01-02-2017 10:02 AM
I have a Pavilion desktop purchased in 2011.
Intel (R) core (TM) i3 processor, 4GB RAM, 64 bit.
Since upgrading to Windows 10 I am experiencing problems with video and audio.
The graphics card is an Intel(R) HD Graphics card (188.8.131.5200 dated 26 November 2012) and sound is a Realtek High Definition Audio card (184.108.40.20662 dated 19 June 2012).
I've tried updating their drivers through Device Manager but windows tells me I'm on the latest versions.
Can anyone advise if there are any later, Windows 10 compatible, drivers for these cards and where I may find them?
01-02-2017 10:21 AM
There wouldn't be anything you can do about the graphics driver.
If you have issues with the graphics, like W10 and like your PC, if you can, install a graphics card that works with the power supply your PC has, and W10.
You can update to the latest audio driver below. Accept the agreement. Download and install the 2nd driver on the list for 64 bit.
01-02-2017 10:30 AM
Welcome to the forum Idiens.
You can download any driver from this link:
You can also download drivers with programs but it is not recommended due to virus
I am a computer systems engineer and a Mexican volunteer at the forum.
01-02-2017 12:10 PM
Many thanks for your reply.
The link to the audio driver provided an .exe which ran in two steps. But it failed to update the driver. However, I then downloaded the driver files themselves and installed from my PC, which worked fine. So, many thanks.
You also said "There wouldn't be anything you can do about the graphics driver." Why is that?
01-02-2017 12:16 PM
You're very welcome.
There isn't an updated W10 Intel graphics driver that exists for the Intel HD 2500/3000 graphics.
That is why I suggest if you are having issues with the graphics, then you will need to install a compatible video card if your PC supports one.