Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
Please try installing the latest Intel® generic driver, you can download it here:
Before installing the Intel® generic driver uninstall the one you have installed and then install the new version manually.
Please see Uninstalling the Intel® Graphics Driver and Intel® Display HDMI/Audio Driver and how to Manually Install an Intel® Graphics Driver in Windows® 10 and Windows 8*/8.1*
Please let me know how it goes.
Installing reference Intel drivers didn't help. The problem still persists. Enabling Hyper-V disables Intel Graphics Control Panel and slow down the graphics performance.
Thank you for the information, please allow me to further investigate on this issue.
Once I find some information or resolution I will post it here.
I would like to let you know that the following issues show as fixed in our latest 15.40 internal build:
1. Multiple non-existing monitors show up when Hyper-V is enabled.
2. Graphics Control Panel is not available when Hyper-V is enabled.
We appreciate your patience while we post this new driver on DownloadCenter.intel.com.
I'll update the following thread once the driver is officially released:
We just posted a new 15.40 test driver.
Details can be found here:-NEW- 15.40.4624: Intel® Graphics TEST Driver for Windows® 7*/8.1*/10 [4th & 5th Generation]
Please give this one a shot and let us know your feedback.
By the way, we apologize for the delay in getting this one out.
It does still happen on 4624 beta, moving window feels laggy. pressing starts feels laggy when hyper-v is on. it feels like everything is running at 15fps or somewhere near that.
Unfortunately same here. The graphics lags on the beta driver as with the regular ones.