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The reason why you cannot install that driver is because you have the Intel® Core™ i3-530 Processor with the regular Intel® HD Graphics and not Intel HD Graphics 530, in other words, the driver you want to install is not compatible with your system.
Now, you have the Intel® Desktop Board DH57JG with the Intel® Core™ i3-530 Processor and these two units does not support Windows®10.
I mean you can install Windows®10 on these products but your system will not be stable and you will see issues like the one you’re experiencing.
The latest graphics driver for your system are available through Windows® update and Microsoft might be able to push one to your system but I cannot guarantee that it will solve your problem.
You can also see Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Graphics Products
At this point, for you to have a system more stable you will need to go back to a previous Windows® version like Windows®7 or maybe Windows®8.
I’m sorry this is not what you want to hear but unfortunately this is the reality with Windows®10 and the system you have.
wow this is great I've been wondering why my elitebook laptop with i5-2510 (or whatever) has been randomly turning to scrambled multicolored video crash while playing video games like League of Legends and Archeage. This answers it though. It has always had windows 10 since I bought it I guess I will revert and find out if it stabilizes.
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I’m glad that the information was useful for you. If you roll back to a previous Windows version please let me know how it goes.