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Hello LT_Paul ,
That message indicates that your computer manufacturer does not allow the installation of generic Intel graphics drives. You are required to install drivers from your computer manufacturer, however, you may try forcing the installation of Intel generic drivers by performing manual procedure, see here for instructions: How to Manually Install an Intel® Graphics Driver in Windows® 10 &…
Before start installing the driver uninstalled the old driver first, and then you can follow manual procedure to install the driver.
Also see how to Uninstalling the Intel® Graphics Driver and Intel® Display HDMI/Audio Driver
Note: Once you install the “generic” driver you will overwrite any customizations your system manufacturer made to the driver specific for your system model.
Thanks. But i did something different. I went to Control panel>Device manager>Display adapters>Intel (R) HD Graphics 4000>Driver>Roll Back Driver. After rolling back drivers from 2013 to 2006, i tried to install newest drivers again, then it worked! There was no issues, or something. After installing, installation asked me to restart my PC. After restarting, i went to Device manager again, Double clicked Intel (R) HD graphics 4000, then to drivers, and then i saw that my driver is 10.18.10.4226. So it worked!! I'm happy now. Still thanks for reply!
Sorry for bad English, I'm from Lithuania.