There is nothing to get. The G41 is simply not supported under Windows 10. You cannot change the chipset.
If your device is a desktop PC, and you have an available slot, you may be able to find a compatible graphics card and use that.
Also, attempting to load other drivers will ultimately render your system to an unusable state. The best you can do for now is to continue using the Microsoft generic driver.
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Thank you Al Hill for the information provided.
At this point, the another option to get drivers for Intel® G41 Express Chipset would be to go back to Windows 8* or Windows 7*
With those OS you will be able to get drivers from Windows updates (W8) or directly from us (W7).
Hope you can get this working fine :)
If any further inquiries are present, feel free to contact us back.