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Catalyst Control Center is not supported by current graphics card etc...

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April 28, 2014 4:12:00 AM

Built my own pc, got an error message (everything seems to be working fine, just annoying message) on start up. "Catalyst Control Center is not supported (or does not support) the driver for your current enabled graphics card".

OS: windows 7
MOBO: Asus f2a85-V PRO
CPU: AMD APU A10-5700
GPU: EVGA GTX 660
MEM: 2 x 4gb Adata 1600
Corsair 540 air case
Corsair Hydo H110i/w Noctua 140mm fans

I am already planning on a switch back to intel mobo and cpu (in several months time, because this board doesn't do SLI) just because AMD makes me feel like I bought a used car from some dude. Anyways, anyone know what the deal with this message is? Also does anyone have an opinion on that mobo? this was my first build and it seemed decent, not entirely sure though.
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April 28, 2014 4:16:29 AM

That's because you're trying to install AMD GPU drivers on an Nvidia GPU.
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a b U Graphics card
April 28, 2014 4:18:17 AM

To install the CCC, you'll first need to get the GTX 660 out of the rig.
Switch to the onboard GPU and then install the APU IGP from AMD.
After that you can re-insert the GTX 660 and continue.....
Although that's too much Board for the APU, but, that does a good job....
The board is really good as far as gaming might come in, it supports the LucidLogix® Virtu chip that makes it possible for you to use both AMD and Nvidia GPUs together.....but SLI will be a No Go..... Crossfire ,Yes.
You've bought more than you've bargained for.....
I doubt you'll personally be able to get the max out of this board without a lot of help.....
Yup, Intel would be the right way for you to go.
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