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Need to post your exact Make & Model of Laptop, CPU/APU, and both Internal and Discrete GPU card.
What version of Windows did your laptop come installed with when you first bought it. Did you upgrade to Windows 10 and what version of Windows 10? Normally, if the manufacturer of the Laptop doesn't have drivers for the Windows you have installed. It probably suggests that your Laptop may not be compatible to run Windows 10. You should contact Toshiba to be sure your laptop is advanced enough to run Windows 10.
Also when you download the AMD generic Laptop drivers and your laptop has a APU installed, you must download the drivers for the APU rather than for the GPU cards. The APU drivers will install drivers for the GPU. From AMD Forum: Laptop graphics update...How to and How to Configure Laptop Switchable Graphics (if applicable).
Make sure your Laptop has the latest BIOS and Chipset installed. Plus Windows is fully updated via Windows Update.
I found out the best way to prevent Windows Update from installing drivers is by changing the Group Policy. This will prevent any old drivers from being updated but you will still have the normal Windows Update for security and Options. you can google on how to change Group Policy for Windows Updating drivers.
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Its a Toshiba L50-B-2FT, and it is perfectly compatible with Windows 10. The toshiba website has drivers for Windows 10, just not display drivers.
It came with windows 8 but i have done a clean install of windows 10
It is not an APU, The CPU is intel
Everything else is up to date
I actually found the problem, The registry key that control drivers from windows update sets itself to 0 when replacing drivers (somehow). I set it to 3 and now there's no issues, but thanks for the tip, it was useful
What key is that out of interest?