Maybe try uninstalling CCC, use Ccleaner and Autoruns to delete AMD reg entries. Try install again, hope this helps.
From what you have described it sounds as if you could have a corrupt file on your system, or perhaps sone failing hardware. If you computer is in anyway overclocked, please put it back to stock. I would also recommend checking your system memory using Memtest to see if any errors are received.
Another cause of the problem could be the upgrade of Windows 10, perhaps you will need to consider a fresh installation to remove older Windows files from your old installation which could be causing these issues.
I will walk you through a fresh installation which will hopefully resolve the issue. If it does not, i would recommend the steps i mentioned above.
Please uninstall all AMD Drivers, including chipset drivers using the following guide. http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/GPU57RemoveOldGraphicsDrivers.aspx
After all AMD drivers are uninstalled from your system, please scan and repair your Windows install for any errors or corrupt files, which could be causing issues.
To do this on Windows 10, simply follow the guide in the link.
Once that scan is complete, please head to Windows Update and ensure you’re checking for and installing all available updates, including non-critical and recommended updates. You may have to restart your computer several times and check for new updates upon reboot of your computer before it’s fully up to date. It’s crucial to have all the available Microsoft Net Framework packages and service packs installed to use the Catalyst Control Center. Once Windows confirms there are no more updates available, you can move on to the next part below.
As soon as you’ve completed the scan for any corrupt files and you’ve fully updated your Operating system and restarted your pc, the next phase is to download The AMD Cleanup Utility. Please follow the instructions to download and run the Clean Up Utility at the following link. http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/AMD-Clean-Uninstall-Utility.aspx
The next step is to download and install the display drivers for your graphics card.
Step 1> Go to http://support.amd.com/en-us/download
Step 2> Scroll down to manually select your driver
Step 3> Select Desktop Graphics
Step 4> Select Your Graphics Card Family from the list
Step 5> Select Your Specific Graphics Card
Step 6> Select your Operating System
Step 7> Click Display results
Please install our Graphics Drivers following this guide.
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thank you amdmatt
i dont have time right now but i'll def try later when i do have time, to follow some of your advice....thanks for your and others' replies.