Updating my graphics card
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Next day when I start it, the screen is stuck at 800x600 and when I check my device manager my graphics card, a NVIDIA Ge Force GTX 980, is marked with a little orange triangle and a "! When I click on it I can see the device has been stopped because a problem has been reported (Code 43). I've tried updating the drivers from the device manager, I've installed them from NVidia experience installation program and I've tried downloading them separately from Nvidia's homepage and installing them from there.
Very often we are required to update our Graphic Drivers manually.
While Windows Update will update your computer system including the Device Drivers automatically, or the software updaters of your graphic hardware will inform you when updates are available, there may be a time when you may have to on you own update your systems video and graphic drivers, if you are facing issues like Laptop screen brightness flickering or if you wish to get better performance out of your system.
Tried that too but they still don't work and my screen is still stuck at 800x600. Sometimes, Windows Update will incorrectly update the onboard/integrated graphics card and enable it while disabling the separate stand-alone card.
Check in Device Manager and see if you have an integrated card and see if it's been enabled.