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Windows 7: integrated graphics intel HD4000 driver installs twice. help?

23 Jul 2014   #1

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1
integrated graphics intel HD4000 driver installs twice. help?

I have windows 7 sp1 updated With every single update possible.
I have Asus K55A Notebook.

From Asus' website, I have driver:
but from, I have:

The issue being:
I install latest version of the driver, being 3621, and a couple (random intervals) of hours later, 3308 installs itself via Bluetooth? because my Bluetooth interface opens up and says file transfer completed.

Intel core i7 3630QM with HD4000
intel WiFi 7260AC + BT 4.0 (latest driver)

for anyone, this might not be a big issue, but I'd like to know whenever this machine does something it is not supposed to do. It's just annoying and my hardware gets degraded every time I have to reinstall a driver because it's not latest version.

I have disabled automatic driver installation from both Gpedit.msc AND advanced settings, yet it still installs that pesky driver. I haven't tried disabling bluetooth to see if it'll stop installation. I didn't have this problem before installing the intel software for my WiFi + BT card combo.

Should I consider reinstalling?

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