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  1. #141


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    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center © 2013 Version: 6.3.9600 Build 9600.16408

    Confusion


    Hey Guys,


    Is it me or is there way too much random information being disseminated in this particular thread? You guys are listing driver releases, but making no mention of exactly what GPU series the drivers are for. It might be a good idea to list a couple of known to be compatible systems on which the drivers actually worked. People are talking about driver packages that contain HydraVision as one of it component features.

    All this information is very useful to those users who actually know what they need, but not everyone who logs in to this site are computer experts. Give a guy a break and take the time to make your posts simple yet specific.


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  2. #142


    Covington, La
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    Windows 7 HP 64bit, Windows 8.1 Pro w/Media Center 64BIT


    As a general rule these new updates are for 5XXX and up as anything below that are called legacy drivers and are not updated very often as they are maxed out.

    Jim
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  3. #143


    Bay Area
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    Windows 7 Home Premium x64


    If you look at the links in the 1st post, they lay out just what is compatible. A Guy
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  4. #144


    VA USA
    Posts : 349
    W8.1up1 Pro x64 w/media center


    Quote Originally Posted by MKeezy View Post
    Hey Guys,


    Is it me or is there way too much random information being disseminated in this particular thread? You guys are listing driver releases, but making no mention of exactly what GPU series the drivers are for. It might be a good idea to list a couple of known to be compatible systems on which the drivers actually worked. People are talking about driver packages that contain HydraVision as one of it component features.

    All this information is very useful to those users who actually know what they need, but not everyone who logs in to this site are computer experts. Give a guy a break and take the time to make your posts simple yet specific.

    HY Homes

    I posted in the other thread that I installed the first one of these 13.11.9.4 on my HP dv7t-6c00 with the 7690m xt Radeon, one of them OEM non supported cards. It installed fine, I even updated the Intel driver (3347) which also said to use the "manufacturer" it also installed OK. Btw: I didn't un-install the old HP driver SP59850 either, I think that's the key to making these work.

    I just now installed this 13.11.9.5 over the existing one (no un-install) and its running OK. I will say that I had one glitch right after this one was done (I guess) installing cause the screen just went black, and I couldn't tell what the hell it wanted me to do, re boot or what, so I just turned the thing off and re started, well all went OK, its installed and running fine. No BSOD lol When I installed 13.11.9.4 it didn't do that, it gave me the usual screen and to re boot.

    So for this HP with this "non supported" 7690m xt its working. Oh btw, device manager now shows it as a 6700 series, gpu-z see's it as the 6770m, which I knew anyway as its just that at the core, more HP BS. All the usual spec's are still the same however.
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  5. #145


    Posts : 108
    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center © 2013 Version: 6.3.9600 Build 9600.16408


    Quote Originally Posted by HOODY View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MKeezy View Post
    Hey Guys,


    Is it me or is there way too much random information being disseminated in this particular thread? You guys are listing driver releases, but making no mention of exactly what GPU series the drivers are for. It might be a good idea to list a couple of known to be compatible systems on which the drivers actually worked. People are talking about driver packages that contain HydraVision as one of it component features.

    All this information is very useful to those users who actually know what they need, but not everyone who logs in to this site are computer experts. Give a guy a break and take the time to make your posts simple yet specific.

    HY Homes

    I posted in the other thread that I installed the first one of these 13.11.9.4 on my HP dv7t-6c00 with the 7690m xt Radeon, one of them OEM non supported cards. It installed fine, I even updated the Intel driver (3347) which also said to use the "manufacturer" it also installed OK. Btw: I didn't un-install the old HP driver SP59850 either, I think that's the key to making these work.

    I just now installed this 13.11.9.5 over the existing one (no un-install) and its running OK. I will say that I had one glitch right after this one was done (I guess) installing cause the screen just went black, and I couldn't tell what the hell it wanted me to do, re boot or what, so I just turned the thing off and re started, well all went OK, its installed and running fine. No BSOD lol When I installed 13.11.9.4 it didn't do that, it gave me the usual screen and to re boot.

    So for this HP with this "non supported" 7690m xt its working. Oh btw, device manager now shows it as a 6700 series, gpu-z see's it as the 6770m, which I knew anyway as its just that at the core, more HP BS. All the usual spec's are still the same however.

    What's Good Hoody,


    Here's the thing.... I have a DV6t - 6xxx 2nd Gen Quad Core I7, ET Notebook PC, w/ AMD/Intel HD 6490M graphics. I've got it working better than I could've hoped by using the older AMD_Catalyst_13.2_Beta7.

    Should I try to upgrade it again or just leave well enough alone. These latest are official releases, right?

    No watermarks, No issue with driver signing, etc....
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  6. #146


    VA USA
    Posts : 349
    W8.1up1 Pro x64 w/media center


    Quote Originally Posted by MKeezy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HOODY View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MKeezy View Post
    Hey Guys,


    Is it me or is there way too much random information being disseminated in this particular thread? You guys are listing driver releases, but making no mention of exactly what GPU series the drivers are for. It might be a good idea to list a couple of known to be compatible systems on which the drivers actually worked. People are talking about driver packages that contain HydraVision as one of it component features.

