This page has been created so that newcomers understand GL programming a little better instead of working by trial and error.One of the possible mistakes related to this is to check for the presence of an extension, but instead using the corresponding core functions.Open 'Preferences', select 'Energy Saver' then look for an "Automatic Graphics Switching" option.If you see an "Automatic Graphics Switching" option, uncheck that option.For Windows computers: Before you can update your video card driver, you will need to know 3 things: 1. If you don't know which Operating System or which version you are using, go to Control Panel, select System. On the Display page, take note of the Manufacturer (Examples of some of the top video card manufacturers are NVIDIA, ATI, Intel, Si S). Also on the Display page take note of the Chip Type (this should be listed under the Manufacturer.) 8.
Is your Operating System a 32-bit version or a 64-bit version?
iid=homepage hdr_nav2_download NOTE: On the Intel site, you must type the chip type into the Search downloads box.
• If your manufacturer is Si S: Please Click on the link below to go to the Si S Driver update page
If your Graphics score is less than 4.0, you’ll definitely want to upgrade to get the full benefit of Windows 7.
If you want to see how much of a difference the new card made to your WEI score, you need to update the score.
Disclaimer: Adobe does not support the installation of graphics drivers and provides the information in this document only as a courtesy.