How To Reset Your Graphics Driver [And Why You Should] (2023)

How do you reset your graphics driver, and why should you even bother to begin with?

As it turns out, graphics drivers can prove pretty integral to the proper functioning of your system, and even minor driver issues can manifest themselves in disruptive ways.

Today, I’ll walk you through what you need to know about that process, including how to do a clean reinstall of your GPU drivers and what problems it will actually fix.

The Basics of Graphics Drivers

In PC hardware, a “driver” is a layer of software that allows your hardware to properly interact with your operating system.

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Source: Oemdrivers

Many drivers are device and OS-specific for this reason, and in the case of complex devices like a discrete graphics card, are regularly updated to improve performance and fix bugs.

While generic input, sound, and display drivers do exist, it’s always better to get a device-specific driver from the manufacturer of your hardware if one is available.

Due to the complexity of graphics cards and graphics drivers, you can expect regular driver updates until a given generation has reached end-of-life, roughly 6+ years after release (usually).

Unfortunately, all this complexity makes things more likely to break, and if you’re here, you may already know that from firsthand experience.

Moving forward, I’ll cover common reasons you might need to reset your GPU drivers, and then a step-by-step guide to doing so.

Why You May Need To Reset Your Graphics Drivers

GPU Upgrade (New GPU of the Same Manufacturer)

If you’re upgrading your GPU to a newer card from the same manufacturer, you may actually find that your previously installed drivers…work!

If this is the case and you don’t notice any issues, feel free to proceed.

However, it’s a good idea to install new GPU drivers whenever you get a new GPU, and failing to do so could result in the below problem.

Clearing Faulty GPU Settings or Cache

If you wind up with bad GPU settings or a corrupted GPU cache for any reason, you may need to reset your graphics drivers.

I once had this problem after my PC experienced a forced restart while playing Street Fighter V.

Something about the forced restart during that high GPU utilization screwed up the GPU’s power management, and this resulted in constant crashes until I did a full clean reinstall of my drivers.

Especially if you’re crashing frequently, resetting your graphics drivers is a good place to start.

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GPU Upgrade (Different Manufacturer)

If you’re going from Nvidia to AMD, AMD to Nvidia, or either of those vendors to Intel… clear your old drivers.

You do not want two conflicting graphics drivers within the same operating system. While it’s not likely to cause catastrophic damage or something scary like that, it will cause issues, especially once you start pushing your GPU utilization.

Conflicting drivers can also result in things like Blue Screens (BSOD) and forced restarts, which you really don’t want to deal with if you don’t have to.

General Graphics Troubleshooting

Last but certainly not least…sometimes you just have weird graphics issues and figure that doing a clean reinstall of your drivers will fix them.

And it should, as long as your issue is a software rather than a hardware issue. If something that should be working isn’t, reinstalling your GPU drivers is a pretty good way to troubleshoot and narrow down the potential cause.

How To Reset Your Graphics Drivers

1. Download Your New/Current Drivers Ahead of Time

Before continuing, go ahead and make sure you have the latest stable drivers for your graphics card of choice downloaded to your desktop.

Where to download the newest Graphics Drivers:

After selecting the appropriate device driver you’ll need and downloading your drivers, place the setup files somewhere you can easily find them later— even your desktop is fine.

2. Download Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU)

Now, head over to Guru3D.com for the latest DDU download. Display Driver Uninstaller is pretty much what it sounds like: a dedicated tool for uninstalling your graphics drivers.

Unlike built-in uninstall solutions, DDU will completely remove all your old files and settings, ensuring that your new driver install will be as fresh and clean as possible.

Once you’ve downloaded the DDU zip file, extract it into an easy-to-find folder of your choice. Your Desktop can suffice here, too.

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DDU Installer Extraction

After extracting the DDU zip, you’ll enter the folder to find a Guru3D.com folder and the DDU.exe.

Opening the executable will reveal that it’s a 7Zip Self-Extracting Archive, which will extract the files into your directory of choice— this one, by default.

