We have a user in our office that is getting the following message a few times a day.
"Display driver stopped responding and has recovered
Display driver Intel Graphics Accelerator Drivers for Windows XP(R) stopped
responding and has successfully recovered."
She is running Windows 7 32bit and she was not upgraded this was a clean install when we gave her the machine.
I first came here to Intel's website and downloaded the newest drivers. A couple days later she got the message again.
I then uninstalled all things Intel from Device Manager and Programs and Features, and downloaded the latest drivers from Dell's website (she has a Latitude E5400) for Chipset, Graphics, and BIOS. That seemed to work for a few days, but then today she has received the message two more times.
I hope somebody here has some other suggestions, because I am pulling my hair out here.
What is the model of the video controller on the system and what is the version of the driver that is installed?
Keep in mind that if the issue persists even when using the customized drivers that are provided by DELL and not only happens when using our generic drivers, you may be experiencing a software corruption, which may actually require an operating system reinstall.
We have similar issues with users using Windows 7 32-bit on HP Elitebook 2530p laptops (These use "Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD".) The error message also references Windows XP. The users are using the latest HP/Intel supplied Graphics drivers.
Many people on Nvidia forums (Their drivers have been crashing also) think this is related to newer Firefox/Flash versions. This did indeed start recently after Firefox and Flash have had numerous updates lately.
heh sounds like you need to upgrade your drivers, now the bad news, Intel makes the worst drivers known... oh and it takes them forever to write them, Now here is the lesson, Never ever buy a computer with Intel HD graphics of any type... ( they would have happier customers if they used Nvidia graphics )