Yoga 3 11 / 10 - window display driver stopped responding and recovered

Dear helpful people out there

I went through the existing topics related to the above I'm having the same persistent problem

In Device Manager, I tried the Nvidia driver uninstall but nothing there? -What should I uninstall then in this case?

I was on the lenovo support site and found the following - intel VGA driver windows 10 11 yoga3

http://support.Lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/Yoga-series/Yoga-3-1170/80J8/CTO/downl...

This would be the correct diver?

With regard to updating the BIOS it doesn't seem to be an update for windows 10 - is this correct?

Thanks a lot useful people out there

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Hello. It's the Intel driver for your computer. There is no updated BIOS for Windows 10.

http://support.Lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/Yoga-series/Yoga-3-1170/downloads/DS10...

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