Oh i also forgot to mention that i have Windows 7 Proffesional 64-bit
If that makes any difference
Try starting in safe mode with networking. Hammer F8 multiple times immediately when starting
up pc. A start menu will come up. Then select the second to top option for " Safe mode with networking.
PC will load generic vga driver for safe mode but the driver table will still tell Intel Driver Identification Utility that an Intel Video card is present. It must detect your card as an Intel to use the driver Identification utility. In addition, you need to have the latest Java driver (I think version 51). Prerequisites: Java needs to be loaded with your IE 64-Bit browser then load the Java into your IE 32-bit browser. It seems since Firefox is a 32 bit browser on 64-bit windows confuses the Intel Driver Identification Utility. Reboot after installing Java and then set Tools Internet Options Advanced "Use JRE 1.7.0_51..." and restart again. Then when you connect to Intel support Driver Identification Utility "Check your system for updates" it will ask you to "Run As" select current user and okay then it will ask you at the bottom of screen to accept download of Husdawg Active X and also ask you to allow it to run. It will then appear to crash and say "...something like intelcheck.exe is not a valid 32 bit app or something else' and you just select OK. It will hang for about 20 seconds and then run and show your drivers (Given that they are intel devices. Good luck and cheers, hope this helps. >>>SUCROMATIC
I am sorry to hear that have had issues with the Intel Graphics Controller on your computer.
I would need more information in regards to your system configuration:
The exact processor model on your system:
Click the Windows icon, and then right-click Computer .
Select Properties .
Find System Type on the Properties window, and then note the processor model.
Does this problem occur with drivers provided by the board or computer manufacturer?