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The following AMD APU products with AMD Radeon™ Graphics support up to WDDM 1.2 and DirectX® 11 on Windows 10:
- AMD A4/A6/A8-3000 Series APUs
- AMD E2-2000 APU
- AMD E1/E2-1000 Series APUs
- AMD E-200/300/400 Series APUs
- AMD C-Series APUs
- AMD Z-Series APUs
NOTE: These APU products must be installed only using the display driver version available via Windows Update. If you have upgraded to Windows® 10, please DO NOT install the AMD Catalyst™ Driver. Instead, enable Windows Update and allow it to detect and install the appropriate driver. If you have already upgraded to Windows® 10 and installed the AMD Catalyst™ Driver, please follow the steps listed below to resolve this issu
- Uninstall the AMD Catalyst™ Driver using the Program and Features option in the Control Pane
- Reboot the system
- Use Windows Update to install the appropriate graphics driver for the APU.
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Yeah pretty much as kingfish said. AMD aren't releasing standalone drivers for the C-Series on Windows 10. You only get stock Windows Update drivers. Sadly I don't think there's any more driver modding but you can try to Google AMD driver modding for Windows 10 and see if there's still some mods but last I saw was a 15.7 driver which is a bit old... otherwise? If none of this suits your needs? You could always reinstall Windows 7 or whatever that notebook came with and disable Windows 10 upgrade.
Thanks Kingfish for your reply which was really helpful. Well, I have been using windows update to get the appropriate driver updates from the very beginning of using Windows 10.
But a problem is still occurring regarding LAN connectivity. I didn't get any driver for WLAN which was previously included with AMD's packages. As a result, I can't connect my notebook to internet through broadband using LAN port. I have to depend on Wi Fi and usable dongles only to connect it to the internet.
Do you have any idea how can I active my LAN port?
Thanks again for helping me.
Hmm, looks like the Aspire One AO722 uses an Atheros Network Interface card for Ethernet connectivity. What I would recommend to get the exact model number of your missing driver is to use Halfdone's Unknown Devices to try and fix the exact model number and either try Gooling a Windows 10 driver or post the model number of that NIC on here so we can try and help you locate one.
Otherwise? You can also try Acer's website and try installing Windows 8.1 drivers and see if they work on Windows 10 for you.