Updating a graphics card
This error message is commonly caused by outdated video card drivers.To fix this, you generally need to update your video card drivers, please follow the directions for your Operating System below.You can right-click on them and select Update Driver Software to update the drivers.This post will show you in details how to uninstall, disable, roll-back or update Device Drivers.For these reasons, there is no need to manually update your graphics drivers.Instead, you should make sure that your computer is up-to-date using the built-in "Software Update" tool which you can reach with Spotlight.If one is found, please install the update; if for any reason there are no available updates or the updates do not solve your issue, please see to get assistance.If you recently installed Windows 10, you must take additional steps to ensure that your drivers are not overridden by Windows Update. You must first uninstall the current driver you are using before you use an updated driver from below whether or not you are using the auto-updating tool or manual methods.
In my case below, you will see an Intel as well as a NVIDIA Ge Gorce entry.
Just be sure to first check that your motherboard has an available PCI Express slot, the case has enough room to fit a card, and your power supply that can handle the extra strain.
Warning: Even if a graphics card will physically fit and your power supply has enough power (and the right connectors), it may not work.
If you are having trouble following the directions below, please see this.
Once you have found this, look for your manufacturer in the table below and go to their "Auto-Detector" site and scan your computer for any out-of-date drivers.