These Devices Are not Fully Compatible With Windows 10
Upgrading your system to Windows 10 is an exciting thing because you can enjoy the newest Windows system. But sometimes, after you upgrade Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 to windows 10, it pops up a window told you "The devices aren’t fully compatible with Windows 10" and the devices list is your display adapter such as AMD, NVIDIA graphic card.
So if you want to keep using Windows 10 system, you need to solve the problem that display is not compatible with windows 10 problem.
For the drivers not compatible with Windows 10, I think you can do two things: First is reinstall the drivers again, second is to install the old version of drivers.
Why at first you should reinstall the graphic driver rather than install an old version driver directly? There are two reasons. After upgrade to Windows 10, maybe there are some system errors or installation errors caused some software installation errors. Another reason that the Windows 10 versions of graphic drivers will be more compatible with Windows 10 system, and it will have more functions.
So you can first reinstall the graphic drivers, if it can solve your problem, you are lucky. If not, try to use the second way. If you do not care about the Windows 10 graphic drivers, you can directly install Windows 8 or windows 8.1 graphic drivers.
Solution 1: Reinstall the Windows 10 Display Drivers
Here you can use Driver Doctor to help you. It will be a good drivers download and update helper especially after you upgrade the system to Windows 10. It is a professional and automatical drivers finder, downloader and updater.
After you download it, install and run it on your computer. You can update all your drivers by 4 steps.
The process is like this: Scan Now >> Get Drivers >> Download/Download All >> Install.
So after you installed all your drivers including the graphic drivers, try to restart your computer.
Solution 2: Install the Windows 8.1/8/7 Display Drivers on Windows 10
If reinstalling the graphic drivers can’t solve the incompatible problem, try to uninstall the display driver and install the Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 drivers, it will work.
Before you download the Windows 8 or 8.1 display drivers, you need to know the system requirement. On the desktop, right-click "This PC" >> "Properties". Cannot find "This PC" on desktop click here to solve it.
You will see the system type of your computer, such as the system is 64-bit. So when you find the graphic model driver for Windows 8 or 8.1, you need to download 64-bit version drivers.
After you download the driver, you can install the incompatible display drivers for Windows 10.
How to install the incompatible display drivers for Windows 10
1. Extract the file if needed. Here because the download file is .zip, so you need first to extract this file.
2. Find the setup.exe file and runs "Troubleshoot compatibility".
3. Choose troubleshoot program.
4. Choose the first option: the program worked in earlier versions of windows but won’t install or run now.
5. Choose the version you use before . If you upgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 10, choose the Windows 8. If you upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10, choose windows 7.
6. Test the program.
After you choose the previous system, it will remind to test the program. Click "Test the program"button, it will test your program and install the driver.
7. After installing this driver, you need to restart the computer.
So after you installed the Windows 8 display drivers and set the compatible properties, this problem will be solved.