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Failed to load detection driver in AMD Catalyst Install Gpu Driver

Hello guys recently I auto updated my hd 5450's driver with a software , then I get this error No AMD driver is installed or not functioning. I uninstall the new driver with DDU.Then I tried to manually download and install it from website I get this error : Failed to load detection driver
and when I tried updating it thourgh device manager I found this :http://s1.postimg.org/pifb15q8v/Capture.png
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  1. Have you considered a system restore? You may go to a restore point from before using that software. BTW don't use those "driver updaters" i see issues with these things all the time...Get your drivers from Windows update and directly from your hardware manufacturer only.

    This looks like there are remnants of the bad driver left behind
  2. R4lNM4N said:
    Have you considered a system restore? You may go to a restore point from before using that software. BTW don't use those "driver updaters" i see issues with these things all the time...Get your drivers from Windows update and directly from your hardware manufacturer only.

    This looks like there are remnants of the bad driver left behind


    I dont have any system restore before using that software to update my drivers :(
  3. Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Have you considered a system restore? You may go to a restore point from before using that software. BTW don't use those "driver updaters" i see issues with these things all the time...Get your drivers from Windows update and directly from your hardware manufacturer only.

    This looks like there are remnants of the bad driver left behind


    I dont have any system restore before using that software to update my drivers :(



    OK, use Revo Uninstaller to remove AMD CCC and any other software/drivers you don't recognize. Use Ccleaner to clean up your temp files etc.

    Reboot.

    From Device Manager - Click the driver tab as shown in your screenshot, select the uninstall driver button. This will uninstall the default driver that Windows has loaded.

    Re install AMD drivers (AMD's GPU Catalyst Driver) Specific to your OS. Make sure its the GPU, not APU driver for your exact edition/version of Windows

    ***Use the "Advanced Uninstall" mode when using revo***
  4. R4lNM4N said:
    Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Have you considered a system restore? You may go to a restore point from before using that software. BTW don't use those "driver updaters" i see issues with these things all the time...Get your drivers from Windows update and directly from your hardware manufacturer only.

    This looks like there are remnants of the bad driver left behind


    I dont have any system restore before using that software to update my drivers :(



    OK, use Revo Uninstaller to remove AMD CCC and any other software/drivers you don't recognize. Use Ccleaner to clean up your temp files etc.

    Reboot.

    From Device Manager - Click the driver tab as shown in your screenshot, select the uninstall driver button. This will uninstall the default driver that Windows has loaded.

    Re install AMD drivers (AMD's GPU Catalyst Driver) Specific to your OS. Make sure its the GPU, not APU driver for your exact edition/version of Windows

    ***Use the "Advanced Uninstall" mode when using revo***



    When I try to uninstall that deafult driver , widnows tells me to restart pc , but if I restart it will install the driver again , so what should I do now ?
  5. Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Have you considered a system restore? You may go to a restore point from before using that software. BTW don't use those "driver updaters" i see issues with these things all the time...Get your drivers from Windows update and directly from your hardware manufacturer only.

    This looks like there are remnants of the bad driver left behind


    I dont have any system restore before using that software to update my drivers :(



    OK, use Revo Uninstaller to remove AMD CCC and any other software/drivers you don't recognize. Use Ccleaner to clean up your temp files etc.

    Reboot.

    From Device Manager - Click the driver tab as shown in your screenshot, select the uninstall driver button. This will uninstall the default driver that Windows has loaded.

    Re install AMD drivers (AMD's GPU Catalyst Driver) Specific to your OS. Make sure its the GPU, not APU driver for your exact edition/version of Windows

    ***Use the "Advanced Uninstall" mode when using revo***



    When I try to uninstall that deafult driver , widnows tells me to restart pc , but if I restart it will install the driver again , so what should I do now ?


    Reboot, then uninstall it again, then run the AMD installer
  6. R4lNM4N said:
    Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Have you considered a system restore? You may go to a restore point from before using that software. BTW don't use those "driver updaters" i see issues with these things all the time...Get your drivers from Windows update and directly from your hardware manufacturer only.

    This looks like there are remnants of the bad driver left behind


    I dont have any system restore before using that software to update my drivers :(




    OK, use Revo Uninstaller to remove AMD CCC and any other software/drivers you don't recognize. Use Ccleaner to clean up your temp files etc.

    Reboot.

    From Device Manager - Click the driver tab as shown in your screenshot, select the uninstall driver button. This will uninstall the default driver that Windows has loaded.

