Try updating the folder list
There’s also a really good chance that you have some onboard generic video card.
Your best bet is to upgrade your video card drivers by heading to the manufacturer’s site, though you could just use the Upgrade driver feature built into Windows and explained below.
You’ll be able to see the version information and date on the Driver tab.
You can also update, roll back, disable, or uninstall a driver from this view, which comes in very handy if you upgraded your drivers and introduced a problem.
Again, if everything is working just fine on your PC, you should probably leave your drivers alone.
Fresh Windows Install / Built Your Own PC / Gamer If you either built your own PC or loaded a fresh version of Windows, you’re currently using the Microsoft-approved drivers included in Windows, which aren’t always going to be the fastest choice, especially if you have a real video card.
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Whatever you do, don’t use some driver update software when you can manually pick the right drivers easily.If you are having a problem with a particular device, you can quickly upgrade to a newer version by opening Device Manager, right-clicking on the device, and choosing Update Driver Software.This will pop up a wizard that lets you either search Windows Update or your PC for the latest drivers—or you can manually install the drivers by using the Browse option.There’s more chance of breaking something than anything else, so if everything on your PC is working just fine, you can skip the driver updates for the most part.There’s a notable exception to this rule, of course.
Off the Shelf PC If you’re running an off-the-shelf PC or laptop and haven’t reloaded Windows manually, chances are good that most of your drivers are already using the manufacturer’s approved drivers.