How to Update ANY Graphics Card on Windows 10

July 31, 2019 posted by


If you don’t have the latest drivers for your graphics card, your games or apps may not run smoothly. And what is more, you may
encounter blue screen issues! So in this video you are going to find out how to
easily update any graphics card on Windows 10. Now there are three ways of
doing this Windows Update, auto-detection or downloading the drivers yourself.
Alright now let us begin via Windows Update. Click the ‘Start’ button and then
type ‘device manager’ in the search field. and now select ‘Device Manager’ from the
search results. Once the device manager has opened,
double-click where it says ‘Display adapters.’ And now you should see your
graphics card and as a side note, now you know which graphics card you have. So
this also allows you to know which graphics card you have on your PC. Now
double-click your graphics card and now click the ‘Driver’ tab and now simply
click ‘Update driver’ and now you should see two options: you can search
automatically for updated driver software or you can browse your computer
for driver software. I’m going to choose the first option now Windows is going to
search and download graphics card drivers for your computer if it finds
them. Now if it wasn’t able to find anything, you might see this screen where
it says, “The best drivers for your device are already installed.” But sometimes
that’s not the case. The latest drivers are available online but it’s just that
there are some errors and Windows was not able to locate them. And that takes us to
the next step. And that next step is auto- detect. It makes sense! why not let the
company that makes your graphics card check to see if you have the latest
drivers or not? And happily the major manufacturers do this quite well. Intel
for its integrated graphics cards, and NVIDIA and AMD for their discrete
graphics cards. So in the video description I will include links to
these scanning tools. These scanning tools will scan your PC and
then download the latest drivers for you. and the last method is by downloading
the drivers yourself and this is much easier than it sounds —
trust me! All you will have to do is find out which graphics card you have and
then do a search and download the drivers for it! it’s that simple! Now, here
is another way to find out which graphics card you have. Simply
right-click an empty spot from the Task bar and then select ‘Task Manager.’ and if
it shows this small window, click ‘More details.’ And now click the ‘Performance’
tab. And now if you scroll down and go to the left, you should see which graphics
card you have from the GPU section. So as you can see, in my case, I have the NVIDIA
Quadro K600. And this piece of information is important. And we are
going to look for drivers for that specific graphics card. So now here is
what to do: open your browser and type the following, your graphics card and
then type ‘driver download’ So, since I have the NVIDIA Quadro K600, I am going
to type “NVIDIA Quadro K600 driver download.” And now i am going to click
search. and here you go! As you can see from the very first search results, I can
already see links directing me to the drivers for my specific graphics card.
Pretty simple! So this should definitely work for you as well. So overall, as you
can see, it’s pretty simple to update your drivers on Windows 10. So as you can
see, these tutorials are simple and easy to follow along. So for more videos like
this, please subscribe and thanks for watching!

46 Comments

46 Replies to “How to Update ANY Graphics Card on Windows 10”

  1. Anti gacha Master says:

    FIRST! THE TRUE FIRST GUY

  2. Nindroidica says:

    oh this a brand new video. Hi plebs

  3. Irwin says:

    thanks man this really helps

  4. TheSaux1 says:

    You did not put the links for the scanning tools you talk about in 2:10, great video tho

  5. Ps4 Videos says:

    Hey man hows it going, i have a doubt, i got a new pc and been monitoring everything, i notice my gpu was at 0% unless i opened a game, but after auto update the windows manager (dwm) also (csrss) started using gpu, i rebuild to the previous version but this is still happening, i believe it was using only cpu before so is there a way to do that again? Also it is normal to use the gpu? Thanks, hugs from brazil

  6. Dimitri Ganixa says:

    Great vid…

  7. Basically Me says:

    Had problems When launching RimWorld, updated the graphics card and it worked! Thanks!

  8. Wzrd says:

    Just got my pc and once I get in a fortnite game the screens blurry almost like it’s doubled

  9. Canadian Goose says:

    i have 2 drivers how can i update them both?

  10. Elixies Tabat says:

    THANK YOU SO GODDAMN MUCH

  11. Ella Costaro says:

    I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but the game I want to play apparently requires a Graphic Card Update and nothing I try is working, it just says everything is up to date.

  12. Shinnah May says:

    I have both intel and nvidi, what should I do?

  13. Howtomentallydostuffslapmydonkeycat says:

    how long should it take to download an intel hd graphic 520 update

  14. JOHNPAUL KUN says:

    i download it and do i just click it and install? or there's more thing to do after downloading it.

