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Windows is not reading GPU drivers

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  • Radeon
  • GPUs
  • Drivers
  • Graphics Cards
  • HD
  • Graphics
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October 18, 2010 5:29:13 PM

I got new new GPU, follow all the step. Uninstall the old one, then install the new GPU (HD 5700), But after instaling the latest driver 10.9. Windows is not reading them and "Action center still tells me

"Download and install the driver for your video card
Your video card is missing a driver.
The model name of your video card is Radeon HD 5700 Series."

Is there any way i can acutally confirm that my drivers are installed and if Windows is screwing up or something?

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October 18, 2010 5:49:36 PM

Did you use driver sweeper in safe mode when u removed the old drivers?

When u installed CCC did u get any notification? ive had some problems b4 with that it managed to install everything except the actual driver.

If u got CCC installed u should be able to reach it by searching for CCC (if u have W7 atleast) and start it up there.

Go to Information Center and change to Graphics hardware and u should be able to see ur card there.
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October 18, 2010 6:30:03 PM

You can use GPU-Z to help identify your GPU and Driver version. It should help you with your question.
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October 18, 2010 7:26:00 PM

snoogiloo said:
Did you use driver sweeper in safe mode when u removed the old drivers?

When u installed CCC did u get any notification? ive had some problems b4 with that it managed to install everything except the actual driver.

If u got CCC installed u should be able to reach it by searching for CCC (if u have W7 atleast) and start it up there.

Go to Information Center and change to Graphics hardware and u should be able to see ur card there.



I did do via safe mode indeed.

Yeah i did, if i would like reg. my card. how did u fix it?

Yeah i started there n didnt notice a hitch. Could change settings and what not as well

Info center how?
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October 18, 2010 7:26:33 PM

deweycd said:
You can use GPU-Z to help identify your GPU and Driver version. It should help you with your question.


Ahead of you sir, tried it and didnt who any drivers... lol
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October 18, 2010 7:42:40 PM

Try installing an older driver package, say 10.4 or around there, may provide you with different results.
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October 18, 2010 8:20:35 PM

have to remove the old driver first right? and is there any way to acutally check to see if i have them installed at all?
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