I can't do anything! I used most other overclocker and nothing
Also, I tried uninstalling and installing the driver but after I uninstalled
the driver, I couldn't install it because the graphic changes to my
integrated GMA HD. When ever I try installing, the computer thinks
I'm trying to install the ATI driver on the GMA HD and not let me install it...
(I had to use system restore to get my drivers back)
My laptop specification:
Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 0646-2MU
i5-450m (2.4Ghz Core 2 Duo)
4GB DDR3 RAM
Windows 7 Home Premium x64
At POST enter the BIOS and disable your integrated GMA HD, save and exit. Then install the ATi software. You can do clock increases using CCC or MSI Afterburner. CCC will test your changes and tell you whether or not its is stable enough to work.