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This graphics chip is OEM only and there are many different versions. Since the laptop is new, you should use the drivers furnished by HP.
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As kingfish has mentioned above it is best to use the graphics driver provided by HP, particularly because you have switchable graphics. HP has provided a driver for your model that includes the drivers for both GPU's including any special bits that HP has created to support the switchable function. Once installed you can use the AMD driver to specify which GPU does what function for each application, High Power being the AMD GPU, and low power being the Intel built-in. In some switchable cases there is an option to set the global GPU as the High-Power/AMD option, and it will use that for all 3D acceleration tasks. Consult your manual, or HP support for more details on this feature for your particular model. Also ensure that your power plan is set to "high-performance" as in some models having it set to balanced or low-power will completely disable the discrete GPU in some cases, even when specified operations are set through the switchable graphics control panel.
The drivers in question can be found below:
The full description for this download including instructions can be found here:
The source page for these files is at: https://support.hp.com/za-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-15-bs000-laptop-pc/15551412
Good luck, hopefully this gets you back on track.
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