I'd like to report a problem that occurred when I tried to install AMD display/OpenCL drivers in a new HP Pavilion running a Fusion processor.
Maybe this is not the most appropriate forum but we developers do update our drivers much more than the average user.
I wanted to try OpenCL code in the new computer ASAP so I tried to install all drivers right away without letting Windows Update modify the computer first.
Here is a detailed description:
1 - Get the computer out of the box, download latest display/OpenCL drivers;
2 - Attempt to install all drivers. They will either hang at some point or not run at all after the initial unzip screen;
3 - This is the strange part. Even after updating the OS the drivers won't install. I removed Catalyst and every driver and I still couldn't manage to get the drivers working properly.
Here's what worked to solve the problem:
1 - Factory restore (painful);
2 - Install all and every Windows update, which requires rebooting the computer several times;
3 - After certifying that everything is up-to-date, then install display drivers and OpenCL drivers (in this order).
This is of course a solved issue but it would have been quite unpleasant to restore my PC to factory condition if I already had personal files in it.
I hope this post can help you reproduce the issue. I was using a Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit with a Zacate APU.