Many graphics card problems can be fixed by performing a clean install of your GPU drivers.
If you’re suffering from software bugs or other problems with your graphics card, one of the first things to try is performing a clean installation of your drivers. That point was driven home for PC gamers this week when AMD, in a post announcing WHQL certification for its bug-squashing new Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.2.2 driver, told gamers to factory reset the software if they encounter futher issues.
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