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Guru3D.com-DDU folder

Inside this new DDU folder, you’ll find the Display Driver Uninstaller.exe you’ll want to run in order to clear your GPU drivers.

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3. Launch DDU

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DDU Launch folder

On your first launch of DDU, you’ll be presented with the following screen. Check the vendor-specific options according to the GPU you have.

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DDU first launch

4. Optional: Run In Safe Mode

Once passing this dialog, you’ll also be encouraged to reboot into Safe Mode.

Now, in my years of experience with this utility, I’ve never felt the need to actually use it in Safe Mode, since all that happens if you don’t is a few black screen flickers while you’re doing the uninstall.

Windows will fall back on its generic display drivers when your original drivers are uninstalled.

If you want to be particularly sure that this will work, though, you’re welcome to run through this process in Safe Mode.

To do this, type “Advanced Startup Options” into your Start Menu, and click “Restart now” under Advanced startup.

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Windows Advanced Startup Option

From there, you’ll be able to choose your Safe Mode version— I recommend With Networking for most features enabled, or at least With Command Prompt— and run through the rest of this guide unimpeded.

Upon reboot, open up Display Driver Uninstaller.exe again and proceed as outlined below.

5. Uninstall Your Old Drivers

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DDU status window

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Within DDU, you’ll be presented with a status window reading your current GPU and GPU driver.

The clean options up top will be grayed out until you manually select the driver you wish to uninstall, though— use the two dropdowns on the top-right in order to do this.

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DDU Clean Options

Once you’ve selected “GPU” and your GPU brand, the theme of the window will change to match and you’ll be able to proceed with your chosen clean operation.

The “black screen” issue mentioned by the second option is just a flicker during the uninstall— it won’t cause any long-term issues to do the clean process without a restart, especially if you’re doing it from Safe Mode.

Whichever option you choose, DDU will do the rest for you. Once it’s closed and your PC has potentially restarted, all that’s left to do is…

6. Run The Fresh Install and Restart Your PC (Again, If You Have Already)

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Run the fresh install

From here, all you need to do is run the executable with your driver software and let it do the rest.

Afterward, however, you’ll most likely be prompted to restart your PC once more. Do so and congratulations: you’re good to go with fresh drivers!

If there were software issues screwing up your GPU functioning, they should be fixed now.

If your issues are persisting, you could be dealing with other issues, like GPU overheating or even GPU death.

You could also be dealing with an issue specific to that particular driver— if this is the case, find the last stable driver you remember working properly and use that with this guide instead of the latest download.

FAQ

How hot is too hot for a GPU?

Not all GPU issues are related to software. Sometimes, you might just be dealing with some regular old GPU overheating— but how do you tell if your graphics card is overheating?

Alex has written an in-depth guide on this already, but as a general starting point, I wouldn’t be alarmed until your GPU temperatures exceed 95 degrees Celsius.

This can change depending on the GPU brand and the specific GPU you’re using, though, as some GPUs are made with heat tolerances that can go above the 100 C mark that’s supposed to be a death knell for most PC hardware.

Check out Alex’s guide for more on this particular question.

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If you need software for monitoring your GPU temps, try using Windows Task Manager (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC) first.

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GPU temperature check from Windows Task Manager

For more in-depth readings of temperatures and performance, dedicated software can serve you well, too. I recommend your GPU vendor’s (EVGA, MSI, etc) control software as a starting point.

How long do GPUs last?

How long is a GPU supposed to last?

Well, as long as you’re taking proper care of it, a graphics card should be able to last five or more years without much issue.

Alex has written a guide diving into the various factors that go into GPU livelihood, but like the rest of your computer, the answer will mainly depend on how well you take care of it.

Other factors can creep in too, though— check out his guide for more on those exceptions.

How do I tell if my GPU is dying?

Finally, it’s time to address the scary possibility, especially if you’ve run through the above guide and are still experiencing issues. How do you tell if your GPU is dying?

