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Windows 7: AMD Radeon R7 M260 (Toshiba laptop)-multiple driver issues

26 Aug 2016   #1
PaulMChem

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 
AMD Radeon R7 M260 (Toshiba laptop)-multiple driver issues

On the Toshiba driver support website two display drivers can be downloaded : one installs INTEL HD Graphics Family and the other one installs AMD Catalyst. The AMD driver doesn't work for me, I remember it not even being detected in Device Manager (WEI was 1.0 for both graphic parameters also, so it was disabled for sure).Then, I uninstalled it and installed the Intel driver instead, which worked almost perfectly, the only problem being that the Video Controller is marked with the yellow ! in Device Manager. Thus this can't be the correct driver either.

I tried to install the latest AMD Catalyst manually but it turned out to be just as problematic: after resuming from standby, the screen would stay black and not lit up and I would have to shut it down using the power button)

All in all, I'm not sure whether I should stick with Intel HD or not. I would greatly appreciate if anyone knows the correct version of AMD Catalyst needed for this.


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