Can't Install Intel Graphics Driver - Computer Does Not Meet Minimum Requirements
Aug 3, 2015
I get the message this computer does not meet minimum requirements. I have gtx 970 with latest driver and I installed latest drivers from mainboard site. My motherboard is asrock z97 fatality killer. My cpu is i5 4460.
New build. From a fresh install of windows 10 i try to install the drver for my IGPU Intel HD 530. each time i do that i get a BSOD with this message:
VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE igdkmd64.sys Or sometimes it's SYSTEM_THREAD_EXEPTION_NOT_HANDELED igdkmd64.sys
I've tried drivers from motherboard manufacturer CD, website and intel and some autodetect driver software. I always get the same behavior:
The screen start blinking several time ( black screen) before showing the BSOD then reboot and repeat it self. Even the driver downloaded by windows update have the same impact.
I've managed to install it in safe mode but when i restart in normal mode i get the same behavior. I've tried 2 different monitors, VGA and HDMI , tried with UEFI on/off => same result. I've tweaked once the tdr delay to 8 second, but didn't work.
CPU: Intel I7-6700KMotherboard: ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING RAM: HyperX FURY HX421C14FBK2/16 - 16Go Kit (2x 8Go) 2133MHz DDR4 Non-ECC CL14 DIMM SSD: Samsung EVO 850 MZ-75E250B/EU 250 GB with 80 PLUS 550W power supply. OS: WINDOWS 10 FRENCH HOME X20-25432
I upgraded both my desktop and laptop to Windows 10 recently. The desktop's upgrade went smoothly; NVIDIA already has Windows 10-compatible drivers. However, my laptop with Intel HD Graphics is a different story. I've tried the Dell-certified drivers as well as the latest ones directly from Intel, and neither work.
When I attempt to install the driver, I get an error message stating "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software."
I get this error on a Surface Pro 3 which I have updated to Windows 10. It normally occurs when playing Minecraft, anywhere from 5 minutes to 1 hour after opening. I have attempted to update the drivers, but it says that the drivers are up to date (which is odd as I am using Windows 8 drivers on a Windows 10 machine).
I every now and then, but lately too often, get a pop up and my screen goes black..that the intel graphics display was not working but has been restored..then after 20 seconds or so the screen comes back on...BUT, it mentions for Windows 8..I have a new PC with windows 10.
Upgraded Win 7 Pro Dell laptop to Win 10 Pro. Screen resolution changed on first win 10 boot and other resolutions greyed out. Windows update says unable to update Intel HD graphics drivers. Downloaded win 10 drivers from Intel site and installed. On reboot get continual bsod as above. No restore point since upgrade. Can't boot to Windows. how to get past the bsod
Intel i7-4720HQ processor nVidia GTX 960M Intel HD Graphics 4600
Every time I start off a boot, my intel display driver fails to work. Right after logging in on Windows 10, I can clearly see that the animations are laggy and my computer isn't running on the intel HD 4600 driver. When I open up the device manager I get a yellow triangle next to the driver and I have to disable it and re-enable it, for it to work. This happens after every boot and it's annoying. Everything is up-to-date. And I tried system restore, didn't work. BIOS reset, didn't work. It's a laptop so there is no switching ports and what not.
I have an Acer Aspire E5-571 and am trying to switch from the graphics driver provided by Acer to the newer version for my graphics card available directly from Intel. The card model is HD Graphics 4400 and the CPU is a 4th gen Core i5 so I'm pretty sure this is the correct driver.
I have tried uninstalling the graphics driver through the Windows Device Manager, then rebooting and installing the driver from Intel, but I continually get the message about my computer having a customized driver from the computer manufacturer. It seems that as soon as I uninstall the driver, it is immediately reinstalled by Windows, thereby not giving me the chance to switch to the Intel driver.Is there a way to manually switch to Intel's driver?
Recently I got my free windows 10 upgrade. Once I upgraded I wanted to see if I got any new drivers to install so I deleted my drivers and now once I installed them back I get the error "No AMD Graphics driver is installed or the amd driver is not functioning properly. Please install the AMD Driver appropriate for your AMD hardware." I have dual graphics. They are AMD Mobility radeon HD 4200 series and AMD mobility radeon HD 5000 series. In device manager HD 5000 has error code 43 and HD 4200 says no drivers installed for this device.
