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

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January 20, 2012 1:44:28 PM

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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January 20, 2012 2:00:34 PM

Have you tried uninstalling it?
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January 20, 2012 3:11:04 PM

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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