There are a few reasons you might need to reset your GPU. The first is if you’ve overclocked your card and want to return it to its default speeds. You may also need to reset if you’re having driver issues, or if you’ve installed a new game or piece of software that’s causing problems. Whatever the reason, resetting your graphics card is a relatively simple process. Resetting your GPU can help solve many common problems, so it’s always worth a try if you’re having trouble getting your games or other software to run properly.
Perform the following steps in order-
How to reset a GPU
Total Time: 10 minutes
Click on the “Start” button that is usually located in the bottom left corner of the screen.
From the pop-up menu, click the “Control Panel” button from the list of options.
In the “Control Panel” window, choose the “System” option. A “System” window will appear on the screen.
Click the “Device Manager” button on the top left corner of the System window.
In the “Device Manager” window, double-click on the “Display Drivers” option.
From the list of options, right-click the “Graphics Card” option.
Select the “Uninstall” option from the menu. A pop-up window will appear on the screen asking if you are sure that you want to uninstall the graphics card. Click on the “Confirm” button.
You will be prompted to restart your PC. When you restart the computer, Windows will reinstall the driver after detecting the latest version of the graphics card. This will eliminate the errors in your GPU and reset it to the factory settings.
If you are having trouble with your PC graphics card, one possible solution may be resetting the driver. The graphics card on your PC may be causing problems because of certain errors or an outdated version of the card. You will need to reset your graphics card if you are having trouble loading the screen of your PC with full resolution and/or the gaming performance is poor.