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How to Get ZIP Version of Intel® Graphics Driver

Last Reviewed: 12-Sep-2016
Article ID: 000005488


Most users should use the self-extracting EXE version of the graphics driver. To get an EXE version, use the Intel® Driver Update Utility.


Only the following users should download the ZIP version of the Intel® Graphics Driver:

  • System administrators
  • System integrators
  • Computer manufacturers
  • You were instructed to get the ZIP version by an Intel Customer Support agent or the Intel® Support website.

To get the ZIP version of the Intel® Graphics Driver, navigate to Intel® Download Center and download a zipped version of the driver files.

  1. Identify the Intel® Graphics Controller to find the correct download for your computer. See Identifying your Graphics Controller.

  2. Visit Intel Download Center.

  3. Select the Graphics product family.

  4. Select your graphics product line.

  5. Select your graphics product name.

  6. Click the Find button.

  7. Select your operating system.

  8. Review the list of drivers and look for the version with the Latest status.

    Note If two "Latest" driver entries are listed, select the entry with "(zip)" in the Title.
  9. Click the driver's Title.

    Note To download an older version of the driver files, repeat steps 2-7 and click the title of the Previously Released version instead.
  10. Review the Detailed Description of the driver to make sure this is the appropriate driver for your Intel graphics.

  11. Click the Download button.

    Note If two downloads are listed, click the Download button for the file name with the ".zip" extension, e.g.
  12. Review and accept the Intel Software License Agreement.

  13. Click Save.

  14. Select the folder to save a copy of the ZIP file.

  15. Click Save to begin the copy.


Related topic
Intel Driver Update Utility for Graphics

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