Updating ati video bios
If you feel you’re being slowed down by an increasingly sluggish video card, don’t run out to purchase a new one just yet; the problem could lie within the card’s Basic Input/Output System, or BIOS.
Because manufacturers are constantly fixing bugs and tweaking settings in video cards’ BIOS to keep up with increased graphics demands, installing an update might be all it takes to make your video card run like it did when it was first installed. While this may seem simple enough, it should be noted that the card’s chip manufacturer – which was likely the most prominently displayed name on its package when you purchased it – isn’t always the same as the company that produced the card.
Does anybody have any recommendations for different ones to try?
The following are some reasons why you may want to update your VBIOS: How do I install or update the Video BIOS? To update your VBIOS, you need to update your system with a new system BIOS that includes a new version of the VBIOS.
Contact your computer manufacturer to check whether a system BIOS with a newer VBIOS is available for your computer and for instructions on how to update your system BIOS. You can view the video BIOS version by checking the Intel graphics driver report.
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