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Specs: 6 gb of ram Intel hd 4000 i5 3210m First do Windows Update, select give me recommended updates and Windows should automatically find the latest. I originally bought the machine with Windows 7 and did the upgrade to Windows 8 by means of the Acer offer. Right click on the device and select 'Uninstall' - you need to get back to running the Windows OS provided driver, rather than any Samsung-supplied Intel one.https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Search Result.aspx? I then upgraded later to 8.1 and since those two OS upgrades the graphics driver update hasn't worked. After that you can install the downloaded latest driver by running the [Edit]: Okay, so everything went without a hitch... Boot into safe-mode and try again, also with admin privileges. (very stupid suggestion)Run "dxdiag" (Win Key+R, type dxdiag, hit enter). I'm just confused becuase i have 8.1 and hd 4000 and it doesnt work. I'll try to get back to you with some ideas when I'm not quite so sleep deprived! Can i have a step-by-step to make sure i'm not doing it wrong and also, should i download the zip or the exe?

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First time poster.) I have intel HD 4000 integrated GPU (i know it sucks but bear with me). You said "it just pops up a giant red x and then closes out." Does that literally happen? Letting us know what that error message says (if it exists) could be useful. Make sure that you indeed have an intel HD 4000 and Windows 8.1 4. I looked through it and couldn't see anything that would help diagnose your problem, but it can't hurt to get a second pair of eyes on it. When i had windows 8, the driver updates from that website worked perfectly. thanks Use the driver that was downloaded using that Intel automatic updater tool.

I need to upgrade my graphics drivers for windows 8.1. Hopefully, it should work for you since it's still a "Intel" driver I will try it OK so when i download it and extract the zip it comes up with a lot of files and programs and such. I used that to install the drivers for my laptop and Desktop. I used that to install the drivers for my laptop and Desktop. I hope I'm not wasting your time with this answer, but it sounds like it might be the driver you're looking for. (You mentioned in the OP that something said "drivers are not available for your system," is that the error message? anyway, I suppose these (stupid) suggestions couldn't hurt to try! Then go to device manager select the i GPU, update drivers and browse to that folder location and install it. If not, then you'll have to use what you've got for now, and wait a bit longer before trying it again.

I have a samsung laptop but they never have the latest graphics driver available through their software updater. When i click the program name "setup" it just pops up a giant red x and then closes out. I got the latest drivers for my HD 3000 from here https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx? I got the latest drivers for my HD 3000 from here https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx? Go to control panel and open up Windows update ON the left click change settings, then click on give me recommended updates the same way I receive important updates, and set it to check update but let me choose whether to install them. If it find it, it should be in the main update list or inside optional updates. There are some who also have HD4000 i GPU and after managing to install 8.1 drivers, after the driver update, they're stuck with a black screen.

I just need it for the optimizations that windows 8.1 gives to gpus. When i try to download the drivers from the intel website, it says that the drivers are not available for your system even though i have a intel hd 4000 and a windows 8.1 64 bit system. Go to control panel and open up Windows update ON the left click change settings, then click on give me recommended updates the same way I receive important updates, and set it to check update but let me choose whether to install them. If it find it, it should be in the main update list or inside optional updates. I have an Intel HD 3000 graphics card in my Acer Aspire M5 Ultrabook and I'm also having no success with updating the driver each time it's offered to me by Windows update. To get Windows to allow the update, you need to get rid of the previous driver.

I seem to remember after I had upgraded the OS that I came across a notification, I think it was on the Microsoft site, indicating that the Intel graphics driver needed to be uninstalled BEFORE the OS upgrade was undertaken otherwise there would be problems and sure enough I have experienced them, both failed driver updates and resolution issues. (You may need to stop Windows attempting to download the replacement before you install your new on.) Have a look here get confidence.

I also read that the only way out of the problem is to do a complete OS reinstall.

It would have been helpful if Acer had have put this vital information on their upgrade instructions as I followed them to the letter to make sure the upgrade went smoothly which it appeared to do until I attempted the driver upgrade.

You said "it just pops up a giant red x and then closes out." Does that literally happen? Letting us know what that error message says (if it exists) could be useful. When i had windows 8, the driver updates from that website worked perfectly. The red x was for a different driver suggestion that another person had. The problem there is that the one from the manufacturer is the one i am currently on.

[Edit]: Okay, so everything went without a hitch... I'm just confused becuase i have 8.1 and hd 4000 and it doesnt work. Anyway, today on the Intel driver automatic updater tool i get a notification that there is a new driver for my pc(before it didn't) but when i download it, i get an error saying that i should get it from my computer manufacturer.

I'm going to try to install them myself and see if I get the same error (I also have an HD 4000 and Windows 8.1) I'll let you know what happens! Boot into safe-mode and try again, also with admin privileges. When I do the ones that you suggest it says that the drivers are not compatible with my system.

The red x was for a different driver suggestion that another person had.

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  1. Specs: 6 gb of ram Intel hd 4000 i5 3210m First do Windows Update, select give me recommended updates and Windows should automatically find the latest. I originally bought the machine with Windows 7 and did the upgrade to Windows 8 by means of the Acer offer. Right click on the device and select 'Uninstall' - you need to get back to running the Windows OS provided driver, rather than any Samsung-supplied Intel one.

  2. https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Search Result.aspx? I then upgraded later to 8.1 and since those two OS upgrades the graphics driver update hasn't worked. After that you can install the downloaded latest driver by running the

  3. [Edit]: Okay, so everything went without a hitch... Boot into safe-mode and try again, also with admin privileges. (very stupid suggestion)Run "dxdiag" (Win Key+R, type dxdiag, hit enter). I'm just confused becuase i have 8.1 and hd 4000 and it doesnt work. I'll try to get back to you with some ideas when I'm not quite so sleep deprived! Can i have a step-by-step to make sure i'm not doing it wrong and also, should i download the zip or the exe?

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