Please go to the utility provided by notebook/laptop manufacturer as it has an option to to update your drivers that should should restore everything in your notebook. regards
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You need to go to your Laptop's Manufacturer Support site and download the Integrated Graphics driver and install it from your Laptop's Driver Download page.
If you are having difficulties locating your Laptop support site, Please post the EXACT MAKE & MODEL of the laptop you have. That way I can link the page for you to download the driver.
EDIT: Have you tried to Restore your laptop to the point before your uninstalled the APU Driver? Go to Windows Settings - Update & Security - Recovery - Advanced Startup.
Once Windows Advance Startup appears you have several options including Restoring your computer to an earlier point. Click on the Restore point right before you deleted your APU driver and see if it restores the Driver and it is working correctly.
Thank you for the response! I reset my computer but it didn't work. May I know what you meant saying EXACT MAKE? my model is Acer nitro 5 AN515-42-R8HN
Please help me
At Acer Support for Laptop Model NITRO AN151-42 found the drivers to download from: Product support
Acer Support also has a very new BIOS update: Product support
Upgrading your system BIOS incorrectly could harm your Acer product. Please proceed with caution.
After Resetting your laptop. What is Device Manager showing? Any yellow exclamation marks? or Errors for any drivers?
Try installing the VGA Driver from above post and see if everything works correctly. If it doesn't try updating the BIOS if you have an older version than 1.11.
Also what BIOS Version do you have installed? if it is earlier than version 1.10 than it might be a very good idea to update to Version 1.11 to help make the Hardware and software more compatible in your laptop.
NOTE: If you don't know how to update the BIOS or are afraid to do it, DON"T DO IT. Have someone who has computer experienced do it for you and show you how to do it correctly. You can ruin your laptop if you do a bad installation of BIOS.