The open beta for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is already out for the players to test, and we are getting all sorts of reviews regarding the new features in the game as well as the persisting problems.
One of the common error pop-ups that gamers are seeing when they start Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is the “GPU driver does not meet the minimum requirements” error. Whether you are using an AMD or Nvidia graphics card, this problem simply results from not having the most recent video driver installed. But do mind that the minimum GPU driver that is required to run the game is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or AMD Radeon RX 470, and if you don’t have a better or compatible version, then you may just need to upgrade your graphics card. If you do have a compatible GPU and are still facing this issue, then move forward because today, we’re going to tell you how to exactly fix this annoying issue.
Call of Duty (COD) Modern Warfare 2 GPU driver version error: how to fix it?
Below are the steps that you need to follow in order to be able to do the same:
Step 1: Type in “System Information” in the start menu and run the program.
Step 2: Click on “Components” to open the drop down menu and then click on “Display” under it to bring out Display information on the right side of your screen. Note all the information regarding the GPU.
Step 3: Head over to the Nvidia or AMD website to download the latest version of drivers for your GPU. All that you need to do is just head over to the respective website, enter your product information, operating system, and language, and then hit “Search.” The site will find the latest driver for your GPU and download it for you.
Step 4: Once the driver is downloaded, click on it to install it on your PC. After the driver is successfully installed, restart your PC and start the game to discover that your issue might have just been solved.
That’s all, folks! This is the only solution that has worked for gamers around the world who were facing this issue.
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