If you’ve got an AMD (ATI) graphics card and you keep getting the message “The Display Driver Has Stopped Responding” in Windows 10 it can be very frustrating. The screen goes blank for a second, the message pops up and any application you were using likely crashes – especially frustrating if you’re in a game. This simple guide will hopefully help remove the problem and get you back to a nice stable system. Causes of Display Driver Has Stopped Responding on Windows 10 It seems this is wholly driver related. I’ve mainly seen this problem using AMD (ATI) graphics cards and it seems to happen at completely random times. Xbox One Wireless Adapter For Windows 10 Driver. Intel I3 Graphics Driver Windows 10 there. Having done a little research, the problem can happen on more than Windows 10 machines and on more than just AMD graphics cards too but we’re going to focus on the AMD family, specifically the Radeon 7800 and Windows 10. How to fix Display Driver Has Stopped Responding on Windows 10 In short, we’re going to do the following: • Download Display Driver Uninstaller • Boot Windows 10 into Safe Mode • Clean out all AMD drivers using Display Driver Uninstaller • Boot back into Windows 10 • Allow Windows 10 to use it’s preferred drivers So let’s get started.