Solved: “No valid DX11 video card found” Black Ops Ⅲ Error
When you try to access your video game, like Black Ops Ⅲ, unfortunately it’s not successful as before. Instead, you see this error saying: No valid DX11 video card found. It’s really an annoying thing as you cannot play your games. But don’t worry. You CAN fix this error through this guide.
DX11 (DirectX 11) is the graphics technology in Windows powering your video games. When you see “No valid DX11 video card found” error, it usually means your video card driver is corrupted, outdated or missing. You can solve this problem through cleanly reinstall your video card driver.
Follow these please:
First, uninstall your video card driver
Note: Don’t worry if you will lose your monitor display after uninstalling your video card driver. Your Windows system will use a default graphics driver instead.
1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and R together to invoke the Run box.
2) Type devmgmt.msc and click OK.
3) Right-click your video card driver in the Display adapters section. Then click Uninstall device.
4) Tick on Delete the driver software for this device. Then Uninstall.
Second, download and install a latest video card driver for your Windows
To download the correct video card driver, you can choose to download from your video card manufacturer’s website, like NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel, or from your computer manufacturer’s website.
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4) Restart your computer and try to open your video game to see if it works.