Updating a graphics card
If you’ve ever wanted to play games on your PC, but found that it struggled with the demands of animating large battlefields or the rapid 3D rendering of driving games, there’s a solution that’s cheaper than buying a dedicated rig or one of the next- generation consoles.
With much of the processing that games require now being handled by the graphics card, fitting one to your PC can have a potent effect on its gaming potential.
It is the recommended method for installing or updating the graphics driver.
The tool is designed to provide only the latest official AMD Catalyst™ graphics driver.
This can be accomplished by right-clicking on the compressed file and selecting "Extract All".
Note - If you choose to Upgrade your version of Mac OS X to a newer version, it will take some time to download and complete the install process If after updating your drivers you're still having Display or FPS issues, I'd suggest checking our Recommended Specifications Page so you can check what performance you should expect from your system when playing Rune Scape.
Once you have located and downloaded the latest video driver for your system, we recommend uninstalling your current video driver before updating to the latest driver you just downloaded.
After you download the driver, simply click “Install” to start your installation. This tool is designed to provide the latest official AMD Radeon Software graphics driver for systems running Microsoft Windows.
If your system is not running Microsoft Windows or you are looking for an earlier driver or the latest beta driver, you can manually search for a driver from the AMD Graphics and Driver download page.
It does not work on Linux® systems, Apple Boot Camp systems or AMD Fire Pro™ graphics products.
If a new driver is available, the tool is designed to help you download it.
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However, not all driver packages will appear in that section, in which case the driver will need to be uninstalled through Device Manager For Windows XPTo uninstall through Programs in the Control Panel: My system has rebooted, how do I install my new up-to-date video card driver?