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Judging from the 2nd screenshot you try to install Kabylake under Windows 8.1
Your old driver build 4528 had been accidentially (?) released by some manufacturers e.g. Gigabyte.
But Intel doesn't support this combination:
7th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) processor family
Microsoft Windows® 10 64-bit Only
You would have to install drivers with modified INF and disabled driver signatures and hacked Windows updates at your own risk.
Best choice would be though to install Windows 10.
If you are afraid of Windows 10 telemetrics, check out: [Guide] Disabling Windows 10 Automatic updates and "spyware"
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At the following links you can check how some users were able to modify the INF in the graphics driver to make it work for Windows® 8.1.
Unfortunately this driver is only supported on Windows® 10 with the 7th generation processor, so any modification to the driver will be under your own risk.