If you're using Win10, and 15.40 is available for you through WU, please use 15.40. This is the correct driver branch for Win10. The other driver listed is for Win7 & 8.1.
I would advise checking the manufacturers website for a 15.40 driver and install that whenever possible rather than using the Intel generic version though. OEM drivers can contain fixes specific to their hardware that you most likely want. Thanks.
Hi there! Bryce@intel, Did you check the attachment?Im using intel driver update utility, Coz i wanted to update my laptop display which is Intel HD Graphics 4600. So I will just update the Intel Iris Pro? it's the one with 15.40. But in my pic the intel HD Graphics latest version shows 15.33. And when i update iris it goes 15.40, but it is beyond the latest version that shows in the picture for Intel HD Graphics Driver..
Yes I saw the picture I said WU instead of IDUU by mistake, thanks for catching that. There's two versions listed because both drivers support HSW so when it systematically pulls up all drivers that support Win10 and HSW, it finds and offers both choices. I'd advise selecting 15.40 though because it is a WDDM 2.0 driver which is developed for Win10 and has the added Win10 feature capabilities. If it instead installs a higher version than shown in your pic, all the better for you. It found and installed the latest driver for you.
To further follow up on this, I was told IDUU currently doesn't have the ability to tell that 10.18.15.4256 (MSFT #) is the same as 220.127.116.1156 (Intel pkg - inc. Audio driver) so it offers both.
This is a known issue and we're working to resolve it. Thank again for bringing this to our attention.
Hi Sir Bryce!@Intel, sorry for being inactive lately, was busy with life.. anyway,
everytime i try to update my graphics card to 15.40, windows 10 always
downgrades it back to 10.18 =( what am i supposed to do T^T.. there is no
option in windows 10 to choose what/what not to update..thanks in advance.
15.40 and 10.18...
10.18 is the Graphics driver version which Microsoft will show in all informational reports like Device Manager. 15.40 is the Intel package, this also contains the audio driver. The last 4 digits will reflect the same driver between both if they are the same driver though. Notice 4256 is the same last four digits in my previous message? That indicates they're the same driver.
Yes but when i check Intel Driver Update Utility 2.2 After Updating to 15.40.. it shows the latest driver i have is 15.40.. so that's ok. But when Windows 10 updates on its own, It reverts back to 10.18 when i check Driver Update Utility 2.2..