Updating a video card

Posted by / 11-Mar-2020 17:02

Even if your Control Center looks different to these images, the principles are the same and you should be able to find similar options to those described here.

Full instructions are also available on AMD's website here.

For additional information on how machines equipped with AMD switchable graphics and more information on how to configure your AMD GPU properly, please visit the instructions on AMD's website here.

For additional information on how to set your default NVIDIA or AMD GPU on your machine, please see: Please note, if your machine does not have a dedicated GPU from AMD or NVIDIA and is equipped with the built-in Intel HD Graphics, please disregard the steps mentioned above to configure the program to run exclusively off of the AMD or NVIDIA GPU.

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After updating your GPU driver, please reinstall your ON1 program.

You will be able to download the most current version from our Downloads for Owners page or from within your User Account on our website.

If there are no updates available or if the updates don't solve your problems, continue to the next section. Some possible search terms are the name of your computer manufacturer (such as Dell or HP) or generic terms like "update", "maintenance" or "driver". If there is no update tool, no updates available, or if the updates don't solve your problems, continue to the next section.

If your distribution's standard update process doesn't give you the latest drivers, you may need to look for other package repositories for your distribution.

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