N/APosted on - 03/31/2016
I have Windows 7 Operating System having BlueStacks App Player but today it shows an error message “Your Graphics Drivers seem to be out-of-date. BlueStacks requires updated drivers to run. Update now?” What should I do? I am looking for some solution to fix this error. I hope you can know the solution. Help me. Thanks!
BlueStacks App Player
Your Graphics Drivers seem to be out-of-date. BlueStacks requires updated drivers to run. Update now?
Your Graphics Drivers seem to be out-of-date
The BlueStacks App Player is an Android emulator for Microsoft Windows and OS X that’s very specific about graphics adapter. If you are in the process of installing BlueStacks on your computer when the error greeted you, it’s obvious that BlueStacks detected an outdated video card driver on the machine.
I’m not sure if it’ll allow you to continue with the installation without first updating your graphics adapter’s driver but you will surely need to update it once the installation completes. If you have an NVIDIA video card, go to NVIDIA Driver Downloads and update the driver for your graphics adapter.
For users with ATI Radeon graphics adapter, head to Latest AMD Drivers and Software and update your driver. If you have a built-in Intel graphics adapter, go to Intel Drivers and Software Support. If you have a Matrox graphics adapter, go to Matrox Driver and Software Download. If you have an S3 graphics adapter, go to S3 Graphics Download Drivers.
Aside from updating your graphics adapter’s driver, make sure your system meets the requirements. For Microsoft Windows XP, you need to have Service Pack 3, Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 2, 2 GB RAM, and 4 GB free hard drive space. Also, in Windows XP, BlueStacks only supports 32-bit.
For Microsoft Windows Vista, you must have Service Pack 2 or higher, 2 GB RAM, and 4 GB free hard drive space. For Microsoft Windows 7, 8, and 8.1, you must have 2 GB RAM, and 4 GB free hard drive space. Reminder, support for BlueStacks 1 is almost ending. The BlueStacks website recommends switching to BlueStacks 2. For more info, please refer to What’s New In BlueStacks 2.