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2 months 1 week ago - 2 months 1 week ago #2734 by Fernando

SM-003 wrote: And Intel INF 10.1.18243.8188 Dated 13th Dec 2019 is for 6th Gen+ systems

Yes, Intel doesn't include the INF files for systems with an older CPU generation into their officially released "Intel(R) Chipset Device Software" packages.

For users, who are searching for a package, which includes the currently latest INF files for all Intel chipsets from 6-Series up, I recommend to join >this< page and to download the "AIO Intel Chipset INF Files Package". The installation has to be done manually from within the Device Manager, but the big advantage is, that you avoid the installation of not wanted and not usable files.

MB: ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Prof. Gaming i7, CPU: Intel Core i5 6600K, Disk Drives: 250 GB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe SSD + 1 TB Samsung 850 EVO SATA SSD, Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 530, OS: Win10 Pro x64
Last edit: 2 months 1 week ago by Fernando.
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1 month 4 weeks ago #2757 by Blackra1n

hurakura wrote: Do not update to this drivers. On Haswell on Windows10 there are lots of bugs. Black screens, blank app windows, system freezing on few seconds. The 5063 drivers works great.


My apology for not believing, but now I can confirm screen flickering on notebook with intel graphics (Pentium 3558U)..

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1 month 4 weeks ago #2758 by SM-003

Blackra1n wrote:

hurakura wrote: Do not update to this drivers. On Haswell on Windows10 there are lots of bugs. Black screens, blank app windows, system freezing on few seconds. The 5063 drivers works great.


My apology for not believing, but now I can confirm screen flickering on notebook with intel graphics (Pentium 3558U)..


I am on i7-4720HQ haswell, and using since it's published here but never experienced any issue so far.

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1 month 3 weeks ago #2779 by SJac2
Yes, this is issue with GT1 as I understand it. Intel refuse to acknowledge it and claim to seek OEM driver.

Issue seen with G3220 (more than one) GT1 (Intel HD)

no similar issue with i3-4000M (two systems) GT2 (HD4600)

no issue with i7-4790K (one system) GT2 (HD4600)

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1 month 3 weeks ago #2780 by SJac2

Blackra1n wrote:

hurakura wrote: Do not update to this drivers. On Haswell on Windows10 there are lots of bugs. Black screens, blank app windows, system freezing on few seconds. The 5063 drivers works great.


My apology for not believing, but now I can confirm screen flickering on notebook with intel graphics (Pentium 3558U)..


3558U is GT1 and affected. We need Intel to fix this going forward as the reason for release is security.

www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/security.../intel-sa-00314.html

build 5063 worked fine. 5107 is borked.

They are suggesting I use a driver build 4240 from 2015 as that is my last OEM driver!

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2 days 15 hours ago #2991 by bob
win64_15.40.44.5107
I thought it was my own problem until I found this forum. Nowhere within Intel has any discussion on it.
I am using a G1840 which is GT1 graphics. Things ran fine with driver 15.40.42.5603.
This driver is giving me problem exactly as described here. After installed, it held up the display with random pauses as if a high priority system tasks was running in background; and showing error messages saying some programs were restricted from accessing the graphics hardware.
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Another system with HD4600 runs fine with this 5107.
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I created this account just to acknowledge / second the issue that 5107 is broken on GT1's.
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I feel that Intel would spent none or little efforts on the old & ousted GT1 hardware, the solution may be a long time coming if at all! GT1 users would have moved on to new systems sooner.

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