Well, if you’ve followed this guide and your issues haven’t improved, you may be dealing with some deeper hardware issues rather than software issues.

Taking steps like dusting your PC and GPU (being sure to hold any fans in place while blasting with compressed air to prevent damage) should help if the problem is just regular old overheating, but it may not always be that simple.

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Alex has a more detailed rundown of symptoms if you’re concerned that your GPU is dying, but definitely don’t jump to this conclusion before you’ve done everything else you can for your graphics card.

That means running through this guide in Safe Mode, trying older stable drivers you remember working properly, and even troubleshooting Windows itself.

Sometimes you may just be unlucky, though, and it might be time to upgrade.

Fortunately, GPU prices have started to lower and normalize in the years since the 2020 Chip Shortage, so hopefully, that won’t be an expensive upgrade if you have to go through with it.

Over to You

And that’s it, for now!

I hope that this article helped you reset your GPU driver, or at least learn why and how you might need to at some point in the future.

Feel free to leave a comment below or in the forums with any questions or experiences of your own, especially if you’re having GPU problems and need some expert insight to get you back on track.

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Until then or until next time, have a good one!

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FAQs

Is it safe to reset graphic drivers? ›

Advantages Of Resetting Graphics Driver!

This method seems safe, and will not cause any harm to your device is used sparsely. The custom settings are left untouched which means everything should work exactly as it did before you reset the device.

What does it mean to reset the GPU? ›

This will restart your graphics card. Any ongoing apps or games will not be closed while using this shortcut. The screen may go black, and you may also hear a beep sound. This keyboard shortcut is effective in the case of all graphic cards, from AMD to NVIDIA.

Why are graphics drivers so important? ›

Graphics drivers are the software that allow your computer to communicate with your graphics card. Without drivers, your computer would not be able to send instructions to your graphics card, and you would not be able to see anything on your screen.

Why is it important to update graphics drivers? ›

Updating your graphics driver — and updating your other Windows drivers as well — can give you a speed boost, fix problems, and sometimes even provide you with completely new features, all for free.

Can drivers mess up your PC? ›

Yes, drivers can cause damage to hardware.

Does resetting a PC get rid of drivers? ›

This reset option will reinstall Windows operating system and keeps your personal files, such as photos, music, videos or personal files. However, it will remove apps and drivers you installed, and also removes the changes you made to the settings.

How do I refresh my graphics driver? ›

Using the Keyboard Shortcut

This is by far the easiest way to reset your graphics drivers. Simply press the Windows Key, plus Shift, Ctrl, an B at the same time. You will hear a beep and your screen will flash quickly. This indicates your graphics drivers have been reset.

How do I make sure my GPU is working properly? ›

Open Windows' Control Panel, click "System and Security" and then click "Device Manager." Open the "Display Adapters" section, double click on the name of your graphics card and then look for whatever information is under "Device status." This area will typically say, "This device is working properly." If it does not ...

What can cause a graphics card to fail? ›

Common Causes of Video Card Failures

Often, overheating from dust or lint in your computer is to blame. Other factors can include faulty installation to the motherboard, frequent overclocking, or a power surge from an electrical outage. Just like everything else in your computer, your GPU is subject to wear and tear.

Do drivers increase FPS? ›

Driver updates are not about boosting performance but most driver updates solve bugs and provide optimization for new game releases only few times you will see boost in fps otherwise support for new technologies etc.

How long do graphics drivers last? ›

Physically? GPUs can generally last for 5 – 8 years give or take assuming regular use and adequate care. More if the card is barely ever used and well taken care of. Performance-wise, a good mid-level GPU today would only really serve at a mid to high-performance level for 3ish years.

Are gamers better drivers? ›

The most common conclusion we could find was that frequent players of first-person shooters (FPS) and racing simulators could make clear and concise decisions faster than those with little to no videogame experience. This suggests they are capable of reading and reacting to an emerging hazard faster than a non-gamer.

