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Windows* 7/8/8.1 Driver (32 & 64 bit) Version 3345

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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 7, 8, & 8.1.  The version is 3345 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.

 

Please provide only constructive feedback here.  Harassing comments, needless insults and personal attacks are not permitted, and will be promptly deleted.

If there are issues that carried over from previous drivers that you are still experiencing, feel free to announce them again here.  However, we are all mostly aware of some of these, so I will list them here;

NEW: The driver reports that you have support for DX11.2.  This is incorrect, you have support for DX11.1.

CURRENT:

  • Users with 3rd party cards installed alongside Intel graphics are experiencing various degrees of Code 31 and Code 43 issues.  These are being actively investigated, and we are working with 3rd party vendors to resolve them.  The latest we are aware of is that AMD* drivers are force-unloading our drivers, resulting in various issues such as loss of multiple-displays, brightness controls, etc.
  • Users with only Intel graphics are experiencing various degrees of Code 31 and Code 43 issues.  These are being actively investigated, and we are working with Microsoft* to resolve them.
  • Users are having Display Audio failures either over an AV/R, or via a straight through connection to their audio enabled display.  For starters, you need to uninstall the 3316 or later driver from your system, and install the one we provide via the Intel Download Center links posted above.  When you receive a graphics driver automatically via Windows* Update, it does not include the Display Audio driver that is supposed to be packaged with it.  This can result in unstable audio errors.

if I have missed any, it is not because we are not aware of them!  However, please feel free to remind me of them regardless.


If you are having trouble with installing the driver, it can be for various reasons.  Most commonly, it is because your system currently has a driver that was installed by your OEM, and those drivers present various error messages to the effect of "this driver is not suitable for your computer because your OEM said so!".  If that is the case, you should follow the Manual Driver Installation instructions to install your driver (this is prefaced by downloading the .ZIP version of the driver from the links above).


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.


Thank you for your feedback and contributions!

-Nic

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