Today i've updated my IHD graphics card to 8141 version,hoping that will fix main menu rendering issue on doom eternal.After launching the game and before loading the main menu,it crashed(it played the intro).I mention that i'd checked for OS updates, scanned all the drivers with Driver Booster 7.4 Pro and unistalled my iGPU driver with DDU in safe mode in order to reinstall it.
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I was about to come here and ask the same question. These new drivers (8141) seem like a complete downgrade from 7958 where at least the game ran for me, even if it was for 2 seconds. With 8141 I don't even get the main menu anymore. Really hope they respond to this issue as not a single person (read the comments) has been able to run DE on their Intel integrated graphics, which they so promised to have fixed crashing issues on this latest version. It's been a month already where AMD integrated graphics since day 1 have not had any issues since release, where in Intel we're just getting the sour stick of the end with apparent fake "fixed" drivers...
Yea, this situation seems similar to the original DCH drivers rollout. It seems like, when they start a major effort like this, the development team takes a snapshot of the database and implements the new feature(s) in this snapshot. Meanwhile, the sustaining team is making changes to address issues discovered in house and in the field. When the new feature(s) get rolled out, it seems like the changes from the two teams are not merged together to form the new release. The fixes made since the snapshot was taken seem to disappear. This makes every major feature rollout seem like a three-steps-forward-two-steps-backward effort.
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