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Thursday, December 19th After months of Catalyst Hmmm, it doesn't seem to let me uncheck gaming evolved. Says it's already installed and up to date, but it isn't installed Just installed and GE does not seem to be there, so maybe it unchecked but didn't display - weird stuff. AMD hasn't supported Vista for months now. You need to remove Vista from your list of supported OSes. AMD does support Vista. You have to look for them. The system info and GPU-z seem to still say Im going to do that now.
Are you serious AMD? I bought Windows 8, because I thought you do not support Vista anymore. Well, Windows 8 isn't that bad. Did any of you get odd readings in GPU-Z? After a clean install I dont get a But in the CCC I dont get I do not know there is no solution or fix black and restart the game to run test programs and software crashes and display driver has been restored questions Stable yet.
CCC software info says It's also showing as Ya I had to do a clean install Reboot still showed Did those showing an older Catalyst version number do an uninstall of the old driver first? I did a simple uninstall first and show the same driver version string as Solaris Wonder what the hell is going on over at AMD I did a clean install.
Not sure I will continue to test tomorrow. I really do not want to go through alot of this for new drivers. MSI afterburner doesnt even detect a driver. The attached is my current attempt at an install driver is the same build version as the I have a few reports Here Here that indicate others are running into problems. Just installed it like 2 hours ago. PCIe Bus is showing 16x 3. The Gaming Evolve crap wasn't listed in the list of things being installed.
I'm glad they took it out. All the previous Beta Drivers, I unchecked them. I thought my card was dying due to all the issues I was seeing in the game.
All the previous Beta Drivers, I have unchecked them. Of course it's not in the WHQL drivers, because raptr is a program in beta. I would expect it to remain in the beta driver releases and to be integrated into the WHQL releases when its beta status is removed. They've always had Support for Vista. I bet eventually, when Win9 comes out--talks about it have been hitting the media, will probably be around the time when Support for Vista will be dropped. MS wants to get you buying their products again some how Can you confirm this with a screen shot?
You don't exhibit any of the odd readings we do? Does your Oc program detect a driver?
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