If you’re having problems with the graphics on your computer’s monitor, could be that there is something wrong with your graphics driver.
If you work on your Windows PC for a very long time, I am sure you must have faced a situation where your display doesn’t work as expected. For example, your Windows may not show anything on the screen when you turn on the computer, or you may be experiencing a display problem. (Flickering issues, Poor graphics quality, there may be scenarios like Freezing or crashing of your display.) To fix the problem, one simple way is to reset the graphics driver. Resetting the graphics driver applies to NVIDIA, AMD or Intel graphics cards. When you restart your graphics drivers, Windows will flicker and go blank for a second or two, and make a beep.
How to Reset Graphics Driver on Windows 10 and Windows 11?
Firstly, You do not need to close any running programs. Try this shortcut before restarting your PC. Your screen should be restored exactly.
Just Press the Windows Key + Ctrl + Shift + B. Your screen may flash, go blank for a second, and you might hear a beep.
This process very safe. It’s just restarting the driver; any custom settings are untouched and everything should work exactly as it did before. There’s no guarantee that this will fix a system freeze. However, if your computer froze because of a problem with your graphics drivers, this shortcut may fix it.
If your PC continues freezing after resetting your graphics driver, apply any of these methods:
Uninstall and then re-install the graphics driver.
Update the graphics driver
Blue screen of death
If you see a blue screen of death, this shortcut won’t help. Because indicates that your Windows operating system has completely crashed, and all you can do is restart your PC.
Also, don’t make it a habit to reset Graphics Drivers. You should use it only in emergencies. Because resetting drivers frequently can lead to other errors. You could even end up malfunctioning with other drivers.