If you have the OS on only your SSD/HDD then I would download 12.2 again (or use the one you already downloaded) disconnect your internet and follow the stickied drive sweeper guide found under "ATI - Drivers and Software" to reinstall. Sent from the bear [email protected] Griz - Yes i kept the SSD disconnected during this test, so i could swap back and forth betwen drives to try to duplicate the same issue.Unfortunately this morning i checked and somwhere along the process of my frustration, i formatted the SSD (EPIC FAIL!
Right Click and Un-Install the (windows pre-installed) Driver for the videocard your trying to install 4. Install CAP1, then Install 12.2, wait to reboot after 12.2 is installed. Sidenote (just curious): Why did you opt to put you OS on the HDD and games on the SSD? I know WOW is around 20gb alone so maybe that's why? Never realized how much space WIN7 was, but im booting to windows at a decent speed with AHCI enabled on my SATA3 16mb cache, 7200rpm hdd, Thoughts are down the road to get a 120-128gb for OS and those games and keep the 500gb HDD for everything else. Originally Posted by Greenie Griz So you ended up installing the 12.2 on top of 11.12? If anyone ever has this issue follow the steps below: 1.
Your now back online with 12.2, you can now re-enable the onboard graphics driver if you so want to. Sidenote (just curious): Why did you opt to put you OS on the HDD and games on the SSD? I know WOW is around 20gb alone so maybe that's why? Originally Posted by Greenie Griz So you ended up installing the 12.2 on top of 11.12? Remove AMD Catalyst and all drivers associated with the card and software 2.
- Here's the link: - Once installed reboot your laptop and observe it again but that should resolve the issue once and for all. Before you dive to deep into tearing your computer apart or panic. My display driver AMD keeps crashing and recovering since i updated my laptop to windows 10 i often get a 'Pop Up' which says 'Display Driver Stopped Responding but has now recovered' some times the screen just goes black with only the cursor working, this often happens when i put my laptop to sleep and then turn it on, ultimately i have to press the power button to switch it off and then back on.
i also received a blue screen with dpc watchdog violation 4-5 times now. rolling them back, using the windows update , installing the amd 15.7.1 driver and now using the latest AMD Catalyst™ 15.9.1 Beta Driver. HP 15-g012ax Notebook PC 2 GHz AMD Quad-Core A8-6410 APU with Radeon R5 Graphics Video Graphics AMD Radeon HD 8570M Graphics (2 GB DDR3 dedicated) driver version-15.201.1151.1004 I'm the same I got a R9 290x which worked perfect for a year on win 7 just upgraded to 10 and now every 5/10 mins the drivers crash.
When i get off work, this is what im looking to do, 1- Insert the old 5750 card, and install the catalyst for this card (since this is what i was originally on and had NO issues after the 6850 was installed) 2- Remove All the Catalyst AMD/ATI drivers and apps and download MSI Afterburner.