Installation error of the Intel ® Extreme Graphics Driver

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Hello,

How are you? I try to install the Intel® Extreme Graphics Driver on current Intel® 82845 graphics system. But having the following error message and image.

What can I do?

 

Error message:

A software error occurred. Please report this to Technical Support: Cannot install Intel® Extreme Graphics Driver on current graphics device.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #140590

Installation error of the Intel ® Extreme Graphics Driver

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Hallo Roger,

The cause of the error message that you are getting could be the graphics drivers that you are trying to install on the computer. The drivers could not be supporting the chipset in the system, or will not be able to work with the current system configuration. To resolve that issue, you will need to do the following:

You will need to check the graphics drivers are being installed on your computer for a list of common reasons that this error occurs. First check if the drivers are one of the following:

  • Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Drivers (Intel® 82915G Express Chipset family)
  • Intel® Extreme Graphics Drivers (Intel® 82865G Express Chipset)
  • Intel® Extreme Graphics Drivers (Intel® 82845G graphics controller)
  • Drivers for Intel® 82815 graphics controller

Once you establish which drivers, you can visit the intel site and verify the common problems associated with that driver and the solution to the problems.

Regards,

Carl

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #140591

Installation error of the Intel ® Extreme Graphics Driver

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Dear User,

You get this error probably because you have an AGP VGA card already installed in your PC. And working well.

If you want to install this driver you should go to your BIOS when the computer starts up and then enable your integrated Graphic device. And then turn the computer off and remove the AGP card already installed in your PC.

And then proceed with the onboard VGA. Thank you.

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