2 situations -1- My specs show a Pentium 4 machine with 2GB system RAM and Geforce 9500GT with 512MB video RAM, which runs Windows 10, XP, Windows 8.1 Enterprise trial, etc., without any real difference in speeds - all these OSs run at perfectly acceptable speeds for everyday use. Installation remains slow while the basic video adapter is employed, during sysprep and OOBE phases.

Situation -2- Acer Travelmate 2423 Intel? Celeron M 1.50 GHz, and Mobile Intel? 915GM/GMS, 910GML Express Chipset Family integrated graphics - This machine can run Windows 10 - it has a compatible bios, chipset and CPU, but the graphics drivers from Intel can be installed in compatibility mode for XP SR2 in Windows 7(less than 200MB), but not in 8 or 10. It runs like a one legged sloth, an... Read more

A:Installation on unsupported Intel Graphics uses too much system RAM

I'm not a guru but have upgraded about 40 machines so far. All different kinds of hardware. The specs you mentioned may fall in the range of what MS says is "minimum" requirements but no machine with those specs would run Windows 10 well. That's a pretty old chipset. What's the good in having any new operating system if it doesn't run like it is supposed to.

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Im sure I downloaded the correct version for Windows 8.1 (64-bit) and for my Proccessor and Graphics but an error before installation stops me from updating the drivers. I have a picture below to show the error and more. I have checked ASUS if they have the newer driver but they dont, what I have installed currently is what they have to download on their site. I tried running as Administrator and using a mirror but to no avail. Please help me, thank you.

A:Cannot update Intel Graphics, error before installation

I solved this by following this: http://communities.intel.com/thread/45703

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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.

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When trying to install the "Driver-Graphics" download "Intel High-Definition (HD) Graphics Driver", version Rev. C, updated May 5, 2016, I get the following error message: "Error The driver being installed is not validated for this computer.  Please obtain the appropriate driver from the computer manufacturer. Setup will exit. Would you like more information?Click Yes to be directed to the Intel support website." I then went back to HP Support and installed the "Intel Chipset Installation Utility and Driver", version Rev.A updated Jan 15,2016 AND the "Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI) Driver", version Rev.A updated Jan 15, 2016.  I tried running the "Intel High-Definition (HD) Grapics Driver" but it still gave the same error message.

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Hi guys,

I wanted to update my graphic chip in my Toshiba Portege R700, because I wanted to play Darkest Dungeon, I always grt the error that my system does not meet the requiments. Also I have an Intel Core i5 processor of the sandy bridge generation ( 2.)
Please Help

A:Intel HD Graphics driver installation error system does not mert requi

Hi ... Welcome to Seven Forums ... What is the exact Model Number of your Laptop ?... There seem to be some letters missing R700 ?

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Guys, Ive got a riddle for you.

I need to install windows 7 x64, but:

-Ive got no DVD drive
-No free hard drive that I can use as install media (well ive got but active partition has winXP on it :P so hard to boot install files from it)
-1 GB flash drive
-booting via PXE works but WindowsPE 2.0 (from How to Install Vista on a M200 without a CD Drive using TFTP | RyanTAdams.com) wont properly configue my network card (ipconfig turns out blank) so I cant access install files.
-Tried to update WindowsPE to 3.0 and it works, boots, logins into 'technician' PC but wont launch setup.exe (says that I need x64 OS).
-Tried using WinPE 3.0 x64 but that one wont boot. Crashes at startup.

I used updated TFTPD with built in WinPE files. I belive that if I could build a proper 64bit WinPE 3.0 from WAIK it would work. I just swapped .wim files and couple others from WAIK->TFTPD.

Any ideas? Maybe other istall methods - dividing install files into 4 parts and i could walk between PCs with my flash drive. Maybe other ideas? Maybe help with building WinPE 3.0. Dunno.

Im desperate!


PS. Ive spent whole night trying to figure that one out. When i solved one problem, another popped right up. So sorry if the post is hard to comprehend. And for misspelling.
Oh and I know that 4gb flash drive costs like 15 bucks but Im a student (and to make it more funny, computer science student) ;P

A:Windows 7 extreme installation

Borrow a DVD drive or a 4 gb+ flash stick from another computer science student.

