Intel has provided its users with a new HD Graphics package, namely version 220.127.116.1193, which fixes the corruptions encountered when rendering triangle strips in an OpenGL MATLAB sample, and more.
Specifically speaking, this 2993 build also removes the bug that caused OpenGL sample applications to extend off-screen when changed to full-screen (instead of windowed mode), as well as fix the problem with some laptops that went blank when updating graphics driver and restarting.
When it comes to compatibility, the present update is suitable for system configurations running under Microsoft’s Windows Vista or 7 platforms, either 32- or 64-bit architectures, and that include valid processor model with a HD Graphics chipset.
In order to be clear, the driver supports platforms which contain a 1st Generation Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 CPU (either desktop and notebook models), a Pentium G6000, P6000, or U5000 processor, or one of the Celeron P4000 and U3000 series models - all combined with Intel HD Graphics.
As for applying this package, simply download and run the appropriate executable for your computer’s OS, wait for all files required for this upgrade to be prepared, and follow all instructions displayed on-screen for a complete installation.
That being said, download Intel HD Graphics Driver 18.104.22.16893, apply it on your system, and upgrade your video chipset in order to benefit from these new improvements. Also, constantly check our website in order to stay up to speed with the latest releases.