Updating the graphics card driver
If you encounter an error message asking you to update your graphics drivers, you will need to download a new driver from your graphics card manufacturer's website and install it on your system. Some graphics card drivers also have a useful utility that notifies you when a driver update is available and updates the driver automatically. Keeping your graphics card drivers up-to-date will ensure stable performance of applications and games on your computer.
Step 1: Find your graphics card manufacturer
Right-click your desktop and choose Display Settings.
Scrool down the windows, click Advanced display settings.
This will open your graphics card properties. Note the full name of the graphics card somewhere for later.
Step 2: Download the new version
Now that you've learned your graphics card manufacturer and model, go to the manufacturer's website and find driver downloads. There, look for the model or series that you've found earlier and download the driver installation file. Some manufacturers may also offer a utility that will automatically find the necessary driver.
Only download drivers from the official manufacturer's website. Third-party websites offering driver downloads may contain malware.
Step 3: Install driver
Once the file is completely downloaded, run the installation file and follow the onscreen instructions to install the driver on your system. Your display may blink several times in the process. After the installation has finished, it is advised that you restart the computer.