Intel removed support for their integrated HD 610 graphics on Windows 7 probably as another one of their schemes with Microsoft to get you to use Windows 10, but there is a way around it.
The Problem – HD610
The Kabylake iGPU HD610 available on select Pentium and Celeron processors has no graphic driver support on Windows 7 despite performing just fine with a dedicated graphics card. For those of you who want to use the integrated graphics it has you’ve been out of luck because Intel pulled support for HD610 on Windows 7, despite it still showing as supported on their drivers page.
If you try to install Intel Graphics drivers in windows 7 using one of the affected CPU’s you’ll get an error message.
Here’s a list of all the affected CPU’s
HD 610 Windows 7 Workaround
Before they pulled support there was a version that supported Win7 called Intel_win64_184.108.40.20626. Intel removed this version from their website and can no longer be downloaded there, but here are some mirror locations where you can download it from.
All you have to do is download from one of the links below and install. Restart your Windows 7 machine and you will have full graphics acceleration on your G4560 / HD610 processor.