I tried to use the Windows 7 version of Intel HD Graphics 4000 driver (which has blue and white control panel window color) on Windows Vista Extended Kernel with NTOSKRNL Emu_Extender and some modifications. I have successfully installed it through the Device Manager driver update. And it turns out that it has worked partially. OpenGL and DX11 work perfectly without glitches, also the driver has no problem at all in Device Manager, but DX9 causes BEX64-related crashes. And until now I still cannot enjoy the Aero theme, screen savers, play videos using Windows Media Player, and some apps or games that require D3D9 won't run (because they need DX9 to work properly). The control panel itself also won't open (BEX64 crashing) unless I renamed or moved out the igdumdim64.dll file from the System32 folder and the igdumdim32.dll file from the SysWOW64 folder.
And when I am trying to show the information center page from the Options and Support menu, the control panel crashes with code 0xc0000096 (STATUS_PRIVILEGED_INSTRUCTION)
Note: I hate the Intel HD Graphics 4000 version which the Control Panel UI looks like the following picture, even though this version fully supports at least Windows XP:
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