After upgrading from an i3 8100 to an i5 8400, internal graphics on my motherboard no longer work

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I recently bought a Windows mixed reality headset from acer, and it was running perfectly with my computer (my previous CPU was i3 8100), with dual monitors. Just so you know I was using the HDMI port on my motherboard to do this. After I upgraded the CPU (to an i5 8400) , it no longer worked even though in the bios it says internal graphics are enabled. I was originally using a dvi to VGA to my second monitor, and then a HDMI port to my main monitor. I tried using a display port to HDMI adapter but it did not work, I am really confused.

PC Specs:
Mobo: GIGABYTE B360M Ds3h
CPU: i5 8400
GPU: Gtx 1060 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500454
500 GB SSD
PSU:EVGA 750 BQ, 80+ Bronze 750W, Semi Modular
16gb ram corsair
VR headset: https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/series/wmr
 
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Thank you for your help Volkgren, but I soon realized after going to the Intel driver and support menu, that I did not have the correct drivers installed, so I reinstalled them and it started to work, thanks anyways for your help.
 

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Ya know, that was the first thing I thought about but forgot to mention it because the CPUs have the same graphics chip and I figured if it worked before it should work now.
 

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