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Intel Embedded Media and Graphics Driver

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Article updated at 12 Feb 2020

The Intel Embedded Media and Graphics Driver (EMGD) is enhanced over the previous Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers (IEGD) by providing higher performance and improved usability.

Important Note

Please read the User's Manual and the Specification Update provided by Intel.

IMPORTANT (BIOS): Depending on the selected amount of configurations the size of the Video BIOS may grow from 64k to 128k. Note: A 128k Video Bios is currently not supported by our System BIOS. If you program a 128k Video BIOS to the flash, the system will never come up again (until you replace the BIOS)

Download and Install the Configuration Editor

To create your own driver for special display configurations you can use the EMGD Tool from Intel.

Note: EMGD requires a Microsoft Windows Environment to run the Configuration Editor. You can install the EMGD Tool on your Woodpecker/Robin Module or on a development host. With the EMGD Tool you will generate the driver for your display. After generation, you have to install the driver on the target.

Open the download page for the Intel Embedded Media and Graphics driver (EMGD):

Download and open the EMGD driver.

You will find more information about the Intel Embedded Media and Graphics Driver here:

After installation, you will find a shortcut on the desktop. Open the EMGD Tool. Make a new configuration and then a new package with your configuration. Generate an Installation. This will create a zip file with all the necessary drivers.

Please take reference to the EMGD User's Guide for additional information about How To install the generated drivers to the desired Operating System.

For detailed instruction on how to generate LVDS Graphic Drivers visite the IEGD LVDS Configuration section.

Change Driver Settings from inside an Application

If you are looking to change driver settings (brightness, contrast, ...) directly from your application take a look at the EMGDGUI Sources, found in the SDK folder. The SDK folder is found in the Driver Package generated for Windows XP.