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Intel® Graphics – Windows® 10 & Windows 11* DCH Drivers

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HP Envy Notebook
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have an HP envy Notebook.  It has the 

 

Intel® UHD Graphics 620 (version24.20.100.6344

NVIDIA GeForce MX150 (version 27.21.14.6280) 

I am getting the update message from Intel to update to Intel® Graphics – Windows® 10 & Windows 11* DCH Drivers

version 30.0.100.9864. When I tried to install it said nope due to the OEM custom drivers. I assume that I do not want to override and install manually? I have no issues now and do not want to create any.  Also I do not use  the laptop for gaming.  Microsoft says I am a go or Windows 11, I assume  Microsoft Update will take care of what it needs? Also I was going to wait  awhile before installing Windows 11, to let stuff  settle down after initial release. What are your thoughts on this? Thanks Brian..

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@Antq69 wrote:

 ....Also I was going to wait  awhile before installing Windows 11, to let stuff  settle down after initial release. What are your thoughts on this? Thanks Brian..


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From my view, you have a good approach. No rush to jump to a boat which may have holes under the waterline. I used to install new OS on at least 2 test machines first before all my other machines, but not this time because all my test machines do not meet CPU requirement for Windows 11.

 

Please check the following document from HP

 

            https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/ish_4764126-4764171-16

 

Regards.

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@Antq69 wrote:

 ....Also I was going to wait  awhile before installing Windows 11, to let stuff  settle down after initial release. What are your thoughts on this? Thanks Brian..


@Antq69 

 

From my view, you have a good approach. No rush to jump to a boat which may have holes under the waterline. I used to install new OS on at least 2 test machines first before all my other machines, but not this time because all my test machines do not meet CPU requirement for Windows 11.

 

Please check the following document from HP

 

            https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/ish_4764126-4764171-16

 

Regards.

BH
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