Outdated drivers can create technical issues with specific games or programs even if others are running fine. Updates are released routinely, so even new computers can have out-of-date drivers.
Find out the make and model
Yes, we mean the make and model of your Graphics Card, not your car.
First things first, before you update your drivers you'll need to identify what make and model of Graphics Card you have in your system:
- Press Windows Key + R
- Type DxDiag and hit OK
- Click the Display tab
- Your graphics card make is shown next to Manufacturer
- The model is next to Chip Type
Update your drivers
Surprisingly, we are still only talking about your Graphics Card.
Great, now you know the make and model you can follow these steps to update your drivers.
FYI - You'll need full admin access to update your drivers.
- Visit the website of your graphics card manufacturer. Popular manufacturers include: