Unable to start ATI Catalyst Control Center. Everytime I click on the CCC icon, absolutely nothing happens. Does anyone has any idea why this happens and how it can be corrected?
I also reinstalled it, and it is still the same.
I also get the following message at start up.
"You do not have permission to change Catalyst Control Centre settings. Contact your Administrator for further help..."
I have only one user on this computer and of course, it is also the administrator.
I ran into this problem a while back. Took me quite a few attempts at uninstalling/reinstalling to get it accessible. Here's what I recommend:
1) Download and install Driver Sweeper.
2) Download (but do NOT install) a fresh version of the driver package.
3) From Control Panel, uninstall your ATI Drivers.
4) From Control Panel, uninstall any other ATI applications that are still installed.
5) Reboot your system into Safe Mode.
6) Run Driver Sweeper
7) Reboot Normally
8) Cancel Windows "New Hardware Found" prompts.
9) Install freshly downloaded ATI Driver package.
Well, Thank for trying to help Wolfshadw but unfortunately it did not work. I now have a message at boot up saying "Cannot find MOM.implementation" and then If I try CCC.exe, I get "Cannot find CLI.implementation".
Again, Thanks anyway. I might have to get professional help
I already tried.... I'm up to the current version of .NETFramework (3.5 sp1) and still the same.
I also remove all occurence of CCC....
a) Using add/remove programs
b) deleted all folders with CCC references
c) Even went into the registry and deleted all references to ATI CATALYST
After reinstallation, still not working. However, I did not use ATITools... First time I hear of that. Where/how do I get and use this????
The progress will be displayed in your screen (see walking dots...)
I have issues with CCC after installation of visual-Studio 2008. My .netframe work is version 3.5. Visual-Studio is far more important to me than CCC. Without this procedure my 4890 could have been gone in my pc.
To display other options at command prompt you can type.