I have a homebuilt Intel Corei5 system that I use to rip my disks. It is built on an Asus board that has a built in Intel® HD Graphics 4600 video adapter. I don't use this as a media player in any way and it's not even connected to a TV. I usually access it remotely via RDP etc. All it's used for is as my Plex server and to rip my physical media and "back of the house" stuff. CloneBD has pretty much always given me the message that my video drivers are out of date. When I run the Intel upgrade wizard it tells me they are up to date at this version: Driver Version220.127.116.1163 Driver Date10/29/2018 When I run the Asus utility to check for driver updates it says it's also up to date. CloneBD gives me the message that is shown in the attached screen shot. I'm trying to figure out if I'm missing something here or is CloneBD just wrong. If there is a driver update where does it come from if both Intel and the board manufacturer says it is up to date? Thanks in advance!