Search your GPU at MS update catalog:
188.8.131.5231 - 81,3 MB seems to be the latest
Take it or find a full installer elsewhere...
1) I don't think that's the correct driver for the Pentium N3700's graphics chip.
If I look at the Supported Hardware IDs tab of all those driver packages they usually go down to the SUBSYS (VEN_8086&DEV_22B1&SUBSYS_101A1D05) instead of just the VEN and DEV.
Also, why wouldn't Windows 10 X86 just auto install that driver then if it was in the MSU repository? I checked for updates with Windows Update to no avail and it's not listed on Downloadcenter.Intel.com either. Why wouldn't Intel's Driver Update Utility recommend this driver, too?
2) It seems that driver is bugged (Broken Driver 184.108.40.20631 (Windows 10, i5-4210M, HD 4600)
3) What's the difference between:
Intel Corporation driver update for Intel(R) HD Graphics Windows 10 and later drivers,Windows 10 and later upgrade & servicing drivers Drivers (Video) 9/29/2016 220.127.116.1131 81.3 MB Intel Corporation - Graphics Adapter WDDM1.1, Graphics Adapter WDDM1.2, Graphics Adapter WDDM1.3, Graphics Adapter WDDM2.0 - Intel(R) HD Graphics Windows 10 and later drivers Drivers (Video) 9/29/2016 18.104.22.16831 81.8 MB
If I decide to take the risk which one do I need?
1) drivers w/o SUBSYS_IDs are generic, those with SUBSYS_IDs are probably customized and/or tested for a particular vendor.
I have no idea how MS auto update or Intel's utility make their decisions.
2) / 3) both CAB files seem to have the same content
To be on the safe side create a "system restore point" before installation.
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Thank you very much to Stefan3D for providing all the information above.
In regard to your inquiry, yes, as you mentioned before the latest driver for the Intel® N3700 processor is the one released back in July 2015.
To answer your second question, both drivers are the same, the actual version on the driver is listed on the last 4 digits of it, so if the last 4 numbers are the same like: 4531, it means it is the same driver even if the description on it is different.
You can always try driver 4501 or 4531, the PC will not suffer any damage, worst case scenario the driver will not get installed, and you can also install it or un-install it manually:
Install graphics manually:
Un-install graphics manually:
Also you can always disable the Windows® 10 driver updates:
Any questions, please let me know.