    Re install AMD drivers (AMD's GPU Catalyst Driver) Specific to your OS. Make sure its the GPU, not APU driver for your exact edition/version of Windows

    ***Use the "Advanced Uninstall" mode when using revo***



    When I try to uninstall that deafult driver , widnows tells me to restart pc , but if I restart it will install the driver again , so what should I do now ?


    Reboot, then uninstall it again, then run the AMD installer



    Rebooted then uninstalled , tried to install AMD installer then this came : http://s15.postimg.org/eop7t8iaz/Capture.png
  7. Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Have you considered a system restore? You may go to a restore point from before using that software. BTW don't use those "driver updaters" i see issues with these things all the time...Get your drivers from Windows update and directly from your hardware manufacturer only.

    This looks like there are remnants of the bad driver left behind


    I dont have any system restore before using that software to update my drivers :(




    OK, use Revo Uninstaller to remove AMD CCC and any other software/drivers you don't recognize. Use Ccleaner to clean up your temp files etc.

    Reboot.

    From Device Manager - Click the driver tab as shown in your screenshot, select the uninstall driver button. This will uninstall the default driver that Windows has loaded.

    Re install AMD drivers (AMD's GPU Catalyst Driver) Specific to your OS. Make sure its the GPU, not APU driver for your exact edition/version of Windows

    ***Use the "Advanced Uninstall" mode when using revo***



    When I try to uninstall that deafult driver , widnows tells me to restart pc , but if I restart it will install the driver again , so what should I do now ?


    Reboot, then uninstall it again, then run the AMD installer



    Rebooted then uninstalled , tried to install AMD installer then this came : http://s15.postimg.org/eop7t8iaz/Capture.png


    Found this on a previous thread:

    The CCC includes the drivers for the graphics card. There is a note on the CCC download page that indicates the following message:


    Before installing this driver, please ensure you have uninstalled the previous driver using the Add/Remove programs option in the Control Panel and also deleted the installation folder for the previous driver. This folder can be found at the following locations:

    C:/AMD/support/14-4-win7-win8-win8.1-64-dd-ccc-whql
    or
    C:/AMD/support/14-4-win7-win8-win8.1-32-dd-ccc-whql

    Also try DDU again. Something is still there

    and then delete the old folder as outlined in the note above, then reinstall the CCC 14.4 package.
  8. R4lNM4N said:
    Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Ghost047 said:
    R4lNM4N said:
    Have you considered a system restore? You may go to a restore point from before using that software. BTW don't use those "driver updaters" i see issues with these things all the time...Get your drivers from Windows update and directly from your hardware manufacturer only.

    This looks like there are remnants of the bad driver left behind


    I dont have any system restore before using that software to update my drivers :(




    OK, use Revo Uninstaller to remove AMD CCC and any other software/drivers you don't recognize. Use Ccleaner to clean up your temp files etc.

    Reboot.

    From Device Manager - Click the driver tab as shown in your screenshot, select the uninstall driver button. This will uninstall the default driver that Windows has loaded.

    Re install AMD drivers (AMD's GPU Catalyst Driver) Specific to your OS. Make sure its the GPU, not APU driver for your exact edition/version of Windows

    ***Use the "Advanced Uninstall" mode when using revo***



    When I try to uninstall that deafult driver , widnows tells me to restart pc , but if I restart it will install the driver again , so what should I do now ?


    Reboot, then uninstall it again, then run the AMD installer



    Rebooted then uninstalled , tried to install AMD installer then this came : http://s15.postimg.org/eop7t8iaz/Capture.png


    Found this on a previous thread:

    The CCC includes the drivers for the graphics card. There is a note on the CCC download page that indicates the following message:


    Before installing this driver, please ensure you have uninstalled the previous driver using the Add/Remove programs option in the Control Panel and also deleted the installation folder for the previous driver. This folder can be found at the following locations:

    C:/AMD/support/14-4-win7-win8-win8.1-64-dd-ccc-whql
    or
    C:/AMD/support/14-4-win7-win8-win8.1-32-dd-ccc-whql

    Also try DDU again. Something is still there

    and then delete the old folder as outlined in the note above, then reinstall the CCC 14.4 package.



    Tried your instructions still same error :'(
  9. Best answer
    Try a malware scan in Safe Mode with Malwarebytes anti-malware (don't install the premium trial

    Beyond that, how comfortable do you feel about a clean installation of Windows?
  10. R4lNM4N said:
    Try a malware scan in Safe Mode with Malwarebytes anti-malware (don't install the premium trial

    Beyond that, how comfortable do you feel about a clean installation of Windows?



    Thx for spending your valueable time for me , I'll just take my pc to repair guy tomorrow .........
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