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why am I getting told my graphics drivers are 9 to 15 months out of date?

Question asked by vandaliersoul on Jul 28, 2018
Latest reply on Jul 29, 2018 by vandaliersoul

These are my Laptop specs:


OS: Windows 10 Home Single Language 64-bit

Processor: AMD A9 RADEON R5 3.0 GHz

RAM: 4.00 GB

Graphics Card: ATI AMD Radeon R5 Graphics, 128 Dedicated Video Ram

Storage: 931 GB Seagate


It's supposed to run some old games like The Witcher and Fallout New Vegas at very nice FPS, right? It should, but this thing gets picky and when I try to run it at maximum resoultion, it gets slowed down BADLY, Im forced to reduce the resolution for it to go well, but Im already getting suspicious, I've tried updating the drivers, specially since the Can You Run It thing said it's graphics driver is 9 months out of date, went to update the drivers, and now it says Im 15 months out of date, I don't even know anymore, the system itself tells me it's up to date, but I don't trust it since some other games like Borderlands 2 (I already tweaked it so it should be better) don't run at the desired framerates and Im still forced to reduce the resolution, does someone here know what's happening to the graphics drivers?