Quote: Originally Posted by stormy13
Unless something is really messed up you should be able to go to AMD and get the latest driver for it, AMD Graphics Drivers & Software
Hi thanks for the reply,
it is not the driver supplied by AMD, that is there and installed. Believe me it is there I have been through so many uninstall, reboot, boot to safe mode, driver sweeper, reboot, boot to safe mode C Cleaner to clean stuff out of the registry that driver sweeper missed, reboot re install AMD drivers (CCC) cycles you would not believe. It is the driver in windows if this makes sense, unless I am missing something fundamental which is possible; the ignorant are not always aware that they are ignorant. I am entirely open to the possibility that I am missing something. I would not class myself as a noob but I am happy to admit that there is an awful lot out there I know nothing about.
I said that this was but a small part to a long story I could go on and it would involve swapping out my GPUs, swapping out PSU's, memtest, prime 95, chk dsk, sfc SCANNOW, BIOS fiddling, re-seating hardware and cables, relocating GPU'(s) to other PCIE slots, powersettings, taking off possible conflicting software, the only thing I have not tried yet is playing about with any voltages to components. (well there are millions of things I have not tried yet but you get the jist) oh and it is not heat related either I run at 19 degrees (CPU core) at idle and 30 ish at full load I have 6 120 mm case fans.
That is an aside I will get to the bottom of my erratic BSOD on intense gaming problem eventually; as you can see I have ruled a lot of stuff out already. For this thread I just want the driver I had back. I did alot of other stuff as well last night, that helped and I do not want to undo it with a system restore. I know I should have created a restore point as I changed each thing but I got a bit blase and lazy about it.