I have a Dell E6400. ¬†The OS has been uprgraded to Windows 7 - 64 bit by an authorized Microsoft refurbish dealer. ¬†The driver stops randomly. Using the internet, Office, version 2010. ¬†is there a better driver?
I am experiencing a system freeze at windows welcome screen or on desktop at random moments for more than 6 months, and it is because of the intel hd graphics, so at the moment I don't have the driver installed.
I installed Windows 8.1 Update 1 x64 to my HP Pavilion G6 2240SH laptop. I started install the drivers and I got an error message in the¬†Intel High-Definition¬†setup: "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software." ¬† Intel HD driver version:¬†10.18.10.3277
I got my HP Envy dv7-7250us back in May 2013, and realized that¬†the most recent¬†version of its Intel HD Graphics¬†4000 driver software¬†is 126.96.36.19957 from November 2012.¬† Intel's official¬†driver is now at version 188.8.131.52.3071 (184.108.40.20671)¬†from March 2013. I am unable to install Intel's update though, because¬†it detects¬†HP's version of the driver and refuses to install a generic version.¬† However,¬†HP's¬†current version is¬†very dated, and I'm running into severe¬†performance issues in many games. ¬† Is it possible that HP could ever bring their Intel HD Graphics 4000 drivers up to date?¬†
I am trying to install the latest Intel HD Graphics driver but I always get the message that my system doesn't meet the minimum requirements... [URL] ¬† I have a T430s. ¬† Here is a screenshot of my dxdiag:
I installed Windows 7 professional (x64) successfully.
I installed all the drivers downloaded form the support section also successfully. ¬† The problem is that on approximately every 5~10 minutes I get the following message:
"display driver intel hd graphics drivers for windows 8(r) stopped responding and has recovered". ¬† This message by itself is not annoying. The problem is that during skype video call after getting this message I don't see anymore nor my own video nor the video of the called.
Not only this, restarting the call does not fix the problem.¬†
The only solution is to restart skype but this also does not work everytime. ¬† I had similar issue with youtube videos but I fixed the problem by setting NVIDIA as preferred graphics¬†processor for the browser application, however I don;t have such option for skype.
Using windows 8.1 i've uptaded my intel hd 4000 drivers,¬† restarted and lauched a 3d game. After few seconds I tried alt+tab and then everything got stalled and eventually with lots of artifacts on screen I've got a message about a system crash and that system now is dumpin information to a file and next it will restart. In that moment I've panicked and hard reseted (so memory dump hadn't finished).
So now when I try to boot - for a quite some time there is a black screen and then a list of boot options pops up:
Normal Startup ,¬†¬† bios setup , boot menu ....¬†¬† but the keyboard is not working at all.
So after connecting a usb keyboard I entered boot options and there iv noticed something strange:
Link to image
EC version is messed up.
Keyboard is not working at all and some other things.
On top of that when I'm choosing normal startup the windows "wheel" is turning but its newer getting to boot.
I have a HP pavillion A10-5750M Model- 15-e084ca(windows 7 ultimate) ¬† I recently changed my window from 8 to 7 ultimate and i noticed my grahics adapter has changed from AMD radeon 8650G to standard VGA graphics adapter. Why is that and how do i change it?
I have an Inspiron 1525, running Windows Vista (legal copy). Im trying to update the drivers and keep getting the following error message..
The Dell Driver Analyze Utility currently does not support your operating system. To search for drivers, please enter your Service Tag or choose your product model. Click on ‚ÄúBack to Results Page‚ÄĚ.
I would like to update my graphic card drivers on my VAIO. For the life of me, I just can't find a link to an updated graphic card driver on the Sony website. Yet when I let nVidia scan my subsystem, it states that the following: "The manufacturer of this system requires that you download the driver for your GPU from their support site."
It then goes on to say that they do have some notebook drivers, but I may lose some notebook specific features if I take that path. To be honest, I don't think that there is any feature to lose here, but just in case, does anyone know if Sony has updated any graphic card drivers in the last few years (mine is dated 2007)?
I have an HP Envy-m6 with switchable graphics, with the usual combination of an Intel HD 4000 and an AMD Radeon HD 7600M card. ¬† When I had just bought the laptop and hadn't realised it had switchable graphics, I made the mistake of updating the drivers for one of these cards via the manufacturer's websites, causing it all to go haywire. I eventually managed to restore this, and was told that the only way in which you can update these drivers is via the driver software offerend on the HP website (or perhap using HP Support Assistant). ¬† However, just today Windows Update indicated it had updates for both the AMD and Intel drivers. My question is simply this: can I update both drivers through Windows Update, or will this cause switchable graphics to break?
