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Posted 08 April 2017 - 12:42 PM
Posted 09 April 2017 - 08:40 AM
I have a Samsung laptop that had a similar problem (the AMD graphics wouldn't work after updating from the AMD website).
It was updated from W8.1 to W10.
It turns out that the AMD driver that I needed was signed by Intel (so it could work with the GPU switching program).
Unfortunately, removing the driver did not fix the problem, nor did many other attempts at removing different things.
Finally, the only sure fix was to format the computer and start over clean.
Rather than do that, I clean installed a copy of W10 on the system.
Both video cards seem to work well now (no errors in Device Manager)
As this is my test machine, I haven't tried to play any games on it to see how well it works.
Currently the system is at Windows Insider build 16170 (Fast Ring)
I suggest making an image of the entire hard drive (as it sits now), then installing a clean copy of W10 on the system and see how that works.
Let us know how it turns out for you. Good luck!
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