How to Solve Intel Graphics 3000 Driver Issues in Windows 10
Uninstall the Driver in Device Manager
Uninstall the problematic driver and restart your PC, then Windows will reload the driver automatically. So go to Device Manager, uninstall Intel Graphics 3000 and restart your computer. If you are not sure how to perform the uninstall, refer How to Uninstall Drivers in Windows 10.
Install Compatible Drivers
Intel Graphics 3000 support Windows 7 and Windows 8. If uninstalling driver doesn’t work, try installing Windows 7 drivers or Windows 8 drivers, which most probably are compatible with Windows 10.
Refer steps below.
1. go to Intel website.
2. Download the right driver according to the operating system that your PC is running (32-bit or 64-bit).
3. Download .exe file.
4. The installer file is in self-installing format. After download completes, just double-click on the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions to install the driver.
Uninstalling the driver and installing compatible drivers should solve Intel Graphics 3000 driver issues in Windows 10. If you try both solutions and the problem persists, you might need to downgrade your OS to Windows 7 or Windows 8. Alternatively, upgrade your graphics card to one which is supported in Windows 10.
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