Acer® Aspire Graphics Card
Aspire® is a series of Acer® computers. Aspire® series includes both desktop computers and laptops. It comes with an in-built graphics card. A graphics card is an expansion card responsible to generate images. Without a graphics card you won’t be able to display images, you can’t even play recent games which are all graphically detailed. Now the multiple graphics card technology is also available to provide the 3D performance to the single graphics card. The multiple graphics card increases the performance with 3D applications. This also improves the quality of graphics.
- Need to upgrade graphics card
- Issues while upgrading
- When to upgrade
- To prevent graphics card problem
Need to upgrade graphics card
Hardware devices require a software called device driver to communicate with the Windows®. Every driver once installed might not work permanently. It needs to be upgraded. The manufacturers of device drivers occasionally update the drivers. So you need to upgrade the drivers to the latest version. Upgrading the drivers often improve performance and increase the security. You can get the updated drivers by searching the device name. Always keep a copy of the previous driver.
Issues while upgrading
Sometimes the graphics card won’t get detected after installation and a message will be shown. This is because of the improper installation. Then reinstall it and restarts your system. Sometimes installation might lead to the system slow down. The ability to play videos in full screen and the ability to play games might be lost. The videos lag so much and might be unbearable to watch.
If any crashes, hangs, freezes or any display corruption occurs, then your graphics card might be in trouble. Incorrect display might also occur. Another main symptom of graphics card problem is the blue screen errors. When you start up your system, a blank screen appears or sometimes your system might not even respond. A blue screen appears immediately after the system starts and displays a message ``Graphics card nor responding.’’ This might be due to the improper installation of graphics driver.
The problems regarding the graphics card can be solved by regularly upgrading the drivers to the latest version. Always check whether your installed driver is outdated. Before installing, check the compatibility of drivers and the operating system. If the
installed driver is not compatible with Windows®, it might create display problems.