I posted this question: https://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/95252/windows-installer-has-stopped-working-error-message-when-installing-amd-cataly, which immediately got closed as off-topic and downvoted, and got comments like "Isn't this a more SuperUser question than it is gaming? There's nothing here that relates to gaming."
I posted the question thinking that it is on-topic as per the FAQ:
What kind of questions can I ask here?
…If your question generally covers things such as…
Game-specific hardware and utilities
…then you are in the right place to ask your question!
I believe that the graphics card, in my case, is a game-specific hardware (I use it mainly for gaming), and its drivers is a utility and a crucial "part" of the graphics card (graphics card don't really work or work optimally without it). The people who usually use them (and encounter issues with them, especially regular driver updating) are gamers. And we have a gamer community here in Arqade. Due to those reasons I think it is on-topic and perfectly fine here in Arqade (and more so than Super User, IMO).
About the close vote reason, I believe that "better suited to Super User" is not a valid close vote reason, but 'Off-topic' is. And I already explained why I reckon the question is not Off-topic.
Referring to problems with a graphics card, the graphics processing unit, usually on a PC, or specific settings on a graphics card for a specific game.
Hardware is a collection of tangible components that comprise a computer system. Computer hardware refers to the physical parts or components of computer such as monitor, keyboard, hard disk, mouse, etc.
Also seems to be on-topic as per an answer in 'The Great Arqade Clean-Up of 2012':
Being familiar with computer hardware and common software misconfiguration is an area of expertise, which is the general basis for what makes a good tag.
We don't create tags for questions considered to be off-topic...
Also, the upvoted answers of the meta question, Non-gaming gaming console questions -- allowed? are "Yes." Questions about gaming hardware used in non-gaming contexts are allowed in this site.
Other examples similar to my question can be seen at:
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