Can you verify a few things for me real quick;
1. What is your display adapter?
2. Is your Win8 installation 32 or 64 bit?
3. The download page you linked has multiple results, which one specifically are you trying to install?
My display adapter is:
Adapter Type: Intel(R) HD Graphics WDDM 1.1
Chip Type: Intel(r) HD Graphcis (core i5)
DAC Type: Internal
Adapter String: Intel(R) HD Graphics
Bios Information: Intel Video Bios
I am running 64 bit Windows 8
Here is the driver I used for windows 8 that returns the error message:
Intel® HD Graphics Driver for Windows 7* and Windows 8* 64 (exe)
Operating Systems:Windows 7 (64-bit)*, Windows 7 Enterprise, 64-bit version*, Windows 7 Home Basic, 64-bit version*, Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-bit version*, Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit version*, Windows 7 Ultimate, 64-bit version*, Windows 8, 64-bit*
If I keep my old driver, the windows 8 preview driver or the windows 7 driver my HDMI Output doesn't work either. The HDMI out put was working before when I was using the windows 8 preview but now it no longer works with the full version of windows 8 64 bit.
Thank you for your help!
Thanks for that information. I forgot to ask, who is your laptop manufacturer? Additionally, can you give me the full model name of your CPU?
It's and HP Envy 14 Laptop
The CPU model is: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU M580 @ 2.67GHz
Thanks again for the information. The processor you are using supports Intel® HD Graphics™, whereas the driver you're attempting to download is for Intel® HD Graphics™ 4000/2500 & 3000/2000.
There are currently no drivers for your processor for Windows 8, aside from the in-box driver provided by Microsoft. I will look into this more and see if I can come up with a solution for your problem.
Please run Windows Update. A new driver for Intel HD Graphics (First Gen) is available now.
I checked my update history and driver events and it shows that this update has been applied however the HDMI output doesn't work. The monitor turns on when I plug the HDMI cable in but then turns off. I've tried multiple cables but nothing is working.
To confirm, are you currently using the Windows Update supplied driver (version 126.96.36.19902), or still using the 2875 driver?
If it's still the latter, please uninstall that driver and run the Windows Update again to grab the 2702 driver. Let me know how it goes.
I have the same problem with the same Laptop
I have rolled back the driver to the 188.8.131.5202 driver but still no luck.
Updated again to 184.108.40.20658 and still nothing.
Where to from here?
I am also having the same problem with the same laptop. Did any of you get the switchable graphic card option working? I did and then I selected power saving gpu and I lost the option from the menu to switch back to my ATI. Any ideas? How is the HDMI thing working anyone solve it yet?
I had given up on this as well. BUT
I was manually fiddling with the driver versions, trying again, restaring, try, restart try etc , and then when I had given up, I unplugged and then replugged in a VGA cable to a monitor....... and that enabled the HDMI to working......
Of course your circumstances may require more voodoo, but maybe try this!
I can repeatedly have the HDMI not work on reboot, until I plug a VGA cable in. At that point both the monitor enumerates properly via HDMI.
IT HAS TO BE A DRIVER ISSUE. Rebooting to Windows 7 on the same machine, and in prior use for the last year+ it works fine with HDMI.
Intel. your CPUs rock. Your drivers for graphics suck. This is a core i7 (620m) which was once you your top premium mobile chip in what was a protoype "ultrabook" of a Toshiba R700. To not make sure it works at launch with Windows 8 is a crime. This is not some obscure linux distro here.
I have the same problem, but it's more generic.
I'm trying to connect and HP Pavilion p6-2390 desktop to a Dell S2340T Touch Screen monitor and the computer won't boot to that monitor.
I tried using a DVI to HDMI adapter to connect the computer to the monitor through the supplied HDMI cable.
That was the recommendation in a joint conference call between HP and Dell Technical support.
The computer has no video card, just the onboard Intel Graphics HD (no version specified).
The display adapter is 220.127.116.1128
I'm not very technical so I'm at a loss.
Anyone got any ideas about what to do?
Can you provide a copy of your dxdiag for me to review please?