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Willy330Ci

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Thanks a million dear

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Thanks so much for the offer, I could finally Download it.

Started to Fall in Love with this forum already ;)

BTW, I will be installing the updated GFX drivers on my Samsung Series 7 Slate 05US, Any specific driver from the list is recommended?

Thanks again....

Will
 

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XDleader555

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Version 8.15.10.2622 should be the first driver to try, since it is the latest mobile driver.
 

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Willy330Ci

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Done, Excellent, now I have 3.1 OpenGL Support, instead of the lame 1.1 that came with the WDM driver, or whatever its name is.
 

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Aeny

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Any way to make these compatible with the 1st generation I series IGP's? Other drivers listed here work just fine on it.
~Aeny
 

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alphastar

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Here's to another interesting but unfruitful weekend.

As rseiler said, Intel has recently released a Windows 8 Consumer Preview beta driver at the Intel Download Center: Windows 8* Consumer Preview beta graphics driver posted!!

Also, I gather that the driver for the combined Intel HD Graphics/ATI Radeon HD 6xxxM is somehow different from the individual drivers for the Intel HD Graphics 3000 and ATI Radeon HD 6770M. This is alluded to in the Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) software page:
  • "The generic graphics driver cannot be used on Intel® WiDi-enabled systems with ATI* graphics. Please check your computer manufacturer’s website for the latest system specific updates and technical support information."

See Intel® Wireless Display — Software and drivers for Intel® Wireless Display

Also, the Release Notes for the above driver states:

  • "Driver stops working if an add-in video card is installed."

See the Release Notes at http://downloadmirror.intel.com/21180/eng/Win%208%20Beta2_2729_Release%20Notes.pdf

Unfortunately for those with HP Pavilion dv6/dv7, I don't think these drivers support notebooks with both Intel HD Graphics + ATI Radeon HD 6xxxM with the Switchable (aka Hybrid) graphics option.

Also, according to the Release Notes, Intel Wireless Display (a.k.a. WiDi) "are not supported in this driver" (see the bottom of page 2).

If any HP dv6/dv7 owners want to confirm, they can try the following original manufacturer driver versions:

AMD Radeon HD 6700M Series (Engineering Sample - WDDM 1.20) (8.93.7): amd_catalyst_win8_consumer_preview_[rc10].exe
Intel HD Graphics Beta Driver (9.17.10.2729): win8_64_15280b.zip
Intel Wireless Driver (15.1.0): Wireless_15.1.1_s64.exe
Intel Wireless Display (3.1.29.0): Setup 3.1.29.0.exe
Intel MyWifi Dashboard (optional): Intel_My_WiFi_Dashboard_15.1.1_s64.msi


Any solutions/workarounds for the HP Pavilion dv7-6xxx Series to get Switchable graphics and/or Intel Wireless Display would be welcome at this point.

Thanks!
 

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GMan

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alphastar

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See what you can do with this:

Unified Leshcat Drivers


Thanks GMan,

Tried Catalyst 12.x Apr18 UnifL for Hybrid Graphics but it didn't seem to work on my dv7-6143cl - wish there was a compatibility list for these drivers.

Have you tried these with success? What model HP are you on? What drivers did you start off with in Windows 8 CP Device Manager?

Thanks again!
 

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GMan

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Thanks GMan,

Tried Catalyst 12.x Apr18 UnifL for Hybrid Graphics but it didn't seem to work on my dv7-6143cl - wish there was a compatibility list for these drivers.

Have you tried these with success? What model HP are you on? What drivers did you start off with in Windows 8 CP Device Manager?

Thanks again!

You're welcome.

I don't own any HP or Hybrid gear.

Tell Leshcat about your machine. If it really does not already work for it, he will make it work.
 

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ironical

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I'm a Dell Vostro 3350 user and I'm still unable to make this work. I'm stuck using an external monitor or booting into safemode in a resolution that is just hideous.

Its a 64bit Intel Core i5 2410M.

Does anyone have a fix for these laptops?
 

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rseiler

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ironical, you should be able to use the official W8 beta driver that Intel put out a couple weeks ago (see a handful of posts above). Is that what you tried? The workaround on the first page is no longer needed.

