Sapphire 6570 HD 2gb drivers doesn't install correctly 1
Hello, I got sapphire 6570 HD 2gb like 3 days ago. The fan spins, but the drivers wont install correctly. I got Athlon x3, some random motherboard and 500w power and my OS is Windows 7 home premium x64. Any idea how to fix it? asd
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Go to AMD and get the latest version for your use. See below:
Also, make sure that Windows if fully up to date as well. Catalyst requires certain updates (.Net for example) be in place for the drivers to work properly.
If this doesn't help, then please more fully describe the problem you are having. Please be as specific as possible.
There is no updates left in "Windows Update" thingy, I updated .net yesterday, I got SP1 and I have re-installed drivers million of times. The installation ends @ like 50-65%, when it's trying to install "Catalyst Control Center"
Run the app and remove all previous AMD/ATI drivers. Then restart the system and install the current 12.8 drivers (from the website I sent you earlier). It would be a good idea to have these drivers on your desktop before you run Driver Sweeper.
Let us know if this helps.
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I got Driver Fusion, I have deleted all GPU drivers and installed 12.8 drivers. Didn't work.
Did it stop at the same place? What video card were you using before you installed the HD6570?
It stops at same place always, I had GeForce 315 + 230W PSU, but I changed to 500W
I uninstalled ALL Display/GPU drivers, still doesn't work. Lemme check if they are connected enough good.
Since the HD6570 doesn't require external power, changing the PSU shouldn't matter. Verify that both the 24-pin and 4/8-pin power connectors are properly (firmly) attached to the motherboard. Also, did you uninstall the previous Nvidia drivers?
Check that your video card is properly installed (physically) as well.
Everything is alright. Still not fixed, damn it
This will sound odd, but give it a try. Create a new admin user on your system.
Reboot the system and log-in to the new administrator account. Then try to install Catalyst 12.8.
There may be an issue with you user profile preventing a successful install.
I would strongly consider reloading the system from scratch at this point. I suspect some sort of registry corruption is preventing the install from successfully completing.
Have you tried a manual install of the driver (without Catalyst)? To do that, open Device Manager, and click on Display Adapter, then right click on the HD6570. Select properties and then update driver. When asked for the driver location (go the manual route) point it to this folder: