Hello NTkot ,
The driver is available for Windows®8.1; you can download it at the following link:
Note: The driver or software for your Intel® component might have been changed or replaced by the computer manufacturer. We recommend you work with your computer manufacturer before installing our driver so you don’t lose features or customizations.
I'm sorry, after doing some reviewing I can see that it is available for Windows®10 only on 7th generation processors. you can see here:https://downloadmirror.intel.com/26404/eng/ReleaseNotes_GFX_154010.4542.pdf
It will not be available for Windows® 8.1, only for Windows®10 on 7th generation
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You can use drivers for Windows 10 64bit (only 64bit, as far as I know) for Windows 8.1 (should be possible also to install them on Windows 8, but I haven't test it). I use the driver win64_154512.4552.zip and the make following changes in file igdlh64.inf (in folder Graphics):
1. after line 203 add:
%iKBLULTGT2% = iKBLD_w81, PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_5916
2. after line 786 add:
CopyFiles=igfx.Miniport, igfx.UserMode, igxpun.Copy, igfx.UMWow , Opm.Copy , Installer.Copy , CUI.Copy , CUISDK.Copy32 , OpenGL_Gen9.Copy , OpenGL_Gen9.Copy32 , OpenCL_Cpu_Root.Copy , OpenCL_Cpu_System.Copy32 , OpenCL_Cpu_Bin_x86.Copy32 , OpenCL_Cpu_Bin_Tbb.Copy32 , OpenCL_Cpu_Common.Copy , OpenCL_Cpu_System.Copy64 , OpenCL_Cpu_Bin_x64.Copy64 , OpenCL_Cpu_Bin_Tbb.Copy64 , OpenCL_Gpu.Copy32 , OpenCL_Gpu.Copy64 , OpenGL_EGL.Copy32, OpenGL_ES1.Copy32, OpenGL_ES2.Copy32 , MSDK_w8.copy
AddReg = igfx_SoftwareDX11Settings
AddReg = igfx_SoftwareCommonSettings
DelReg = igfx_RemoveDeviceSettings
AddReg = CUI.AddReg
AddReg = CUISDK.AddReg
DelReg = CUI.DelReg
DelReg = CUISDK.DelReg
DelReg = VK.DelReg
AddReg = OpenGL_Gen9.AddReg
AddReg = OpenGL.Installed
AddReg = OpenCL.AddReg
DelReg = OpenCL.DelReg
AddReg = Common_AddSwSettings
DelReg = Common_DelSwSettings
AddReg = Common_DT_AddSwSettings
DelReg = Common_DT_DelSwSettings
DelReg = Common_Device_Specific_DelSwSettings ; Delete device specific regkeys
AddReg = PwrCons_KBL_AddSwSettings
AddReg = AlternateScramblerSupport_KBL_AddSwSettings
AddReg = MBO_KBL_AddSwSettings
AddReg = XVYCCFeature_AddSwSettings
DelReg = XVYCCFeature_DelSwSettings
AddReg = HSYNCFeature_AddSwSettings
DelReg = HSYNCFeature_DelSwSettings
AddReg = DisplayDPP_KBL_AddSwSettings
DelReg = DisplayDPP_KBL_DelSwSettings
AddReg = DisplayOptimization_KBL_AddSwSettings
DelReg = DisplayOptimization_DelSwSettings
AddReg = igfx_SLT_NB_AddSwSettings
DelReg = igfx_SLT_NB_DelSwSettings
AddReg = KBL_AUDIO_WA_AddSwSettings
DelReg = KBL_AUDIO_WA_DelSwSettings
AddReg = Display_Feature_KBL_AddSwSettings_Default
DelReg = Display_Feature_KBL_DelSwSettings_Default
AddReg = AUDIOWOVIDEOSupport_Disable_AddSwSettings
DelReg = AUDIOWOVIDEOSupport_DelSwSettings
AddReg = KBL_PANEL_DRIVER_AddSwSettings
DelReg = KBL_PANEL_DRIVER_DelSwSettings
AddReg = DISABLE_AUDIO_ENDPOINT_PRE_RS1_AddSwSettings
DelReg = DISABLE_AUDIO_ENDPOINT_PRE_RS1_DelSwSettings
AddReg = igfx_MC_AddSwSettings
DelReg = igfx_MC_DelSwSettings
;AddReg = igfx_WinTMC_AddSwSettings_ALL
;DelReg = igfx_WinTMC_DelSwSettings_ALL
AddReg = MSDK_4_0_AddSwSettings32
DelReg = MSDK_4_0_DelSwSettings32
AddReg = MSDK_4_0_AddSwSettings64
DelReg = MSDK_4_0_DelSwSettings64
AddReg = MSDK_Win8_MFT_Enable
DelReg = MSDK_Win8_MFT_Disable
RegisterDLLs = MSDK_w8_RegisterDLLs
AddPowerSetting = PowerPlanSettings
AddReg = TiledDisplay_AddSwSettings
DelReg = TiledDisplay_DelSwSettings
AddReg = LFPForceDitheringEnable_AddSwSettings
DelReg = LFPForceDitheringEnable_DelSwSettings
AddReg = igfx_MSI_HardwareDeviceSettings
AddReg = CoInst.AddReg
CopyFiles = CoInst.CopyFiles
MaximumNumberOfDevices = 2
MaximumDeviceMemoryConfiguration = 512
AddService = igfx, 0x00000002, igfx_Service_Inst
AddService = cphs,, CP_HECI_Service_Inst
;AddService = cplspcon,, CP_HDCP_Service_Inst
AddService = igfxCUIService188.8.131.52,0x00000800, CUI_Service_Inst
3. reboot your PC using "Advanced Startup" (Settings -> Change PC Settings -> Update and recovery -> Recovery -> Advanced Startup)
4. go to: Troubleshoot -> Advanced Options -> Startup Settings -> click Restart and after restart hit F7 (option 7)
5. after reboot in Windows open Device Manager and choose update driver (right click on MS video driver) -> choose Browse... -> choose Let me pick... -> open have disk and choose already edited igdlh64.inf (in folder Graphics) and confirm that you agree that driver is not digitally signed.
p.s.: hope that Intel will solve this problem soon.
Thanks for the post IvoMp.
I know this thread is a few months old, but I am trying to do the same thing noted here with the slightly newer HD Graphics 630 chipset. See No Intel HD Graphics 630 drivers for Windows 8.1? Looking for any hints on how to get started with a similar mod so that my machine will also recognize its internal GPU under Windows 8.1. For example, how did you locate or come up with the value:
%iKBLULTGT2% = iKBLD_w81, PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_5916
in your post above? Willing to spend the time if someone can point me in the right direction.
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We found this post very helpful and used it to support some 7th gen based systems on Windows 8.1. We found that the bits for Miracast were not included in this so here is what we did.
add a comma and the word "Miracast.Copy" to the CopyFiles= line in the section provided in this post by IvoMp. This provided some necessary Intel*.* files including .dll and .exe added to System32.
Now the Lenovo X270 on Windows 8.1 will connect to a wireless display where it would not before.
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In case somebody need driver for HD630 under Windows 8.1 x64 here you go:
I modded 184.108.40.20678 version as IvoMp suggested but changed it to match HD630 identifier. I also added more CopyFiles parametres to install all required files. Without that HDMI audio, Miracast and Vulkan libraries were missing.
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NTkot, where did you download win64_154512.4552.zip from? I found a copy but it turned out to be a beta copy and your solution doesn't apparently work on it..
I assume your solution only works on the final, release version of win64_154512.4552.zip?
EDIT: I've sorted out the driver issue using your advice, though paste locations were slightly different to the line positions you indicate. Line 203 was spot on though line 723 was some distance out.
So what I've done is to create a new ZIP file with the edited "igdlh64.inf" file, based on driver version "220.127.116.1152". SotYPL, I couldn't get your RAR file to work. However, the below ZIP file will work and I've tested it.
The new instructions are as follows:
1) Download "Intel HD 620 Windows 8,1.zip" from the following location:
2) Open an MS-DOS window in Admin mode by right clicking on the start button and selecting "Command Prompt (Admin).
3) Enter "bcdedit /set testsigning on".
4) Reboot the computer.
5).After reboot in Windows open Device Manager and choose update driver (right click on MS video driver) -> choose Browse... -> choose Let me pick... -> open have disk and choose already edited igdlh64.inf (in folder Graphics) and confirm that you agree that driver is not digitally signed.
6) Open an MDS-DOS window in Admin mode by right clicking on the start button and selecting "Command Prompt (Admin).
7) Enter "bcdedit /set testsigning off".
8) Reboot the computer.
If instructions 2), 3) and 4) don't work, then try the following:
1. Reboot your PC using "Advanced Startup" (Settings -> Change PC Settings -> Update and recovery -> Recovery -> Advanced Startup)
2. Go to: Troubleshoot -> Advanced Options -> Startup Settings -> click Restart and after restart hit F7 (option 7) to "Disable Driver Signature Reinforcement".
3. Go to instruction 5 above.
4. Reboot your PC using "Advanced Startup" (Settings -> Change PC Settings -> Update and recovery -> Recovery -> Advanced Startup)
5. Go to: Troubleshoot -> Advanced Options -> Startup Settings -> click Restart and after restart hit F7 (option 7) to "(Re)enable Driver Signature Reinforcement".
Hope that helps,