Just upgraded to Win 10 Pro 64-bit and installed Catalyst 15.7.1 driver for my HD6950. Catalyst install was fine with no problems or errors, but Control Center appears to be missing. Any help from the community is appreciated. Thanks!
Reinstall the driver and do not forget the chipset driver either
Thanks for the response. Unfortunately this does not work. I'm not sure I understand the chipset driver install. It just tries to install all of the same software the driver package already installed, so it doesn't do anything except say each component is already present and it quits without doing anything. I have now done 3 uninstall/download/reinstalls and I keep getting the same result. Although the log indicates the Control Center was installed successfully, it does not appear anywhere it should. I also don't see it running in the Task Manager, or in Services, so I'm assuming it's not even starting up on the post-install reboot. Help!
Additional system info: ASUS Z97-A System Board, Intel i5 4690K CPU, 8GB RAM, Sapphire Radeon HD6950 Graphics Card, HDMI connection for video and sound. Pretty much everything works except the Catalyst Control Center.
check with Intel for additional drivers, you can also update drivers from the device manager
Thanks for the assist. Followed directions for the clean uninstall and reinstall, but did not work. In fact, it made things worse. Instead of completing without the Control Center, the install now stops when it gets to the driver portion of the install process. I get a message saying the Install Manager has stopped. Only the Install Manager has been installed at this point. There's no driver and no Control Center - SO frustrating! I don't know what else I can do at this point. Am I the only one having this issue?
You did disable all your anti-virus/malware/firewalls didn't you? That must be done when downloading and when installing the driver suite.
Yes. Everything was turned off for the downloads and the installs.
SOLVED - "out-of-the-box" Group Policies in Win 10 Pro Upgrade for Device/Driver Installations needed to be Enabled. Installs were failing because the driver couldn't be installed. Figured this out by trying to install the driver manually. Windows indicated that System Policies did not allow the installation of devices or drivers ( by anyone, apparently, since I'm the Administrator on my own machine...LOL).
Thanks again for all of the help. Even though it did not lead to a direct resolution, I learned a lot.
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