I'm running Windows 7 64-bit on an HP Pavilion dm4 laptop with an i5 core.
I recently stumbled upon a photo of a blue screen (Stop: 0x00000116; igdkmd64.sys) I encountered while playing a resource-intensive game.
I never cared about it, because I don't play the game often. But I thought today that I'd at least make sure my Display Adapter driver is updated.
igdkmd64.sys is the second file listed when I view Driver Details for the Intel HD Graphics (Display Adapter) in Device Manager, so I know I'm looking at the right thing.
I found this result on Intel's website. It seemed promising. But no matter what method of installation I use, it always fails or Windows tells me that I already have the most current version. However, the installed version of igdkmd64.sys is version 220.127.116.119; the files I downloaded include version 18.104.22.16827. So it seems like Windows is lying to me.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Edited by hamluis, 28 February 2013 - 03:55 PM.
Moved from Audio/Video to Internal Hardware - Hamluis.