If you have the Dell-supplied driver installed now, you may have to uninstall it first.
 

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ironical

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ironical, you should be able to use the official W8 beta driver that Intel put out a couple weeks ago (see a handful of posts above). Is that what you tried? The workaround on the first page is no longer needed.

If you have the Dell-supplied driver installed now, you may have to uninstall it first.

I've tried the new Intel Beta file and its not worked for me. I unistalled the older version and then installed it and nothing. I've also updated the BIOS to the very latest version and still nothing.
 

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olga k

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Has anyone encountered this problem?

After installing the
latest drivers for intel hd3000 (Intel HD Graphics 15.28.0 Beta) firefox not working correctly - image sare blurred, the elements of the page is not displayed correctly. In other browsers (ie10, chrome18)- all OK! In games and other applications - no problem.

I
don't want to change my favorite browser. Asked this question on russian-language forums - do no treceive a response, all advised to me just use chrome, or opera instead.

Help!


 

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GMan

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Has anyone encountered this problem?

After installing the
latest drivers for intel hd3000 (Intel HD Graphics 15.28.0 Beta) firefox not working correctly - image sare blurred, the elements of the page is not displayed correctly. In other browsers (ie10, chrome18)- all OK! In games and other applications - no problem.

I
don't want to change my favorite browser. Asked this question on russian-language forums - do no treceive a response, all advised to me just use chrome, or opera instead.

Help!



Install Russian Firefox:

ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/candidates/13.0b3-candidates/build1/win32/ru/Firefox Setup 13.0b3.exe
 

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rseiler

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I've tried the new Intel Beta file and its not worked for me. I unistalled the older version and then installed it and nothing. I've also updated the BIOS to the very latest version and still nothing.
So, to be clear, the installation actually completes, you're asked to reboot, you do, but then you find that it's not actually installed? If so, that's very strange. What is listed in Device Manager now in the display adapters category? On the properties, what's the name, the driver version #? On the Details tab what's the Hardware ID?
 

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ironical

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Thanks for your help and taking time to reply.

The installation does complete, I reboot and it has made no difference. It is installed, when I go to Device Manager it tells me that its Intel HD Graphics 3000 drivers installed and working fine and it displays perfectly on the second monitor I have to attach it to.

In properties its driver version 9.17.10.2729.

Under hardware ID its:

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0116&SUBSYS_04B21028&REV_09
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0116&SUBSYS_04B21028
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0116&CC_030000
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0116&CC_0300

I've tried changing display or forcing it to find the laptop monitor but it keeps insisting my Acer monitor is the one its using. When I go into safemode it uses the laptop monitor.
 

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malden

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No luck for me ether. My setup is Dell Something, Intel Core i5-2520M with Intel HD Graphics 3000 (GT2+). I cannot even get the installationpocess getting started, it says "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing this software".

Clean install (Virtual Box) Windows 8 CP (tried both 32 and 64). New windows 8 drivers does not work, nether did the old ones using the guide in this threads first page. I'm totally stuck with Microsoft Basic Display Adapter. :(
 

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rseiler

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@ironical, that is an interesting one and certainly not the usual problem around here, which is typically getting the driver installed/working in the first place. When you were checking the display settings, were you looking both in W8's settings and Intel's advanced mode applet? If both areas look right, I think you should report this in the feedback forum dedicated to W8 beta drivers on Intel's site.

@malden, if you mean that you're using W8 as a guest in Vbox (i.e. W8 is not the host OS), then it's normal that you can't install a vendor-supplied video driver there. You use Vbox's driver, as it's all virtualized hardware.

https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=44577

If you are talking about W8 being your host OS, then it's commonly necessary to uninstall your vendor-supplied driver first to avoid the message you received.
 

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ironical

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rseiler, I'm not sure I have Intel's advanced mode applet? On my initial installation when I changed the setting and was trying to install the correct drivers I ended up getting nothing but a blank blue screen so had to do a system clean which I presume removed all of my original programmes.

Was that where I went wrong? I've now tried so many things I'm just ridiculously confused. Should I try to reinstall original settings aind W7, and do it again armed with the W8 Beta drivers on the ready to install?
 

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