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    Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316


      Greetings everyone!


      We have officially launched our latest driver supporting 3rd and 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors with Intel® HD/Iris™ Graphics for Microsoft* Windows 8.1.  The version is 3316 and is available at the following locations.


      32-bit:  Download Center - Release notes here.

      64-bit:  Download Center - Release notes here.

      Also; Windows* 8/8.1 Graphics FAQ.


      Since this is our first official driver to support Windows* 8.1 - we are very excited to hear your constructive feedback.  We have a good track record with these feedback pages in the past though   So feel free to continue contributing any/all constructive feedback here.  Additionally, if there are issues that carried over from previous drivers that you are still experiencing, feel free to announce them again here.


      I ask that you preface the feedback with a bolded heading so that it will be easier to identify, example: Control Panel: It would be cool if X was added.  BUG: This application is now crashing and it didn't with the last driver!

      I also ask that you keep focused on this specific driver.  Any off-topic/off-driver/off-product comments will be promptly deleted!  If you have any issues with installing the driver, or are unable to get to the driver download pages linked above, please submit those comments in an original thread. Also, please do not message me directly about issues with the driver, keep them in this thread - I will check it daily.





      EDIT: We are currently collecting the following information.  For both users who have already posted here, as well as users who are going to post here, please provide the following information:


      * Which error are you having?  Code 43 or 31 (Other)?

      * Do you have a 3rd party graphics card in your system? (aka Discrete Card, Add-On Graphics Card)

      * If so, what is the make/model of that card?

      * If so, what driver do you have installed for that card?

      * What is the make/model of your system? (full model name please)



      I've got a specific data call for users who meet all of the following criteria;

      • Do not have a 3rd party graphics card installed in their system
      • Are experiencing either Code 31, Code 43, black screens
      • Have driver 3316 installed on Windows* 8.1


      The data request is as such; We need to collect the complete 'System Driver' information from your system for investigation purposes.  In order to provide us a copy of this information, follow these steps.

      1. Start -> Run -> msinfo32
      2. Expand the 'Software Environment' section
      3. Select 'System Drivers'
      4. File -> Export -> Give the file a name
      5. Attach the file to a response here



      Thank you very much!


        • 1. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316


          I can not install the driver because my system say the driver is not valid for Windows 8.1. I use now driver version from 09.16.2013. By the way, WiDi works not too on my system maybe it is about the old driver?

          I use an Asus Zenbook U32

          Intel Core i7-3517U

          Intel Centrino N-6235 with driver version from 08.22.2013


          Kind regards,


          • 2. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316

            Hi Jenswede,


            Can you send me a screenshot of the error message?  Also, have you tried installing the driver via the Manual Driver Installation method?  Desktop graphics drivers — Have Disk Driver Install Steps For Microsoft Windows 8* & 8.1*




            • 3. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316



              Good afternoon.  The device is not functioning with this driver, and the error message I get is "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)."


              I have a Toshiba Satellite P75-A7200.

              It is running Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600.

              Core i7 Processor.


              I had downloaded this update earlier today a number of times on my own to no avail.  I was also on the phone with Toshiba tech support for over two hours doing many many uninstall/reinstalls.  Nothing worked.  They were ready to do a full system restore and try again from scratch.  I stopped short of that in hopes that something less drastic could fix the issue.


              Primary problems here are inability to export to other monitors and some flickering on graphics intensive websites, especially those running Flash.




              • 4. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316



                On my Samsung Ativ Book 8 , I cant to manage brightness. Can you solve please.



                • 5. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316
                  Connor Poole

                  BUG:  external monitor hooked up through display port will not display.


                  Specs: Samsung Series 7 17.3"

                  i7-3615QM with HD 4000

                  8GB ram

                  Windows 8.1 pro 64 bit


                  Windows detects the monitor just fine and the intel graphics control panel detects the display as well. But nothing can be done to make anything display to the monitor.


                  Yesterday I uninstalled 3316 from the control panel, and uninstalled it from the device manager. Then upon reboot I installed the older  3165 drivers. This fixed the problem until windows update automatically upgraded my drivers. To stop this windows update must be set to not automatically install updates. However for now I have the external monitor working with the 3165 drivers


                  MANY users are having this problem and have started a thread https://communities.intel.com/thread/45614?tstart=0

                  • 6. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316

                    BUG: Intel(R) Graphics HD 4000 Driver for Windows 8.1 (Not Working Properly)


                    I have an Asus K55A with an Intel core i5 processor.


                    I installed windows 8.1 today and now my graphics adapter's driver is crashed. I cannot view multiple monitors or adjust my screen resolution settings as it is defaulting to the default microsoft driver.


                    I have updated to Driver Version:




                    I still get this notice in the device manager:


                    This device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device. (Code 31)

                    Object Name not found.


