Intel have just released some new drivers for their Intel HD-series of integrated graphics processors, including the newer Sandy Bridge, but not leaving out the older Nehalem-based chips in both notebook and desktop parts. The drivers have been made available for all versions of Windows Vista and 7.
The drivers support the Core i3 desktop and mobile processors, Core i5 desktop and mobile processors, Core i7 mobile processors, and the Intel Pentium processors. There are a few resolved issues which should help some people, but is a driver release, finally, with the last one arriving in September of 2011.
The two drivers you can grab, are listed below:
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