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updating graphics drivers

sunny1706
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I'm sorry about the vagueness of the title, but I really don't know much about computers and I'm getting really frustrated at the minute. I'm trying to update my graphics drivers and it's proving to be the most awkward thing in the world. I tried to use the assistant because I had no idea what to download, but it's been useless and constantly asks me to refresh. I tried to find whatever works manually, but it's been fruitless and my computer never reaches the minimum standard for what I've tried. 

 

I'm only looking to update my graphics drivers. My processor is a Intel Celeron CPU G540 @ 2.50GHz (2 CPUs) ~ 2.5GHz . My PC itself is a Lenovo All-In-One C340 and it's been updated to Windows 10 as of last year. 

 

I seriously have no idea what I'm supposed to do - I've found nothing that works. Any help or response would be hugely appreciated 

 

thanks

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AlHill
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There is nothing you can do with this 2011 processor.

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/53416/intel-celeron-processor-g540-2m-cache-2-5...

There is no Intel driver available for Windows 10.  All you have is the Microsoft generic adapter, which lacks features and performance.

 

For this AIO, it is time you put it in the recycle bin, and upgrade to a new(er) system.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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AlHill
Super User
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There is nothing you can do with this 2011 processor.

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/53416/intel-celeron-processor-g540-2m-cache-2-5...

There is no Intel driver available for Windows 10.  All you have is the Microsoft generic adapter, which lacks features and performance.

 

For this AIO, it is time you put it in the recycle bin, and upgrade to a new(er) system.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[This space reserved for the next Windows Vista, aka Windows 11]

 

sunny1706
Beginner
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thank you for the quick response! i really do appreciate it, even if the outcome kinda sucks. have a good day/night!!
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