Your PC may not have that exact Display adapter or the Intelligent Power Sharing
feature that services Intel i3 chipsets. Is there a driver
by that name missing or which already had its driver?
You should have a newer Display driver arriving in optional Windows Updates, however. It is always better to use the drivers
given in the Windows 7 installer and then quickly updated via optional Windows Updates first. The OEM driver selection is often incorrect or badly maintained so it's best to trust Windows 7 first and then only go to the OEM site to get missing drivers.
The softwares listed should also give you back some hotkey and other functionality if needed. But I would take my time installing those based on what you are missing as most are bloatware with better versions built into Windows 7.