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TopicHow to resolve Graphic Card issues in Dell Laptop?

  • Wed 19th Sep 2018 - 11:42am

    We all need graphics card as it renders an image to the monitor by converting data into signal understood by the monitor. Many Dell laptops have integrated graphics card that is attached to the motherboard. But many times, graphic card users face issues like difficulty in detection of the graphics card when the Dell laptop is switched on or during Windows startup.

    Also, users face instances like low performance or lower GPU utilization from graphics card. In case if you are facing issues with your graphics card in Dell laptop, then contact dell support for assistance. Image rendering issues, frequent crashing, and blue screen of death could be caused by a defective, incompatible and unsupported graphics card processor. You can check the issues in your graphics card by opening Device Manager.

    For Device Manager, choose the Windows control panel and then click on the option of System and security. Next click on Device Manager and open the section of Display adapters. Look for your graphics card name and right click on it. Under the Device status, all the required information will be given.

    Not being able to detect your graphics card while turning on the PC or during windows startup is the most common issue. This technical difficulty is signaled to the user in the form of either a black screen or beep codes. This issue causes problem in changing resolution, proper working of software programs. Non detection of graphics card could be caused due to a lot of reasons like improper installation, issues with the device driver and compatibility issues with the motherboard, power supply problems or issues with BIOS settings. Proper troubleshooting by the expert professionals of dell technical support using highly advanced techniques and devices could result in properly functioning graphics cards.

    The issue of graphics card getting overheated is another major issue which could be caused by either dust getting into the heat sink or sticking to the graphics card cooler fan blades which results in lesser rotation per minute. Updating or uninstalling outdated graphics card driver and installing a new one could possibly help with the issue faced with graphics card. Dell tech support services are available 24/7 over the phone, chat or email.

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