2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 30, 2018 6:03 AM by Bigint

    What is Correct Driver Version for Intel HD Graphics 4600




      The PC spec is a Lenovo G510 laptop, Intel i7 4700MQ CPU @ 2.40GHz, 8GB RAM and 1TB Seagate Barracuda ST1000LM048 - 2E7172, running a Windows 10 upgrade.


      A few weeks ago I had a new hard drive fitted in my Lenovo G510 laptop. Before I took the PC to be repaired the installed video drivers were [Intel VGA Driver for Windows 10 (64-bit) Version], but when I got the PC back from the shop it had the following drivers installed [Intel HD Graphics 4600 drivers Version].


      Since the PC came back from the repair shop I don't have the graphics studio software or the Realtek audio manager, so I want to install the drivers again, but when I go to the Intel or Lenovo support sites I cannot find the version of the drivers now installed by the repair guy (Version


      I'm wondering which official source can I get the new drivers from please, so I can put them back if anything happens when I try to get the graphics suite and sound studio software back on?


      If Intel HD Graphics 4600 Version is an official driver why is it not listed on Intel's site under Intel HD Graphics 4600?


      Also, how do I get the RealTek Audio Sound Studio Manager app that has the different sound settings like room, stone floor and disco back please?


      The Lenovo site shows the original factory sound drivers as [Audio Driver (Conexant) for Windows 10 (64-bit) - Lenovo G510 – Version Conexant], but when I got the PC back I had these installed [Conexant, Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher].


      Both drivers appear to be Conexant, so why is the sound studio missing?  Can I get just the sound studio on its own please?