Re: 12.04 64-bit and Intel HD4000
I'm the one who suggested upgrading to 12.10 or using a PPA. But that's only if you want to use Intel's SNA (Sandy Bridge New Acceleration), which typically provides better graphical performance than UXA. The driver that is available by default in 12.04 doesn't support SNA, as far as I know; you need to use the PPA or upgrade to 12.10 for this support.
Originally Posted by williammanda
If you're fine with UXA, though, and not experiencing any issues, then there's no need to change anything at all.
Asus K55A (Core i5-3210M @ 2.5GHz/8GB RAM/120GB SSD/Intel HD 4000) with Ubuntu 12.10 Beta 2
Compaq Presario C700 (Pentium Dual-Core @ 1.6GHz/2.5GB RAM/500GB HDD/Intel GM965) with Arch Linux and Linux Mint Debian Edition