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R7 M440 driver

Question asked by alessand on Jan 7, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 8, 2017 by kingfish


I've recently bought a new notebook (HP 15-ba011nl) and I have 2 graphic cards: AMD R5 (integrated) and R7 M440 (dedicated).

Actually, my dedicated card is not working. I've downloaded the most recent driver from the site Crimson 16.12.2 but it looks like my R5 is the only one working. Indeed, if I deactivate the r5 card I can't even open crimson because a popup says that I've no amd graphic cards working or detected.

Still, in windows I can see it's installed even if it's called R7 M340.

What should I do? How can make it work?

I've read somewhere to download the APU driver from AMD, but I can't see any choice useful for my product.



EDIT: It might be useful, maybe: my processor is amd as well. (AMD A10-9600P Radeon R5)