I’m not aware of any methods to do what you are suggesting. This thread is locked. This site in other languages x. How did you update your graphics card? Tried your options here but no good also. AMD cannot possibly keep up with and support all of the thousands and thousands of different notebook platforms that have their own customizations. My computer still only recognizes the Intel HD Graphics on my pc, even though i have the Radeon m.
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AMD Radeon HD M Series doesn’t work in Windows 8 – Microsoft Community
Didn’t find what you were looking for? I tried to install the original driver that i had what happened is that windows 8 crashed initially. I can imagine the inconvenience you have experienced.
Do you have it?
Try the latest driver from the link above, or wait until the final release of Win8. Message 4 of 7.
AMD Radeon HD 7400M Series drivers for Windows 8.1 x64
Or perhaps you can find your machine’s specifications for us. What is the make and model of the computer?
I’m not aware of any methods to do what you are suggesting. Robert Aldwinckle on forums Replied on February 5, Or at least an update please.
AMD/ATI driver for Radeon HD M Series Windows 8 (64bit)
By the way my notebook is msi model: Did you make a typo? Why are you replying to my post this way? Driver has been installed by windows 8 itself but it has an exclamation point indicating that its not compatible and not working.
So how to widnows it?? But when Windows 8 was installed, the app checked for compatibility and reported nothing on the graphics card.
Ame Satria Created on December 23, In reply to Robert Aldwinckle on forums’s post on February 5, Otherwise some have reported getting something that works by using the latest beta version of AMD’s Catalyst Control Center.
Petnel Replied on February 3, Mahesh Babu G Replied on December 24, This is kind of a loaded question, but basically it’s because the GPUs are modified to suit HP’s strict thermal, performance, and integration requirements. In reply to Francis Anand’s post on March 10, Did this solve your problem? Why not this one? Please follow the below methods and check the issue: Francis Anand Replied on March 10,