1. How to check the graphics card model
Open the Start menu on your PC, type "Device Manager," and press Enter. You should see an option near the top for Display Adapters. Click the drop-down arrow, and it should list the name of your GPU right there.
2. Download the driver from the manufacturer's website:
3. Manual update:
Method 1（Recommended）: Download DriverTalent, use it to scan the graphics driver and update as prompted.
a. Switch Interface Language (if you're not an English user)
b. Download and Update Windows Drivers to Fix Driver Issues
c. Scan and select the corresponding graphics card version to install
Note: There are several new driver versions available for you to download. Driver Talent will recommend the best-matched driver version with a thumbs-up sign and there are also the latest driver versions. You can select the version you need to download it.
d. Backup Drivers
Note: Backing up drivers is important because it enables you to restore drivers, especially when the drivers are missing or replaced with incompatible ones. This will help to avoid conflicts and errors.
Method 2: Via system update (not recommended. Old computers may not be able to check for updates.)
a. Right-click the Start button at the lower left corner and select "Device Manager"
b. Click the arrow next to "Display adapters" to expand the content and reveal your graphics card.
c. Right click on your graphics card, and then click "Properties".
d. Go to the "Driver" tab, and then click "Update Driver" .
e. Select "Search automatically for updated driver software" (recommended).