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Bear in mind Intel makes available generic versions of the Intel® graphics drivers. However, Intel always recommends that you check with your computer manufacturer and use the latest Intel graphics driver provided by your computer manufacturer. Your computer manufacturer may have altered the features, incorporated customization, or made other changes in the drivers they provide for your computer.
If the issue persists with the graphics driver from system manufacturer I recommend the following troubleshooting steps:
For the rendering issue roll back to the Previously released graphics driver since there could be a problem with the latest graphics driver version. Here is the link:
For the Newblue Titler Ex issue, I recommend you contact the developer for additional information and troubleshooting assistance.
On issue 1 I reinstalled the graphics driver from the Toshiba website and I am back to normal working, so thanks for that. I guess what threw me is that the Intel Driver Update Utility did not report a customised Manufacturer driver so I thought it was ok to proceed.
On issue 2 New Blue have confirmed that the TitlerEX will not run HD 4000. Disappointing, because I checked the system specs for the Movie Suite before purchase and it says HD 4000 is ok. New Blue seems to think it's ok that a customer isn't told the full specs required, but at least Sony have acknowledged the problem and are putting things right.