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should I install intel stock display driver ?

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pavilion 15-cx0049ne
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

so I installed Intel driver support assistant , and ran driver update search , I found 2 updates , one of them is to my intel graphic card. but next to the update download button was a warning :
Installing this Intel generic graphics driver will overwrite any customized driver from your Computer Manufacturer (OEM)
does my laptop have an OEM modified intel driver ?
can I use intel's stock driver update ?

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If it only has the onboard Intel graphics, it would be OK to update the driver with the latest one from Intel.

 

If it has a discrete graphics adapter, such as a Nvidia or AMD, plus the Intel HD graphics adapter, then don't do it because it will most likely cause the switchable graphics to no longer function correctly.

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