Acer Aspire E1-572G VGA Driver Unable to install


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    widows 10 64bit
       #1

    Acer Aspire E1-572G VGA Driver Unable to install


    Hello. I have installed intel's driver detection tool and it informed me that I have a custom driver installed by the manufacturer. Acer site scanned my pc and found new driver VGA 10.18.15.4248, which i downloaded but upon installation tells me is the wrong driver for my pc. I have upgraded(haha) from win8.1 to 10, not sure if this is part of the problem. This driver was released 7/15. I ran windows driver updater and it tells me the driver I have, the only one btw, is current. I have tried to contact both Acer and Intel and get no answers. Any help would be great as I have had problems gaming online.
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    Windows 11 (22000.100)
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    Hi,
    Welcome to the forums, have you tried version 10.18.10,3355 which is 8.1 driver.
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    widows 10 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #3

    brummyfan said:
    Hi,
    Welcome to the forums, have you tried version 10.18.10,3355 which is 8.1 driver.
    Thank you for your timely reply. I downloaded and got message "this device does not meet the minimum requirements..."
    Any other ideas?
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  4. brummyfan's Avatar
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    Windows 11 (22000.100)
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    Have you tried uninstalling the driver from Device manager and let windows install the driver? If not give it a try, go to device manager, expand the Display adapter, right click HD4400,Properties, go to driver tab and click uninstall then reboot and let windows install the driver.
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    widows 10 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #5

    Thanks for your help


    brummyfan said:
    Have you tried uninstalling the driver from Device manager and let windows install the driver? If not give it a try, go to device manager, expand the Display adapter, right click HD4400,Properties, go to driver tab and click uninstall then reboot and let windows install the driver.
    I have iObits ASC and i went into system information and guess what. I already have the latest driver installed. (10.18.15.4248). Why both Acer and Intel's apps were telling me that I needed to update my driver instead of telling me I was up to date is beyond me. Oddly enough Window's diagnostics told me that I did have the most current driver.... funny.

    Well, thank you for all your help brummy. Cheers.
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  6. brummyfan's Avatar
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    Windows 11 (22000.100)
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    Hellbilly13 said:
    I have iObits ASC and i went into system information and guess what. I already have the latest driver installed. (10.18.15.4248). Why both Acer and Intel's apps were telling me that I needed to update my driver instead of telling me I was up to date is beyond me. Oddly enough Window's diagnostics told me that I did have the most current driver.... funny.

    Well, thank you for all your help brummy. Cheers.
    You are welcome, I'm glad that you got it sorted, I know that Acer don't pay too much attention to drivers, anyway, all the best.
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