Updating ati graphics
If you were directed to this page by someone else, ask them for an appropriate driver or use one of the support resources to request one.If you are not on Windows, please continue to the community support resources Ensure that the driver you are attempting to install uses a Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) version that is compatible with your operating system.Although it is not required, it is recommended that you remove your current drivers before you manually install new ones.This is to avoid Windows’ versioning mechanics that dictate whether a driver can be installed or not based on which is the "newer" driver.
Close any other applications that may be depending on your graphics card.NOTE: This article assumes that you already have a driver and are looking to install it with Device manager.If you have not found a device driver to install, refer to this page and use the “manual” links to obtain a driver.: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Radeon Driver Okay, I installed the wrong driver and now I can't boot/my graphics are shot!: Don't panic, you can remove the drivers as easily as you installed them! Depending on what type of screen you now have in front of you, you will have a couple of options, firstly; if your screen is black and you cannot see anything, try "Ctrl Alt Del", log out if you can and restart into "Advanced Settings" (AKA, "Recovery Mode"). No @mated, if you really; really want the latest drivers, follow this link and add the PPA but there is really no need as the drivers that are installed by default are tried and tested, the PPA drivers may or may not improve your VGA performance!