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Windows 7: How to slipstream graphics drivers

02 May 2009   #1
ChowBoy

Windows 7 RC
 
 
How to slipstream graphics drivers

I have the Intel Q45/Q43 Express Chipset on my Asus P5Q-EM DO motherboard. Video drivers installed with Windows Beta 7057 worked perfectly but when I clean-installed Windows 7100 RC, the drivers were updated to a newer version and now my desktop and background video gets totally corrupted after computer is in use for 20 mins or so. If I minimize and then maximize the window I'm working in it clears it up for a few minutes.

Can anyone tell me how to take the graphics drivers from 7057 and slipstream them into 7100 RC so I can use the RC without pulling my hair out? I tried to "upgrade" the drivers to the old version, but no way to do that. And it has no rollback feature.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

ChowBoy


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02 May 2009   #2
12eason

Windows 7077
 
 

You can uninstall the current driver and then install the 'old' ones.
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02 May 2009   #3
ChowBoy

Windows 7 RC
 
 
No Go

Thanks for the suggestion, but it won't install any driver earlier than the current one. Guess I'll have to wait until Win 7 is released and get drivers from Intel.
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03 May 2009   #4
ChowBoy

Windows 7 RC
 
 
Problem Solved!

I have found the answer to this problem (for now) by searching the Web more. Download the latest GMA 4500 drivers for Windows Vista and install them using the installer in Vista compability mode they will install just fine and work great!

Thanks for the help, my friends!

ChowBoy
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