Is this your laptop model?
Although your graphics card has support and drivers for Windows 10, your laptop does not have any Windows 10 drivers available via the HP website, so you may find that it does not perform as expected.
What AMD driver are you currently using?
thx for your reply. Yes, that's my laptop.
As I pointed out I managed to kill my laptop screen so I can't see anything anymore :/
Nevertheless first I used the windows driver, the device was detected as Radeon Mobile 5000er series. Then I tried the one I got from your legacy support page. The regular driver didn't do anything and the Crimson beta finally killed the device screen.
I read that there might be Win8 drivers available and they are supposed to work on Win10. Could you provide a link for me? Would be awesome
Thx and best regards
IF your computer is fully updated through Windows Update...including the relevant 'optional' updates such as .netframeworks and C++...then install the Intel graphics update first, reboot and install the AMD drivers and chipset drivers from the support site here > HP Software and Driver Downloads for HP Printers, Laptops, Desktops and More | HP® Customer Support
Thanks a lot guys!
As I said I installed the crimson driver, which killed my screen. I let the laptop be for a week and now turned it on again (I guess irrelevant but still: on battery, not power cable) and - tadaaa - screen is back. And HDMI is working as well.
Honestly, I have no idea what or why this happened. Just glad I can use the laptop again