Now many of us will use a computer to surf the internet, watch movies and enjoy the latest Games. As technology developed, graphic card can bring more and more fantastic images. But sometime you will receive prompted message that your graphic card doesn't match the graphic driver which can be called compatibility issues. The problem would be the conflicts between the older graphic card and latest graphic driver. Here we will illustrate the way to rollback a graphic driver.
Rollback Graphics Driver from Device Manager
Step 1: Go to start menu, and find and click Control Panel.
Step 2: In the Control Panel window, go and find Device Manager.
Step 3: Expand Display adapters and then double-click on your graphics card. Go to the Driver tab, click the Roll Back Driver button. It will roll back to a previously installed driver. Sit back and wait for the process to complete itself. Then restart your computer.
Sometimes you may find that the button Roll Back Driver was grayed out. So you can't rollback the driver because you have never backed up your driver before. The recommended advice is to download a graphic driver that is compatible with your current graphic card by consulting the manufacturer of your graphic or professionals.
Step 1: do the same steps mentioned above and click the uninstall button.
Step 2: Restart your computer, if it comes to a black screen, just force to turn it off. On the next boot, your Windows graphics and resolution may look as it did the first time you installed it. Now, proceed to install the old driver that you've downloaded.
Attention: If you're using a very old computer with a very classic graphics card, there may be a slim chance that your computer will never recognize your graphic card and result in a blank display. Don't attempt to do this if you're with one of those old systems.