According to your computer specifications may come with Intel(R) onboard graphics or ATI or Nvidia graphics. If the automatic tool detects Intel HD Graphics, I recommend checking with your computer manufacturer for any other driver available for your computer model.
Again, it appears that Intel(R) drivers are already installed on your computer.
Got the driver to install properly.
I had to go onto the BIOS and change the graphics option from PCI-E to Onboard.
I then put the driver on again.
Then booted it into safe mode, and then it installed correctly.
Booted it up normaly and I get all the features.