Is XP 64 bit? If so, run Setup from there.

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Will i see a notable difference in gaming performance? I have 4GB of RAM and GTX570.

Thank you.

A:If i replace intel X6800 extreme with Intel q9550

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Datorn kan inte uppdatera:
Intel Corporation driver update for Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
Installationsdatum: ?2016-?07-?31 21:47
Installationsstatus: Misslyckades
Felinformation: Kod 80070103
Uppdateringens typ: Viktig
This driver was provided by Intel Corporation for support of Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600

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Ever since I put together my new system several months ago the 3D graphics have been messed up in Windows games. 2D graphics are fine, 3D graphics in Linux (it's a dual booting system) appear to be fine, but 3D games in Windows - all of them, not just some - show excessive artifacts such as textures flickering, geometry stretching, and so on. I even put a short video of the problem in a game at Youtube months ago in the hope that it would help someone diagnose the problem.

This isn't a game-specific thing - the problems apply to all 3D games I play, whether DirectX 8, DirectX 9, or OpenGL based. My system fails Freestone's "Video Card Stability Test" within about 10 seconds. Even very trivial 3D demos like the ones that come with the OGRE 3D engine fail. About the only things that render without flaw are the spinning cubes in DxDiag.

I've tested and replaced various aspects of the system to no avail. eg. The graphics card doesn't seem to matter, having tried 2 Nvidia cards and one ATi card. I've also replaced the motherboard (once for a replacement in case I'd broken it, and then once for a new model in case it was some sort of incompatibility), tried new RAM (although it all passes stability tests), etc. Logically it shouldn't be a hardware flaw, since all my testing under Linux appears to run fine (including Unreal Tournament 2004, the exact same game which shows extreme problems when running under XP).

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Hi all, Trying to install Windows 10 from scratch after formatting SSD. Are the following screenshots something typical for you? The form size is about 1/10 the usual size which makes you unable to see anything unless you squeeze your eyes into the screen. The boot USB usb is working well on all my other machines.Also after installation the display is OK.  ???

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I tried everything,installed the drivers for my AMD,disabled the drivers for Intel (it switched to microsoft basic graphics instead of the AMD),couldn't find anything in BIOS however...if anyone got some advice,please share it with me because I can't take low FPS in games anymore when I got a laptop with such good specs.

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Alright, I'm going to be very specific.

I want to hear responses from people that have the Intel Extreme Edition processor, I would also like to know the set up and component's you've got.

For those that don't have one:
Please, don't post how you think it sucks, or how you think it's overpriced, or how you wouldn't buy one, or how you'd rather have something else... or how you don't think anyone should buy it... no please.

For those that have one:
I'd like to hear comments from people that have it. How is it? How 'fast' to you is it compared to what you've previously used? What kind of set up? Motherboard? RAM (ammount)? Cooling? Hard Drive(s)?

A:Anyone have an Intel Extreme Edition?

i don't have one, although i'd looooooove to get my hands on one. Anyways i just wanted to let you know if you wanted to see an example of a setup machine and benchmarks you can go to
www.tomshardware.com. They do a lot of benchmarking there.

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when I checked the X1 extreme storage it shows the SSD "INTEL SSDPEKKF512G8L". Not sure whether it is   Intel 760P or 7600P.can someone confirm on the same.  Also if I would like to add another SSD along with it in other slot "Samsung Pro 970", will it work fine?

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I'm trying to install a PC with Windows 7 threw USB (2.0). Therefore I've used Windows USB/DVD Tool.
To note, I've installed a NEW hard drive, the old one broke down due to it's age.

Now I'm getting the next message: DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK.

I've tried setting the boot sequence but none of that helped, I keep getting the same message.

Thanks in advance,


A:Windows 7 Installation error DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK

Normally means that the hard drive is not detected. Check its connections, plugged securely into SATA1 port with no others attached, data and power cable securely attached.

Then enter BIOS setup by tapping the key given for that on the first screen. Is the hard drive registering anywhere there? It often will be represented by its Serial Number.

