This is most likely a setting in the mother BIOS, do you have hybrid graphics enabled?
I would suggest trying to install the Intel graphics driver but remove the graphics card first just to see if this device is interfering with the installation. Let me know if this works.
I already tried that and unfrotunately it didnt work. My BIOS does not have settings for hybrid graphics, i can only choose whether i would like to use PCI-Express or just PCI for graphic output, today i took out my Radeon card and tried to run computer with Intel HD only, in return i got 5 bips witch stands for no graphic card attached on my motherboard. I also tried taking out battery to reset CMOS, stil it didn;t work. Honestly i don't know what is left to do, I think i have tried everything. Since launching that Windows Experience Index i can;t get my intel HD to work. Also if it changes anything, i noticed that since Experience Index actualisation whenever im playing World Of Tanks my PC just shuts down, just like it would lost power. It doesn;t happen in more requiring games like GTA 5, and also it didnt happen before Experience Index actualistaion. Is it possible that during upgrade of Experience Index, Windows messed up my power supply?
If you got motherboard beep codes indicating no video when you remove the video card, then you probably have a problem with the motherboard, this happens before the system boots so I don’t think this would be an operating system problem. I suggest the next step to be to call the manufacturer for support.