According to Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Graphics Products your legacy SandyBridge GPU is not supported by Intel under Windows 10.
The driver you have currenty installed has been provided by Microsoft and is the only one available.
I have the same query and would like more info. My gaming manufacturer (Big Fish) after performing a diagnostics, directed me to an update for my Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1, Toshiba Portege that has the Intel (R) HD Graphics 3000 installed; Driver Date 7/13/2015, Version 9.17.104229. When I tried to make the recommended installation I received this error message: "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the win64_15.36344889.exe software." All devices I have checked say, "The device is working properly."
My real question is what, other than the graphics driver, would prevent my computer from downloading new games and not responding when clicking on a downloaded game. If the device is working properly, but is no longer supported by Intel, can that still be why I can no longer download and install these games?
As an aside, I ran this computer in Safe Mode and was able to open two games, Scrabble and Burger Shop 2. The former has no graphics to speak of. The latter has limited graphics. , Unfortunately, I do not know what to do with this information to fix the problem.
Thank you for letting me tag on to the original post for this issue.
...Intel (R) HD Graphics 3000...
When I tried to make the recommended installation I received this error message: "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the win64_15.36344889.exe software."
HD 3000 is a 2nd generation GPU (code name SandyBridge)
Driver 22.214.171.12489 is for 4th generation GPUs (code name Haswell) as described at Download Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows 7*/8.1* [15.36]
Thank you, Stefan, for your speedy reply.
Just one more thing if you can answer this.
Does getting the message that "the device is working properly" mean that the driver is not the problem regarding downloading and opening the games?
Device manager exposes this message for every successfully installed hardware. Check your mouse, network adapter, whatever.
This does not mean that a driver is free from bugs.
Thank you so much, Stefan. I will check these out.