Updating video card for windows xp
You might need to update drivers in Windows when a new piece of hardware you've installed doesn't work automatically or maybe after upgrading to a new version of Windows.
Updating drivers is also a great troubleshooting step when the device is having some kind of problem or is generating an error, like a Device Manager error code.
A driver update isn't always a fix-it task, either.
An updated driver might enable new features for the hardware, something we see on a regular basis with popular video cards and sound cards.
Tip: Updating drivers yourself is not difficult, but there are programs that will more or less do it for you.
See our List of Free Driver Updater Tools for reviews of the best ones out there.
Time Required: It usually takes around 15 minutes to update a driver a Windows, even less time if the driver is self-installable or you get it via Windows Update (more on all of that below).
Updating your video card drivers is sometimes required when one wants to run a game which demands a more up to date driver.
It’s very important to choose the right drivers for your video card otherwise your computer may crash.
By following these simple instruction you too can update your video card drivers.
Recommended: Updating your Video Card Drivers can help resolve driver conflicts, improve your computer's performance and restore communication with all Video & Graphic adapters.
To update your Video Card Drivers, download the driver installer below.
With a database of over 11 million drivers, you can quickly identify every Video Card device driver made after 1994.