Correct, Intel HD Graphics 3000 is not supported for Windows 10*
The driver 4229 is the latest available for Windows 8.1*
You could disable each of the graphics adapters in the device manager to find out which works the best.
I apologize for any issue this may have caused!
Hi VS228, try this drivers Catalyst 16.2.1 UnifL: http://leshcatlabs.net/forums/showthread.php?tid=1176
The drivers are up to date to May 30, 2016 - Intel v.10.17.10.4229, AMD v.16.301.1901.0
I use them on my laptop with Windows 10 Pro x64 v1607 14393.447, AMD Radeon HD 6700M and Intel HD Graphics 3000 and works fine.
Hi Esteban, I understand, but Intel does not provide support for dual graphics card, only the manufacturer, like HP in this case.
So, my recommendation is based in my experience because I had a similar problem and these drivers worked for me on Windows 10.
Yes, I understand your point, Francisco77
I just wanted to make things related to support clear in order to avoid misunderstandings :)
In case you require any further questions answered in the future, feel free to reach us here or any other support platform.
Hope you guys have a great week!
Is it compatible with AMD Radeon HD 7400M?
Installation instructions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks and regards
UnifL stands for `Unified Leshcat Drivers`.
Those drivers are based on latest AMD + Intel Drivers and aimed to support laptops (and Desktops too) powered with:
• AMD 5xxx/6xxx/7xxx/8xxx/Rxxx Series
• Intel HD/HD2000/HD2500/HD3000/HD4000/Iris/Haswell/Broadwell CPU Embedded Graphics
UnifL drivers are designed and tested on x64 versions of Windows 7/Windows 8.1/Windows 10,
however it should work on Server Editions (i.e: Windows Server 2008) as well.
Unified Leshcat Driver Manual v1.5.2 11.01.2016: http://leshcatlabs.net/manual_chm/
I hope it helps.