Hello, I recently uninstalled my graphics drive because it was giving my computer problems. I want to know how to reinstall a graphics driver that supports OpenGL so I can play Minecraft. My computer has already crashed once and I don't want that to happen again.
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Its time to upgrade your hardware.
There is no Intel Graphics Driver to support Intel® HD Graphics 2000 on Windows 10. The Graphics Driver version 220.127.116.1159 is the latest driver from Microsoft that supports your CPU and Windows 10.
The latest driver released by Intel is version 18.104.22.16829 and supports Windows 7 and 8 only.
You need to purchase an add-in PCIe graphics card and use that for your gaming and OpenGL software. You will have to stay with an older card, as modern cards are likely not supported by your motherboard's BIOS. I might suggest that you try using an NVIDIA GT 730, NVIDIA GT 710 or some other (older) NVIDIA card.
Hope this helps,
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