  15. Sierrah Garnica says:

    Worked so good thank you so much for the video

  16. Aidan Reed says:

    thanks you

  17. imjustaguy says:

    the download just froze for me i don't know what to do

  18. GorilaPoops64 says:

    Thanks

  19. robin Reebu says:

    Brother that's very simple trick thanks

  20. wownelfwarrior247 says:

    @Techddictive im not to smart on computers but all it says after I click that little arrow by Display adapters is AMD Radeon R7 Graphics I right clicked and updated the automatically and it said the same thing at 1:18
    I play WoW and sometimes the game crashes and before it restarts it says ''error ran into a problem need to restart'' or something like that my computer is up to date and everything but in character select screen theres a yellow triangle that says ''your computer is out-of-date'' and ''your graphics card driver is out of date'' would be nice if someone can give me a link if my graphics card driver is working or tell me something

  21. Wilthewise says:

    You saved my soul

  22. WigarZ says:

    Mine wont allow me to update.
    Edit: nvm had to run as admin first

  23. Sandwich Crusader says:

    my computer wont show me the grafics card, for the manual thing, it just stops at the four basic things like CPU, MEMORY, DISK, and wifi

  24. 5 Minute Tutorials says:

    What did he use to edit this video? Whenever the video zoomed, it looked super cool and was very helpful.

  25. DAMIAN5150 says:

    Thank you

  26. The Bonet gamer says:

    if this work you have saved my world of wracraft thank you best guide keep it up

  27. 1Pxmped YT says:

    I just did this and my driver was 4 years old lol thank you

  28. George Tufeanu says:

    I’ll tell you that is not so easy as you would like to seem , Mr. Know how ! I have a new eGPU RadeonRX Vega 64, Gaming connected to a new NUC8i7HVK. All,this drivers you are talking about were downloaded and the best software supposed installed. This did not stop the Screen go black and put me to reinstall Windows.
    Thunderbolt 3. Connection disappeared and all was lost. So please don’t brag that “ IT’S SO EASY “ because you choose only the strait forward scenario.

  29. Sipho Silimela-SHEEPOANIME says:

    Thank you 🙏🏾

  30. Ashlyn Dane says:

    I am having problems with the auto search for a update, I have the AMD Radeon HD 6310 Graphics but my computer is super slow so I needed to update it but when I clicked the search automatically button it is still searching and it has already been 30 minutes, and this tutorial is for windows 10 but I have windows 8.1 and the steps look exactly the same on my pc.

  31. Groovy Brandon says:

    I get less than 60fps playing fortnite and my graphics are on low

  32. Yahkoi says:

    I did all of these and it didn't work. I even did the manual and it said my drivers are up-to-date. and when I play a game it still says ''You're drivers are outdated!''. What do I do?

    Edit: it was glitched. I did factory reset and it worked so now I can play anything again without it telling me to upgrade.

  33. Ludwig Beresford says:

    Thanks

  34. B I G B O I says:

    i have a ati radeon hd 4200 would that work?

  35. madiro says:

    ur a legend fuxking love u

  36. The cringe guy says:

    Took me like an hour to download but worked thank you 😍👍

  37. Nemesis says:

    JUST WHEN I THOUGHT I MAY HAVE NEEDED MORE RAM, IN FACT I WAS GETTING READY TO GO OUT AND BUY IT, I STUMBLED UPON YOUR VIDEO, WATCHED IT, AND WOULDN'T YOU KNOW IT: IT WORKED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I WAS ABLE TO CONTINUE USING ELEMENT 3D ON MY AFTER EFFECTS PROJECT!!! YOU SAVED ME. YOU ARE A GREAT HUMAN BEING.
    I DON'T USUALLY SHOW EMOTION LIKE THAT, BUT SCREW IT; I LOVE YOU, Techddictive. YOU ARE AWESOME. AND WHAT A SOOTHING VOICE YOU HAVE!!

  38. IM BEAUTIFUL says:

    i dont see mines.

  39. N0bo n0oB0 says:

    this def worked man thank you. I was getting fps drops and once i watched this vid i actually get more fps than i used to. Good Job!

  40. Ali Nightly Owl Boi says:

    Hello to everyone, I was looking forward to update my amd graphics card but then found it didnt want to update so i uninstalled it and reinstalled but i cant remember which model. But i can remember its like a R5 M-Series so can anyone help???

  41. Saleh almonstar says:

    Please help me i have intel graphics card but i dont have anythink in front of it u have 4600 but i have nothink please help me

  42. D3RPySh1ba says:

    Hey Thanks Bro!

  43. Orlandas Gaming says:

    ey matey just searched for Ati Mobility Radeon 4200 Series auto detect and nothing popped up,any help at all?

  44. Shallow Shadows says:

    l can't see my graphics card in task manager

  45. Arko says:

    Keep uploading these videos you are the man

  46. NightCore Love says:

    I can't do it

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