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Old 25th November 2016, 22:33   #2681  |  Link
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Try uninstalling the Asus customized graphics driver and see if the Intel driver would install, since the Intel installer is detecting Asus' customized driver.

No guarantees though, make sure you have the Asus driver installer if you can't install the Intel driver so you have some working driver to fallback to.

http://www.asus.com/Notebooks/E202SA/HelpDesk_Download/

But yeah, this is one reason to hate Intel's annoying stance at not supporting their own hardware with driver updates if the OEM decides to have customizations.
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Old 26th November 2016, 15:35   #2682  |  Link
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Try uninstalling the Asus customized graphics driver and see if the Intel driver would install, since the Intel installer is detecting Asus' customized driver.

No guarantees though, make sure you have the Asus driver installer if you can't install the Intel driver so you have some working driver to fallback to.

http://www.asus.com/Notebooks/E202SA/HelpDesk_Download/

But yeah, this is one reason to hate Intel's annoying stance at not supporting their own hardware with driver updates if the OEM decides to have customizations.
Thanks a lot, that trick worked fine
Yea agree, that's why I sold Surface 3 but my 10 years old 8600M GT has still a Windows 10's driver.
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Old 26th November 2016, 16:56   #2683  |  Link
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But yeah, this is one reason to hate Intel's annoying stance at not supporting their own hardware with driver updates if the OEM decides to have customizations.
That's not quite correct. If the generic Intel graphics driver installer EXE refuses to install because it detects a OEM video BIOS and tells you to use a OEM driver instead, you can simply work around this by manually installing the generic Intel driver from a ZIP package via the Windows Device Manager, which Intel is even providing instructions for on their website, see:

http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/graphics-havedisk
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/...000005629.html


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Old 26th November 2016, 17:45   #2684  |  Link
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That's not quite correct. If the generic Intel graphics driver installer EXE refuses to install because it detects a OEM video BIOS and tells you to use a OEM driver instead, you can simply work around this by manually installing the generic Intel driver from a ZIP package via the Windows Device Manager, which Intel is even providing instructions for on their website, see:

http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/graphics-havedisk
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/...000005629.html

Thanks, will try it if it happened next time.
And Intel makes things more complex
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Old 26th November 2016, 19:13   #2685  |  Link
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And Intel makes things more complex
Yes and no, because as you can see in your screenshot, the error message says "Would you like more information? Click Yes to be directed to the Intel support website.".

So, if you would have clicked on "Yes", you would have been directed to the instructions that tell you how to work around it by manually installing the generic driver through the Windows Device Manager using the ZIP package of the driver:

http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/graphics-havedisk

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Old 28th January 2017, 18:48   #2686  |  Link
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https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26544/

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This is the last of version 15.36 driver to support 4th generation on Windows 7* and Windows 8.1*. No further drivers are to be expected for this generation on these operating systems.
Intel 10.18.14.4578 Win7/8.1 last driver for Haswell on Win7/8.1. Broadwell's driver support is on a newer driver branch and still supports Win7 & 8.1 on that driver branch in addition to Win10. Haswell on Win10 also uses the newer driver branch and is still supported.

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