Ok, let me pose this question then... as I'm not entirely familiar with what this Leshcat business is all about. Does it control the switchable graphics on its own, i.e. without the need of CCC? Or does it take the place of the actual Intel and AMD display drivers?
Currently my issue is that both of my display adapters work TOO well... i.e. that they both seemingly are on at the same time. If I can actually install the Catalyst Control Center executable then perhaps I'll be up and running. Otherwise something needs to handle the switching (or just turn one off permanently - would be fine by me).
No! The AMD Catalyst Control Center controls switching between your system's integrated and discrete GPU. Leshcat restores your ability to successfully install and use the Catalyst Control Center in a Windows 8 environment is all.
10-4, thanks for the clarification! That makes a lot more sense. For the time being I'm at least functional as it stands, even if not to perfection. I can deal with a phantom monitor for a bit. Might give it a few days and let the dust settle and then probably dive into Leshcat
After 4 days of endless screwing around to get to a point of stability, I'll hold onto that for just a bit
- Windows 8, maybe?