I found this answer in one of the similar topic
Thanks for joining the Graphics community.
Actually, I do not see any problem at all, the latest graphics driver is version 126.96.36.199.3958 and the same build number is 10.18.10.3958
See readme file for more information: http://downloadmirror.intel.com/24329/eng/Installation_Readme64.txt
In my unziped pack in txt file is nothing stated as in the one provided in the answer.
My one looks like
Release Version: Production Version
Driver Version: 188.8.131.52.3958
Microsoft Windows* 7 64
Microsoft Windows* 8 64
Microsoft Windows* 8.1 64
Release Date: October 3, 2014
and all other info down to bottom.
But if this answer is correct so my question could be closed then.
no I cant do this now until I get the an answer to the next question.
Why Intel update utility offers to install newer drives then I have newest installed, why is that messed up,
packet itself has one ID number and driver inside packet had different ID number ?
As it sound crazy and not logical, utility states you have older driver installed you may download newer driver
and update your older one but at the end you know that the utility lies for as you have newest installed .:D
Yes, I agree with you, Intel driver update utility suffered a serious regression recently. Previously it was an Activex for Internet Explorer and a Java application for other browsers. Recently it was re-designed into a windows desktop application, but this re-designing came with serious flaws. Most notably being:
-missing drivers and software for various classes of hardware components;
-numerous false positives like you highlighted in this thread,
The Intel® Driver Update Utility show be providing the latest information. We have received reports from customers saying the Driver Utility does not work correctly.
If you uninstall the driver completely from device manager, you can try running the Intel® Driver Update Utility and it will show you the latest driver 3958 but maybe is a different Package number.
You can also try installing the latest driver by downloading the driver here:
Dear Kevin I have used all possible ways to install newer drivers downloading it manually or trough the utility the same problem or its seems no problem at all as i have latest drivers. But the fact is that driver ID and package ID are messed up. Manually downloaded package with its ID installs driver with next ID , update utility tool will do the same it offers new driver while you have new installed . Id say only one as for Intel its unacceptable.
Time ago you could use auto check up of the drivers you have trough the browser now we have to do by downloading and installing Intel utility tool (software) or to search manually by device we have in our pc. Thirst try is utility tool as it is automated system so simple next step is to download manually as automated is failing. I think that would be an answer to you if I have understood you correct.