1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 24, 2015 4:27 PM by deylath

    "no amd graphics driver installed" - Error for every driver

    deylath

      Specs:

       

      -  CPU:   AMD Phenom II X4 Black Edition 955, 3200 MHz

      - Motherboard: Asus M4A88TD-M Evo

      - GPU: Sapphire HD7850 2GB GDDR5  -not OC version-   - Have no idea about the product number unfortunetely.

      - OS: Windows 8.1 64 bit

       

      Right now i have 14.12 and the only reason why my system is stable, because i have pre Windows update restore point. Whenever reboot happens after driver installation this welcomes me: http://imgur.com/9qJKUoR

       

      I tried reinstalling 14.12, even that doesnt work. I tried 15.7.1, 15.11.1  and 15.12. All of them give the same error. This screen also happens pre Crimson drivers:  http://imgur.com/WrDPM53 . Reportlog for that is here: http://pastebin.com/NXwkT1GJ   where the lastline translates to: "Driver Installation: The given parameter is invalid"

       

      What i tried:

       

      - Tried uninstalling via safe mode + DDU

      - Tried uninstalling with AMD Clean Uninstall Utility

      - Tried installing before drivers Windows updates, except KB 3004394

      - I made sure i downloaded the proper crimson drivers

       

      What i didnt try:

       

      - Fresh Windows install. This is not an option, since i cant clone my system, for the moment if even that doesnt work.

        • Re: "no amd graphics driver installed" - Error for every driver
          deylath

          Okay i found the solution. Maybe my onboard graphics was the sole reason, maybe not, but here are the things i went through for anyone wandering here:

           

          - I had a corruption ( Amd64\CNBJ2530.DPB ), which can be detected by and repaired on this site . If you the corruption exists, then on this very same site ( open a new topic, dont write to this one ), you can ask around how to get rid of it.

          - Avoid installing Windows Update
          KB3004394 at all costs. If its installed get rid of it.

          - Disable any onboard graphics cards in Bios ( this was the ultimate solution for me / meaning it was the last thing i fixed )

          - You need the latest Net Frameworks, possibly from Windows Update

          - Use DDU in safe mode to get rid of the last driver, then reboot into to normal mode and disable any anti virus program + firewall while you install the driver