Graphics Driver incapable of updating

Discussion in 'Windows 8 Graphics' started by Teknet, Apr 22, 2014.

  1. Teknet

    Teknet New Member

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    Try uninstalling the old one and install the latest.
     
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    Could you be more specific on exactly how I would do that?
     
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    Before you do that, you may want to watch and try this first...
     
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    I tried that and it installed a version of Blustacks: one that can't run any apps other than Facebook and Whatsapp among some other novice apps. I think the main concern is the graphics driver because without it, the application won't run any good apps. The YouTube video basically skirts the driver issue by installing a defunct unusable version of BlueStacks. Windows found the file I need, but I have no idea where it is. Otherwise I would've attempted a manual driver update. Intel no longer issues updates for my driver, but Windows is saying there is a better version. How do I install this?
     

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    The latest driver available for your graphics may still not be enough to make it work. It seems that the support for your graphics card ended long time ago. The only workaround maybe is to find a "bypass" method that will work for your graphics card. Youtube is your friend for this one.
     

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