Please check your Notebook manufacturer's website for updated drivers.If current drivers are not available, you may be able to download modified third party drivers from
Just like computer programs have updates and service packs to fix bugs and add features, drivers do as well.
If you’ve got a problem with a device, you should think about upgrading the drivers.
If you do not know your video card's chipset, please contact your PC manufacturer or the manufacturer of your video card for chipset information.
before installing updated drivers to avoid driver conflicts.
Talk to any tech person, read any forum, and at some point you’re sure to be told to update your drivers… And is it necessary to compulsively update your drivers? In very simple terms, drivers are computer programs that let Windows and your other applications interact with a hardware device.
Your computer doesn’t natively know how to use all the features of your video card—it needs a driver to do that.
If you’re looking for a speed boost, updating your drivers to the latest version isn’t a magical speed enhancement that will suddenly remove the need to upgrade a slow PC.
If you’re upgrading from one version of a driver to another version, chances are good that the only things included in those updates are bug fixes for specific scenarios, and maybe some very minor performance increases.
Please consult your video card manufacturer or computer assembler if you have any questions regarding the installation of updated drivers.