Check the new Pci bus that is replacing the if 7/8 PCI Bus or Win-10 PCI ROOT Complex
If that bus isn't matching the actual driver package, currently it would say 16.60 for 16.60 ( 17.2.1) ReLive , then your bus didn't get installed or not compatiable, Same thing started happening to me on a trail run without internet or any update forced rolled backs, and I found that not only did it not upgrade the bus, but sometimes it just plain replaced the text, with no .inf installed OR found ....
You cant find it, its something newer to allow AMD hardware function properly, consider using the old 2006 Intel PCI Bus before updating your drivers and see if that clears it up.
Best of luck, I know my manufacture decided to not buy for any of the newer bus's past the out of box set, so, I feel your pain.
some people says my videocard died, someone says my hdd needs for replacing ((
how can i do it ? change uefi settings ?
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You didn't mention the OS. If Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you must fully update the OS first...before you attempt to install any AMD driver. If you have issues with updating Win7, read this fix > Windows will not update after a fresh install
After all is updated (that means Windows Update tells you there are no more updates) then follow this guide for Intel/AMD switchable graphics > Laptop graphics update...How to
Disable any anti-virus/anti-malware/ while installing the drivers.
Correct driver choices for your laptop >
Win10 64bit > Mobile
Win 8.1 64bit > Mobile
Win 7 64bit > Mobile
thanks for reply. first i tried wın 10 more than 3 times with usb clean installation. it wasnt worked everytime when i tried to update win 10 or amd graphics it was black screen. so i decided to try win 8,1 but still no luck. everytime black screen when updating. but in device manager it shows to graphics card amd radeon 8870m and intel card. i dont know how to fix it. i only watch movies right now ((
Sorry man, I have no experience / knowledge of Samsung gaming notebooks. Listed is ATIV Book 8, Gaming PC, and my search's lead me to Samsung . Best guess would to get ahold of there support hotline and knowledge base and see if there are known issues for upgrades to Win10.
Pre-Built for Windows 8 Live Tile interface, I would still consider heading to Win7 and giving the upgrade a shot and looking into 32bit driver support and see if you can find your own work arounds.
Really sounds like your going to have the same security must-have issues most people had with previous Win8 machines
win 8.1 now because win 10 not working at all about 3-4 minutes it gets black screen because it is automatically update drivers so it causes crash. i already did it disabled antivirus, made correct choice. i always took care my pc, about in 1,2 months i resetted it, always did it , and installed amd with this ways, everything was fine. my laptop for gaming usually i get resident evil 7 50 fps above, and other super games, i dont know why it happened when i play simple online game blackshot ) i am very in a deep now.
you are right bro, i always did the same, but main problem is i can't update my OS, while installing windows updates automatically screen gets black everytime, the main issue is.
Use this tool OneDrive
This is OneDrive link to the MS Win10 Update stop tool, if anything look at the name of it, DL the official one, but I think they pulled the tool from there website, if they did, use mine
Immediately after Re-Installing Win10, get Framework 3.5 from your Flash Drive using this command line:
DISM /Online /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:NetFx3 /All /LimitAccess /Source:d:\sources\sxs/
Replace the :d: drive with your correct plugged in drive letter. Next Update your MS VBC++ from 2005-2010. Stop at 2010.
A easier way to do this along with getting silverLight unstuck is use a VB-Express 2008 full library install. Connecting to WinUpdate after all that should allow the needed updates to download the essential components needed to run Win10 from older Win8 machines. using a newer Visiaul Basic Express like 2012 will NOT work for what your trying to do. Win10 seems to forget about what your machine ends up needing to download and just sends stuff.
Hope this helps
Oh, when typing in Dism space and cap lttering as shown, or it will not work. Dism seems to not like spacing or crunched wording for some reason copy/paste what I typed. Trying to type that back into CMD will probably take a good while before it goes through/
Also Enable 2 other missing features that are needed. Scroll down to Windows process Activation Service Check both
All needs to be down before going online.
Thought I would askif you found a way to solve the notebook. Let us know.
Also Recommended sfc/scannow ran through the admin task box seen in pic. Also se if you cant get the upgrade Assitant for 1607 Upgrade from 1511. I'm using the 1511-TH2 International version and the upgrade assistant does the rest the work. If you run out of options, try the 1511-TH2 upgrade to 1607 latest. There were some big changes and updates just might have gotten installed wrong.
If you gave up on Win10, disregard
Agreed. Although Win7 wont update, you should be able to install all the drivers onto the last SP1 released on DigitalRiver, which was removed but later re-added to download. You can still find a copy if you look, just check and match the Hash number and make sure its legit, or just through in your owned copy , doesn't have to be activated to re-upgrade to Win10, devices are tethered for life of the machine to your accounts
I'm using a duel 32 and 64 bit installer International that allows all options and pick which version you want to install for Win7.
I would suggest trying both 32 and 64 bit upgrade and if 32bit solves it, consider buying a 32bit licenses of Win10 from Microsoft for 89.99
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The problem there is, depending on your graphics card, there is no driver support for 32bit systems.
Radeon™ RX 400 Series
- Windows 10 (64-bit)
- Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
- Windows 7 (64-bit)
Radeon™ Pro Duo
mine is 64 bit.
OPERATING SYSTEM OS Windows 8 (64-bit) PROCESSOR CPU Intel® Core™ i7 Processor 3635QM Speed (GHz) 2.40 Turbo Boost (GHz) 3.40 Chipset Intel HM76 CPU Cache 6MB L3 CATEGORY Category ATIV Book 8, Gaming PC USAGE Usage Entertainment, High Performance, Gaming DESIGN Bare Metal (Silver) DISPLAY 15.6" Type LED Full HD Resolution 1920 x 1080 Yes (10 Point Capacitive) Aspect Ratio 16:9 Brightness 300nit SuperBright™ Technology SYSTEM MEMORY 8GB Memory Configuration 4GB x 2 (On Board) Memory Type DDR3 (1600MHz) Max. System Memory 16GB RAMaccelerator Yes STORAGE 1TB Storage Technology 5400RPM Storage Interface SATA2 GRAPHICS AMD Radeon™ HD 8770M Graphics External or Integrated External 1GB