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I can not update my driver

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Jun 11, 2020 Jun 11, 2020

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When I open my premiere pro 20. It shows this message: 
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I try to fix this problem and I want to update my Intel HD Graphics 5500 to Intel HD Graphics 4600 v.20.19.15.5063 version. When I install this driver, it shows this error:
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What can I do? Dear expert people, help me. 

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LEGEND , Jun 11, 2020 Jun 11, 2020
Guess what? Your system is now too old to be compatible with Premiere Pro 2020. You see, Intel had discontinued mainstream support for all of its 5th- and earlier-generation CPUs a few years ago. And the 4-digit model number of the Intel HD Graphics is a giveaway that it is an older-generation CPU. Adobe now requires a 6th- or newer-generation CPU just to run Premiere Pro properly. And these newer CPUs have only three-digit-long model numbers for the Intel HD or UHD Graphics (e.g. UHD Graphics 6...

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Jun 11, 2020 Jun 11, 2020

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What type of Graphics Card (GPU) do you have installed on your system? A HD Graphics 5500 or HD Graphics 4600? You cannot simply install software drivers for things that aren't there...

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Guess what? Your system is now too old to be compatible with Premiere Pro 2020. You see, Intel had discontinued mainstream support for all of its 5th- and earlier-generation CPUs a few years ago. And the 4-digit model number of the Intel HD Graphics is a giveaway that it is an older-generation CPU. Adobe now requires a 6th- or newer-generation CPU just to run Premiere Pro properly. And these newer CPUs have only three-digit-long model numbers for the Intel HD or UHD Graphics (e.g. UHD Graphics 630). Every single driver that is compatible with the older CPUs will trigger the exact same comptibility warning in Premiere Pro.

 

I am very, very sorrry to tell you this, but your system is now effectively obsolete.

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