These computers that feature switchable graphics use a special driver to be able to switch between the Intel(R) video controller and a third party one. That driver is completely customized and only reported by the system manufacturer.
In this particular case, you should contact your Original Equipment Manufacturer in order to either find a way to disable a specific video controller (possibly through the system BIOS) or to troubleshoot this customized drivers that they provide for this system.
> I am running Windows 7 64bit. The version of the driver is 188.8.131.5262.
This sounds like an Nvidia driver to me. The latest Intel HD3000 ones are 184.108.40.2069. Google "Driver 220.127.116.1162" and you'll find lots of references to some Forceware stuff which is, I believe, Nvidia related.