How do I uninstall and reinstall a graphics card driver in Windows?

Uninstalling a Graphics Card Driver in Windows

1. Open the Device Manager by clicking the Start button and then typing “devmgmt.msc” in the search box. The Device Manager window will appear.

2. Expand the Display Adapters category by clicking on the arrow to the left of it. This will show you all of your installed graphics card drivers.

3. Right-click on the graphics card driver that you want to uninstall and select “Uninstall” from the drop-down menu.

4. A message will appear asking if you are sure you want to remove the driver. Select “OK.” The driver will now be uninstalled.

5. Reboot your computer after the driver has been uninstalled.

Reinstalling a Graphics Card Driver in Windows

1. Visit the website of the manufacturer of your graphics card and download the latest drivers. Make sure you know what type of graphics card you have, as the drivers may be different depending on the type.

2. Double-click on the downloaded file to begin the installation process. Follow any prompts that appear and accept the license agreement.

3. Restart your computer after the installation is complete. Your graphics card will now be reinstalled with the latest drivers.

4. Check your display settings and make sure that the resolution and other settings match what you prefer for your display.

5. If desired, you can visit the website of the manufacturer again and download additional supporting software for your graphics card, such as control panel software or 3D gaming software.