Intel Hd Graphics 5500 Driver Windows 10

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Intel Hd Graphics 5500 Gaming

Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8. Ati Radeon Hd 2400 Pro Driver Windows 10 64 Bit there. 1 drivers are found for ‘Intel(R) HD Graphics 5500’. To download the needed driver, select it from the list below and click at ‘Download’ button.

Hi Stephen, Thank you for your interest in Windows 10 Technical preview. Technical Preview should work with the same devices and programs that work with Windows 8.1, but you might need to update or reinstall some of them. Drivers for basic functions like storage, networking, input, and display come with Windows. These drivers allow you to complete the Windows installation and connect to the Internet. You might be able to get more drivers from Windows Update. I suggest you to update the graphics card drivers/display drivers from manufacturer website and check if it resolves the issue.

• Open Device Manager. • Expand ‘ Display Adapter’. • Locate the display driver. • Right-click on the display card listed and click on ‘ Update Driver Software’ I would recommend you to refer to the Microsoft blog before installing windows 10.

You can refer to the Microsoft article and check if it helps: You may refer to the Microsoft article for how to install windows 10 over windows 8, 8.1 and 7. Hope this information is helpful, if not let us know with the updated status and we will be happy to assist you further. I just reserved my Windows 10 update and it reported that my graphics card (Intel HD 5500) is not fully compatible and will 'experience problems with display'. I researched the issue and am unsure what kind of effect this may have upon updating my OS. Can someone tell me, specifically, what this means? Should I even update my OS given the potential problem?

Thank You in advance for your help. -Steve There's probably nothing wrong with your HD5500 driver. The compatibility tool just isn't doing what it is supposed to do. If you rerun the tool, it will probably report everything is fine. See Barb My Blog - MVP-Windows and Devices for IT Windows Insider MVP.