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AMD Driver Autodetect. issue.


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#1 ghostice03

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Posted 07 August 2017 - 08:49 PM

a family member downloaded this 

AMD Driver Autodetect. on my computer and now i have a issue where i cannot see any videos of my own .  i tried to uninstall yet it didnt  uninstall. and under system and security . as soon as i click on it it shows up internet explorer has stopped working. also a issue with windows explorer as well stops and says unable to open now. 

 

 

i have a windows 7  

 

 

Please anyone with any help thank you . 


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Posted 08 August 2017 - 07:57 AM

@ghostice03
 
Attempt a System Restore...
If system restore is enabled on your computer, it's possible that you have at least one if not multiple restore points available.
 
1. In your Start menu, Search programs and files dialog box, enter "Restore" without quotation marks.
2. From the list of results, click System Restore.
3. In the System Restore window, click Next.
4. Choose a restore point prior to the date your system became corrupted.
 
If successful, this will restore the computer to the state it was in  prior to the mishap without affecting your data.
 
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