Rainbow Six: Extraction No Compatible Driver Error Fix

If you're getting the no compatible driver error in Rainbow Six: Extraction, then follow our guide for a possible fix.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Extraction requires a high performance rig to run well, making many players resort to using the Vulkan API. Unfortunately this may cause the "No compatible driver" error message to appear at launch.

Our guide will provide you with a possible fix to no compatible driver error in Rainbow Six: Extraction. You don't necessarily have to uninstall Vulkan if it helps your games perform better, but you will need to re-install your graphics drivers.

How to Fix No Compatible Driver Error in Rainbow Six: Extraction

Although Vulkan may be using the high-performance video card to run games and applications, it still requires your integrated video card to be up to date in terms of drivers. That's why you need to update your integrated card to the latest version. Many players ignore this detail and thus get the error.

Intel Integrated Graphics Drivers Update

If your PC or laptop has Intel processor, then your integrated graphics card is also Intel. You can easily update your graphics drivers by doing the following:

  1. Go to the official Intel graphics update webpage
  2. Select your corresponding Intel processor driver from the list
  3. Download and install drivers

AMD Integrated Graphics Drivers Update

In case you have an AMD processor with integrated graphics, you need to follow these steps:

  1. Go to AMD support webpage
  2. Select "Processors with graphics" option from the list
  3. Choose the corresponding AMD processor
  4. Download and install drivers

Remove AMD Integrated Graphics Drivers

In some cases updating AMD drivers may not solve the issue. If this happens, then you simply need to remove the AMD integrated graphics drivers altogether in the following way:

  1. Right-click on "My Computer" icon on your dektop
  2. Select "Properties" option
  3. Go to "Device Manager" tab
  4. Click on "Display Adapters" option
  5. Right-click on your integrated graphics adapter
  6. Select "Properties" option
  7. Go to "Driver" tab
  8. Click on "Uninstall Device" option

Once these procedures are done, you can start the Rainbow Six: Extraction, and the game should launch without any problems.

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Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin.

Published Jan. 28th 2022

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