A while back I had purchased a new PC (first ever PC that could do any real gaming - so I'm not that versed in this sort of thing). A member of the community gave me step-by-step instructions on how to update the drivers because the ones available via Samsung were subpar.
I'm running an A10-4600M APU with a 7670M GPU. The last time I updated everything was way better! (so thanks again for the help from Tom's Hardware forums!). Now I'm looking to update to the newest beta drive ---> AMD Catalyst 12.11 beta.
These were the original steps I received for the old setup, and it worked like a charm
I have the same setup and it did took me awhile to get the best settings. Here is what I did.
Catlayst 12.9 embedded
CAP 12.8 3
3. Install Catalys 12.8 - Select ****custom. Install everything except the Control panel (last option).
5. Install Catalyst 12.9 embedded - overwrite everything with the control panel
You should gain USB 3.0 back
7. Install 12.8 CAP 3
Hope it works for you. It worked for me.
(I understand I will not be using this software this time, it's more a reference for the steps I should take)
So I guess my question is... do I need additional software besides the AMD CATALYST 12.11 BETA8 DRIVER? Can I just simply remove my current drivers, and then install the software - or do I need additional software, or need to change some steps? I've heard 12.11 was a BIG improvement, which is why I'm currently looking to update my drivers again.
Thanks in advance for any replies!
*************Quick Edit - I have the 12.11 CAP1 application profile ready to go, so should I be downloading 12.11 Beta8 with or without .NET Framework 4.0?