Windows 11 update keeps reverting to older Intel graphics driver


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The title says pretty much everything: whenever I update to the latest Intel Graphics Driver, and I do so by first uninstalling currently installed driver , restarting and keep doing this until it shows the generic Microsoft driver and then installing latest Intel driver, afterwards whenever I manually check for updates, Windows Update always installs older version of Intel Graphics driver. Any fix? Thanks
 

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I would suggest you block the driver using Windows Update Minitool.
 

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That MajorGeeks version is from 2015... here's a much newer version direct from Microsoft: https://download.microsoft.com/down...9cd-4275-8c95-1be17bf70b21/wushowhide.diagcab

What you want to do, Uninstall/reinstall the latest drivers the way you've been doing it if you're comfortable with that, then once the latest drivers are installed, check for updates and run the file above to tell it to hide that specific driver. (Pending on how you do it, it may get a chance to reinstall the old/crap one, so just revert that again after it's hidden)
 

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In this video, i will show you how to stop specific hardware drivers from updating, while the rest of the drivers can continue to update normally.

 

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Thanks everyone for their suggestions. I will update with results once I test them.
 

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That MajorGeeks version is from 2015... here's a much newer version direct from Microsoft: https://download.microsoft.com/down...9cd-4275-8c95-1be17bf70b21/wushowhide.diagcab

What you want to do, Uninstall/reinstall the latest drivers the way you've been doing it if you're comfortable with that, then once the latest drivers are installed, check for updates and run the file above to tell it to hide that specific driver. (Pending on how you do it, it may get a chance to reinstall the old/crap one, so just revert that again after it's hidden)
The WUMT is a third party program & is dated 2022.
 

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The WUMT is a third party program & is dated 2022.
So MajorGeeks finally updated it... that's good to know, I thought it was the same link I gave in another thread to the old one. Sorry about that.
 

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I block by the registry, it happened to me with nvidia drivers.
Disable_include_drivers_with_Windows_Updates

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Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

; Created by: Shawn Brink
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; Tutorial: https://www.elevenforum.com/t/enable-or-disable-include-drivers-with-windows-updates-in-windows-11.2232/


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate]
"ExcludeWUDriversInQualityUpdate"=dword:00000001
 

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I block by the registry, it happened to me with nvidia drivers.
Disable_include_drivers_with_Windows_Updates

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Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

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; Tutorial: https://www.elevenforum.com/t/enable-or-disable-include-drivers-with-windows-updates-in-windows-11.2232/


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate]
"ExcludeWUDriversInQualityUpdate"=dword:00000001
Seems to be the simplest of all suggested approaches, hope it fixes the bug
 

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UPDATE: I tried all suggested fixes, i.e., registry, Policy Editor and the tools mentioned in this thread. Nothing works, when I Update windows, it reverts to old driver.
 

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UPDATE: I tried all suggested fixes, i.e., registry, Policy Editor and the tools mentioned in this thread. Nothing works, when I Update windows, it reverts to old driver.
What you want to do is as stated by @Archigos in post #3 above. Worked like a charm for me.
(I have the same problem).
 

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You should install the new driver then run the tool, select the driver you wish to block & choose to block it. Is this what you did?
 

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You should install the new driver then run the tool, select the driver you wish to block & choose to block it. Is this what you did?
That's what I did but when I run the tool it does not show the old driver it wants to revert to. In fact it does not show any graphics driver at all
 

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Very strange that WUMT doesn’t show the driver but Windows updates does. I’d try the download from Microsoft which Archigos mentioned.
 

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Now that you have the newer and older driver (installed by WU) go to device manager, your display adapter and select properties. On the driver tab select 'Roll Back Driver'.
It will install the newest driver again an WU should leave you alone afterwards.

2022-04-28 11_30_45-AMD Radeon(TM) RX Vega 10 Graphics Properties.png
 

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I also have a Dell laptop (Inspiron 13 7373 with 8th gen i7 Intel processor) - a bit long in the tooth now. I recently manually installed the latest Intel graphics driver, and then had a lot of hassle which caused a BSOD when returning from sleep (i.e. after every time I closed the lid). It took a while to trouble shoot, but eventually I restored the latest recommended driver (as shown on the Dell page for my laptop) and return from sleep works fine. As an enthusiastic updater, who thinks the latest drivers are generally the best, especially for security reasons, I was a little disappointed that it turns out that I am better off on this laptop with an older driver.
I just offer this as a cautionary note for anyone in a situation similar to ours. As always, YMMV.
John
 

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Now that you have the newer and older driver (installed by WU) go to device manager, your display adapter and select properties. On the driver tab select 'Roll Back Driver'.
It will install the newest driver again an WU should leave you alone afterwards.

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Yes, that's what I've been trying to do from the start since it seems to fix the issue, problem is that the "Roll Back Driver" option is unavailable, the button is greyed out
 

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It does the same on AMD graphic drivers, every new build and the driver is months out of date
 

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