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Solved Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000


XDleader555

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#1
THIS IS NOT FOR THE 1ST GENERATION HD GRAPHICS.
Try here instead for first generation.

Instructions
To create your own driver follow my instruction on this page, or download a pre-compiled one below.
Once you obtain a driver simply run setup.exe and it will install like normal.

Install This First: The Custom Certificate Installer
To install the signed drivers run the custom certificate installer I made which is based off of barcher's Post.

I've recently updated my certificate installer to v3.0. This include 2 certificates which allows the updated Mobile series 4 and has some handy options for your pleasures. A WaterMark Removal option has been added for Windows 8 Pro.
~WATERMARK REMOVAL IS BETA. Use at your own risk~

-Custom Certificate Installer- Chrome users may experience a malicious warning. It is false. Virus Total
MainMirror
MediaFireMirror

Drivers
-Intel has already made windows 8 drivers for 2000/3000. They can be found Here.
-My drivers contain more Hardware ID's. You can find the list of ID's Here.

Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000

-Version 9.17.10.2792- SIGNED GoogleDrive old version
64bit Intel HD Second Gen x64_2792.exe
32bit Intel HD Second Gen x86_2792.exe


IMPORTANT
After the setup go to Windows Update and change the settings to:
"Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them"
Reboot with the modified driver installed and check for updates. If there is, right click the Intel update and select "Hide Update"
This is to make sure windows doesn't replace your graphics driver.

Notes: Bugs/Glitches/Downsides For Modified Drivers
- On some computers, metro apps wont work (Netflix for example; Working on a fix)
- Test Mode watermark (Can be removed)
 
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Saved spot for more stuff.
 
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Billman87

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Well Done!

I followed your instructions and it worked instantly, I used driver version 64_8.15.10.2476_PV on build 7989

View attachment igdlh64.zip
this is the modified INF for lazy people


thanks XDleader555 you saved me some time.
 

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My laptop has an Intel HD3000 video chipset and W8 installed the drivers natively
 

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My laptop has an Intel HD3000 video chipset and W8 installed the drivers natively
The native drivers don't have the latest opengl and pixel acceleration.
 

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Billman87

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Also the Microsoft Drivers does not have HDMI support which was my problem as i wanted to run dual monitor off the Intel HD2000


Here is the modified INF file for the 32bit drivers as onizuka001 requested
View attachment igdlh.zip

Replace this file inside the Graphics folder and off you go.
 

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phuong

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Also the Microsoft Drivers does not have HDMI support which was my problem as i wanted to run dual monitor off the Intel HD2000


Here is the modified INF file for the 32bit drivers as onizuka001 requested
View attachment 2427

Replace this file inside the Graphics folder and off you go.
I followed your instructions and it installed correctly, but it not working. (core i3 intel hd graphic + latest driver (8.15.10.2509) + win8 32bit)
 

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Try going to the device manager, (right-click "My Computer" then click "Manage" and then "Device Manager")
and look in "Display Drivers"

If it says "Intel(R) HD Graphics family(Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.2)" then you have to update the driver manually.

Right click "Intel(R) HD Graphics family(Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.2)" and select "Update Driver Software..."
Choose "Browse my computer for driver software" and then "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"
Select "Intel(R) HD Graphics Family" It should say that the driver is not digitally signed.
You can rightclick your desktop and choose "graphics properties..." to bring up the Intel control panel.

IF the driver isnt there, then it did not install correctly.
 

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phuong

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Try going to the device manager, (right-click "My Computer" then click "Manage" and then "Device Manager")
and look in "Display Drivers"

If it says "Intel(R) HD Graphics family(Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.2)" then you have to update the driver manually.

Right click "Intel(R) HD Graphics family(Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.2)" and select "Update Driver Software..."
Choose "Browse my computer for driver software" and then "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"
Select "Intel(R) HD Graphics Family" It should say that the driver is not digitally signed.
You can rightclick your desktop and choose "graphics properties..." to bring up the Intel control panel.

IF the driver isnt there, then it did not install correctly.
I tried it, but FAILED. And my laptop running with the default Microsoft Basic Display adapter driver, and it give 1024x768 res, and, of course, NO aero.
 

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What model laptop do you have? It might not be running off the Intel HD graphics card but a discrete embedded card.
Usually Microsoft detects the Intel HD driver and uses the built in driver.

Try windows update (Start Menu -> Control Panel -> More Settings -> View by: Small Icons -> Windows Update) They have updates for Intel drivers.

What did the previous OS detect your card as?
 

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Try this igdhl.inf file with your setup. I've made this one with the same method as I did with the 64 bit igdhl.inf except with the 32bit installer.

Remember to uninstall the old driver before using this one.
 

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phuong

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What model laptop do you have? It might not be running off the Intel HD graphics card but a discrete embedded card.
Usually Microsoft detects the Intel HD driver and uses the built in driver.

Try windows update (Start Menu -> Control Panel -> More Settings -> View by: Small Icons -> Windows Update) They have updates for Intel drivers.

What did the previous OS detect your card as?
My laptop is SAMSUNG R439 (NP-R439-DA04VN) with core i3-370M, 2GB DDR3, Intel HD Graphics. The previous OS is Win 7 Ultimate 32bit.

I tried using Windows Update, but it said, this is the BEST driver (the latest driver from Intel version 15.22.50.2509), but the GMA not worked, and my laptop limiting the display to 1024 x 768
 

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Did you try the inf i posted above? It's different from billmans inf.
 

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phuong

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Did you try the inf i posted above? It's different from billmans inf.
I used your file, and followed your instructions, but it said:
Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver softwave

- don't install this driver softwave
- install this driver softwave anyway
I tried "install this softwave anyway", but the GMA not worked.

Anyway, thanks!
 
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#19
http://downloadmirror.intel.com/20389/eng/Installation_Readme.txt

has your chip listed, however

Intel® Core says

"Graphics may not be available on all computing systems. Please reference the system, motherboard or chipset specifications for compatibility."

If you want any more help you need to provide more detailed information about the hardware. Like the Hardware ID of your video adapter would be a good start.
 

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darry

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hello fellas..same problem is occuring with me..i have installed windows 8 x86 and now the intel HD graphics driver which i was running smoothly in windows 7 is not running here..i have tried all the igdlh.zip files provided by u guys but its still not working..when i try to update it..it shows error code 35 saying update ur bios and ask to ur vendor blah blah...so wht sud i do now?
 

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