This document describes how to install an updated version of the graphics driver on a computer that runs Windows 8, Windows 7, or Vista.
The graphics driver is system software that controls a computer's video adapter (sometimes called a video card or GPU). On a computer that does not have an actual video adapter, the graphics driver controls the part of a computer's motherboard called a graphics chipset. The graphics chipset is sometimes called an onboard, built-in, or integrated graphics controller or chipset.
Disclaimer: Adobe does not support the installation of graphics drivers and provides the information in this document only as a courtesy. For assistance with the installation of a graphics driver, contact the manufacturer of the computer or the manufacturer of the computer's video adapter.