We've listed top solutions workable to fix those issues and you can try them. This post is focusing on the display errors after Windows 10 update and the solution to easily fix the Windows 10 display issues. Note: A display card is also called a video card, a display adapter, a video adapter, a graphics adapter, or a graphics card. In fact, Microsoft has warned you the problems with an Advanced Micro Devices AMD graphics when the Windows 10 Technical Preview came out. No matter you are using the Intel R HD graphics card, the Nvidia graphics, or the AMD Graphics, try the method below to fix graphics problems. Windows 10 update will remove anything that is not compatible with it, including drivers. How to solve Windows 10 display issues? Locate the latest graphics driver in the manufacturer's website or from the OEM. This, however, costs you much time and requires some computer technique skills. If you prefer one-click simple method, try formerly called DriveTheLife. This tool is pop among Windows users. Try Driver Talent on any Windows laptop, desktop or notebook, such as Asus, Acer, Dell, Lenovo, HP, ThinkPad, Toshiba, IBM, Sony, Gateway, Samsung, etc. It will scan your computer to check if the graphics driver is outdated, corrupted, damaged, missing or incompatible with Windows 10. Update or Fix the Graphics Driver Driver Talent will show you in details. Restart the Windows 10 Computer The last step is to restart your computer. This will help to finish the driver installation. Update: How to Fix Stretched Display Issue on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Some users reported that updating the display driver can't help to solve stretched screen problem or issue on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Here are the steps: Step 1. Use Win + X and select Device Manager. Expand the Display adapters entry and double-click the currently working display device. Go to the Driver tab and click the Roll Back Driver button. Click the OK button. Note: This method often works on PC with AMD display card. If you can't operate this method on your blind screen, you can to roll back the driver by forcing the computer to shutdown and turn on several times. When it come to the blue screen of Recovery, follow the on-screen instructions to boot to the Safe Mode. Or you can try if you've backed it up before, or you can go to Device Manger to fix this driver issue. Besides, thanks reports from some users, the display issue may be caused by confilcts between the AMD graphics driver and the Realtek sound card driver. Those AMD display card users can also try a clean install of AMD video drivers and uninstall the Realtek Audio drivers to fix the display problem. Use shortcut keys Win + I to open Settings. Go to the System menu. Select the Display tab on the left pane and on the right side, scroll down and click Display adapter properties under the Detect button. Click the List All Modes button. A list of valid modes pops up. Select the mode that matches with your computer display resolution and click the OK button. Here are one of the useful methods: 1. Right-click anywhere of the desktop and select NVIDIA Control Panel. Expand the Display and then highlight the Change resolution. On the right side, select 8 bpc or lower value from the drop-down menu of Output color depth. If the above solutions are still not working, you might need to wait until a hotfix is released by the Redmond gaint or roll back to previous version of Windows 10. We'll try to help out. Any other Windows 10-related issues, please see on this site.