I have somehow deleted the Intel HD graphics driver from my Lenovo laptop. there is now no display driver and I can't use HDMI among other things.
I have downloaded drivers from the intel website and checked that the drivers match my laptop (windows 10, i3, 64bit) but no matter what i keep getting the same error. I have downloaded the Intel DSA which says all my drivers are up to date, so that's no help. I have gone through the troubleshooting on the intel website but still its not working. Any ideas?
Thanks for your help.
Hope this helps
Before you replied, I went into device manager and found the vga driver under "other devices". I then right clicked and auto updated. It updated and i now have a "Display Adapters" option in device manager under which is "Intel (R) HD Graphics Family". The HDMI still didn't work unfortunately so I then tried updating the driver from device manager which said i had the most up to date. Next, I tried downloading the 2 drivers you suggested. The Intel gave me the error message "the driver being installed is not validated for this computer. Please obtain the appropriate driver from the manufacturer...". The NVIDIA Drvier also gives me the error "NVIDIA Installer cannot continue. This graphics driver could not find compatible graphics hardware"
Do you have any more ideas? I really appreciate your help so far.
Open the Lenovo Download Page. From the Manual Update section you can download the latest Bios and update your laptop. There is also Diagnostic utility, which may help you and give additional idea. Finally, open the Automatic Driver Update section, enter SN of you laptop and click Start Scan.