By "update tool" you mean the Windows-Update tool, right? Have you tried to download the driver directly from the Intel support site and installing it?
Your problem sounds like the drivers weren't installed after all and Windows does a fall back to the generic MS driver. After installing the v4501 driver (no matter if update tool or by direct download), what does the Windows device manager show?
mate you are totally wrong! Updates are installed device manager shows new driver signature only installing new driver old control panel is deleted and new one is not installed, and im getting crazy settings at windows desktop settings like two screens merged in two one or some other several different size screens those doesnt exist in reality an so on. And no no generic drivers are installed as they are blocked form installing.
Same problem for me. Was running 4483 from Windows Update on Windows 10 14393.105 x64.
Found 4501 on the Intel download pages. Installed. Driver version got updated as verified in Device Manager.
Context menu entry for Intel "Graphics properties..." was missing.
Found Intel HD Graphics in the control panel. But clicking it does nothing.
So the configuration UI is missing for me on the latest Windows 10 release version.
Uninstalled driver. Let Windows search and install the 4483 again and the Graphics Properties are back and working.
i used intel driver update utility and it offered me to download the latest 4501 drivers for my hd 530 graphics. It downloaded .exe file and i got problems mentioned by me and you. Later i went to intel driver site and downloaded .zip file but got the same story and had to go back to previous drivers.
OK, thanks for clarification.
I installed the v4501 by .exe file on my NUC6i5SYK (Iris 540) and NUC6i7KYK (Iris Pro 580) without any problems (OS is Windows 10 64bit latest build).
SvenC : What CPU do you have?
Yes, seems like Iris 540 / Iris 580 are fine. Maybe it's related only to HD Graphics 530, but let's wait for SvenC's answer about his CPU.
I'm just trying to nail down the problem a bit, so it's easier for Intel to reproduce it and fix the drivers.
If you don't want to wait, you could try these:
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Thanks Loeschzwerg, for the help and the information on this thread.
Lucanas, we sell our Intel chipsets and processors to third party manufacturers like HP* and they design their own computers with their own features, settings, and capabilities. For that reason they add their own features to the drivers, to meet the exact specifications on their computers.
If your computer is having problems with our generic Intel graphics drivers, the best you can do is install the latest customized driver released by HP, We recommend you work with your computer manufacturer before installing our driver so you don’t lose features or customizations.
You can try uninstalling current driver version installed, using this method;
- Open the Device Manager.
- Find the Intel Graphics Driver.
- Right click Intel Graphics Driver and select Uninstall.
- Select the check box
- Delete the driver software for this device.
- Reboot the computer after the uninstalling process has finished.
And this method to install the driver manually
How to manually install an Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows® 10
Intel® Beta Graphics Driver for Windows® 10
Hope this helps
Regarding customized manufacturer drivers !!!!! They are outdated and applications doesn't work with them. The last drivers provided by HP for HD 530 are released in 2016 January. As i have mentioned Version: 126.96.36.199.4474 works just fine with no problems just the newest ones 4501 got troubles. If 4474 works then 4501 should be fixed.
I created the diagnostics files but could not find a way to attach them here in the forum. Do you have a mail address to send them to?
Some parts of the diags from my system back on driver 4483 which works for me. The driver which could not display the graphics properties is driver 4501.
--Edited by Bryce@Intel-- attached logs as files
FYI, 'how to attach files' is found in the sticky instructions.