If I cannot use Windows Update to update these drivers, is HP going to release a combined driver package that incorporates these new drivers on the Support website at some point?
I looking to buy a new Latitude E-series but I have one worry. During the years with D-series I have built up a "infrastructure" of AC adapters in my home, car and my offices so I dont have to carry around these bricks. My wife and kids use them too since we all have compatible Dells. Very convenient indeed.
Looking at the specs for the E-series adapter it uses the same voltage as the D-series (19.5V) and the power tip looks the same(?). So, can it be so wonderful that the E-series can use the D-series adapter? I don't want to shell out money on 4-5 new adapters...
I see on the Apple site I can get this package for $169 for a single license. I can also get iwork09/ilife09 for $79 each (so $160). Why would I buy this package if I am already a MBP user with OS X 10.5? Is this only meant for those that haven't upgraded to Leopard? Shouldn't they offer some type of package for those of us who bought our MBP within the last year?
I've seen discussions at length on here about wanting 2.5" Media Bay's for E6400, and I've since seen lots of solutions for that. I have a 1.8" Intel X18-M and I am trying to locate the 1.8" media bay for the E640
I reinstalled Vista 64-bit Business on my laptop. And I've installed all of the drivers which are working, but my wifi drops out every 20-30 minutes. I've done some research and found this isn't uncommon...
so I installed the lastest Intel drivers, disabled all of the power saving features on my wifi card/DCP.
But, it still disconnects! What the heck!? I might have had this same issue in Windows 7, but I can't really remember. All I know is that when I tried to back it up using WHS, it would always fail.
I just recieved my Latitude E6400 today. I like the laptop, but the Intel Wifi Link 5300 AGN adapter continually drops my wireless connections to my home Linksys WRT54G access point and router. This is a version 5 Linksys unit running in mixed b/g mode with WEP encryption. It is running with a unique SSID which is not broadcast.
At first, my connections would drop and it seemed related to the Control Point software preinstalled on the E6400. So I uninstalled the Control Point System Management and Connection Management software, and this seemed to result in a small improvement: I can do a download successfully, but if I'm idle any amount of time the connection drops. This last makes me think power to the Wifi Link card might be getting turned off somewhere if there is no activity. However the Control Point Security Manager software is still installed (as it came from the factory) and might also be contributing to the problem.
I've used an 802.11n-compatible WiFi card in my home.The driver version for the WiFi Link is 220.127.116.11 and is dated 07/08/2008. The Linksys access point has been here a couple of years and is running Linksys firmware version v1.00.6. It is set up for 128-bit WEP encryption. I've had numerous laptops connect to it, all with older Broadcom b/g cards, and as long as the WEP encryption is set properly there has not been a connection problem. now to see if I can duplicate the connection dropping issue.
I've had good results from installing the Intel matrix storage driver v8.5 direct from Intel (newer than the Dell version) but tonight I tried the even newer v8.6 version from Intel and have had two blue screens, so having to revert.
I just ordered an M4400 from the outlet, and in the Accessories page during the order there was no option to buy a DisplayPort to XXX Adapter for $15 like there is when you are buying a new one...
I figured it wouldn't be a big deal to find one after the fact, but now that I'm looking the only DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Dell has to order is $59.99 !! Any ideas one where to get one closer to $15?
I have a Dell Inspiron 15R SE 7520 , it has a AMD 7730M display card and an intel built in card , the laptop is running with the intel card and when it comes to enabling the AMD display card from the Device Manager , i get the following message : "¬†Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43) "
I am running Win 8.1 x64 (up-to-date) on HP Pavilion 1322TX laptop. There are ¬†Intel HD Graphics 3000 and ATM Radeon HD 7450M¬†two graphic cards as the device manager window. Recently I am getting blue screens and later message appear saying the ATM driver stopped working. I found many problems with this driver in the past as well. When I check the relevent page for my laptop model, there is no update since 2012..
Can I update these two drivers seperately by getting updates from Intel and AMD sites?¬†
Is there any update for catalyst control system (CCC) ?¬†
When I try to update through the CCC or HP Support Assist, it is always no updates..