Updating out of date drivers
If you purchased a separate video card or cannot obtain the appropriate drivers through the computer manufacturer you may be able to obtain updated drivers from the manufacturer of your video card.Please consult your video card manufacturer or computer assembler if you have any questions regarding the installation of updated drivers.
Please check their website for the latest driver for your system.If current drivers are not available, you may be able to download modified third party drivers from A step-by-step installation guide can be found be scrolling down on that page.If your machine was assembled as a complete system and you have not upgraded or modified the video card, it is recommended that you visit the system assembler's website.before installing updated drivers to avoid driver conflicts.Steam Support assumes no responsibility for the effects that changing the driver for your video or sound card may have on your system - it is your responsibility to follow the instructions provided by the video card manufacturer to ensure the proper removal of old drivers and installation of updated drivers.
Use the Operating System, video card name & manufacturer, and driver version information to search your video card or computer manufacturer's site for updated drivers which will be compatible with your system.
While your video hardware may meet the system requirements of the game you are playing, using outdated drivers may prevent the game from displaying correctly.
If a driver is not available or is not compatible with your system (as with some Sony notebooks), you may be able to install a modified third party driver using
Some technical experience is necessary for installing the drivers found on this site.
To download the appropriate drivers, you will need to locate your video hardware's device ID, which will be similar to the following: This information can be found in the display section of the Msinfo32 application. ATI does not directly offer drivers for notebook hardware.
Please check your Notebook manufacturer's website for updated drivers.