Yep, the drivers are out of date as I’m pretty sure it’s from 2018 or 2017. Intel makes a lot of bug fixes with new updates so try to update your drivers as sleeping snake said. I recommend installing intel driver and support assistant as this app will keep your drivers up to date. Heres the link: Intel® Driver & Support Assistant If you don’t want to install that’s fine. But try to update your drivers and see what will happen. But updating drivers may brick the computer if you don’t do it correctly. Make sure to keep your computer on when updating drivers. - Gamer3
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An automatic driver updater might not work for them without first following the first part of my instructions. The reason for that is that many OEM PC manufacturers use proprietary drivers for their Intel based systems. This disallows the user from updating the driver outside of the OEM specific drivers. Even official Intel drivers will get rejected, and their system will report that there are no new updates for them, even if they’re literally years out of date. That’s why I’ve told them to manually install a legacy driver first, before installing the latest driver available.
Most likely, after manually installing the legacy driver, and thereby circumventing the proprietary driver’s limitations, the automatic driver installer would work as well.
Usually you simply go to the manufacturer’s website and grab the latest one. But Intel is complicated where they lock the drivers if you have a laptop so you need to circumvent it. If you build your own desktop computer you will never have this problem.
I’ve just updated all my drivers. I’ve made a test, and it look like things goes normal, except that games run à 50%. Also, there is a weird screen bug (not really impactfull but it’s annoying and appear either one the left screen either on the right) and when i try F11 or Esc to leave fullscreen mode, it crash. Or at least for now it didn’t do anything except crash or oblide me to close Citra.