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How do I replace my Intel Graphics Driver?

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My monitor keeps blinking on and off, every few seconds now, but the power lights stay on. I don't think the monitor is the problem. I think I need a new driver. I have been having problems for about 4 months now.I have received various messages that say "My computer has suffered a serious problem, etc. Messages such as"Intel Graphics Driver has stopped working properly." I don't think this is something I can do myself. Who do I call and where do I go to get a new driver? or do I need a new computer. It's about 4-5 years old. It must have blinked 30 times while I am writing this email.
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1. anti virus software
2. intel.com for driver
3. replace pc asap, it's kinda old

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