Hi Ahmet , well I dont know the solution of ur problem but I have another problem.
I have an ASROCK Z68m/USB3 motherboard and I am also using my onboard video-card which is also a intel HD graphics card.
The manufactor says in the specifications that it also supports 3D , like blu-ray 3D etc.
When I install the driver it does comunicate with my tv and it shows 3D and I am using Total Media Theater.
But a while maybe after a restart or I dont know when , somehow my videocard doesnt seems to connect correctly with my tv anymore. I have normal view but I dont get any 3D anymore only the "old" "Green/Red" style.
I already sended a email to asrock for a solution but it didnt help at all.
Can u or anyone help me with this issue ??
r3un1on, thanks for the answer, but it didn't work:( setup program runned, but it gives the same error after I pressed next button
How can I learn the version of latest driver for my laptop?
can you post a screenshot from error message ?
If intel HD Driver will not be installed, use Windows update.
I dont know about Laptop with Intel HD Graphics.
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You already have the newest driver for your system. Newer drivers won't work.
Thanks, that's what i am trying to know:) So Intel software support for my HD Graphics is over:)
So is their any solution for Freezing Screen and "Beeep" sound that forces me to restart computer??
Note that the version you have is the only one from this year that mentions mobile in the description on the download page. That's not always a sure-fire way to tell (I've seen builds NOT marked with mobile install on laptops), but for 1st-gen HD Graphics like I believe yours is, it may always be true.
Official support for generic Windows 7 drivers might be over, yes. Maybe you could try a current customized 15.26 driver but I have no idea if this helps in any way.
ahmet, what is the hardware ID number of your Intel HD Graphics hardware?
the Vendor ID and Device ID should have been listed when you posted that picture.
Open Device Manager (devmgmt.msc), expand the Display Adapters section, double-click on Intel HD Graphics to view its properties, click on the Details tab and change the property that says Device Description to Hardware IDs.
hardware IDs should begin something like this:
I censored those numbers on the picture:) Are they necessary for the solution?
Your system is Gen 1 Intel HD Graphics. The latest driver currently available for you system is 22.214.171.124.2622. It appears by your screen capture above that you are currently using the 2622 driver. The 15.26.xx driver will not work on First Gen HD Ggraphics.
thank you very much:)
it worked. Freezing problem probably continues, but i updated the driver.
i have problem to install HD GRAPHICS set