What happens if you don't update drivers? ›

When device drivers are outdated, computers can start becoming sluggish and cause noticeable performance problems that can be a serious annoyance. Device drivers are an essential piece of software that helps different hardware components work smoothly with your computer.

How do I know if my graphics driver needs updating? ›

In the search box on the taskbar, enter device manager, then select Device Manager. Select a category to see names of devices, then right-click (or press and hold) the one you'd like to update. Select Search automatically for updated driver software. Select Update Driver.

Can outdated drivers cause low FPS? ›

Running out-of-date drivers, especially your video drivers, can hamper gaming performance. Follow our guide to finding and replacing outdated drivers to make sure everything on your system is current. While the chipset driver is an important one, keeping your graphics driver updated is vital for reliable FPS in games.

How do I know if my GPU is failing? ›

So, here are the main things to look out for if you suspect your GPU is about to die.
  1. Graphical Glitches Gradually Worsening. This is one of the most obvious signs a graphics card is teaching the end of its lifespan. ...
  2. Strange Fan Noise. ...
  3. Crashes Galore. ...
  4. Significant Frame Drops. ...
  5. Blue Screen of Death.
15 Jul 2022

How do I test if my GPU is faulty? ›

Download install and run Furmark. Artefacts are good indication your graphics card is failing/failed and usually means the graphics card has to be replaced. If after 15 minutes everything looks OK, then your card has passed the Furmark test, stop the test again by pressing “Esc”.

Can shaking damage PC? ›

While you can get shock pads to mitigate vibration effects, platter hard drives are very sensitive to shock – swift blows can cause damage to the platter, and vibration – constant shaking will throw the read and write heads out of alignment – which just means they should be gone.

Is resetting my PC a good idea? ›

Not only that, but a reset wipes out most—though not necessarily all—malware and other unwanted programs that may have found their way into your system. After you've put your computer back to square one, you're essentially starting from scratch, with the opportunity to load only the apps and files you really need.

Should I reinstall drivers after resetting? ›

Was this reply helpful? A clean install erases the hard disk, which means, yes, you would need to reinstall all your hardware drivers.

What do I lose when resetting my PC? ›

Warning: All of your personal files will be deleted and your settings will be reset. All apps that you installed will be removed. Only apps that came with your PC will be reinstalled.

Do graphics drivers update automatically? ›

When to update your graphics driver. NVIDIA, AMD, and many other GPU manufacturers all offer automatic updates for their drivers. So if you're using one of those, you won't need to worry about updating your drivers yourself.

How do I fix a corrupted graphics driver? ›

Fix Driver Corrupted Expool Error on Windows
  1. System Restore. Use the System Restore on your PC to get back to a previously set stable state.
  2. Run Blue Screen Troubleshooter. Run the Blue Screen Troubleshooter. ...
  3. Uninstall Faulty Drivers. ...
  4. Reset Windows. ...
  5. How To Check If Bios Is Corrupted, Update Bios. ...
  6. Update Device Drivers.

How do I reset my Nvidia graphics driver? ›

Right-click on your desktop and select Nvidia Control Panel. Click Manage 3D Settings. In the upper-right corner, click Restore Defaults.

Why is my PC underperforming? ›

Hardware and software problems. Graphic card underperformance can be caused by software problems resulting from driver crashes, viruses, or malware attacks. It may also be an incompatibility problem where an essential program is not compatible with the card.

How do I check my CPU health? ›

Check your device performance and health in Windows Security
  1. In the search box on the taskbar, type Windows Security, and then select it from the results.
  2. Select Device performance & health to view the Health report.

How do you know if your CPU is dying? ›

One of the most common signs of CPU failure is the random freezing of your computer, usually after just logging into the operating system. The system won't respond to any of your instructions. The mouse freezes on the screen and any attempt to use the keyboard will result in a series of short beeps.

