Another graphics card designed for gamers: AMD Radeon HD 6950 ensures “unbelievable performance and flawless graphics for uncompromising gamers.” 

To ensure that you have a better gaming experience, it is strongly recommended that you constantly keep your graphics card driver updated. 

In this post, we will show you three more effective ways to update your Radeon HD 6950 graphics card driver, saving you bunch of time and energy.

Option One: Update driver from device manager
Option Two: Update driver manually
Option Three: Update driver automatically (Recommended)

Option One: Update driver from device manager

You should always consider getting your device drivers updated from Device Manager first, since  the safest way for you to update your drivers is via Windows driver database. But the downside is, Windows driver database doesn’t really update that much, so there is a great chance that you are not getting the latest version of the device drivers. 

1) Press Windows key and X at the same time, then choose Device Manager.  

Locate and expand category Display adapters

3) Right click the Radeon HD 6950 display card driver and choose Update Driver Software….

4) Then choose Search automatically for driver software

5) Then wait for Windows to get the latest version of the graphics driver it can find. 

If you see the notification like the following one:

Please move on to the second option to get your graphics card driver updated. 

 Option Two: Update driver manually

1) First, we need to go to AMD support website to download the correct graphics card driver for your computer. 

2) On the driver download webpage, scroll down a little bit to locate Radeon HD 6000 series section. Then choose the operating system that you are with accordingly. ( We will go with Windows 10 (64-bit).)

3) You will be lead to the download page of the driver. You need to scroll down a little bit to see the DOWNLOAD button, click the button to get the driver downloaded.

Press Windows key and X at the same time, then choose Device Manager

5) Locate and expand Display adapters

6) Right click the Radeon HD 6950360 display card driver and choose Uninstall

When prompted with notification like the following screen shot, tick the box for Delete the driver software for this device. Then choose OK to continue. 

7) Restart your computer. 

Double click the downloaded setup file of AMD Radeon HD 6950, and then run the driver installation as instructed. 

Option Three: Update driver automatically (Recommended) 

If you think the above options to hard to follow, why not have a try at Driver Easy: a very handy tool that helps you automatically detect, download and update all the missing and outdated device drivers on your PC and improve your PC performance? 

If you want to save more time and enjoy more features such as driver backup, driver restore as well as professional tech support, please feel free to have a try at the professional version of Driver Easy. It allows you to have access to tons of useful features in Driver Easy. More importantly, you can update all your device drivers in just ONE click in a couple of minutes! 

Stop the wait, come and have a try at Driver Easy now! 

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