Just adding that the Radeon settings tab appeared to work just fine the first day
even though no settings were altered.
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What is the exact model and make of your Laptop? What Windows version is installed?
DDU is Display Driver Uninstaller. After uninstalling your current AMD Driver using Windows Uninstall then download DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) V18.104.22.168 Released. - Wagnardsoft Forum ) and run it in Safe mode. This will clean up all traces of the existing AMD driver that was left over from the Windows Uninstallation program. Delete C:\AMD folder in the Root Directory. If you don't, it will still have the current driver in there from the last installation. It is also important that your Windows is totally updated via Windows Update to be able to use the latest generic Laptop drivers from AMD Support.
It is always best to download all laptop drivers from it manufacturer's support website. They are customize to work best with your laptop's spec on Heat and Power usage. Also make sure you have the latest BIOS installed. The helps solve a lot of problems in the past.
By the Way, DDU is quite safe. It is recommended in both AMD and Nvidia Forums to uninstall current GPU drivers.
Note: I hate JIVE.