i read the post and i have to install a driver called - NEW- Intel® Iris™, Iris™ Pro, and HD Graphics Driver update posted for Haswell and Broadwell version 184.108.40.20622. but it does not match my laptop is core i3 do know any driver that is similar to it???????
What processor do you have?
Also, why do you have to install a driver? The link I provided was only explain the difference between DVM and SVM.
intel core i3-4030u cpu @ 190ghz
i know i saw the difference i read the second post there was a link to a driver that if i installed it may help me improve the dedicated memory to 512 Mb so i tried but it didn't match with my laptop
This link will tell you what graphics your processor supports: Intel® Core™ i3-4030U Processor (3M Cache, 1.90 GHz) Specifications
With that information, this link will tell you what operating systems are supported: Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Graphics Products
Look down the list until you see 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors with Intel® HD Graphics 4400 and click on that link. That will take you to the drivers for your graphics.
Also, note that there is only support for Windows 10 64-bit (if windows 10 is your OS).
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By default, the Intel graphics driver will report 128 MB of fictitious Dedicated Video Memory, in your case the Intel® HD Graphics 4400 has a graphics max dynamic frequency of 1.00GHz, but this value is dynamic meaning that it will be reached when needed, if an app or game requires it, this value will be reached; however, it will no be visible. In most cases, the computer manufacturer has already configured the system to use the maximum amount of graphics memory that is possible for your particular computer model. Sometimes you can change these values through the BIOS, but if there are no options available in the BIOS configuration then is not possible to change it. So, my recommendation is to check with your computer manufacturer if there are tips on increasing the amount of graphics memory for your computer model.
If you are interested in additional information see graphics memory frequently asked questions: