Can someone PLEASE HELP ME! The newest driver upgrade does not allow me to link both graphics cards for CrossfireX. In fact, there are no settings for Crossfire at all. It displays my secondary card as 'Disabled'. PLEASE HELP ME!
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Describe your system:
•AMD Graphics Card
◦Two (2) HIS Radeon HD7750 cards at 1GB each
•Desktop or Laptop System
◦Home built desktop
◦Windows 10 64bit
•Driver version installed
◦Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.10.3
◦ViewSonic VX2739, 1ms response time, 60Hz, HDMI
◦AMD Phenom II X4 965
•Power Supply Unit Make, Model & Wattage
◦Diablotek - PSUL775 - 775W
Clean Install AMD Graphics Drivers
Correct drivers > Desktop
Prevent Microsoft from automatically reinstalling drivers > Windows 10 Forums
Empty the folder C:/AMD of all previous drivers
I have done a clean install with removing all files and folders since version '15.11.1-Beta-64Bit-Win10'. In fact, that is the only version that will work that has the setting for Crossfire that allows me to link both cards. Any version after that does not give me settings for CrossfireX at all. Every version after 15.11.1 has always showed me both of my cards with the exception that the secondary card is always 'disabled'. I would keep version 15.11.1 except that it is no longer compatible with the latest updates for Microsoft Windows 10 OS.
I literally just did another fresh sweep of all drivers, files and folders in 'Safe Mode'. I downloaded and installed a fresh version of 16.10.3 and to no avail there are still no controls or setting whatsoever for CrossfireX. It does still display both of my cards with the secondary being 'Disabled'. What do I do now???
Did you give up on me?
Are you there? Is that all you're going to tell me is to do a clean install of the latest driver and in your mind you've fixed my problem? I need AMD's help with a problem that is still present and accounted for, what are you going to do for me?
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