Intel HD Graphics 3000+AMD 7690M XT driver for W10,no such one,help

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  1. RoasterMen's Avatar
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       #71

    You can disable Automatic Driver Updates by going to System > Advanced System Settings > Hardware Tab > Device Installation Settings then choose No then restart your computer afterwards.
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  2. Posts : 116
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #72

    Guys I gave up,installed W 8.1 but having issue with chipset drivers now...
    Thx for your support.
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  3. Posts : 1,233
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #73

    frozensun said:
    Since there are no drivers for W10 I assume is not supported...There was a thread that intel HD 3000 is not supported with W10 it's something to do with WDM 1.2 (dunno what is that).
    I've messed with this issue and lost like 3-4 days.
    I will uninstall all the updates and reinstall leshcat drivers...if it crashes again I will revert to Windows 8.1,because I can not resolve this issue.
    Furthermore AMD driver is problem too,since it works only untill next power ON computer which is weird.
    But I really can not go firther more into this I lost patience and 3-4 days working on this,it's not so important to have W10 there,if I have issues every 2-3 days with these problems I will delete W10.

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    Dead link
    Thanks for letting me know. It isn't dead in post #23.
    --- I guess you hadn't checked it back there but I'll re-post it here.
    https://support.hp.com/us-en/product.../model/5205559

    Also, on my Dell Inspiron 580 which was originally Windows 7 in 2011, I have Intel HD Graphics with a Yellow marker and it works fine. In Device Manager’s driver’s tab it includes Digital signer: Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher.
    --- I also have an HP EliteBook8540w that was originally Windows 7 Pro with an AMD Graphics and the same Digital signer: Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher.

    I never did check if they have Windows 10 drivers but I do recall after upgrading to Windows 10 Pro finding a Windows 8 driver to be used as a compatibility driver (BTW, I never even used Windows 8 on either PC)

    I see you are going to use Windows 8. At least you will be fine into 2023.

    Last but not least, keep your WU’s up-to-date unless there’s a particular reason not to.
    I create system image backups during the week before patch Tuesday every month along with a simple monthly maintenance regimen. Fortunately, I’ve never had to revert to anything as long as I’ve had these 2 PC’s.
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  4. Posts : 1,141
    Windows 10
       #74

    I found the driver of this one to be fascinating , its the first driver i came across that came to combine both intel and ati (amd) driver into just one driver package and i analyzed it and its very very tricky , so since i love challenges i am willing to do a port for this one to windows 10 judging that someone has the hardware to do me the beta testing . if willing please leave a post here .
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  5. Posts : 24
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       #75

    nIGHTmAYOR said:
    I found the driver of this one to be fascinating , its the first driver i came across that came to combine both intel and ati (amd) driver into just one driver package and i analyzed it and its very very tricky , so since i love challenges i am willing to do a port for this one to windows 10 judging that someone has the hardware to do me the beta testing . if willing please leave a post here .
    Hi,
    I have 6770M, I would be happy to help..

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    I will need to review the code beforehand
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  6. eLPuSHeR's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home x64
       #76

    The icing on the cake would be to make a running w10 Sis Mirage 3 graphics.
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  7. Posts : 1,141
    Windows 10
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    LiorA said:
    Hi,
    I have 6770M, I would be happy to help..

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    I will need to review the code beforehand
    I came to find your specs posted by you in a 6 month old post :
    I have HP Pavilion dv6t CTO. Product: LF374AAR .
    I have install Windows 10 Home. version: 1909.

    with two GPU's:
    GPU1: Intel HD 3000
    GPU2: AMD Radeon HD 6770M/2GB DDR5.

    Now you claim you have both drivers installed buy you cant switch the graphics between which , may i have screen shots of :

    1 - The Device Manager > Display Adapters (expanded)

    2 - Right click both gpus > Properties > Driver (tab) for each

    3 - Go to Settings > Graphics Settings > (Select any game installed) > Options (button)

    thanks in advance .
    Last edited by nIGHTmAYOR; 07 Apr 2020 at 05:23.
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  8. Posts : 3
    Windows, Linux, Mac OSX
       #78

    I have a 6770M + Intel HD 3000 on my old HP Pavilion DV6, had your same problem when upgraded to Windows 10, but I used Leshcat Drivers (16.3.1) and everything seems to be working normally.

    Intel HD Graphics 3000+AMD 7690M XT driver for W10,no such one,help-windows10-driver-dv6-catalyst-unifl.png
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  9. Posts : 1,141
    Windows 10
       #79

    ok cool if someone seemed to have done a work around please leave the link for future reference .
    also can you do same screen shot to intel driver ?
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  10. Posts : 116
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #80

    mime76 said:
    I have a 6770M + Intel HD 3000 on my old HP Pavilion DV6, had your same problem when upgraded to Windows 10, but I used Leshcat Drivers (16.3.1) and everything seems to be working normally.
    Same drivers didn't work on my laptop.AMD card was crashing badly each time.
    Intel HD Graphics 3000+AMD 7690M XT driver for W10,no such one,help-windows10-driver-dv6-catalyst-unifl.png
    Can you link me the drivers you used or upload somewhere and tell me how you installed them,in which order?
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