I have a PC with Asus P9X79 Deluxe motherboard. It has Intel chipset and Intel BIOS RAID (RSTe) and 6 SATA ports connected to it. The chipset IDE controller lists in Linux as:
Intel Corporation C600/X79 series chipset SATA RAID Controller (rev 06), and the PCI ID is: 0104: 8086:2826 (rev 06).
My RAID configuration is 2xOCZ-VERTEX4 256GB SSD's in RAID0, as boot drive (C: drive), and 2 (quite old) WDC WD2500KS 250GB disks in RAID0 for extra storage (games, movies etc) (J: drive).
So yesterday I decided to upgrade my Windows 7 Ultimate to Windows 10 Pro. All seemingly went well during the upgrade process, and the system booted fine, and most stuff seemed to work as it should. But after a while when I accessed files on the J: drive I started experiencing random (temporary) freezes.
Then after a while it got more serious and the whole system froze, I had to hit the reset button.
So I rebooted and looked in the event log, I get see tons of errors there saying that the disk has a bad sector.
Then I try using the J-drive again, by viewing some videos there, and it works fine, but after a while there are some freezes and then I see in the event log, that the drive was reset. After this it works again for a while but then another of those resets comes, and freezes everything for a short while (like 30 seconds).
But when I try to copy some large files off the J-drive, another reset comes, and then the event log starts showing a lot of the error messages from before, with "the disk has an bad sector". (I will post screenshots of these errors after I reboot back into Windows).
After this I can't access the J-drive at all, and Windows gives me error messages when I try to.
So, I figure that I might have just got unlucky and the old WDC drive actually developed read errors, although it's strange that it happens exactly when I install Windows 10 (these drives are something like 7 years old).
Well I can't copy the contents off the disk from Windows since it keeps failing as described above, so I boot into Ubuntu Linux from a USB stick, so I can use ntfsclone to image the J-drive to another disk. I start it running expecting that I'll start seeing read errors, but to my surprise there are NONE. It also copies all files off the J-drive without any problems from inside Linux!
So it was after all not the old drive that had failed, but instead Windows 10/Intel had failed me in a big way.
I trawled the web for updated Intel chipset drivers and installed those from the Asus site, but it made no difference at all. I couldn't find any other Intel drivers and when I searched for the RST drivers on Intel's own site, I could only find ones for Windows XP upto Windows 8.1, but none for Windows 10.
For now I'm left with a PC that I can't use, because I can't go back to Windows 7 and Windows 10 is not working with my RAID arrays. I got some spare 2TB disks, and I'm right now copying all the data from the old J-drive (the RAID1 about 500GB) over to this, hopefully I can then work in Win 10, but I am VERY concerned because the same RAID and drivers are used for my master boot drive with the two OCZ SSD's.
upgraded to windows 10 and my CPU broke, downgrade to windows 7 and the divers for my graphics card won't install."This NVIDIA graphics driver is not compatible with the version of windowsThis graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware." and now I'm not able to re-upgrade to windows 10.
I upgraded to Windows 10 on my gaming PC and suffered from network drivers not working along with my graphics driver. But now Windows 10 says it's not activated. "I had a legal version of Windows 7 on this computer and now Windows 10 isn't activated.
My graphics driver crashes very often, followed by a message saying that the graphics driver has crashed and recovered. This never happened before upgrading to Windows 10. It happens most often when I'm playing Hearthstone, but also occasionally elsewhere. Today my computer itself crashed due to this for the first time, giving me an error message that I don't remember. When I'm playing Hearthstone, it sometimes happens every 5 seconds or so, being frozen for about 5-10 seconds. My computer prompted me to upgrade to Windows 10, saying it was compatible, so I don't understand why this is happening.
Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Microprocessor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4200M CPU @ 2.50GHz
I just updated from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Here's my specs:
Alienware M15x - R1 Notebook Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT Intel Core2 Duo CPU T8100 @ 2.10GHz (if you need more specs let me know)
So, I had problems going from Vista to windows 7 because of graphics drivers in the past, and I assume this is the same problem. What happened was I installed everything, came back and my screen was black, no cursor, with the laptop still on. I turned it off and turned it back on, and after the windows load-up it goes black again.
