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It's not a "drive" that is outdated.  It's the drivers -- the software that supports your graphics card.  Drivers are typically updated by each manufacturer a few times a year.  If you are more than a couple of updates behind, your system is less and less capable to handle coded graphics data that it receives over the Internet from places like Second Life.  After a while, some of those systems simply won't work.  Hence, that error message.  So, update your drivers.  Here's how >>> https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Graphics-cards/ta-p/700073#Section_.1.5

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It's not a "drive" that is outdated.  It's the drivers -- the software that supports your graphics card.  Drivers are typically updated by each manufacturer a few times a year.  If you are more than a couple of updates behind, your system is less and less capable to handle coded graphics data that it receives over the Internet from places like Second Life.  After a while, some of those systems simply won't work.  Hence, that error message.  So, update your drivers.  Here's how >>> https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Graphics-cards/ta-p/700073#Section_.1.5

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