Glad you have it fixed. In the future, contact LG for assistance, as they are responsible for your support and warranty. And, use ONLY the drivers provided by LG, not the Intel generic drivers.
I've always used the generic driver on my notebooks, this is the first time I've ever seen an issue so I thought I'd report it. The past revisions since I've had this unit have also all worked fine. It's nice to have the updated features, bug fixes and performance.
If Intel can use this to determine the issue all the better.
You have been lucky. The manufacturer's drivers are typically modified to take advantage of the laptop/notebook hardware. This is especially the case when you have dual graphics, where the modifications are required to handle the switching between the graphics. Yes, it is nice to have the updated features and such. But, it is a failure of your manufacturer to not provide you with the properly updated drivers. You paid for their support, and they are not providing it.
Thanks for fixing this issue in the latest 7212 drivers!
I suspect it's this fixed issue from the release notes, even though it was a little more widespread than just these two aspects for me..
• Minor graphical anomalies may be observed when opening Microsoft Store or Windows 10 start menu.
These drivers are working fantastic for me.