video driver for d2500hn motherboard


I've been working on this for a while, but haven't had any luck finding the video drivers for the integrated video for the intel d2500hn motherboard. I need the Windows 7 x64 driver. The CD that came w/ the motherboard came only w/ the x32, and looking at the website the driver is for x32 only also. I'm not sure what model the video even is.

I've surfed around the internet w/ no luck finding anything regarding windows 7 x64. Looking through experts exchange there are driver for XP but no Windows 7. There are x64 drivers for XP &  Windows 8 but not Windows 7 for some reason.

There's looks to be the intel integrator, which I'm not sure what that is, but may have something to do w the x64 drivers; have no idea really.

Any help would be appreciated.

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Intel doesn't have a 64bit video driver for this Motherboard

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i would try the windows 8 driver
or try to install the XP driver in compatibility mode
kevluck373Author Commented:
With all the internet surfing I did about this I didn't think there was a x64 driver, but figured I'd give experts exchange a try to see what could happen. It's odd there are 32 bit & 64 bit drivers in all Windows except for Windows 7 x64.

The XP or Windows 8 drivers didn't work.

Thanks for your ideas
tx for feedback - and yes that is very strange, i never saw that
you know you can unpack most install files with 7-zip ?  maybe that can help
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