- Intel® Driver & Support Assistant (IDSA) shows the following warning: Installing this graphics driver from Intel may overwrite customizations from your Computer Manufacturer (OEM). If a newer graphics driver is available from your computer manufacturer, we recommend you install that driver instead. To learn more about installing an Intel driver on your OEM system, refer to this article.
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But should I also install motherboard's intel graphics driver and CPU integrated intel graphics driver? I thought it would be good to have them installed just in case my main GPU died, but I also heard that there can be problems with some games (like GTAV) when you have dedicated+integrated graphics.
I think the integrated graphics should work at shitty resolution without drivers, so I see no point in installing them unless your GPU dies. You can try to connect to the integrated graphics without drivers just to make sure, though. Hereis a source. level 1 · 7 yr. ago Fuck Everything Accordingly
Oct 29, 2020 · If the driver you installed doesn't work properly, or you simply want to go back to a previous driver, perform the following steps: Open Device Manager, click Start > Control Panel > Device Manager. Expand Display Adapters. Double-click on your Intel display device. Select the Driver tab. Click Roll Back Driver.
Jan 17, 2021 · It's kind of like some of those driver updater software.....Intel installed software is telling you that there are updated drivers for those particular hardware components but are most likely not needed (99% of the time). It's best to just update drivers manually from OEM support web page.