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Issue with ati driver 12.6 in windows 8

  1. #1


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    Windows xp, 7 and 8

    Issue with ati driver 12.6 in windows 8


    Hi.

    In w8 64bits, amd 4870x2 and 12.6 ati drive I have a issue.

    After instals the drive above in w8, when I tray open ccc.exe in system tray icon, this icon disapears for fee seconds came again in system tray and finaly open the ccc menu.
    Only when do this, if I shutdown the computer or restart, I have a hang up in shutdown with a image of this link Shutdown Error: app is preventing shutdown - .NET-broadcastEventWindow.4.0.0.0.282af8c.0.

    Thanks in advance.
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  2. #2


    Never been to Heaven......
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    Dual Boot: Back to W7 and Ubuntu 12.04


    CCC gave me fits to when I did the upgrade. I went through uninstalled the CCC and driver, rebooted and then folowed this tutorial to get everything reinstalled:

    Windows 8 Tutorial: Install ATI Radeon HD 2000, 3000, and 4000 series drivers with OpenGL - YouTube

    Have not had a problem since. Not sure what card you have, but I have an ATI HD 4350 and like I said it worked. I was getting error upon error trying to just install from the EXE untill I did it this way...

    Geeve
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  3. #3


    Posts : 9
    Windows xp, 7 and 8


    Hi, Geeve420; thanks for your fast reply.

    Ok, but the problem its the CCC.exe (Catalyst control center) where i can configure 3d application sets for gaming, not the drive.
    In the video above the man only install the drive; where CCC.exe for configure?

    Sunshine for you and thanks again.
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  4. #4


    Never been to Heaven......
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    I will have to double check when I get home, but I believe it pulled the ccc as well doing it that way.
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    Dual Boot: Back to W7 and Ubuntu 12.04


    When I look I have the CCC in my tray, so I am going to assume it did that as well as the driver install.
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    Windows xp, 7 and 8


    Thanks Geeve420! I will give a try tomorrow!
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  7. #7


    Never been to Heaven......
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    Dual Boot: Back to W7 and Ubuntu 12.04


    no problem! let us know how it works for you

    Geeve
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  8. #8


    Posts : 9
    Windows xp, 7 and 8


    Hello again.

    As I had said it installing the drive and not the CCC.exe.

    Thanks.
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  9. #9


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    Windows 8


    Not sure if this applies to your problem but I had this show up on shut down;
    “.NET-BroadcastEventWindow.4.0.0.0.282af8c.0:ccc.exe”
    I cured it by doing the following;

    CCC Exe or CCC Manager not running correctly in older Radeon drivers on Windows 8

    “.NET-BroadcastEventWindow.4.0.0.0.282af8c.0:ccc.exe” may show at shutdown.

    First check if a newer driver is available remembering that AMD have said that they will NOT be updating all drivers to Win 8.
    If new drivers are available, then install them!

    If no updated driver available then go to Task Manager and look in “Processes”, “Start-up” or “Services” for “CCC manager”, when you find it, right click it and click on “Compatibility” tab and set to “Run In Windows 7 Compatibility Mode”. Restart and all should be OK.
    This saves having to remove or disable it (disabling also stops this issue but I don’t know what, if any other performance implications there may be).
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  10. #10


    The latest driver for your 4870 is 13.1 found here....AMD Catalyst

    I see you have 2 of those, are you running them in crossfire using the bridge to connect the two cards?

    There also seems to be a place in the CCC to enable crossfire when you have 2 or more cards connected. Have you enabled it?
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