HP 2000-2d03sq dedicated graphics card

So, I need drivers for WIN 7 ultimate x 64.

I can't find it, now I use windows 8.1 but I do not...

First of all, I have installed windows 7 ultimate x 64, but the integrated card did not work...

Now, on windows 8.1, I can't play games (for compatibility with windows 8)

Please help me with all the drivers for windows 7 ultimate x 64.

Thank you.



Try the W7 x 64 graphics drivers from the link below...

Only install you this driver that installs the drivers for the AMD and Intel GPU.

DO NOT try to install stand-alone Intel drivers, and updates to the Intel driver.


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