My best recommendation is to do the BIOS update. This BIOS can be obtained from the OEM side.
Once it is updated, check for the latest chipset and ME driver provide also by the Computer Manufacture.
You can also uninstall the graphics driver by doing these steps:
You can download the driver at this location:
Ok I downloaded the .exe version, not sure it makes a difference but when it finishes extracting the files it comes up with an error:
"This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software"
This is the only thing I did reading your reply, I am a little confused by the OEM side, the OEM of what? The Processor?
Could you please provide some info on what I should look for? Once I have that I'll do a quick google for BIOS updates from whatever the OEM is.
With my notebook its Intel i5 M645 - I had the same problem
1.) That error is found when I use 64bit software in a 32bit Computer
2.) The Intel i3 or i5 or i7 series has different generations and I found that error
3.) That error is found when I use 32bit software in a 64bit Computer
4.) Therefore no one knows which diver I should use.
Strange that Intel made it and a company sold yet nothing to explain what to use - correctly
I find it strange to be bullied or goat me into buying something else when I just recently
bought this just because Microsoft decided to create a different version of Windows
Which therefore can make it useless to use the newest version of Windows or useless to use Intel.
What I meant by “OEM” was the manufacturer of the motherboard you’re using. There are no processor drivers, so if you’re looking for chipset drivers, you need to contact the motherboard manufacturer. For example, if you have a Dell system, you should contact Dell.