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Aktuelle Version von: Jeff Suovanen ,

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Hey, I am new to this site and I'd like to share you with some thoughts on your problem.
 
To identify the manufacturer and model of the computer's graphics driver, use the DirectX Diagnostic Tool included with Windows 8, Windows 7, and Vista.
 
1. In Windows 8, if you're in Metro mode, choose Desktop, then open the Search Charm, which is where you type in dxdiag.
 
2. Choose Start, type dxdiag in the Search text box, and then press Enter.
 
Note: If you receive the message "Do you want to allow DxDiag to check if your drivers are digitally signed?" click Yes if you're connected to the Internet. Otherwise, click No.
 
3. In the DirectX Diagnostic Tool, select the Display tab (or the Display 1 tab).
 
Note the information in the Name field of the Device section. This information shows the manufacturer and model of the video adapter or chipset.
 
(Optional) Note the information in the Date and Version fields in the Drivers section.
 
4. If an additional Display tab (such as Display 2) is available, then select that tab and repeat Steps 4 and 5.
 
5. Close the DirectX Diagnostic Tool.
 
In fact, if you want to get your graphics driver updated, you can use one drivers update tool named DriverTuner without knowing its brand and model. You can get this program from here: [http://tiny.cc/pumdsx|Link text].
 
Hope this could help.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Jesenia85113 ,

Text:

Hey, I am new to this site and I'd like to share you with some thoughts on your problem.

To identify the manufacturer and model of the computer's graphics driver, use the DirectX Diagnostic Tool included with Windows 8, Windows 7, and Vista.

1.    In Windows 8, if you're in Metro mode, choose Desktop, then open the Search Charm, which is where you type in dxdiag.

2.    Choose Start, type dxdiag in the Search text box, and then press Enter.

Note: If you receive the message "Do you want to allow DxDiag to check if your drivers are digitally signed?" click Yes if you're connected to the Internet. Otherwise, click No.

3.    In the DirectX Diagnostic Tool, select the Display tab (or the Display 1 tab).

Note the information in the Name field of the Device section. This information shows the manufacturer and model of the video adapter or chipset.

(Optional) Note the information in the Date and Version fields in the Drivers section.

4.    If an additional Display tab (such as Display 2) is available, then select that tab and repeat Steps 4 and 5.

5.    Close the DirectX Diagnostic Tool.

In fact, if you want to get your graphics driver updated, you can use one drivers update tool named DriverTuner without knowing its brand and model. You can get this program from here: [http://tiny.cc/pumdsx|Link text].

Hope this could help.

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