In this case, if you have the Intel® graphics and the Nvida card on your laptop, the best driver for your system is the one provided by your computer manufacturer. Intel® offers generic drivers and you computer manufacturer may have altered the features, incorporated customizations, or made other changes to your driver, so for this reason the proper driver for your system is the one provided by your laptop manufacturer.
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Thank you for the information, being that the case you can install the driver version 220.127.116.1124. Please be aware that if you also have the Vulkan driver you can have both drivers installed and to install this Intel® generic driver I suggest you to manually install it.
Your system most likely has switchable graphics so for this reason I recommend updating both drivers, but make sure you install the Intel driver first.
yes, the best driver for your system is the one provided by your computer manufacturer, but you wont find it in case you have recently upgraded from windows 8.1 to 10, for Intel HD 4600 for Windows 10 drivers you can take help from here.
Download the new driver, unplug Internet cable or disable internet wireless connection (windows 10 does auto update, you can disable windows 10 driver auto update also), uninstall the old driver, and then install the new one. Then reconnect internet.
You can try installing the driver manually, please follow instructions:
Please download the zip driver:
This driver fixes some games and applications issues that were seen across platforms.
- The driver in self-installing format (exe) is intended for end users.
- This driver in zip format is intended for developers and IT professionals.
Not sure what to download?
Not sure if this is the right driver or software for your component? Run Intel® Driver Update Utility to automatically detect driver or software updates.