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Cannot update intel DCH drivers

Hossain_Aryan65
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Hello! Yesterday I downloaded the exe file of intel DCH driver(release date 14th July) from the official website of intel. When I clicked install, it says that the installation is in progress but actually, it randomly stops to respond and freezes my pc. I tried to install it using intel driver and support assistant, but it didn't work. Also a new interface appears while the installation appears which is : INTEL GRAPHICS DRIVER UPDATE. This didn't appear earlier whenever I needed to update my DCH driver. Please find me a solution. Note that I have an Intel HD graphics 630.

Thank you .
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Faeronis
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Successfully installed driver from command line:

1) download .zip with driver and unpack it in C:\1 so Installer.exe must be located in C:\1

2) run this command line from Windows Terminal/PowerShell:

 

cd c:\1

./installer -b -o -s -f

 

If you want to run it from old command line cmd.exe type this line by line:

 

c:

cd \1

installer -b -o -s -f

 

3) computer will reboot after some time

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AlHill
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You have not provided any information about your system.

So the Intel support engineers can have more information about your system, Download, run, and save the results of this utility as a text file:
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25293/Intel-System-Support-Utility

Then ATTACH the text file using the instructions under the reply window ( Drag and drop here or browse files to attach ).

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11 is the new Vista]

Faeronis
New Contributor I
857 Views

Successfully installed driver from command line:

1) download .zip with driver and unpack it in C:\1 so Installer.exe must be located in C:\1

2) run this command line from Windows Terminal/PowerShell:

 

cd c:\1

./installer -b -o -s -f

 

If you want to run it from old command line cmd.exe type this line by line:

 

c:

cd \1

installer -b -o -s -f

 

3) computer will reboot after some time

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