When im looking for run Unreal Engine, my computer shows an error that means i have to update my graphics driver to a more compatible version but when i look for it by my core generation (core i3-2120) There's no option for Windows 10 pro even neither for windows 10 normal, and when i look for updates just in the page as normal to the latest ones, no option let me run it because my systems properties, but **bleep**, bro every tutorial to update my graphics says just look for it on the page but I HAVE WINDOWS 10 AND NO OPTION IS AVAILABLE TO MY COMPUTER REQUERIMENTS!! PLEASEEE HELP MEEE
The main problem:
Yeah i can still update in theory according to people on youtube, not the system that is lying with “The best versión of your graphics driver is already installed”.
When i want to look for a recent driver installation, there is for Windows 10 but no one of them meet the requeriments of my system. So it ends with the error that says the same.
When i search by my system properties(i3-2120) on the Intel page (according to some tutorials) It shows my options for my core generation but, not any of it for my Windows version, I bought this computer with Windows 10 Pro and this core generation and there's no compatible version on it on the page, what should i do?
when i intall any option for 64bits windows 10 for my computer(that is my computer), no one of it works: it says when trying to launch "not The requeriments of the system" something like that
I just want to update my graphics driver version but why the hell i dont find any newer version for my system??
There is no Intel driver for your 2nd gen graphics on Windows 10. All you have is the Microsoft generic driver, which lacks features and performance.
Sorry, time for you to get new hardware.
Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]
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