1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 11, 2014 7:51 AM by sylvia_intel

    Intel HD 4600 Crash

    Supertaco

      Hi, i brought a Lenovo Y410p, it's a great computer, it has dual graphics card, and one of them are the Intel HD 4600. The driver crashes constantly... I decided to update and i noticed that my driver it's old and a newer version it's available. But when i try to update get an error. My computer has a "customized" graphics driver and the "solution" is wait for my manufacturer to update the driver...

      Well... that's not going to happen...

       

      Is there ANY way to update my graphic driver?

       

      Thanks!

        • 1. Re: Intel HD 4600 Crash
          sylvia_intel

          Hello Supertaco, I’m sorry to hear that you are having issues with this system.

           

          I would recommend using only the Lenovo Intel HD Graphics driver for your Y410p. The reason why is because Lenovo makes many customizations to the graphics drivers.


          It is important to let you know that the drivers we provided are generic; therefore sometimes these cannot be installed on OEM systems or the installation of them could overwrite Lenovo’s customizations and possibly change the functionality of the graphics.

           

          If you are still want to install our drivers, you may try forcing the installation by performing manual procedure, however I cannot assure you they are going to work as expected.

          See here for instructions:   Graphics Drivers — Computer manufacturer graphics driver detected    

           

           

          If operating system is 32 bit based: Intel® Download Center       

          If operating system is 64 bit based:   Intel® Download Center