Windows users can experience display related issues on their systems because of corrupted or outdated graphics drivers. There can be many other issues because of which the display is not compatible with Windows 10. It includes problems such as incompatible Windows Update, Firewall or Antivirus interference and virus or malware issues. If your display drivers are not compatible with Windows version 10, it can lead to many annoying errors. So, if you are currently experiencing this graphics issue on Windows 10 and are looking for troubleshooting steps, follow this article. Here, you can learn how to resolve display errors and make it compatible to work along with Windows 10.
Steps To Follow If Display Is Not Compatible With Windows 10
Many customers are unable to apply the newest updates from Windows 10 (Spring Creators 1803 and Fall Creators 1709) due to this display incompatibility problem. So, when they receive the notification of ‘display is not compatible with Windows 10,’ it is quite annoying for most users. In order to resolve this display error on Windows 10, you can apply the technical fixes that are discussed below. But before that, take a look at these error notifications that can appear on Windows 10 due to display problems.
Types Of Display Error Notifications On Windows 10
- It can appear as a message that reads ‘The display is not compatible with Windows 10 check with the manufacturer for support.‘
- Your screen may show ‘The display manufacturer hasn’t made your display compatible with Windows 10. Check with the manufacturer for support.’ notification.
- Otherwise, you may get the message of ‘These devices aren’t fully compatible with Windows 10’.
Stepwise Guide To Troubleshoot Display Compatibility Errors On Windows 10
If you find that the display is not compatible with Windows 10 and are therefore worried about how to fix it, there are multiple technical methods. Apply these following fixes:
Fix 1: Uninstall Display Adapters On Windows 10
If the display driver is defective or corrupted, it can generate graphics related problems on Windows 10. Hence, you can simply remove or uninstall the current display adapters to fix the incompatibility error on Windows. So, follow the given instructions to apply this solution to fix display drivers on Windows 10.
First, hit the Windows logo button and the R key on your keyboard simultaneously. It will open the Run dialog box. Next, write ‘devmgmt.msc’ in it and press the ‘OK’ button.
In the Device Manager window, scroll down the list of devices and find ‘Display adapters’. If you can’t see the display drivers on your Windows 10 based device, expand it (click on Display adapters). On finding the appropriate graphics driver, right-click on it and select ‘Uninstall’.
As the dialog box for ‘Confirm Device Uninstall’ appears, hit the ‘OK’ button. Don’t forget to check the ‘Delete the driver software for this device’ box, if not ticked. If the display error still appears, continue with the next solution.
Fix 2: Update Windows 10 And Reinstall Display Drivers
For this method, apply fix 1 and then try to upgrade your PC. You must ignore any error notifications that appear during the upgradation process on Windows 10.
After upgrading your computer, visit the official website of your computer manufacturer. Then, download and install the recent graphics drivers that are compatible with Windows 10.
You can also click on the website links of the display card manufacturer to install the necessary graphics software.
Also, you can find the tab of Windows Update on the taskbar or from the Windows Action Center. Then, click on it and let your system search for the most suitable display drivers compatible with Windows 10.