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You can install that version, the processor may not be listed but that graphics controller included within the processor is on the supported products list. So, just give it a try.
Try one of these methods for the installation;
- For Windows 8.1; Manually Install an Intel® Graphics Driver in Windows® 10 and Windows...
- For Windows 7; How to Manually Install a Graphics Driver in Windows 7*
Let me know how the installation goes.
I just installed the new version.
I downloaded the zip file of win64_153628.4332
Then I update the driver. I reboot my computer. After that I found that the version is:
Actually I want version 184.108.40.20632. Why does it change to 10.18.14.4332 ?
dorayu, the version you downloaded was successfully installed. Let me explain why; please take a look at the last 4 digits, notice that the numeration is the same .4332. This indicates that the driver was indeed installed, below you will find a detailed explanation of the schema used by Intel to define the drivers.
Intel uses the following schema to define driver versions:
Driver Baseline: Differentiates different generic driver packages and is often assigned based on the supported platform(s) and operating system(s).
Revision: Used internally during the driver development cycle.
Build number: Last four digits indicate the actual driver number.