To fix this, you generally need to update your video card drivers, please follow the directions for your Operating System below.If you are having trouble following the directions below, please see this.
This error message is commonly caused by outdated video card drivers.It is highly recommended you use the distro's packages for drivers; not doing so can cause problems later! Most Apple computers come with built-in drivers and a graphics card that cannot be changed.For these reasons, there is no need to manually update your graphics drivers.From a marketing/sales point of view, it's more profitable to sell a complete unit.Right click the Windows logo (lower left corner of your screen).If you don't have the App Store on your Mac, get updates by choosing Software Update from the Apple () menu.If you don't see an expected Mac update: Learn how to upgrade to the latest mac OS version, which includes the latest version of Safari and the Mac App Store.NOTE: If you don't see it, you can also click Start, In the Start Search line type in: Right click My Computer, select Properties, Hardware tab, Device Manager button, scroll down to Smart card readers, select the next to it to open it up. It will prompt you for a name for the folder (type in CAC Driver).If your smart card reader is already listed, you can go to the next step of installing the Do D certificates. Try this first: Go to Device Manager (Instructions are above), scroll down to Smart Card readers, right click the CAC reader that shows up below Smart Card Readers. Hit OK, then select Extract (lower right corner of this window).Go to the video card manufacturer’s website to check for updates to the card’s software or firmware.Make sure it works with your version of the Mac operating system.