I tried using windows + p to project to a different monitor, but no luck. I tried a lot of different things that I won't bore you with.
Here's my guesses: My graphics driver is out of date, so once I get that up to date I think I might be good, but I'm not sure.
I'm currently on integrated graphics mode, which I think is working as well. I think the other setting is called external, but I'm not positive. I think when my battery is low and I start up my laptop, it switches to inegrated to conserve power, which is why I'm able to be on here right now.
I just downloaded & installed a driver for my graphics card from Geforce.com, and am gonna reboot, which is why I posted this now in case I can't make it back, lol. If you post though I'll be able to see it on my phone, but I might not be able to respond (I can't type sometimes - it closes my keyboard).
I'm running a 64 bit Windows 10 laptop. On idle, the System process is showing a high memory usage of more than 150 MB, usually more than 200 MB. Using poolmon the pooltag SpDN showed up with a memory leak. It leads to the Intel Matrix Storage Manager driver, iaStorV.sys. How should I go about fixing the problem?
I have just upgraded windows 7 ultimate to windows 10 pro.My laptop has become significantly slow and I am unable to install graphics. When I try to install nvidia graphics, it says to install intel first. When I try to install Intel graphics, it says, 'The computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software'.
I am running windows 10, and have just upgraded from an Nvidia geforce gtx evga 670 2GB, to a Nvidia geforce gtx evga 980ti hybrid. But now my computer wont shut-down properly, what happens is I click shut-down and windows 10 shut-downs (black screen), but then my fans on the computer are still running. I can restart the computer fine it just won't shut-down properly, also nothing is showing up in event viewer for kernel-power.
My system specs: Case: Thermaltake level 10GT Motherboard: Asus sabertooth z77 PSU: Cosair 1200 GPU: Nvidia geforce gtx evga 980ti hybrid CPU: Intel core i7 3770k ivy bridge Sound card: Xonar D2X asus SSD: 120GB corsair neutron ss Hard-drive: 1TB
Are it and maximum processor state useful on a desktop, or is it just for laptops? Lower and Maximum are both set to 100% for me. I read that if I lower the minimum, my cpu doesn't reach the max overclock level.
I have an ASUS Sabetooth z97 Mark2, updated to the latest bios and when I install Windows 10 the first thing I notice is it is using the default microsoft video driver. I have an ATI FireGL v7350. I downloaded the latest driver and installed it, but it does not get picked up. I have updated the chipsets with the latest drivers and still no luck. I have four other computers that are a lot older and didnt have a problem one installing Win10. This box which has the z97/ati video/32g of ram/SSD. just will not upgrade properly.
If I do a fresh install from a USB for Windows 10, after it's installed, will all the drivers be there from 8.1? Or do I need to manually download ALL the drivers again? This seems like a huge oversight if people want to do a fresh install to not bring over old windows (registry, errors, corrupt, and otherwise) files.
I have a Toshiba Sattelite C75D-B Laptop that I did a clean Windows 10 install on, after upgrade. Should I need to install a graphics driver? Or would the Windows 10 Media Creation tool disk I burned have installed the proper one?
If not, I have always used nvidia on my homebuilt systems, but this laptop has a AMD A6 sticker on the top. So does it use AMD Radeon Graphics?
If so, can I use the "Automatically Detect and Install Your Driver" function on the AMD site?
My display driver kept Crashing my Computer, so I updated it with the latest driver for Windows 10.
Now I keep getting a message to say that 'Scene Selection Has Changed' which annoyingly keeps on popping up on the Screen at regular intervals. (How can I stop this before it drives me Crazy!) too late it already has!
Then I get another 'Pop Up' which says 'Display Driver Stopped Responding but has now recovered' and is something else that I don't need to know (or maybe I do?)
If that message pops up a couple of times, it Crashes the Computer which then re-boots itself (sometimes!) or else gives me a 'Black Screen'
My Nvidea Graphics Card is virtually brand new and always worked faultlessly with XP and Windows 7.
Could it be the Updates we keep getting or something else?