First, make sure that the chipset drivers are installed and up to date.
Then, take a few minutes to check for windows corruption. Open up Command Prompt console with administrator rights (right click on windows start button), type sfc/scannow and press enter.
Reboot if prompted.
Now try this:
-Disconnect internet. [you don't want windows update to interfere]
-Try from device manager and uninstall driver & software for your display adapter. Hit the "scan for hardware changes" button located on the top section of the main window. If windows finds and installs a catalyst driver/ software, repeat the previous process, until you are left ONLY with the basic microsoft vga driver.
-Boot into safe mode and use DDU for AMD. Let it clean and reboot normally.
-Upon reboot, go to these locations:
1. C:\ and look for "AMD" folder
2. C:\Program Files\AMD
3. C:\Program Files (x86)\AMD
4. C:\ProgramData\ATI (hidden folder, so press the "view" tab on any open window and check "hidden")
5. C:\Users\"your user name"\AppData\Local\AMD
6. C:\Users\"your user name"\AppData\Local\ATI
7. C:\Users\"your user name"\AppData\Roaming\AMD
8. C:\Users\"your user name"\AppData\Roaming\ATI
Delete all folders with the "AMD" "ATI" names, if they still exist.
-Use ccleaner (cleaner & registry tabs)
-Click on "Run" (right click start menu button) and type %temp% . A window will open, and you must delete ALL files/ folders inside (don't worry, this is only a folder that temporary keeps files)
-Express Install the latest 15.11 beta driver from this link (make sure you download this, before disconnecting the internet):
Make sure you run the installer with administrator rights.
Let it finish and reboot ONLY when prompted by the installer
-Upon reboot, you can now reconnect to the internet.
If this fails, then something else is wrong.