Taking hardware updates from Microsoft, is asking for trouble.
The track record, using those updates, is poor.
You get those from the hardware manufacturer, which in this case
would be Intel. If everything is working properly on your
computer, then there might be no incentive at all, to go
looking for an update.
If you go here:
and type "G41" in the search box, that will give you some ideas
for what drivers are available.
You have to sort through the lot, to find the right one.
This is just one example of what you might find (and this
is not likely to be the right file). So this is just an example
of a potential download. This one is 25MB.
"Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for G41 Express Chipset"
If the computer is a laptop, you have to be even more careful
in that case. Laptop graphics updates should only come from
the laptop manufacturer (Dell/HP/Acer etc), as the panel type
may not be detected by Plug and Play, and the panel specifics
are encoded in the download from the laptop manufacturer
With desktop systems, the external LCD monitor is detectable via Plug
and Play, so a more "generic" driver can be used, and in
that case, you could go to Intel and use their driver.