What is the EXACT Make and Model of your Laptop?
What APU and Discrete GPU is installed?
I have a HP Pavilion Notebook L9L75LA / AMD A10-8700P Radeon R6, 10 Compute Cores 4C+6G
When I googled your laptop model it comes out as a HP Pavilion Notebook 15-AB111LA. If this is your laptop, I see that there is a fairly new BIOS from May,2017. That you may want to upgrade. HP Software and Driver Downloads for HP Printers, Laptops, Desktops and More | HP® Customer Support
HP Notebook System BIOS Update (AMD Processors)
Since you restored your laptop, I would download the latest HP Chipset and AMD Graphics driver and reinstall it from HP Support. If everything is working correctly with the HP drivers I would stay with them. Otherwise, even though the HP drivers are working correctly, you can try and download the generic AMD laptop drivers from AMD Support and see if there is any improvement or if it is working correctly or better than the customized AMD drivers from HP.
Here is the AMD generic graphic driver for your Laptop: APU
Also you may want to prevent Windows 10 from installing drivers through Windows Update.
This is the Laptop Specs concerning what GPU you probably should have:Product Name
1.8GHz up to 3.2gHz AMD Quad-Core A10-8700P APU
2MB L2 Cache
12GB DDR3L SDRAM (2 DIMM)
AMD Radeon R7 M360 Graphics with 2048MB DDR3 and up to 6912MB total graphics memory
This is the answer that one of the main Moderator's of AMD Forum gave to another poster concerning the same issue that you are having.
Re: AMD Radeon Software detects an update for my gpu but after updating I get installed a different hardware
Graphics cards in laptop computers are customized by the manufacturer to meet their specific design requirements,.
AMD provided reference drivers for laptop products that use a generic Device ID. This has no impact on performance,
If you want the GPU to appears exactly as specified by the manufacturer, you will need to use drivers provided by the laptop manufacturer.