I am trying to update the drivers on my computer as a program I am trying to use (DragonFrame stop-motion) says that they have to be updated to use it. I have tried the Intel Driver Update Utility but whenever I try to start it this happens:
I have also tried manually downloading some drivers from this page, under the Intel® HD Graphics for Intel® Core™ Processors:
I tried the .exe versions, but they all gave me this error:
I also tried downloading some drivers from the Lenovo website:
But all of them are dated before I even bought the computer, and when I installed them it didn't fix the problem.
I am not exactly sure what to try next. I have seen some people saying on this forum that you can try manually installing drivers, if you get the .zip files instead of the .exe files. Would that be a good idea? If not, does anyone know how I might fix the Intel Driver Update Utility problem? Please let me know, thanks.
Here is some information about the computer:
Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Intel Core i3 M380
4.00 GB RAM
Intel HD Graphics
And also attached are a bunch of files that this thread talked about:
Don't know if those are helpful or not... Thanks.