oh sorry, i didnt want to say its your fault!
i just thaught theres maybe a "higher" reason for that gfx bugs we users dont know, like problems with the framework your using to program construct2 or something like this, so we could inform ourselves elsewhere which gfx cards are good to use.
What graphicscard would you buy with small budget and if you had to use it for the next two years? Dont worry, i wont come back and say screw you if it wasnt the wright choice but i think or hope you have a little bit more insight on this then me or the hardware vendor.
just go with a current gen dedicated card. 90% of the people I see with any driver issues are using old cards and/or integrated ones.
Laptops are hard to do anything about, and the only thing I can suggest on laptops(and tablets) is to not buy cheap.
A high initial cost usually lasts much longer and has more supported technologies down the road. You buy cheap, and you get stuck in a frequent upgrade path continuously buying cheap and potentially problematic devices. These companies honestly WANT you to buy the cheaper devices because they get your hard earned money MUCH more frequently than the people who buy a more expensive device.
Cards I recommend on a budget:
R7 260x or better
More or less I wouldn't spend less than $100 on a gpu if I were you.
Take what I say with a grain of salt though. I tend to build the polar opposite of a budget pc and pay little attention to a vast majority of the gpu's out there... there may be much cheaper options that are still viable but I tend to be VERY picky about my parts.
As for intel integrated, I guess I wouldn't go below HD4000 and iris pro 6200