                    Can anyone advise, as I MUST have multiple monitors for work.



                    • 7. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316

                      Yes I have tried. Computer say that i have installed latest version of driver.

                      Here a screenshot.Test.jpg

                      • 8. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316


                        I posted already in the other thread about this problem. Maybe it would help you to repeat my problem and solution also here.

                        BUG: I have intel DZ77GA-70K mother board and Intel 3770K processor and PC monitor attached to

                        Intel HDMI output and Sony TV attached to AMD HD 6450 HDMI output (using Catalyst driver). I used Windows 8 Pro with Media Center 64 bit and the above setting worked without problems  with extended displays or using one or the other display. After updating to the Windows 8.1 the things first worked OK. However, after automatic updating to the driver 3116, the Intel Graphics still worked during the post, but the PC display , attached to its HDMI output turned black after entering into the Windows 8.1. When I reverted to the Sony AMD display as primary and entered the OS , the Intel driver reported  problems, so I could not use the PC monitor. 

                        SOLUTION: I began experimenting with older drivers and changing various BIOS video settings (enabling AMD card as primary etc.) and also with changing the AMD card, but  at first to no avail. At last I set (using the second AMD card (HD 5450) in the motherboard BIOS the Intel graphics as primary and the option to enable the integrated graphics if primary and using automatic AMD drivers manually reverted to the driver 3165. The driver worked flawlessly and I could again use both monitors. Then I manually applied once again the driver 3116 and to my surprise it also worked flawlessly. It worked also when I reinstalled the first AMD graphic card. So basically in my case,  this issue has been  solved. Both monitors have worked flawlessly ever since. To my opinion, changing and experimenting with the motherboard BIOS video settings and the manual application of the Intel drivers were crucial to this solution. Of course, changing the motherboard BIOS video settings would be different on different computers, so this solution is not directly applicable to other  computers.


                        • 9. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316



                          So, I installed the Intel 4600 driver dated 06-07 on the Toshiba manufacturer website for my computer.  It worked!  I am no longer getting an error message and was able to seamlessly export video to my tv.  I am also able to adjust my resolution easily and the rest is all working fine too for the first time since the update to 8.1.  I anticipate a newer driver that will actually be compatible at some point, but for now, this will hopefully work.  The driver specs for those that wish to follow suit:


                          It is dated 5/7/2013.

                 is the number.  I'm sure you can find it somewhere on the Intel website.


                          Thanks!  I'll be keeping tabs to see when something newer becomes available.

                          • 10. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316



                            in my case, and after installing the driver 3165, which worked OK, I reinstalled again manually (with the package in the Intel Download Center) the newest driver 3116 and it has been working flawlessly. So it seems that there is basically nothing wrong  with it, only the automatic updating process was obviously doing something inappropriately. Maybe you should also try to reinstall this driver, so you don't have to worry about automatic

                            updating of the driver in Windows Update. After all, you know now that you can always revert back to the working 3165 driver.

                            • 11. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316

                              Operating an HP Pavilion 15-e030 and after migration to Windows 8.1 got BUG black blinking screen after restart. Started in Safe Mode, disable Intel Graphic driver, boot again and checked driver's version using Intel discovery tool to get confirmed installed. Tried to manually re-install but no improvement, same problem with black screen blinking when Intel driver enable. Seems many others facing similar problem, wishing to get a sustainable fix without having to rollback to older driver.


                              Message was edited by: Patrick Le Fevre Contacted HP Support in Sweden and they have no clue about such problem! Suggested to update BIOS (Done), Chipset (Done), to rollback AMD graphic driver to 2013-04-11 version (Done) without any improvement. Next step suggested is to rollback Intel Driver to version (I'll test tonight).

                              • 12. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316

                                BUG STILL NOT FUNCTIONING!!!


                                Self built PC with i5 3rd gen, with HD 4000, prior to win 8.1 functioning perfectly. Now my 2nd and 3rd monitors are not working.  Devicemanger.pngThiis is after a clean install of windows 8.1.


                                Downloaded the driver from the top of this page, it went through installation just fine asked for reboot, rebooted machine, cam back up, and monitors still not working, so this is what I found in device manager this time.

                                devimanger 1.png

                                So I did as I was told, and restarted again, remember second time it told me to reboot.  Now I have this again, so no luck for me.

                                Devicemanger 2.png

                                I rely on my second and third monitors, sure would like to have them functioning again, thanks.

                                • 13. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316

                                  Hello. How can i setup custom resolution with this driver version (or any driver that uses this new layout)?

                                  • 14. Re: Windows* 8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) - Version 3316

                                    When my pc resumes from sleep I get no audio with these driers. I am using hdmi pass through to my receiver. This wasn't a problem when using Windows 8.

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