NEVER use "free" tools from the internet to find or install drivers.
Use ONLY the manufacturer's drivers, from the manufacturer website.
Double click the speaker icon in the lower right hand of the desktop, this will bring up the mixer, or single click to bring up the volume control. now visit the motherboard manufacturer or computer manufacturer's website look up your computer drivers by model number download the latest audio drivers, save on the desktop...
But in case the volume is missing, corrupted, or the audio is otherwise non-functional: you check whichever audio was installed: click start, control panel, add remove programs, look at the list... turn the antivirus off, if you have multiple security programs installed, turn them all off (your driver may not install if security systems are turned on) now load your new audio driver, restart, turn the antivirus back on.
Hello, I have laptop Acer Extensa 2508 with Windows 8.1. But both drivers redirecting me to this https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/24593/Intel-HD-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-7-8-8-1-64-bit That means it have 1 driver for chipset and GC ?
I have Intel Pentium N3540 and integrated GC Intel HD Graphics (8086-0F31).
You should always install drivers from manufacturer site, but I think driver tools still make sense when the drivers for certain OS don't listed on manufacturer site.
Currently I'm using drivertoolkit to help my drivers updated...
Support for older versions of Windows Desktop NOTE: Microsoft have ended support for certifying XP and VISTA through their WHCK test program.
From revision 2.12.24 with Device Guard Support, the driver will not load on XP or VISTA.