Way to Bypass OEM's Catalyst Control Center so I Can d/l AMD's Version

Here's the deal... I have a Toshiba L775D-S7304 notebook with an upgraded A8-3500m APU with Radeon 6620G Graphics.

I can't download the Catalyst Converter for my APU from AMD's website because I get an "incompatible hardware / software" error.

When I did some research, I found out that Manufacturers often release their own versions of Catalyst Converter that lack some of the functions and updates that AMD releases on their website.

Toshiba's version doesn't have a performance or CPU related tab, so therefore I can't set it to 100% in order to overclock with K10STAT.

This is garbage. Is there any way I can bypass Toshiba's "incompatibly" issues so that I can download my processor's driver directly from AMD?

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  1. Have you tried uninstalling it?
  2. R.I.P. Thread

    Found a Solution:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2_thUnvJv4

    works for Toshiba, Sony, Lenovo, Asus and other laptop manufacturers who force their trashy drivers on you.
  3. almost all laptop makers do the same thing... anyone else looking for the solution for nvidia cards in laptops http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/ has drivers with modified .ini files so you can install them on laptops
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