Please uninstall the driver you have now.
After you uninstall Intel Driver use this utility: Display Driver Uninstaller Download version 220.127.116.11
Select Intel at Graphic Driver.
Then click on Clean and DO NOT Restart.
That will remove any leftovers from the old driver.
And then Set Automatic Installation Driver to default. And after that restart.
Then reinstall the driver.
If the problem is still there, then post it here so that an Intel representative to assist you.
I installed the new drivers without uninstalling the old ones and that was why the new drivers created settings that were out of the performance range for my monitor.
I tested this twice by installing 2 different driver versions on top of a system that had all the video drivers uninstalled before the new driver installation. And it worked every time without a problem. I used to uninstall the nvidia or amd drivers before installing the new video drivers for nvidia or amd, but I didn't pay to much attention to that workflow, now that I use intel video graphics. From now on, I'll uninstall any old video drivers before installing the updated ones.
Thank you, Ronin.
I’m glad that your issue has been resolved and thank you Ronin for your contribution on this thread, hd_graphics_4600 I hope you can have a better experience with the Intel® graphics from now on.