Sorry about the Custom certificate Installer. It was actually made for 64bit machines. I'll try fixing it this weekend and I'll try to find workarounds for the driver using the info you guys have posted.
The driver Intel offers has no operating system restriction on it, you can just go on the website and install the Windows 7 driver. The only restriction that is does have however, is that there is only a 32 bit driver. The N2600 CPU is Dual core so if you installed the 64bit version of Windows...
According to you're Specs you have a Medion E7220 Correct? I found a BIOS update on the Medion page. It most likely has the update for the black screen bug, FLASH AT YOUR OWN RISK/ NO SHUTTY DOWN WHILE FLASHING. Make sure you read everything and that it works for your laptop model.
Have you installed the custom certificate installer? Without the certificate the driver wont install (Because I had to sign it myself)
I'm pretty sure you will get better fps (slightly) since this has opengl (which the windows driver is missing)
I can't tell if it will support 1920x1080, I don't...
You need to do a BIOS Update
Here is ze bios for an inspiron N5110
Driver Details | Dell US
Use the external screen for this process. Install the update (DO NOT SHUT OFF YOUR LAPTOP DURING UPDATE) and then install the HD 3000 drivers found on intel's website
AAAAnnnddd it's done.
I added an openGL line since it was missing and I added the rotation settings. Though, I might have just made the driver worse since they might not be compatible.
Good Luck, here's the driver
So Auto-rotation works with the modified drivers?
And the modified driver blips out(crashes/closes) whenever you go to the metro screen right?
Have you installed DirectX and updated flash?
(try not to use internet explorer for watching videos. I had some bad experiences with it.)
Alright, here they are. If they don't work send me your hardware IDs and info on your OS (hardwarewise, 64bit/32bit etc).
Make sure to install the custom certificate if you haven't already.
GMA 600 Modified Drivers
Alright, it seems that the bcdedit.exe I included was for 64bit only. We shall do this manually.
Open up cmd as administrator by do the combo WindowsKey+x. Then choose commandpromt(admin).
in the prompt type:
bcdedit -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
bcdedit -set testsigning on...