What operating system are you running?
What is the model number of you system or motherboard?
Note: the Intel Driver Update Utility is intended for Intel Boards.
What is your processor model number?
How do I find the model number?
Most of this information can be found if you right-click on "this PC" or "Computer" in Windows, and select "Properties".
There you will find the processor model number, operating system, and maybe the system model number. If not, you will have to provide the system model number or motherboard model number.
You should have some of this information yourself. Is it a desktop or laptop? And, you should know what OS (and 32 or 64 bit) you are running.
Did you upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8x to Windows 10?
Are you having trouble with graphics? Do you know what graphics you have?
Provide answers to the questions and we can help.
I don't know where to find this stuff. It's a desktop.
I upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Also, Are the model name and the model number the same thing? Because I found the model name.
Ok, download this utility: CPU-Z | Softwares | CPUID select the SETUP-ENGLISH version,
Run the utility.
On the CPU tab, you will find the processor name. Provide that information.
On the motherboard tab, you will find the manufacturer, and model number. Provide that.
On the graphics tab, provide the GPU name.
I couldn't find the motherboard model number, but here are all of the other specs:
Processor name: Intel Core 2 Duo E8500
Motherboard Manufacturer: LENOVO
GPU name: Intel (R) Q45/Q53 Express Chipset (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.1)
Your processor and graphics are not supported on Windows 10.
This is your processor:
Look way down this page under "legacy" and you will see the chipset is not supported.
There are no drivers or INF files available for Windows 10. Windows 10 already has the information you need.
I suspect you have a graphics issue, which is why you were looking for drivers. Sorry, there is nothing available to help you.
Now, if your PC is a desktop, and it has an available PCIe x16 slot, you might be able to find a compatible graphics card that is supported.
Unless you get a new/newer machine that is supported on Windows 10, that is the best you can do.