Does faster CPU mean more FPS? ›

CPU clock speed can affect in-game FPS, because the more cycles per-second, the more game instructions it can process each second. Modern midrange and high-end CPUs, however, are all very fast, often boosting up to close to 5GHz while gaming.

Which NVIDIA driver is best for gaming? ›

497.29 is the Best NVIDIA Driver. You can download it from the link below and I'll also use a guide on how you should install it! Secret FPS Tips to increase your FPS in ANY game! (Especially COD Warzone!).

Can NVIDIA boost FPS? ›

9. Activate DLSS and Nvidia Reflex. There are a couple of extra settings that you can activate in particular games. These include Nvidia Reflex which is designed to minimise latency and DLSS which uses AI to improve FPS in clever ways.

How often should you get a new graphics card? ›

Your graphics card will usually last around 3-4 years before needing an upgrade if you treat it well. On the other hand, CPUs can last up to a decade. Because of this difference in lifespan, you'll likely need to replace your GPU much sooner than your central processor.

How old is GTX 1080? ›

GeForce 10 (10xx) series for desktops
ModelLaunchLaunch MSRP (USD)
Standard
GeForce GTX 1070Jun 10, 2016$379
GeForce GTX 1070 TiNov 2, 2017$449
GeForce GTX 1080May 27, 2016$599
13 more rows

Can a GPU burn out? ›

Graphics cards “burn out” and are not usable after 5-10 years of operation. As these "burn outs" occur, some graphics cards can be recovered temporarily using these steps. While following this guide, be extremely careful- this procedure can potentially damage your GPU beyond repair.

Do gamers have better eyes? ›

Conclusion. This small study revealed that regular players of action games had better contrast sensitivity than non-gamers, suggesting that video games can boost this skill. Research suggests that video games may be a useful tool to improve vision for those with contrast sensitivity problems.

What makes a perfect driver? ›

A driver who steers, brakes, changes gears, and accelerates smoothly is a good driver. Smooth driving also places far less stress on the mechanics of a vehicle, thus avoiding unnecessary and inconvenient breakdowns. It's important that drivers employ defensive driving when on the road.

Which driver is best for gaming? ›

Verdict: Driver Booster 7 is a great tool for updating device drivers. The tool is particularly ideal for gamers who want the latest graphics drivers and game components for a smooth gaming experience.

Which drivers should I update? ›

Updating your computer's drivers and other updates can resolve problems, improve the performance, and increase the stability of your computer.
  • BIOS updates.
  • CD or DVD drive drivers and firmware.
  • Controllers.
  • Display drivers.
  • Keyboard drivers.
  • Mouse drivers.
  • Modem drivers.
  • Motherboard drivers, firmware, and updates.
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Does updating drivers actually improve performance? ›

If your computer seems to be dragging or running slower than it used to, it might be time to update the drivers. Out-of-date drivers can impact overall computer performance, making this an important part of your overall computer maintenance.

How often should I update my driver? ›

We also recommend thinking about how often you want to upgrade your driver because if it is every few years, then a less expensive pre-owned option could be the way to go. Alternatively if you upgrade only every five or six years, then perhaps spending a little bit more could be more beneficial to you.

How can I boost my FPS? ›

We've presented you with five potential fixes to boost your FPS, with the first four being something you can do without upgrading your hardware.
  1. Turn Down the Game's Graphics Settings. ...
  2. Lower the Resolution You're Playing Games At. ...
  3. Update Your GPU's Drivers. ...
  4. Overclock Your GPU (and CPU & RAM) ...
  5. Upgrade Your Hardware.
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Does Windows 10 automatically update graphics? ›

You may have noticed that Windows 10 is very eager to keep your system software up to date. The OS will automatically download and install new drivers for your graphics card, sound card, modem, or other hardware components.

Why is my FPS suddenly worse? ›

The most common reason for reduced FPS is graphics settings that create a larger workload than your hardware can handle. So how do you achieve better FPS? Getting a faster CPU, more RAM, or a newer graphics card is one solution.

