02-13-2015 04:20 AM - edited 02-13-2015 04:26 AM
I can't find drivers for Windows 7x32 bit for my new Lenovo G50-30. Looks like Lenovo support doesn't have them. Am I wrong?
02-13-2015 04:52 AM
My laptop came without any OS. I prefer win7, so, after a battle with the BIOS i managed to install it. And now I'm missing all the drivers: the chipset, the camera, the bluethooth. Anyway, looks like they just don't have them. Although, they are supposed to.
I'm really regretting this purchase.
02-13-2015 05:26 AM
02-13-2015 05:50 AM
Can you try these drivers:
Intel® Chipset Device Software (INF Update Utility)
If the above drivers doesn't fix the unknown device under Device Manager, can you follow this guide on how to install the drivers via their Hardware ID or you may want to consider installing Windows 7 64bit (this would be best if you'll be utilizing 4GB RAM and above).
05-09-2015 08:53 AM
07-14-2015 09:08 AM
Guys finally after trying every possible driver I found the successful one for the Lenovo G50-30.
Display Card h/w is: Intel(R) HD Graphics
The driver is Intel HD Graphics for Windows 7 32-bit, you should search for file name: win32_153335.zip or win32_153335.exe.
It can be reached on this linnk:
and the newer file Ifound is: win32_153336.zip or win32_153336.exe (but I did not test it).
Google Earth was not working with the Stadard VGA Driver and the Windows Speed Index was only 1.0 since there is no decent Graphics card detected.
But now after installing the driver Google is working perfectly and the Windows Speed Index is 3.9, and now I have a graphics card with many features.
The laptop is a very good value for money deal.
10-26-2018 10:34 AM - edited 10-26-2018 10:39 AM
Intel has a good driver manager on their site, go to Intel's main site, look up support and download and run the driver program - it should pull in a good one.
This is the link to thier support / driver site. Once on the site it will ask you to download the software to find the right drivers for your intel based hardware.