Reset BIOS to defaults, set SATA controller to AHCI, Save settings and Exit.

Proceed to Troubleshoot Windows 7 Installation Failures - Windows 7 Help Forums

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I've usually built my own and family members' computer systems, so have been using the original Windows 7 installation disks whenever I needed to do a fresh install or do a repair install, etc.
Only recently have I created Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit system repair disks, so wanted to ask what is probably a basic noob question.
As far as I can tell, the only difference between the two types of Windows disks (install and system repair) is that the original installation disks will support making a fresh install of windows, and the repair disks don't.
Is this the only difference, or am I missing something?

A:Windows 7 System Repair Disk Versus Windows 7 Installation Disk

Basically a Windows 7 recovery disk allows a non-booting system to access the Advanced Options screen for start up repair, Repair install, etc. It won't restore an image, you need a installation disc for that.

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I am preparing for a hard disk crash.

I purchased a new PC with Windows 7 in June 2012. It came with a Samsung optical disk containing Windows 7. I am eligible for the $14.99 USD upgrade to Windows 8. Will there be an installation disk for Windows 8 available at this price and if not, then how much more will it cost?

If not, then how should I ensure that I can easily install Windows 8 after a hard disk crash? Do I have to keep my Samsung optical disk of Windows 7?

A:optical disk installation of Windows 8 after a hard disk crash

Quote: Originally Posted by broiyan

I am preparing for a hard disk crash.

I purchased a new PC with Windows 7 in June 2012. It came with a Samsung optical disk containing Windows 7. I am eligible for the $14.99 USD upgrade to Windows 8. Will there be an installation disk for Windows 8 available at this price and if not, then how much more will it cost?

If not, then how should I ensure that I can easily install Windows 8 after a hard disk crash? Do I have to keep my Samsung optical disk of Windows 7?

I'm not positive, but I'd guess a $14.99 price for Win 8 would be a download, unless Samsung is offering some special promotional price for a disc.

I've seen a price of $69.99 for Windows 8 Professional, which I think is for a disc.

I'd find out what that $14.99 price is good for. It may be for an ISO download, in which case you could burn the ISO to a disc.

I'd keep the Windows 7 disc regardless. If you are like most people, you probably will find 7 preferable to 8.

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Move windows 7 installation from one disk partition to other disk partition
HI all ,

Before going into details of my problem, I am listing down my system setup.

I have 3 HDDs on my pc with following details :-
1. Disk 0 - 500 GB - Windows 7 32-Bit Installation on C: - Partitions ( C - H)
2. Disk 1 - 1 TB - Windows 7 64-Bit Installation on J: - Partitions ( J - N)
Here I want to mention that, my Win 7 64-Bit installed on J: , and my linked documents folders reside in K: under folder K:\MyFolders ( as shown in K_myFolder.jpg)
3. Disk 2 - 1 TB - No OS on any partition - Partitions ( O - T)
As shown in attachment DiskMgmt.jpg

Now my problem is, windows 7 has detected some fault in Disk 1, thus I need to send the Disk 1 for RMA. So for the same I need to move my Windows 7 64-bit OS installation from Disk1 - Partition J: to Disk 2 - Partition O:, and data folder Disk 1 - K:\myFolder to Disk 2 - P:\myFolder.

How can I do with keeping the settings as mentioned above. How does my OS References will be remained for the requirements.

Thanks in Advance.


A:Move windows 7 installation from one disk partition to other disk part

We need to see the labels which are obscurred in the Disk Mgmt columns, nor can we see how much space is used on K you want to move to the smaller P.

You want to use Disk Imaging.. I would use free Macrium Reflect which offers more flexibility where to reimage the partitions you choose to image. Macrium - Image your system.

However if you have a WD or Seagate HD in the mix, you can use their premium Acronis imaging app which is best of all, and has a very easy to understand Manual on it's download page on either HD maker's site.

After imaging if the OS fails to start on the new HD, unplug all other HD's, confirm the OS is marked Active, then run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times until it starts and holds the System flag. Then set preferred HD to boot first in BIOS, boot other one using one-time BIOS Boot Menu key.

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