After upgrading to Windows 10, if you are having issue with Intel HD Graphics driver, you may not watch videos or play games as usual, and the PC may run slowly. To fix the issue, read on to find the solutions. You can resolve the issue by updating the Graphics driver. There are 3 ways you can use to update the driver. Not every way works in all situations. You can start at the top of list and work your way down.
I have a HP pavilion dv9500 that I upgraded to windows technical preview. I did a scan on the NVIDIA website that told me I have the GeForce 7150M / nForce 630M.
Way 1: Update your Intel(R) HD Graphics driver manually Intel has released Windows 10 drivers for their vast majority of display cards. You can go to and find the right driver. Please make sure you find the right version, as incompatible or wrong driver can cause serious PC problems. Hp Laserjet M4345 Mfp Driver Windows 10. After downloading the driver, if you cannot install the driver successfully by just double-clicking the installer file.
You follow steps below to update the driver manually step by step. Open Control Panel by typing control panel in search box and clicking Control Panel on the pop-up menu. View by Small icons. Click Device Manager. In Device Manager, expand category Display adapters. Right click on the Intel device and select Update Driver Software 4.