Originally Posted by dfkimbro
Try going to Intel's website directly and use the driver update analyzer http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect
. I've had it recognize new drivers weeks before they showed up on the Windows update list. I never allow Windows update to install driver updates. Sometimes they work and sometimes they don't. I always get them from the device manufacturer's website (or the motherboard manufacturer's website, if the device came installed as part of the motherboard).
(edit) Whoops, Barnahadnagy beat me to it with a different link. Should work the same.
Interestingly, theb automatic download utility downloaded the incorrect driver (is software does not match the found hardware or something to that effect). It was listed as 220.127.116.11.3621.
I had to find it manually, using a link on the web site, then I had to select three different pull downs, then it was off to Intels Product ID site (they didn't even provide a link) to track down the cpu's code name, then back to the original site to use that info to answer more questions. I'm surprised they didn't make me go to Hobbitville or whatever it's called to look for a stinking ring or broomstick.
Then of course a reboot.
After all of that: Oops, Netflix encountered a problem. It could be that your display drivers are not up to date.
Wait! Netflix is now working, it's just one movie that gives that error (Pirates Of Penzance)! Wtf??? So maybe it wasn't an HDCP issue.
In any case, still have the overscan issue on the HDTV. There's even a slightly new Intel control panel, but still no option to uncheck "Maintain Display Scailing" on the TV (it's there for the pc monitor though).
Does anybody know what Sony called "overscan" on those Cathode Ray HDTV's?
I messed with the service menu several weeks ago to adjust the size and position. I don't recall seeing overscan in there.
The card arrived today (one day delivery!!!). If I can't adjust the overscan in the TV, I'll install it later or tomorrow and report.