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I had a ridiculous WEI score. So I decided to download the latest drivers and they won't bleeping unpack!
 

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you sure its for the correct model? also run as admin and if that fails try safe mode install
 

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run the package as admin under windows vista compatability

Just tried that, still the same error.

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you sure its for the correct model? also run as admin and if that fails try safe mode install

It's for Intel's Mobile 4 and HD series

Would uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers work?
 

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also if the downloaded package doesnt work download for windows xp and run in compatability mode under admin, this has worked for many people I have helped,

what operating system is the package for anyways?
 

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also if the downloaded package doesnt work download for windows xp and run in compatability mode under admin, this has worked for many people I have helped,

Download the XP drivers?


what operating system is the package for anyways?

It's for Win7 x64 but Intel's download center shows them as being for Vista as well.
 

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try the windows xp x64 driver and run under windows xp sp3 compat as admin
(sounds retarted but thats how I fixed my old motherboard driver issue with the intel graphics)
 

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try the windows xp x64 driver and run under windows xp sp3 compat as admin
(sounds retarted but thats how I fixed my old motherboard driver issue with the intel graphics)

When I run it I get a message saying that my computer has newer driver blah blah blah do you wish to overwrite them? Since the XP drivers are older there isn't really any point I guess to try since I'm trying to upgrade them. Should I just try to completely uninstall the drivers and allow windows to grab the newest ones via WinUpdate?
 

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Uninstalled the driver and ran the installer. Worked perfectly, another incident that can be chalked up under the "Wonderful World of Windows".
 
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