I have a 3442 Inspiron notebook with Windows 7 64 bits.
However, it does not recognize the video card... In the Devices Manager, it only shows: Standard VGA Graphics Adapter, and the HDMI output is not working either...
I downloaded this file: Video_Driver_3YDMC_WN32_126.96.36.19931_A06 (from: http://www.dell.com/support/home/br/pt/brbsdt1/product-support/product/inspiron-14-3442-laptop/drive...) but, when I tried to install it (so many times), it says: "Your computer does not meet the minimum requirement for installing the software." and exit the installation... It does not makes any sense to me.
Can you, please, send me a link to download a valid driver for the Inspiron I14 3442 D10?
Install the chipset drivers first, reboot the computer and then install the video card drivers.
Thanks for your reply Jesse!
Unfortunately, it did not work. I dont know but seems the driver available for download in that page is exclusive for 32bits, and for any reason that I dont know, the W7 64bits it is not accepting that driver instalation... I m still looking for a valid driver...
I'm having the same problems, "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements ..." when trying to update the Intel GFX driver.
I have a XPS 8500, 64 bit, Processor Intel Core i5-3450 CPU @ 3.10GHz.
OS Windows 7.
ARE THERE ANY SOLUTIONS??
AFAIK that means it's the wrong driver.
it says: "Your computer does not meet the minimum requirement for installing the software." and exit the installation...
I had the same issue with a new OptiPlex 5050. The PC is Windows 7 x64, so I downloaded the driver for Windows 7 x64 according to Dell's website. But I think the driver is actually for Windows 10. That is my guess. I am trying to download a driver from Intel's site now, just to see what happens. I already installed the chipset driver and that didn't affect the issue.
This system ships with both Skylake (i3-6100) and Kaby Lake (most of the i5 and i7 options, 7xxx parts). ONLY the Skylake CPUs support Windows 7 -- if you have a Kaby Lake CPU, the only supported OS is Windows 10 -- there is no legacy OS support for anything newer than the sixth-generation CPUs.
If you do have the Skylake CPU, you will need to obtain the software image for it -- or prepare one yourself -- none of the Microsoft-supplied install images support the Skylake platform.
Not a single one of these threads is answered with a solution. I am amazed. It looks like a situation where the DELL is not detecting the presence of Intel HD 4000 at all. There are also signs of problems with the Intel H77 chipset in this case.
I have a Dell with Intel 4000 graphics (OptiPlex 9010 SFF) which I will be configuring shortly.
I'll post here on the results.