This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation
In regards to the driver installation issue. Let’s try to narrow down the problem changing the BIOS settings.
Get into the BIOS and verify if you are already using the latest BIOS version 1801. The processor supports memories up to 2133MHz, if they are working at higher speed downgrade it.
The processor base frequency should be 3.2GHz and save changes. Then, review if embedded graphics option is enable and working as primary option. Save BIOS settings.
Restart the system and try to boot (normal mode); if it is not possible, do it with the save mode. Go to device manager, display adapters and uninstall and delete the current Intel and third party graphics driver then, restart the system.
Try to boot again and install the graphics driver version 4444 available in the link below.
Let me know how it works.