This type of error has been reported at Intel and several solutions were posted at the following URL:
When you install the latest video drivers, I recommend forcing the installation of Intel generic drivers by performing manual procedure, see here for instructions:
Download the zip version of the video driver: File name: win64_153332.zip
I have gone through these documents and none of the solutions have worked for me. Because this is only happening on two machines with identical motherboards and CPUs, I feel it is an incompatibility with the Intel driver itself. It almost seems like the driver is incorrectly identifying the hardware and misconfiguring itself on install. Do you have any other suggestions?
Locate and install the latest graphics driver from your computer or motherboard manufacturer.
I have done this using both the drivers from MSI as well as Intel, no effect.
Find and install the latest generic version of the Intel® Graphics Driver.
I have also done this step using the Intel Driver Update Utility 2.0, no effect.
Update the Microsoft* .NET Framework software on your computer:
.NET Framework is version 4.5.2 (latest), no effect.
Ensure that your Microsoft* operating system is up to date:
Windows 7 x64 is fully updated and patched on both systems, no effect.
Does the issue occur frequently or is it a random issue?
Issue occurs constantly when Internet Explorer is open, less frequently when at idle but still suffers bursts of driver crashing (see above screenshot)
When was the last time the system worked without errors? What changes were made since this time, such as driver updates, adding hardware, or installing software?
On the new build, this has been happening since day 1. This is on a bare Windows install with all the service packs and updates.
Do you have the latest system BIOS for your computer?
I have run the MSI Live Update utility to update every conceivable driver including BIOS and VGA BIOS. No effect.
Does the issue happen when your monitor is set to a particular setting?
Monitor is running native 1920x1080 @ 60Hz. Issue occurs even when no monitor is connected (connecting via remote software)