Is Windows 11 good for gaming? ›

Windows 11 will improve your gaming experience. Unlike Windows 10, Windows 11 supports the newest gaming technologies, some previously available only for Xbox users. The Game Mode that helped Windows 10 run newer games on older setups is available on Windows 11 too, but it's improved.

Why does my PC stutter in games? ›

Screen stuttering is an issue caused by irregular delays between the graphics processing unit (GPU) and the image on your display. This is most notable when gaming, because it can have a profound detrimental impact on your experience.

What happens if reset drivers? ›

This reset option will reinstall Windows operating system and keeps your personal files, such as photos, music, videos or personal files. However, it will remove apps and drivers you installed, and also removes the changes you made to the settings.

What happens if I factory reset my drivers? ›

You will have to re-install all of your programs & third party drivers again. It rolls the computer back to it's factory settings, so Any updates will also be removed and you will have to manually install them again.

How do graphic drivers get corrupted? ›

A video card driver could become corrupt due to a bad installation or a virus. The most common sign of a bad video card driver is graphical corruptions called artifacts appearing on the screen; you'll know you have them when textures appear stretched out and odd colors and shapes appear in various spots on the screen.

How long is a driver reset? ›

The truck driver 34-hour reset is a way for drivers to reset their workweek and 60/70 hour clock by taking 34 consecutive hours off work, either spent off-duty or in the sleeper berth.

How often should you reset your PC? ›

Yes, it is a good idea to reset Windows 10 if you can, preferably every six months, when possible. Most users only resort to a Windows reset if they are having problems with their PC. However, tons of data get stored over time, some with your intervention but most without it.

Does resetting PC make it faster? ›

Resetting the pc does not make it faster. It simply frees extra space in your hard drive and deletes some third party softwares. Due to this the pc runs more smoothly. But over the time when you again install the softwares and fill your hard drive, functioning again goes back to what it was.

Does factory reset remove GPU drivers? ›

The reset will include everything which was present when you first booted up your computer. If the NVidia drivers were pre-installed, they will be present after the reset..

Does resetting a PC fix problems? ›

You can refresh, restore or factory reset your computer to fix issues and improve performance.

Does factory resetting your PC harm it? ›

No. A factory reset does not damage a PC / Laptop in any way. Factory resets are a good way to solve really bad problems. Both Microsoft and Manufacturers provide methods to do re-installations and factory resets .

Does reinstalling drivers help performance? ›

Driver updates can contain information that helps devices communicate better after a software or operating system update, contain security tweaks, eliminate problems or bugs within the software, and include performance enhancements.

Will resetting Windows 10 fix driver issues? ›

Yes, Resetting Windows 10 will result in a clean version of Windows 10 with mostly a full set of device drivers newly installed, though you may need to download a couple of drivers that Windows could not find automatically . . .

Does Windows 10 automatically reinstall drivers? ›

Windows can automatically check if there are drivers available for new devices that you connect to your computer. For hardware that you've connected to your computer in the past, updated drivers might become available at a later date; but those drivers aren't installed automatically.

What are signs your graphics card is dying? ›

However, a video card that's slowly dying starts to show it in a slight graphic defect over time. You may notice off-color pixelation, screen flickering, strange screen glitches, or random artifacts in different areas of your screen.

How do I know if my GPU is corrupted? ›

So, here are the main things to look out for if you suspect your GPU is about to die.
  1. Graphical Glitches Gradually Worsening. This is one of the most obvious signs a graphics card is teaching the end of its lifespan. ...
  2. Strange Fan Noise. ...
  3. Crashes Galore. ...
  4. Significant Frame Drops. ...
  5. Blue Screen of Death.
15 Jul 2022

How do I check the health of my graphics driver? ›

Open Windows' Control Panel, click "System and Security" and then click "Device Manager." Open the "Display Adapters" section, double click on the name of your graphics card and then look for whatever information is under "Device status." This area will typically say, "This device is working properly." If it does not ...

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