Just fyi... I can explain some of the mystery (which can also be helpful to know for future readders) First, as Cobalt006 proved, it's always best to start with the drivers on the manufacturer support site. That said, it's also be helpful to know Hardware IDs are always telling and never wrong (because Windows receives the Hardware ID directly from the Plug and Play device, itself - in this case the graphics chip) A Hardware ID that starts PCI\VEN_8086 always indicates an Intel chip Here's what happened. (I downloaded sp26359.exe file myself to look at the driver files contained) > That HP exe file actually contains driver files for BOTH Intel and Via graphics chips! Maybe that's why they labeled the driver on their web site a driver "collection", HP must have produced that computer model with both those different graphics chips in the past > The HP support site wasn't completely correct. In this case the computer specs were misleading as to the graphics chip. On occasion, I've seen incorrect/incomplete info on HP support site before. In any case, enough of all that. Bottom line is you have your problem fixed!