Intel HD NUC Graphics Driver 10.18.10.3412 for Windows 8/7 32-bit
- Intel Wireless Display native Miracast* support for wireless streaming on Windows 8.1.
- DirectX 9 Optimizations
- The following issues were fixed on 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors/ 4th Generation Intel Core Processors:
- Resolved display corruption seen when capturing video with Windows* 8.1 operating system camera application with stabilization turned on
- Resolved Blue Screen issue seen with message “Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info, and then you can restart” when hot docking and undocking system with a display device connected to the DisplayPort
- Resolved black screen occurring when resuming from an automatic monitor off scenario
- Resolved driver crash caused while minimizing the Minecraft window
- Resolved the issue where the ‘Built-in display’ is off, after resuming system from sleep state
- Resolved video black out while playing a content protected DVD
- Resolved the Intel Display Audio upgrade failure while upgrading the graphics driver
- While playing video via Windows Media Player, resolved error message “Display driver stopped responding and has recovered” seen after resizing the window or changing the rotation orientation.
- Resolved abnormal right edge seen while Skype video chatting in snap mode
- Resolved the issue when sporadically external monitor is not turned on while resuming from Sleep
- Resolved the issue where after changing the default hot key combinations in the Intel Graphics Control Panel, the new hot key combinations would not function
- Resolved the sporadic flicker seen while minimizing a window with Intel Display Power Saving Technology (Intel DPST) switched on
- Resolved issue when resuming from system sleep, sometimes external monitor is not turned on
- Resolved issue where Intel Dynamic Refresh Rate Switching Technology (Intel DRRS Technology) function would be lost after disabling the Intel Display power saving technology (Intel DPST) in the Graphics Control panel
- Resolved issue where Civilization* 5 game hang or crash was observed
Applications to be updated:
It is recommended to upgrade the below list of applications to avoid any unexpected issues.
- 3DMark11: Upgrade to 1.0.3 or later
- Batman Arkham City*: Upgrade to the latest patch
- Mafia 2: Upgrade to the latest patch
- Company of Heroes: Upgrade to 2.101 and update Opposing Fronts to 2.500 or Tales of Valor to 2.601
- HomeFront: Upgrade to 1.0.5 or later
- Unigine Heaven: Upgrade to 2.5 or later
- Battlefield 3: Upgrade to latest patch
- Intel Iris and HD Graphics Control Panel may report incorrect DirectX* version on Windows 8.1. Please use the Hardware table above as a reference for supported APIs and features.
- Windows Media Player 11 application: Blocky corruption may be seen when switching between windows and full screen mode on 4th Generation Intel Core Processor based on Mobile U-Processor Line
- Google Earth application: Display corruption may be seen when activating ground level view.
- Preview image in Intel Graphics Control Panel is stretched when rotating the screen 90 degrees.
- When setting the display panel scaling using a hot-key, the setting does not match in the Intel Graphics Control Panel.
- Slight corruption might be seen while dragging a window to the edge of the screen in Collage mode.
- Flickering might be seen while running Need for Speed Hot Pursuit 2 on Microsoft Windows 8
- Double mouse cursor may be seen when using a wirelessly connected display if the Intel Graphics Driver is disabled/enabled in the Windows Device Manager
- Intel NUC Board D33217CK
- Intel NUC Board D33217GKE
- Intel NUC Board D34010WYB
- Intel NUC Board D53427RKE
- Intel NUC Board D54250WYB
- Intel NUC Kit D34010WYK
- Intel NUC Kit D54250WYK
- Intel NUC Kit DC3217BY
- Intel NUC Kit DC3217IYE
- Intel NUC Kit DC53427HYE
Note: Before proceeding with your driver installation we suggest you make sure you are installing the latest version available and for the appropriate model/revision and Operating System. We strongly suggest following 'readme' instructions for installing drivers when available. Often restarting your system will be necessary for the new driver to become active and start functioning properly.
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