How to Check your Graphics Card in Windows 11

If you’ve recently installed a new graphic card and forgot the model number, then this article will help you. The new Windows 11 comes with new tools and features that will easily find all installed hardware and software.

Check your Graphics Card in Windows 11 Manually

The most common reason for a missing or outdated graphics driver is that Windows didn’t install it when you initially installed your hardware. If you find that this is the case, then you can reinstall windows. Go to the control panel, click on programs and features, then select add or update driver. You can search for your graphics drivers using the search box or by the manufacturer.

Use System Information to view Graphic card model

First of all press Windows + S button on your keyboard to open Windows search.

Search system information and then click on the first result.

Search system information and then click on the first result

Open it and then find graphic card details. Here you will see your graphic card model.

If you’re getting an error message about your graphics drivers, then it’s time to download driver update software. Driver update software will scan your PC for outdated or broken drivers. It will then try and replace them with new ones that are up to date and correct. After downloading and installing the program, follow the on-screen prompts to perform a driver scan.

Another option would be to update the firmware on your motherboards. Many motherboards have UEFI chips that allow the computer to communicate with the UEFI software on your graphics cards. If these chips are stolen or destroyed, the computer may not communicate with the UEFI software, resulting in data loss. To solve this problem, you will need to download and install a UEFI board resetter chip on your motherboard. This is a fairly simple process and can be done in less than 5 minutes.

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