I understand that your unit has started behaving in a weird way after updating the Windows from 7 to 10, I apologize for any inconvenience.
For having a better insight and also to better assist you with your request, I will need to check some information about your computer. Please follow these steps:
1. In the keyboard, press WinLogo key + R.
2. In the Run box please type dxdiag and hit Enter.
3. Click on Save All Information (save it in your desktop).
4. Attach the report to this thread.
But it's not something that happened when I moved, or was forced to move from Windows 7 to Windows 10. The display diver(s) worked fine under Windows 10 up until about 2 months ago. Windows 10 updates itself and after one of it's recent updates, it went south. I posted in the M$ forum about this and some tech told me they would be getting it resolved. They explained that it was a known issue that Windows 10 update was installing the wrong driver for the adapter. Further they explained that I could "hide" the driver or "Roll Back" the driver. I tried everything they recommended but nothing would stick As soon as Windows restarts or even with just the machine going to sleep, or it updates again, the problem returns.
This is some crappy thing called "SuperFetch" has been wrecking havoc with my computers. Honestly, M$ has taken the "Personal" out of what we used to call a PC. The consumer no longer owns the computer, the OS manufacturer does and that's a sad thing indeed.
Here is the run of the diagnosis program you asked me to run. This was done after a fresh install and update of Windows 10 done just a few hours ago. Hope this helps.
DxDiag.txt.zip 14.2 K
Thank you for your response,
I appreciate you taking the time to provide me with the DxDiag. As I can see, the graphics driver is a little old so I would like to first start with the latest graphics driver we have.
Please refer to the following link:
Download the ".zip" file and the follow the next steps:
1 - Unzip the file to a designated location or folder.
2 - Right-click Windows Start icon and open Device Manager.
3 - Click Yes when prompted for permission from User Account Control.
4 - Expand the Display adapters section.
5 - Right-click the Intel® graphics entry and select Update Driver Software.
6 - Click "Browse my computer for driver software".
7 - Click "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer".
8 - Click "Have Disk".
9 - Click "Browse".
10 - Access the designated location or folder, and access a folder called "Graphics".
11 - Select the file called "igdlh64" or "igdlh".
12 - Click Open, then click OK, and finally click Next. Drivers are now being installed.
13 - Reboot your computer