Why the buttons on the REST Connection manager are missing?

Why the buttons on the REST Connection manager are missing?

Problem:
I am not able to configure my REST Connection Manager component. After I select "Configuration", the buttons on the REST Connection manager screen are gone, they are missing . Look at the screenshot below:

Solution:
A possible reason for this issue is that the drivers on your machine are old. You might solve this issue by updating the drivers on your machine.

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