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Windows 7: VGA AMD HD 7670 and Intel HD 4000 got error after rolling back AMD VGA


28 Jul 2014   #1

Windows 7 HOme Premium x64
 
 
VGA AMD HD 7670 and Intel HD 4000 got error after rolling back AMD VGA

Yesterday i was updating my HD 7670 driver in HP pavilion 2002tx notebook with windows...





but after installation, there are some errors such as catalyst control cannot opened and applications crashed. So i decided to rolling back the driver, but it resulted with another problem...my intel HD 4000 got error too..





this is the dxdiag result after error messages appeared







i have tried installing driver downloaded from HP and Intel site but nothing happened...so please if anyone know about this....


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31 Jul 2014   #2

windows 7 home 64bit
 
 

Hi Welcome to Seven Forums .. Download the Driver from the HP Website .. Then go to the Device Manager select your Graphics Card and Uninstall it should give you the Option to Uninstall the Drivers too .. Then reboot your Laptop and Install the Driver you Downloaded ..

Do not let Windows Install the Driver for you ..
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