Intel Core i5-4210H 2x2.9Ghz
8GB DDR3-1600 MHz
nVidia GeForce GT840M
Intel HD 4600
Windows 10 Issues
Hi. After my Windows 10 Upgrade, I decided to install the "Intel® Iris™, Iris™ Pro, and HD Graphics Production Driver for Windows* 10 64-bit".
This driver also causes this issue that videos have graphics issues, have a look into "-1-.bmp" , and in the internet also, the rest of an internet site gets lost, have a look into "-2-.bmp".
Installed various drivers, same results..
Internet issues also on W 8.1
This production driver appears to be riddled with the same installation headaches and incompatibility issues that plagued the beta drivers. I'm getting the same issue, where windows 10 is disabling the adapter/driver, and not allowing the Intel control panel to be run. I've tried about a dozen different combinations of installation order/method, all with the same results.
Error 43 in device manager.
Drivers are often referred to by either build number or driver version. Please take a look at the information about graphics driver version numbers:
I believe there is a problem with this driver on the Microsoft Surface Pro 3- under the Intel Graphics Control Panel Custom Resolutions, the Timing Standard option is no longer present. It is therefore currently impossible to add a custom 3840x2160@50Hz resolution (as was possible in Windows 8.1 with the latest Windows 8 Intel driver) as all options exceed the available display bandwidth.
Ref. my other post here with full details: Issues creating custom resolution since Windows 10 (Timing Standard option missing)- Intel HD 5000 on Surface Pro 3
Seems like there is a lot of bugs on this driver. I'll try to list every thing I have found.
*Problems during video playback.
Some .mp4 files only shows black screen on the default media player in Windows 10 AND Windows Media Player but it still plays sound. Most .mp4 files work properly (Note that this doesn't happen on Windows 8.1 using the driver version 188.8.131.5251, prior to updating to Windows 10, some .mp4 files are just showing black screen.)
*Graphical artifacts while watching YouTube Videos.
Graphical artifacts are sometimes observed while watching YouTube videos. Screen tearing is also observed.
I don't know yet if it happens on offline playback.
I am currently using Firefox ver.39 with HTML5 video player.
Here is some screenshots of what happens when watching a YouTube video. Graphical artifacts and screen tearing problems.
The video returns to normal after about 2 seconds, then happens again at random.
*Taskbar sometimes flickers to a white box, icons flicker too.
This happens at random but it doesn't happen on Windows 8.1.
*A webpage sometimes becomes blank when you Alt+Tab or minimize it.
Not really a big issue because minimizing it again or reloading the page makes the page back up again.
*Unplugging or plugging the AC adapter from laptop causes black screen.
This issue is still not fixed even though this has been happening on video driver version 4222 (probably only happens on Intel HD 4400 driver.)
My System Specs:
Product ID: HP15r110dx
OS: Windows 10 64-bit (Latest build)
GPU: Intel HD 4400 (using the production driver for Windows 10 version 184.108.40.206.4256
CPU: Intel Core i5-4210U
RAM: 6 GB
Just installed windows 10 on my HP ENVY 15-j000
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
GPU: Intel HD 4600 and NVIDIA GT 740M
CPU: Intel Core i7-4700MQ
RAM: 8 GB
The issue is with the Intel HD graphics control panel. In windows 8 there used to be a collage option to allow laptop users to use multiple external displays however in the windows 10 version that option seems to be removed. I chatted with intel tech support and they advised that I post the issue in this thread. Will windows 10 driver be updated so that collage mode will be restored? If not is there another way I can use multiple displays with my laptop? Thanks!
Same video tearing issues here using the latest Win10 driver on my Sony Vaio Duo 13 (Intel Core i5 / HD 4400 Graphics):
Tearing is terrible (using HTML5 video). Choppy and video tearing watching Flash video. Affects Edge, Chrome and Opera.....but not Firefox (go figure?). This driver needs fixing quickly!