Problem updating ati driver


22-Oct-2016 20:22

This driver provides 2D and 3D acceleration in your video hardware.

And about 1-2 seconds later, so did the rest of the computer. I want to install CCC, and I guess to do it, I need to select an older version, such as the one I was using before. I started playing Team Fortress 2 now that it's free to play. Told Windows to roll back the driver and got my resolution back, but I was still have the overheating shut-down problem. I then installed the new software package (the one that had previously caused the BSOD), and it installed no problems.The proprietary "AMD Catalyst Linux Graphics Driver" (aka fglrx) provides optimized hardware acceleration of Open GL applications via a direct-rendering X server.It is a binary-only Xorg driver requiring a Linux kernel module for its use.There are currently no graphics drivers installed for the card at all, but it's still working fine in 1080p on my HDTV connected to the card via HDMi cable.

Here's a picture to prove it: Before: After: (Notice, there's no Display Adapters section now) One thing that's noteworthy is there are no errors in the log when I'm installing the drivers, twice there was an error installing the HDMI Audio drivers, but other than that there are none. Update: I also have no control over the GPU in AMD Overdrive I solved the issue myself after a lot of testing.

I've tried everything, I've tried version 13.4 and version 13.5beta2 ( I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling using the Catalyst Install Manager.