It sounds like you're using the detection routines on the sites, but that's not needed since you know what video you have. Just download specific drivers directly.
There are reasonably new updates here (AMD Feb 20, Intel Mar 22). You're saying that you already have these and need something newer? These should have the same OpenGL support as anything you'd find at Intel or AMD.
If you install generic Intel drivers you will lose the switchable graphics capability of your computer.
Unless Intel/AMD get their s...tuff together, and release generic drivers that support switchable graphics systems, your only options are:
1-Install generic Intel drivers and lose access to the switchable graphics system (no AMD card for you).
2-Get the driver from the computer maker. (Usually, an old version)
3-Try unofficial drivers (http://leshcatlabs.org/)
By the way, unless your computer supports the so-called 'Fixed Mode' of the Switchable Graphics, all OpenGL processing will be done by the Intel GPU, and therefore, depending on the game you want to play, will be slow as hell.
Well the thing is that i cant even install the intel updates even if i dont care about losing AMD card....... when i try to install the Intel update for my specific prossecor intergrated graphics..... it just says that i dont have it..... WHICH I DO!
I really confused on how this could possibly happen...