Nvidia Graphics Card Not Detected in Windows 11
Using the original, functional system files as a backup, this software fixes typical computer issues. Additionally, it protects you from serious file loss, hardware failure, and fixes for malware and virus-caused damage.
This guide will show you what to do if Windows 11’s GPU is not detected right after we see what this component does in more detail.
Update the graphics card
Type Device Manager in your Windows search bar and select Open.
Expand the display adapters and right-click on your graphics card driver.
Select Update driver.
Click on Search automatically for drivers.
Follow any-on screen instructions.
Enable the graphics card
Press Windows + X and Click on Device Manager.
Look for Display Adapters and right-click your Nvidia graphics card.
Choose Enable device.
Press Windows + S and type in cmd. Select Run as administrator.
Type bcdedit /set pciexpress forcedisable and press enter.
Restart your PC.
Press Win + I to open Settings.
Click on Check for updates to scan for any updates.
Download and install any updates that were discovered.