How do I reset the graphics driver in Windows?

Resetting your graphics driver in Windows can be done in a few simple steps. Depending on the version of Windows you are using, the steps may vary slightly. The general process is outlined below.

1. Open the Device Manager. You can do this by typing “device manager” into the Windows search bar. Then, select the first result.

2. Expand the “Display Adapters” section. You should see the name of your current graphics driver listed here.

3. Right click on the driver and select “Uninstall”. Confirm the action when prompted. This will remove the driver from your system.

4. When the uninstall is complete, restart your computer. This will ensure that the previous driver is completely removed.

5. After your computer has restarted, go back to the Device Manager. You should now see an option to add a new device.

6. Select “Let me pick from a list of available drivers”. Windows will then attempt to find drivers compatible with your system.

7. If a driver is found, follow the on-screen instructions to install the driver. If no driver is found, you may need to manually download the driver from the manufacturer’s website.

8. Once the installation is complete, restart your computer again. This will finalize the installation of your new driver.

Once these steps have been completed, you have successfully reset your graphics driver in Windows. If you are still having issues with your graphics card, you may need to contact the manufacturer for further assistance.