Here’s how to fix OpenGL errors in Windows 10
Users have reported OpenGL, FPS lag issues, and graphics card problems as one of them. However, there are some things you can do to fix this problem.
Quite a lot of OpenGL errors caused by the lack of optimization of drivers for Windows 10.
This means that if you run favorite games smoothly in the previous version of Windows, you might experience some graphics card problems in Windows 10. So, how can you fix it?
1. Remove the display driver and reinstall the latest version
- The first thing you have to consider is to reinstall the latest version of your display driver.
- However, note that it is important to choose the right version of the manufacturer’s website. If you choose and install the wrong, this might have a negative impact on your PC system.
- Updating the driver manually can put the computer with a risk, so we suggest you download Driverfix to do it automatically.
- This lightener will keep your system away from damage by downloading and installing the appropriate driver version every time you need it.
2. Install the latest display driver in compatibility mode
- Find the name of your graphics card model and download the latest drivers from the manufacturer’s website.
- When downloads are complete, find the driver settings file.
- Right-click the settings file and select Properties from the menu.
- Go to the compatibility tab.
- When you are on the compatibility tab, find and check this program in compatibility mode and select the operating system you want from the drop-down list.
- Click OK and run the file settings.