Hello I have the exact same issue. I have seen a few posts about this. It's highly irritating with the flickering and makes the game unplayable at times. I tried disabling the driver and runing nvidia but the intel programs seem to be causing conflict issues.(no audio, fps problems, error messages, default driver requirements)
I have seen in this post and others that an update is coming. I got an update today, not sure if intel fixed this problem in that update but it's still having the same problem. Is there any time frame for the update? Do I have to unistall the intel driver and download it again? I tried that yesterday. I know there is testing that has to be done and a host of other things. Seems to be a common problem but no central place to get any answer. Thank you for your time.
We just published a new Beta driver that should address most graphics corruption in Fallout 4* and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition*.
Please review all the information on this Beta before doing the installation: Intel® Beta Graphics Driver for Skyrim SE* and Fallout 4* for Windows® 10 and Windows 7*/8.1* [15.45]
We appreciate all the feedback you can provide us on this Beta.
The new Beta driver seems to be working perfectly fine with me all the texture glitches found in the screenshot have been rectified, characters,trees and other assorted meshes have all been rid of the grey patches.
The ONLY problem i have found in the latest BETA patch is a delayed startup into Skyrim:SE.
Since I have installed the patch, when I open Skyrim:SE it opens up with a black screen and plays the opening soundtrack for around 2 seconds then stops with a seemingly "frozen" game.After waited 15 seconds the Bethesda logo pops up and the soundtrack continues.
I have reinstalled Skyrim:SE multiple times and have gone through the same testing done that i went through with the Texture glitch but the problem still persists.
I thought it could have been my HDD but when i installed Skyrim:SE onto my separate SSD the problem still remains"the startup is quicker though" but the bug still goes through its process.
Thank you for your feedback. Sorry to bother you, but could you please attach a copy of the graphics report, DxDiag.txt and DispDiag? This should help us identify if there is something in particular from your Hardware configuration that could be triggering this behavior.
Information on how to get these reports here:
Is anyone else experiencing this delay at startup?
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I would like to let you know that we have reproduced this issue in our test lab.
We are currently working on a fix (internal bug ID 1804675760)
As soon as we have more details we'll update this thread.
I just bought a new ASUS laptop, IC i7 - 7500U, 8GBRAM with Windows 10 as OS and I'm having this glitches issue too.
I tried to download the drivers you published a while ago, that should address the problem but I can't figure a way to install them, when I try to do it with the .exe, an error message appears, and when I try to do it with the compressed file, windows says me that the drivers are up to date.
Can I get some help please? Thank you very much!