Before everything was fine, I could play low spec 3D games no sweat, but a few weeks ago, there was a power outage, and I turned my computer on when the power came back, and I tried to play a 3D game and it said that the game couldn't initialize, also Cyberlink PowerDVD (requires graphical things), here's what I'm talking about: It says: Cyberlink PowerDVD error Unable to launch Cyberlink PowerDVD. Possible reasons: 1. Your VGA controller requires an update. 2. There isn't enough VRAM in your VGA card. 3. Not possible to admit the remote desktop in Windows XP --------------------------- I have windows 10 home edition btw. Maybe that's another reason. It has to do with the digital graphics thing (I don't know much about computers or everything like some people do, I barely know the basics but I forgot the name of this thing). I have Intel (R) HD Graphics. It has to do with this exact part of the computer, which Is digitalized I believe. Most of the programs I tried using that needed the Graphics thing told me it had to do with this Graphics driver, that it had to be updated, deleted and reinstalled for it to work again. I did that, it didn't work. (should I do it again to make sure??) Here are my computer's specs (sorry that it's in spanish): https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Kb6yZvOXASi1GGjzV4yQQFwiC0SMrm0s This computer is nowhere near to run medium spec pc games at decent fps, it sucks. But it gets the job done for low spec ones decently. I get this error when trying to run Dead Space 3: This reads: Unable to initialize the visualization hardware. Please restart Dead Space 3. The question is, how do I fix this??