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NO AMD Graphics Driver is installed or the AMD Driver is not functioni

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February 1, 2013 3:41:57 AM

hey guys I get this in one of my systems.

NO AMD Graphics Driver is installed or the AMD Driver is not functioning properly.
please install the amd driver appropriate to your AMD hardware.

on a 7850, was using 12.11 then updated it to 13.1 and i get that problem. this are the things I did.

uninstall program>amd ccc>reboot on safe mode>driver cleaner pro>manually delete amd and ati files>regedit removed all amd and ati>reboot normal> CCleaner>fix all registry>installed 12.11 (same thing and i did the whole thing again when i was trying to reinstall 13.1 and 13.2)

anyone can help me with this>

btw this is on a lga2011 system 3930k x79mobo gd65 8d

the gpu can be detected by gpu-z but not on dxdiag. and when i install the drivers i get these errors.
AMD Display DriverFinal Status: Fail
Version of Item: 9.012.0.0000
Size: 90 Mbytes

HDMI Audio DriverFinal Status: Fail
Version of Item: 7.12.0.7712
Size: 1 Mbytes

was looking through the net but having a hard time getting a solution.

tried to uninstall it on device manager but it didn't work, it didn't detect it anymore even when i tried to install the drivers.

edit: using windows 7 btw msi x79a gd65 8d. I tried resitting the gpu and cleaned the pci-e slot while I'm at it.
February 1, 2013 5:35:52 AM

sorry for double post but it's amazing with 33 views and 0 reply.

still the same thing. was looking through google and some fix came out but it didn't work. anyone else got any info?????????

tested all these drivers.


this is what's showing on device manager.


system, used.



so far I've never experienced this on my other system and even when i placed other gpu there like the 560ti 580 570, 7970, 7950 7750. seems just something wrong with that so I was thinking of fixing it.

anyone else got any way to fix this?
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February 1, 2013 6:00:49 AM

If the "device manager" picture is correct then it looks like you might have pooched the registry....
But not 100% sure...
You can try a restore to before you did all that...and see if you can get back to normal...
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February 1, 2013 6:04:01 AM

well the last 3 restore I had was just today, this happened on jan 29. been searching around for ways to fix it. and wasn't able to save a restore point before this happened.


still got no fix yet as of now TT_____TT

9:11pm gmt+8 still no fix yet TT_____TT :fou: 
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May 4, 2013 4:35:30 PM

Tavo_Nova said:
well the last 3 restore I had was just today, this happened on jan 29. been searching around for ways to fix it. and wasn't able to save a restore point before this happened.


still got no fix yet as of now TT_____TT

9:11pm gmt+8 stillno fix yet TT_____TT :fou: 


Hi, I know it's been a while but did you figure it out? Had the same prob last night, after booting up a previously fine pc. Removed the card (HD 7750), used the AMD cleaner tool, used ccleaner, reinstalled card and tried to reinstall drivers. No go, card not even in device manager. Swapped card for a GTX 550 Ti to test PCI, all good. Did a second registry clean, swapped cards again. Now it was all good. Installed drivers and the whole system is running on HDTV through HDMI again. Weird, eh?

All bad again next day. Really messed up registry. Only solution: backup, wipe, fresh install :-(

Cheers,
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