Laptop Display Driver

Hi I am trying to update my laptop display driver this is the laptop
Toshiba satellite-pro-l670-189
It has a amd 5650 gpu
it seems that i can only download Toshiba's own drivers but there catalyst is on 11.1
BF3 is running like crap is there anyway where I can download a later driver or bypass there hacked drivers or what ever they do so you can only install there out of date turd
Thanks in advance its the misses machine and shes going crazy without her BF3
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  1. Hi,

    Download the latest AMD graphics drivers by filling in the form on this website: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Pages/index.aspx

    Then install them.
  2. Installing drivers in the normal fashion does not work it cancels the install half way through ive searched the web and apparently you can only install Toshiba drivers and there out of date BF3 needs newer drivers was wondering if there was a work around
  3. swindlehurst said:
    Installing drivers in the normal fashion does not work it cancels the install half way through ive searched the web and apparently you can only install Toshiba drivers and there out of date BF3 needs newer drivers was wondering if there was a work around


    Ah ok, well that's awful that they haven't updated their drivers for so long, seems many people are upset by this (quick google search)

    Apparently this driver worked for someone having the same issue, it's worth a shot: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/radeonmob_win7-64.aspx#1

    If that doesn't work then try contacting Toshiba technical support.
  4. no its not happening
    the version of your graphics adapter is not supported
    please contact your notebook manufacture for graphics driver update
    there has be be a way this is balony
  5. swindlehurst said:
    no its not happening
    the version of your graphics adapter is not supported
    please contact your notebook manufacture for graphics driver update
    there has be be a way this is balony


    Yeah I agree its mental, maybe someone else knows a work-around but in the mean time get onto to toshiba and demand support for the product you paid for. :pfff:
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