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Need Intel HD Graphics 4400 driver for windows xp 32bit

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can we use that driver for XP?

There is the driver for Windows XP/Server 2003.

Do visit VBEMP site.

I tried it, It seem no error in device manager but my security cam software doesnt work.

If i add discrete VGA it works.

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There is the driver for Windows XP/Server 2003.

Do visit VBEMP site.

I tried it, It seem no error in device manager but my security cam software doesnt work.

If i add discrete VGA it works.

It need reboot after install.

Did you do it?

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There is the driver for Windows XP/Server 2003.

Do visit VBEMP site.

I tried it, It seem no error in device manager but my security cam software doesnt work.

If i add discrete VGA it works.

It need reboot after install.

Did you do it?

of course :)

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VBEMP driver makes you to be able to select SXGA and fullcolor ?

Cause of the VBEMP does not have DX component , so cam software would not work if cam software use directX.

 

of course :)

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There is the driver for Windows XP/Server 2003.

Do visit VBEMP site.

 

I tried it, It seem no error in device manager but my security cam software doesnt work.

If i add discrete VGA it works.

 

It need reboot after install.

Did you do it?

 

of course :)

 

Lenovo E73 dekstop pc de de aynı sıkıntı var. Kaç forum gezdim çözen yok gibi.

Kardeş çözebildin mi sıkıntıyı?

 

I have the same problem, with a Lenovo E73 dekstop PC. I've searched through lots of forums, to no avail.

Can you help a brother in distress?

1. No. There is no solution. The DEV_041E is not supported, period. Sorry!

2. Do post in English!

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There is the driver for Windows XP/Server 2003.

Do visit VBEMP site.

 

I tried it, It seem no error in device manager but my security cam software doesnt work.

If i add discrete VGA it works.

 

It need reboot after install.

Did you do it?

 

of course :)

 

Lenovo E73 dekstop pc de de aynı sıkıntı var. Kaç forum gezdim çözen yok gibi.

Kardeş çözebildin mi sıkıntıyı?

 

I have the same problem, with a Lenovo E73 dekstop PC. I've searched through lots of forums, to no avail.

Can you help a brother in distress?

1. No. There is no solution. The DEV_041E is not supported, period. Sorry!

2. Do post in English!

no i didn't solve it

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There is the driver for Windows XP/Server 2003.

Do visit VBEMP site.

 

I tried it, It seem no error in device manager but my security cam software doesnt work.

If i add discrete VGA it works.

 

It need reboot after install.

Did you do it?

 

of course :)

 

Lenovo E73 dekstop pc de de aynı sıkıntı var. Kaç forum gezdim çözen yok gibi.

Kardeş çözebildin mi sıkıntıyı?

 

I have the same problem, with a Lenovo E73 dekstop PC. I've searched through lots of forums, to no avail.

Can you help a brother in distress?

1. No. There is no solution. The DEV_041E is not supported, period. Sorry!

2. Do post in English!

no i didn't solve it

Thanx my friend :)

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can we use that driver for XP?

 

There is the driver for Windows XP/Server 2003.

Do visit VBEMP site.

 

Just wanted to add my two cents, this seems to have done the trick for me with Intel HD Graphics 4600.

 

Having said that, I did not require full functionality of the graphics, just to be able to support all the resolutions on the monitor. Therefore I cannot safely recommend it to somebody who needs a fully working solution.

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