A graphics card is a piece of computer hardware that displays the image you see on your computer screen. This is a great way to establish a connection between the monitor and the computer. However, sometimes you may experience issues with the AMD or NVIDIA graphics driver. At these times, your Windows 10 system does not detect your NVIDIA or AMD graphics card. You may see error messages like:
- NVIDIA GPU not detected
- AMD graphics card not detected.
AMD or NVIDIA graphics card not detected
If the AMD or NVIDIA graphics card is not detected in your Windows 10 system, follow the following suggestions:
1] Enable the Graphics Card:
This problem usually occurs if the graphics card is disabled in Device Manager. In such a case, activating the graphics card would, therefore, be a good starting point. Here is a little guide to do:
- Press the Win + X keyboard shortcut key to open the advanced user menu.
- Select Device Manager from the menu list to open it.
- Expand Display adapters
- Find your NVIDIA card.
- Right-click on it and select Disable.
- Once disabled, right-click on it and select Enabled.
- Then restart your device and once it starts up, check if it fixes the problem.
However, if you can’t find the Activated option there, it looks like your graphics card is already activated. In this case, you should opt for the next effective solution.
You must follow a similar procedure for AMD drivers.
2] Use the command prompt
If activating the graphics card does not solve the problem, run a command, and check if it resolves the problem.
To do this, open the command prompt with administrative privileges, type the following command and press Enter:
bcdedit /set pciexpress forcedisable
After running the command line, close the window and restart your device.
Once you’ve restarted, try installing the driver and see if the graphics issue is resolved now.
3] Install the latest graphics drivers
If none of the above methods work for you, you should download the latest NVIDIA drivers for your computer.
Before you begin, you must first remove all previous NVIDIA drivers installed on your device.
- To do this, open Windows settings (Win + I), then select the Applications category.
- In the Applications and Features section, scroll down with the mouse wheel and locate the drivers associated with NVIDIA.
- Now select them one by one and then click on the Uninstall button.
- Then follow the on-screen instructions to complete the uninstall process.
- You must follow a similar procedure for AMD drivers. You can also download or update the AMD drivers.
4] Reset BIOS
You may want to reset your BIOS to the default settings and see if that helps. You can also update your BIOS and see if it helps.