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How do you cancel a software update announcement you don't want to install?

Mark12
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I keep getting update announcements for Intel generic graphics, along with a warning that my manufacturer may have specific graphics software tailored to my laptop. It's annoying and I can't figure out how to opt out of this update. 

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LeonWaksman
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Hi @Mark12 

If I understand correctly, you see this announcement in Intel  Driver & Support Assistant? If I'm correct, click on little arrow (left to the suggested for download driver name) and check "Hide updates like this"

Leon

 

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Mark12
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BTW here's the message:

ntel® Graphics - Windows® 10 DCH Drivers

Installing this Intel generic graphics driver will overwrite any customized driver from your Computer Manufacturer (OEM).

OEM drivers are handpicked, customized, and validated to resolve platform-specific issues, enable features and enhancements, and improve system stability. Intel’s generic graphics drivers are intended for testing, and we recommend using drivers from ASUS or ASUSTek. Report any issues found with this driver to Intel.

LeonWaksman
Super User
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Hi @Mark12 

If I understand correctly, you see this announcement in Intel  Driver & Support Assistant? If I'm correct, click on little arrow (left to the suggested for download driver name) and check "Hide updates like this"

Leon

 

Mark12
Novice
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I did see that but I was unsure if it would kill off other announcements. I'll do it! thanks Leon!

 

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