I suggest you to do the following. Right click Windows 10 icon (lower left on your display), select Programs and Feautes; from the new window uninstall and delete the current graphics drivers (both Intel and Nvidia). Then, restart your computer.
Pre-build systems require custom drivers, it is better to install the drivers provided by Lenovo website. The latest tested Intel driver is 4416 and Nvidia 5435/4240
Verify if your laptop has already the latest BIOS and chipset driver.
The latest generic driver for HD 4600 is 4463 (Win10); if you want to give it a try, follow the steps below:
1-Download the zip file of the driver from downloadcenter, unzip and keep file in the desktop.
2-Turn Internet connection off
3-Go to device manager>Display Adapter, right click Intel HD graphics and select uninstall driver (check delete box)
4-Restart the computer
5-Go to device manager>Display Adapter, right click over Microsoft generic driver select Update driver, browse search for graphics folder at desktop (step 1)
6-Restart system and review graphics driver version installed from device manager or Graphics control Panel.
Windows® 10 graphics driver v.4463
Hi Mike, thank you for answer
I follow your first instructions and update BIOS first at last revision 2.23 I have 2.22! Uninstall nVidia driver (I don't have Intel driver in system) then downloaded & installed Lenovo Video drivers 435MB big package but on end I have same results (nVidia ones are installed successfully but your (Intel not). maybe is problem in Microsoft basic display adapter driver which is beta revision according of GPU-Z
Now I going to try your last suggestion...
I try also and second part of your suggestion and no luck I also uninstalled Microsoft driver and disable my Anti Virus ESET Internet Security before trying
I also post topic at Microsoft and Lenovo forums on Microsoft one I got an suggestion (I tried it with no effect) on Lenovo I didn't get any suggestion yet
Hybrid technology is disabled only the Nvidia graphics are working in your system. I suggest you to install the application Lenovo ThinkVantage System Update; it will scan and install the latest drivers and BIOS for your computer.
You can download it from the link below:
ThinkVantage System Update for Windows 10 (32-bit, 64-bit), 8.1 (32-bit, 64-bit), 8 (32-bit, 64-bit), 7 (32-bit, 64-bit) - Desktop, Notebook, Workstation
I want to inform you that I resolve my graphic driver install problem on this way:
- I uninstall nVidia drivers with DDU program in safe mode
- Then I try to install Lenovo graphic driver package from safe mode and it been successful your Intel drivers on this way been installed on my notebook without problem
- I find that nVidia drivers cannot be installed from safe mode and I run setup of it from Lenovo driver package from normal Windows
Now everything works well but Microsoft update warn me that it have update for your drivers I didn’t hit on install yet
I will inform about result
Sorry for delay of answer
Microsoft update of your drivers still give me error. + I always must install OEM lenovo version of your driver from Safe Mode first I going to install a fresh version of Anniversary Version of Windows10 and I will inform how things going after it (For now I have Windows 10 Anniversary update which is installed via Windows Update)
Intel I would give you an suggestion
Start works on deeper cooperation with notebooks OEM and AMD & nVIdia on productions of better drivers which will work on all machines (OEMs don't update its graphic drivers to date and this is important to us games)
What you think are good idea to ask nVidia for suggestion too about my problem?
Things going very odd on my machine after I made fresh install of Windows 10 Anniversary Edition + updates I find that your drivers now work without problem on my notebook but now nVidia ones makes problems Nvidia Control Panel won't to be open both generic and OEM look:
and when I try to open nVidia Control Panel I got this
I Gonna to be crazy!!!
Thank you for the outcome provided.
Did you install the Intel HD Graphics drivers first, then the NVIDIA drivers?
You could also disable the Intel HD Graphics from device manager, then install the NVIDIA drivers and check performance.
Here the latest for Intel HD Graphics 4600: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26347/Intel-Beta-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-10-and-Windows-7-8-1-15-40-?product=88345
Here the latest from NVIDIA: http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/108322
Please let me know how it goes.