I have a notebook Dell with Graphics Chipset AMD Radeon r7 m260. I use the Catalyst Control Center 15.4 Beta, but it hasnt all the menus, like desktop management for example, even in advanced view. Someone knows what to do?
Thats is how my AMD CCC looks like
What is the exact model of your laptop? Do you have switchable graphics? In device manager do you have any yellow marks? When you click on 'software' in CCC..what version does it say? Why do you have surface format optimization enabled and tessellation @ amd optimized?
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 series. Yes, I do have the switchable graphics. None yellow marks in device manager. On 'software' in CCC says 15.4 catalyst version. About the surface and tesselation the CCC just came this way.
Ok...there are several Inspiron 15 5000 series laptops. All have different configurations, but they all seem to have a Intel processor, So....
Your laptop is equipped with switchable graphics. In order to update the AMD driver, the Intel graphics must be the current version. Go to this Intel link, and manually find the latest graphics driver for your laptop as pictured. Download and save it to your desktop. If you don't know what version of Intel graphics you have, look in device manager.
Download these AMD drivers to your desktop.
For Windows 8.1 or Windows 7
Now use the clean install method to remove all Intel graphics and AMD graphics from your computer,
Then install the Intel drivers first and lastly the AMD drivers.
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In wich order should I do that unninstaling so that I dont get a black screen by not having any drivers installed?
Intel then AMD. You won't have a black screen..don't worry. Follow the clean install tut. Have the new drivers already on your desktop. Make a system restore point if you want.
I did exactly how the tutorial says and I still dont got the other menu options, what should I do?
What is really strange is that most of the time the items that are not installed..are the ones you have, ie, gaming, power, and CCC. Maybe the beta drivers are not for you. Did you have all the options before you tried to update? Try the whql 14.12.
I never had the other options, neither when I used 14.12.
Well that changes things a bit. You indicated the 15.4 drivers didn't have them..not that you have never had them. Go to Dell's web support site..find the drivers and updates for your model (or let Dell auto detect it) and install their drivers for your model. Also check for any bios up dates.
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already updated, no change.
but thank you for the help.
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