Reply to original poster seeking Intel drivers: I would first use a utility such as Aida64 to determine which is the model of the graphics card. Since the CPU is Intel, chances are it is also Intel. Then I would go directly to Intel's site to download latest driver for maximum performance and compatibility. Also have in mind that many modern notebooks have dual graphics cards. One Intel for all display functions and another for 3D acceleration in games. Of course you have to install both drivers starting with Intel. And as I always say, visit notebook manufacturer's site to download the drivers, but prefer latest drivers directly from Intel/NVidia etc for critical hardware such as the chipset and the graphics card.