If you have CPUZ you can check what chip-set you have. It may be an APU and thats why you aren't finding it. Here is a link to the A-series APU. Here is a link to drivers for a mobile Windows 7 64bit AMD A-Series APUs with Radeon™ R4, R5, R6, or R7 Graphics
I would check your chipset model first though. But I did find your video card drivers associated to this chipset.
Hope this help!
Hi thehunger69 ,
My HP laptop specifications are as in the link: HP Notebook - 15-ay104tx Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support
And here are some screenshots of related information needed:
Is it enough of information needed?
Tq in advance for your help.
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if you install the driver for the gpu directly from amd.com you probably will not be able to switch to the integrated gpu for power saving(eg you are on battery and only need to modify a document there is no need for a dedicated graphic card that will only drain more power),
you can anyway install the driver from amd.com but may encounter issues.
the manufacturer drivers are better in my opinion because can solve some issues on laptops(like power saving issues, brightness button issues etc...), i advice you to install the hp ones but they are only for win 10 because probably that laptop comes with windows 10 installed.