Which graphics driver version have you used so far?
Do you happen to have a video card install in your system?
the video card is on board, and I can't install one because it's a T430 laptop, not a desktop.
the graphics driver version is:
Intel (R) HD Graphics Driver
Windows XP Service Pack 3,
Windows XP Tablet Edition 2005
22.214.171.12421 10 Oct 2012
The graphics driver I downloaded from the Intel site is:
Installs the Intel® HD Graphics Driver version 126.96.36.19937 (188.8.131.5237).
OS: Windows XP *, Windows XP Home Edition*, Windows....More Windows XP *, Windows XP Home Edition*, Windows XP Media Center Edition*, Windows XP Professional*, Windows XP 32-Bit Edition*>
I recommend you try the previously released graphics driver version at the link below:
Also update your video BIOS by updating your BIOS with your system manufacturer (Lenovo) from the following URL:
The BIOS and all drivers were updated from Lenovo's website. I'll try the other driver you suggested in the link provided.
I tried the old Intel HD 4000 graphics driver for the T430 laptop XP Pro 32 bit, and it did the same thing as the Lenovo driver. I also tried using the older Lenovo Intel driver that was on the Lenovo support site. The intel graphics property opens to the wizard, if you pick, basic or advanced, 2 windows show up minimized on the bottom of the screen. There is no way to maximize them, and you can only close them. If you pick the 3rd option, you get a window showing the resolution of the current display.
Wow.. 4 months and INTEL has given up. So much for INTELligence...
I had a similar problem with the Intel Graphics Control Panel. Try running an administrator-level CMD prompt
(right click cmd.exe and choose 'run as administrator' in "%windir%\system32\cmd.exe" where '%windir%' is where your windows folder is. default is c:\windows) and type "sfc /scannow"
If it finds errors and fixes them all, your problem will be solved.
**If not, try this fix:
Looking back now 2 years, I was kind of a dick. lol
Anyway, if your graphics control panel isn't coming up, make sure you are plugging your monitor into the onboard processor output.