I have an ATI HD4650 running Win10. This card worked great until full release. I noticed the driver that was released in Jan 2015 was the last on that worked correctly. Can I get that driver somewhere here? Thanks for your time.
I found an answer in a few articles. First uninstall the latest driver for the 4650. Make sure to check the box to delete the driver. Allow it to change to basic display driver. I had to do this multiple time to get rid of the latest update. After changing to the basic driver, go to scan for hardware changes and allow it to find a driver online. Hopefully it will find the 1/13/15 driver 8.970.100.9001. This, at least for me, works great for the 4650. I get dual monitor support and good playback. I also found an article on how to prevent hardware updates from auto installing. I didn't get the authors name so this is not my research ...
To access this option, open the Control Panel by right-clicking the Start button and selecting Control Panel. Navigate to System and Security > System > Advanced system settings. Click the Hardware tab, click Device Installation Settings, and select the “No, let me choose what to do option. Select “Never install driver software from Windows Update.”
Hope this helps others.
Should that not work, you can try downloading legacy drivers for Windows 8.1 straight from AMD's download page (either version 13.1 or 13.4 beta). Launch the .exe file and it will decompress in c:\AMD\
Should the installer fail to work, you can manually update the driver from the device manager, choosing "look for drivers on my computer", then "select driver from a list", then "have disk" and browse to the AMD folder until you find the 32 or 64 bit driver (it is an *.inf file) and your card should work as it did under your previous OS.
Works for me on a Mobility Radeon HD 4650!
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