Video Drivers in Lenovo® ThinkCentre A70z All-in-One PC
Video cards can be explained as hardware components that are installed on a system to augment its multimedia handling capabilities. Like all other hardware installed on a computer, even video cards require video drivers to function. Drivers are the communication link between the video card and the operating system. Video drivers are essential for the video cards to understand the demands of the operating system and vice versa. Video drivers are essential for proper functioning of the video card on Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-One. Video drivers usually come as executable files that can be installed easily. You are advised to carry out the installation in the ‘Safe Mode’ so as to minimize the errors. It is also recommended that video drivers are installed only after making sure that all applications running in the background have been terminated.
- Check version of driver
- Verify authenticity of driver
- Remove all malware
Check version of driver
Before starting with any procedure related to the installation of video drivers in Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-One, you are advised to check the version of the video driver at hand. Outdated versions of video drivers must never be installed as they may cause issues, such as driver conflicts and errors during the operation of the video card.
Verify authenticity of driver
While installing video drivers in Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-One, you must verify whether the driver being installed is authentic or not. Illegitimate drivers must never be downloaded or installed on the system as such video drivers may have malware which get installed on the system and cause serious damage. Authenticity of driver can be checked by comparing the details of the video drivers at hand and the ones on the original website of the manufacturer.
You are suggested to remove all malware from Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-One before the installation of the video drivers. Installation of drivers on an infected machine is never recommended as the drivers will get infected and cause issues with the working of the video card. An updated antivirus program must be used to thoroughly scan and remove all possible infections from the system.