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    Intel HD Graphics 1st gen Drivers - Windows 10 TUTORIAL (100% WORKING)


      Hey guys,


      Looking for weeks on how to install Intel HD Graphics drivers (1st gen) on Windows 10, I found a way to do this, it's working nicely for me, and I'm sure it will work for you too.


      Just follow these steps:


      PART 1:


      1 - Download your driver file (.zip) for Windows 7;

      2 - On the folder, look for another folder, named "Graphics";

      3 - Open the file "kit51428.inf" (I don't know, but on recent drivers it looks like the name of this file has changed, but there's only one ".inf" file inside this folder);

      4 - Copy everything under [IntelGfx.NTamd64.6.0] (or equivalent for 32-bit) and paste it under [IntelGfx.NTamd64.6.2];

      5 - Save the file.

      PART 2:

      6 - Before you run the Setup, you have to restart the system on a different way, like it's made on this video, to make possible to install unsigned drivers on your Windows;



      7 - Now, you can run the Setup inside Intel Driver's folder;

      8 - The system will probably ask you if you want to install unsigned drivers, just click OK;

      9 - After the install, you will have all the features you had on Windows 7;



      Sorry for the terrible English guys, despite this, the tutorial is accurate.


      UPDATE!!! Windows 10 will eventually try to remove your driver (OF COURSE, IT'S "UNSIGNED" RIGHT?) and restore to Microsoft's one... To avoid this, Microsoft released a tool, here's the link, just follow the instructions and disable Microsoft's driver update on it... https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930 That's it... Now you can play your games, use your HDMI, watch videos with a better quality etc.

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