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Vishal789
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Want To Update Intel® Graphics - Windows® 10 DCH Driver

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Hey There,

I want to Update My Intel UHD Graphics Card Driver To "Intel® Graphics - Windows® 10 DCH Driver" , An Update Is Available On The Official Intel Site, I want to update this driver to run some programmes and games.I got connected with the game support communtity and they said that my drivers are out-dated and i need to update them and they gave me the link offical intel website and it showed one "software update is availabe" but they also showed a warning 

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Is it safe to download this driver , will i lose my warranty over the product ? , I even Went Through The HP Website To See Driver Updates But There Was No Update Availabe

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Prométhée
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Hello
it's just a change of drivers ..
Intel simply warns that if you do not use the manufacturer driver, functions may be different!
but that does not change the warranty
if the driver does not work back to the HP driver, that's it!

drivers here :

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-all-in-one-pc-22-df0000i/32516343


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will i lose my warranty over the product ?

Doubtful, unless you contact HP, with a problem, and admit to them that you have changed the video-card.

Before you call them, revert to the original video-card, to see if you still have the issue. If you do, contact HP, but say nothing about the "alternate" video-card that no longer is installed.

 

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Hello
it's just a change of drivers ..
Intel simply warns that if you do not use the manufacturer driver, functions may be different!
but that does not change the warranty
if the driver does not work back to the HP driver, that's it!

drivers here :

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-all-in-one-pc-22-df0000i/32516343


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Thanks

 

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