5770 not recgonized by windows 8

my 5770 isnt recognized by windows 8, i have tried installing ccc but it doesnt work. it works with windows 7 on a seperate hdd but now when i try load it up i get the blue screen of death. can anyone help with both my problems? thanks :)
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  1. Wait till final Windows 8 release. This is when drivers will start to appear.
  2. what about the blue screen with windows 7? i started it up fine, installed drivers fine and wen i rebooted my pc from installing drivers, i got the blue screen saying something about my graphics card, can you explain that?
  3. can boot into windows fine but my card isnt recognized, now i have the latest drivers my pc goes straight to blue screen error when in windows 7 ultimate
  4. windows 8*
    latest drivers in windows 7*
  5. For windows 8, is this the driver you got?


    For windows 7(if that is crashing), you may want to get into safe mode and remove all the ATI drivers then reinstall them clean.

    I never hurts to run driver sweeper after uninstalling the drivers with the ATI/AMD uninstaller. After a clean restart, install the latest drivers.

  6. yeah it doesnt even load into windows 7 just goes straight to blue screen and says system shutdown to prevent damage and to check hardware. if i remove all drivers and put the card in it loads fine into windows 7, but i get blue screen after the restart to apply new driver settings. it also doesnt detect the card at all.

    in the blue screen it says something about disabling memory caching and shading. will really appreciate a fix for this :)
  7. the card is showing up in gpu-z but when i install the driver, my screens flash black then windows 8 says the driver has crashed and my pc restarts - maybe that will help
  8. Maybe try one of the older drivers under Win7. remove it before each test. See if one works. At least then you have a working Win7.


    I will try a 5770 under Win8 to see how it goes when I get a chance. Maybe it just does notwork yet under Win8.
  9. i will try them and post results, thank you for helping
  10. Tried all the drivers and windows still restarts/crashes when i install them. Sometimes its fine until i click "reboot now" then windows dont load
  11. This is still win7 crashing right?

    Could you please get


    Post us an image of the text of what is happening. Many are still used to seeing the XP style blue screen.

    This is an example image with the lower pane set to XP style

    I want to make sure the ATI driver is crashing.

    Also, if you have any friends with a system that meets the requirements for your card(Open PCI-E slot[just remove the card that is in it] and a good 350-450 watt power supply with 1 pci-e power connector). It may be worth trying on another system just in case the graphics card it self is the problem.
  12. I copied and pasted the error when i loaded up windows in safemode a box popped up with this:

    Problem signature:
    Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
    OS Version: 6.1.7600.
    Locale ID: 2057

    Additional information about the problem:
    BCCode: 116
    BCP1: FFFFFA8006394010
    BCP2: FFFFF88003EDC250
    BCP3: 0000000000000000
    BCP4: 0000000000000002
    OS Version: 6_1_7600
    Service Pack: 0_0
    Product: 256_1

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    not sure if this helps
  13. The DMP file contains the list of drivers running at the time of crash. Give bluescreenview a go.
  14. managed to get rid of the BSOD with the 9.11 driver, but when i load up my mouse comes on screen then my screen flashes and goes blank for 2 seconds then the backlight on the screen comes back, then flashes again and repeats. do you know the cause of this?
  15. After those 2 flashes, does it work normal or do you get stuck at a black screen?

    9.11 is a very old driver. Strange that you would need to step that far back.

    Just to confirm your cards heatsink is clean and the card is not getting too hot.

    It may also be worth making sure you have all DX updates since you have directX crashing as well with the card.

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