Updating your graphics
To easily find it use the filters at the top of the page to navigate to your manufacturer's cards.
Picture depicting how to use the filters to find what card you're looking for2) Now this part can get a bit complicated.
(Just to clarify, make sure your BIOS file is in the same folder as and it's related files.)2) Double click on to start up the tool.
You should be greeted by a console window that looks something like this: To update your BIOS, all you have to do is type in nvflash (replace yourfilenamehere with the actual filename of your BIOS) Then you let the tool run its thing and you're done!
Before you start doing anything, you'll want to be sure that you downloaded the AMD flashing tool listed above.
After you download it, you'll need to extract it into it's own folder.
(You can click on the details to see picture of the card, which usually gives people a confirmation that the BIOS they chose for is for their card.)The reason why I recommend that you start from the bottom is so that the first time you see your card's model, it will be the most recent BIOS as the lists by default go from oldest at the top to newest at the bottom.(Thanks to user awmcgee for letting me know that the order of the dates can be in reverse depending on your browser! AMD Flashing tool Nvidia Flashing tool AMD users make sure you choose the ATIWin Flash tool.
Users of graphics-intensive software like the ANSYS family of products occasionally encounter problems caused by graphics or video drivers. In this entry we will summarize some of the symptoms of driver problems and will let you know how to find and install the latest drivers if needed.
Recently I found two issues with my software tools that ended up getting fixed by simply updating the graphics driver. While Maxwell had displayed on my machine with no trouble in the past, I found after installing the latest version that it would not load past the initial splash screen. Also possibly related, I noticed that certain plots in ANSYS Design Xplorer were showing up as big red X’s rather than the response surface plots I was expecting. There were just a couple of things that were not working.
This guide is designed to help you update your laptop's video card drivers. Newer drivers can improve 3D performance, fix bugs and other graphical glitches in certain games, support new features, and use your hardware more efficiently.
This guide applies to: -ATI Mobility Radeon -NVidia Ge Force This guide DOES NOT apply to: -ATI Fire GL -Nvidia Quadro This is the general process for updating video drivers ATI DRIVERS Choices: -Stock drivers from your Manufacturer -Stock ATI Catalyst Mobility Driver Suite* -Modified Omega Drivers -Stock ATI Drivers (need to be installed manually) WINDOWS XP DRIVERS -Link to Omega Drivers Downloads -Direct Link to download ATI Catalyst Mobility drivers for Windows XP The install is fairly straightforward for these drivers; download the package and refer to the general instructions at the top of the page.