I've been problems with my Intel Graphics 5300 in my laptop. Always when I install the oficial drive installed from Windows Update and the Intel website the display starts bliking.
I already to install new updates, edit the energy settings, change the resolution and frequency but the problem continue.
The only solution that I found was to use the generic drivers from Windows 10, but with it I lose the animations, battery, brightness and more.
I'd like to use the Intel Graphics driver in my laptop with Windows 10.
How can I do it without the display starts blinking? I think it isn't a hardware problem because the display works well with the Microsoft driver.
Please, help me!
I tried to do it. The HP drivers for my device doesn't install because it speaks my notebook isn't compatible, but I think it's the same driver that the Windows install automatically with its Windows Update.
When the Windows Update install the driver, it works but happen the problem that I said - the display starts blinking... all the versions (before the update and after it too)
UPDATE: I can install the HP drivers for Intel Graphics using the compatible mode of the Windows 8.
It was installed correctly, but it doesn't work very well. The same problem happen 😭 😭 😭 😭
I don't know more what can I do... The display always blinks when I install the drivers!
First: thanks for you answer...
So I tried to do it (again, lol) but the program isn't installed.
The pop-up says: The driver being installed isn't validated to this computer. Get the driver appropriate with the manufacturer of the computer. Installation is closed.
Every time when I open the installer this error appears. This error appears when I try to install the drivers from the HP too, but the Windows Update install this version without any problem.
My notebook is a HP x360, n127br. It uses an Intel Core M, 4GB of RAM, a SSD of 500GB and an Intel HD Graphics 5300 running the Windows 10 Home of 64Bits.