    All this information is very useful to those users who actually know what they need, but not everyone who logs in to this site are computer experts. Give a guy a break and take the time to make your posts simple yet specific.

    HY Homes

    I posted in the other thread that I installed the first one of these 13.11.9.4 on my HP dv7t-6c00 with the 7690m xt Radeon, one of them OEM non supported cards. It installed fine, I even updated the Intel driver (3347) which also said to use the "manufacturer" it also installed OK. Btw: I didn't un-install the old HP driver SP59850 either, I think that's the key to making these work.

    I just now installed this 13.11.9.5 over the existing one (no un-install) and its running OK. I will say that I had one glitch right after this one was done (I guess) installing cause the screen just went black, and I couldn't tell what the hell it wanted me to do, re boot or what, so I just turned the thing off and re started, well all went OK, its installed and running fine. No BSOD lol When I installed 13.11.9.4 it didn't do that, it gave me the usual screen and to re boot.

    So for this HP with this "non supported" 7690m xt its working. Oh btw, device manager now shows it as a 6700 series, gpu-z see's it as the 6770m, which I knew anyway as its just that at the core, more HP BS. All the usual spec's are still the same however.

    What's Good Hoody,


    Here's the thing.... I have a DV6t - 6xxx 2nd Gen Quad Core I7, ET Notebook PC, w/ AMD/Intel HD 6490M graphics. I've got it working better than I could've hoped by using the older AMD_Catalyst_13.2_Beta7.

    Should I try to upgrade it again or just leave well enough alone. These latest are official releases, right?

    No watermarks, No issue with driver signing, etc....
    Well upgrading is always in the eye of the beholder, I just decided to go ahead and try it myself even though the HP driver worked fine for me too, its just that the drivers were 2011and I wanted something newer to try.

    You know the deal, just do a full Image and go for it, if it doesn't work or you don't like what it does, just recover and keep movin, at least you'll satisfy your curiosity. You know that some systems just don't wana play well with non OEM drivers and some as in my case seem to be able to utilize them. Its just a crap shoot with this OEM crap.

    There's nothing out of the ordenary after installing this 13.11.9.5 "over" the last one on my system, no watermarks or Issues as far as I can see or tell. everything works as usual. Just that glitch during installing was all.If HP ever comes out with a newer driver I may try that as well again, at least now I know I can install these non OEM drivers too. Just know that I left the HP driver in tact myself, all I did was install, no uninstalling.

    HP dv7t-6c00, Quad Core 2670QM AMD 7690m xt (6770m) gpu, Intel 3000 apu.

    Drivers are working, . AMD CCC working.

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  7. #147


    Posts : 108
    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center © 2013 Version: 6.3.9600 Build 9600.16408

    13.11.9.4 ???


    Hello Everyone,

    Can anyone tell me if you're able to use WiDi after installing AMD 13.11 beta 9.4? I've tried several of these drivers and I always get the same result. My Wireless Display stops working. I've been using Intel WiDi version 4.3.3.0. Its the most recent version of the application that works with both Intel® WiDi and Miracast™.

    I read an earlier post by Alpha which suggested a possible workaround, which simply was to install an earlier version of the Intel Wireless ProSet and Intel WiDi version 3.0.13.0. But, here's the problem with that, I no long have my old Netgear WiDi PTV 2000 adapter anymore. It worked great with that particular wireless configuration. My new Netgear PTV 3000 isn't even recognized by that version of WiDi.

    I need a driver package that contains at least Intel(r) HD Graphics 3000 version 9.17.10.3223 to use my new Netgear PTV 3000 WiDi adapter with both WiDi and Miracast.

    Those of you who don't already know, Miracast is new wireless display technology being built into the latest smartphones and tablets hitting the market. It allows you to mirror whatever is on your devices display to TVs, projectors and anything else that has an open HDMI port on it. It was an upgrade for me to go from the old Netgear PTV 2000 to the new Netgear PTV 3000 Adapter. The only problem is... I can't use it while using my pc with its current graphics configuration.

    Oh yeah... There is another thing to note. Intel is note recognizing any of the Leshcast drivers as authentic, so it insists that I install authentic Intel drivers from their website to use Intel Wireless display. It says something about device has been modified and is not recognized.

    Someone...Anyone... Please, Help!!!
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  8. #148


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    Windows 8.1 Pro
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  9. #149


    Posts : 22,279
    64-bit Windows 10


    Thank you Richard. First post updated.
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  10. #150


    Posts : 22,279
    64-bit Windows 10


    New BETA 13.30 RC3 AMD video drivers available. See first post for more details.


    Supported Products:


    • AMD A10-7850K Desktop APU with AMD Radeon R7 Series graphics
    • AMD A10-7700K Desktop APU with AMD Radeon R5 Series graphics
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