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Error message catalyst control center/is is not supported by the driver version

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  • Catalyst
  • Graphics
  • AMD
  • Error Message
  • Video Driver
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August 12, 2013 5:37:05 PM

I keep receiving this message. I receive this message every time i open up my computer. I know i have a PowerColor AMD Radeon HD 6670. If i check my manager screen under adapter is say nvidea. The AMD radeon HD doesn't even show up. My computer was working fine then started to lag and have low fps. Games are not playable anymore. I don't know much about computers please help.

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August 12, 2013 6:40:09 PM

Hey,

Did you by any chance install any new drivers? Also could you list the rest of your system specifications? However it shouldn't list Nvidia as your graphics adapter unless you have an Nvidia card installed. Did you install any drivers or swap out graphics cards recently?

You could try to uninstall your graphics drivers and then install the latest ones off the AMD website.

Hope this helps!
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August 12, 2013 8:13:24 PM

fil1p said:
Hey,

Did you by any chance install any new drivers? Also could you list the rest of your system specifications? However it shouldn't list Nvidia as your graphics adapter unless you have an Nvidia card installed. Did you install any drivers or swap out graphics cards recently?

You could try to uninstall your graphics drivers and then install the latest ones off the AMD website.

Hope this helps!


the manufacture: cyberpower inc.
processor: amd fx 4100 quad core processor 3.60 hgz
system type: 64 bit
windows 7 home premium
When it first asked me to download the driver i couldnt find the proper amd one so i believe i installed a nvidea on accident. I dont know which amd i should install for the powercolor amd radeon i still have the catalyst manager. i also have the nvidea manager which is working over the amd one.
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August 12, 2013 9:14:13 PM

If that is the case, then go to Control Panel>>Programs>>Uninstall a program and check if any Nvidia drivers show up. If so uninstall the Nvidia control panel, along with all the Nvidia drivers that accompany it. However its strange that this happened, as the installer usually checks your system for a compatible Nvidia graphics card before installing the driver.

After you have done that restart your PC, and if that doesn't fix it then I suggest that you uninstall your AMD drivers as well, and install the latest ones.
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August 13, 2013 6:35:18 PM

Thank you for your help. I found the problem had to uninstall all of the drivers first. Find the proper amd driver that matches my drive. Also my screen was plugged into the on board graphics card which barely carries any game.
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