1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 15, 2011 10:49 AM by Diego_Intel RSS

    just install Intel® Processor Graphics 3000 driver 8.15.10.2559, windows aero can't work! Help me!

    hidagamers

      I just install Intel® Processor Graphics 3000 driver 8.15.10.2559,

      When I try start windows experience index :

      ComponentDetailsSubscoreBase  score
      ProcessorIntel(R) Core(TM) i3-2332M CPU @  2.20GHz6.5
      1.0
        Determined by lowest  subscore
      Memory (RAM)2.00 GB5.5
      GraphicsIntel(R) HD Graphics Family1.0
      Gaming graphics816 MB Total available graphics  memory6.1
      Primary hard disk105GB Free (140GB Total)5.7
      Windows 7 Ultimate

       

       

      Display adapter typeIntel(R) HD Graphics Family
      Total available graphics  memory816 MB
            Dedicated graphics  memory128 MB
            Dedicated system  memory0 MB
            Shared system  memory688 MB
      Display adapter driver  version8.15.10.2559
      Primary monitor  resolution1366x768
      DirectX versionDirectX 10

       

      Why this number show?

      and when I try drag a window to right and left, my monitor become blue transparent for a second moment.

      Help Me

        • 1. Re: just install Intel® Processor Graphics 3000 driver 8.15.10.2559, windows aero can't work! Help me!
          Diego_Intel

          Hello,

           

          I just tried loading a previous version of the driver and then installed the latest generic version on our site and the Aero index is improved, and there are no signs of any issues when dragging windows to one side to another.

           

          I have attached the reports.

           

          specs.jpgtest1.jpg

          test2.jpg

           

          In this particular case I suggest you to try using the customized driver that is provided directly by your system manufacturer. As you may know the drivers on our site are generic versions, that may not be properly optimized for all hardware platforms due to the changes done by each Original Equipment Manufacturer, therefore is it always recommended to use the customized drivers provided by your motherboard or system manufacturer instead of a generic driver.