Is there a solution to the HD Graphics 4000 driver win64_220.127.116.1161 causing a pink screen issue. Currently I have had to install the basic Win10 driver, which does not allow any real control (brightness, dual screen, night mode etc).
The pink screen is occasional and usually occurs if we leave the Lenovo ThinkTwist on, unattended for a while. When we come back the screen is pink. It is not the GPU overheating as that is at around 50deg C. When we run the Basic MS driver it is normal colour, therefore no hardware/cable etc issue.
The moment we update the driver or install the recommended win64_18.104.22.16861 the pink screen comes back.
Are there any solutions for this out there? Or when will this driver be updated?
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