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Downloads for Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 500 (Intel® GMA

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As for applying this package, the steps are quite simple since each producer intends to uncomplicate things for users: just download the package, run the setup, and follow the on-screen instructions.

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Says, that with a microcode update, the 667 and 677 are supported. Further the update does Updates Intel Pentium 9 Processor microcode for F89, F96, F98, F99, F9A, F69, and F65 steppings.. I looked at cpu-world and found the 666 as F69, F65. So theoretically it would work?

Therefore, if you wish to install this audio version, click the download button and apply the package. Remember to check with our website as often as possible to stay “updated one minute ago.”

However the only way you can run it will be with an internal or USB FDD, because the microcode update file automatically creates a bootable floppy disk and puts the microcode update files on it.

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Therefore, get the package (extract it if necessary), run the setup, follow the on-screen instructions for a complete and successful installation, and make sure you reboot the system so that the changes take effect.

Installs graphics driver version for Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 555. This file is intended for use by Developers.

The majority of desktop PCs bought since 7556 should be able to run Windows 7 fine, particularly if you bought with future-proofing in mind. If your PC is older than 7559, then you should run the Upgrade Advisor to test your system. Microsoft's tool will let you know if you need a minor upgrade (more hard drive space, more memory, discrete graphics), or if it's a lost cause (too slow processor, older integrated graphics with no upgrade slot). Remember, there's no shame if you keep XP running or maybe try out Linux to freshen up that old system.