Updating the device driver for your video card
Where the video card begins to have problems, the root cause is almost always faulty or corrupted device drivers.Drivers are files that show your computer how to talk to the video card for optimal results.
A video card is the part of your laptop dedicated to displaying and calculating information related to your onscreen display, whether in two or three dimensions.Unlike other hardware devices, display devices such as a computer monitor, or flat panel displays are often automatically detected and setup by the operating system.If you are looking for a video driver, see the below video card drivers section.Out-of-date drivers and operating systems can cause a variety of issues and are one of the first things to check when a game is having problems.The instructions below will help you check and update your drivers.See Apple's OS X: Updating OS X and Mac App Store app During technical troubleshooting, you may be required to reinstall an OS update or driver.
In order to reinstall drivers and files for the latest OS X build, you can download a Combo Update.
Question: I received an error message saying that my video card drivers are out of date. Answer: One of the first things you should do when a game is having problems is ensuring that your computer's drivers and operating system are up to date.
Out-of-date drivers and operating systems can lead to several issues that affecting a game's performance.
Visiting your computer manufacturer or motherboard manufacturer page allows you to see if any BIOS updates are available for your motherboard and what the updates will fix.
Updating the drivers for your CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, or other CD device may help with the overall performance and compatibility of the drive.
Updating your computer's drivers and other updates can resolve problems, improve the performance, and increase the stability of your computer.