Steps to Fix Display/Video/Graphics Issues after Windows 10 Update

Upgrading to Windows 10 is such a tricky way because a simple mistake in this process can affect the entire computer or laptop. There are lots of issues or errors that generated during upgrading process, some of the issues are : “No audio Output Device is installed”  “No Wi-Fi on Windows 10” “black screen in Windows 10”, and display problems are the common errors that appear after Windows 10 upgrading.

In this blog you will learn how to fix display errors after Windows 10 update. Computer’s Display card is also known as video card, display adapter, video adapter, graphics adapter, or graphics card; so don’t get confused between these terms.

Common display issues on Windows 10 are:

  • You will see an error message “You may experience problems with the display” after installing Windows 10 on your computer or laptop.
  • Crashing of output of the system’s display, it happens when Windows 10 automatically updated or replaces the Nvidia graphics card drivers via Windows Update.
  • Very poor image rendering after Windows 10 upgrading.
  • Stuttering issues will also occur when playing video games on Windows 10, it generally happens when user try to play 3D games.
  • An error “A graphics problem has been detected” comes in to view.
  • After upgrading to Windows 10, system gets unable to detect GPU.
  • GPU driver is unable to work properly after upgrading to Windows 10.

Microsoft previously warns about this issues with an Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) graphics, no matter what you are using a Intel (R) HD graphics card or Nvidia graphics, or the AMD Graphics.

In order to solve this issue you need to apply some effective tricks, these tricks are very easy and so one can easily solve this issue with ease. To get the complete solution you must visit: