Are you using the Intel Driver Update Utility? If so, that is intended for Intel Boards.
Are you trying to update your graphics on Windows 10? If so, provide your processor model number, and your system/motherboard manufacturer and model number.
Yes, I'm using the driver update utility. And yes I am trying to upgrade my graphics card to Windows 10 but the other test I have ran said they are all up to date. As for the processor number, it's 2.60 GHz if that's what you mean. The system manufacturer is Dell but I can't seem to locate the number for that.
We need the processor/cpu model number.
On Windows 10, go to START, SETTINGS, SYSTEM, ABOUT and get the processor model number.
Every Dell machine has a model number. Look on the back or bottom.
Okay it's Dual Core CPU E5300
The product ID is 00326-10010-60859-AA951
This is your (Worfdale) processor: Intel® Pentium® Processor E5300 (2M Cache, 2.60 GHz, 800 MHz FSB) Product Specifications
It is not supported on Windows 10: Intel® Processor Support for Microsoft Windows® 10
Your graphics are also not supported.
If your machine is a desktop, and you have an available PCIe x16 slot, you might be able to find a compatible graphics card. Otherwise, you will have to continue with the Microsoft generic driver.
There is no chipset INF available for you. Windows 10 already has the information needed.
In addition, versions 10.x and newer do not support processors and chipsets this old. You need version 9.x or older - and, as Al has pointed out, versions 9.x and older do not support Windows 10.
You should never have upgraded this machine to Windows 10 - and shame on Microsoft if they forced you into it. Why they pushed it onto machines this old when they had no intention of supporting it I will never understand...