Yes, no other graphic chip, just integrated R5
Ok i will try, thx for info
If this doesn't solve your problem, then install the drivers furnished by the laptop manufacturer:
AMD recommends using the graphics drivers provided by your notebook's manufacturer as the manufacturer has customized the drivers to support the built-in display and the features and functions specific to the notebook. Customized graphics drivers are available for download from most notebook manufacturer's web site.
If the current operating system is not the version originally installed on the notebook it may not meet all requirements and compatible graphics drivers may not be available. Please refer to the notebook manufacturer for supported operating systems and drivers.
AMD Mobility Radeon™ Graphics Driver:
AMD provides a generic reference driver for AMD Mobility Radeon graphics with limited support for notebook specific features and functions. This is not intended to be used as a replacement for the notebook manufacturer's driver.
List of Major Notebook Manufacturers and Corresponding Support Web Sites
- Acer: support.acer.com
- Alienware: support.alienware.com
- Apple: www.apple.com/support
- ASUS: support.asus.com
- BenQ: benq.us/support
- Dell: support.dell.com
- eMachines: support.gateway.com
- Falcon Northwest: www.falcon-nw.com
- Fujitsu: support.ts.fujitsu.com
- Gateway: support.gateway.com
- HP: hp.com/support
- Lenovo: support.lenovo.com
- LG: lge.com/us/support
- Medion: www.medionusa.com
- MSI: msi.com/service/download
- Panasonic: panasonic.com
- Samsung: samsung.com/us/support
- Sony: epsupport.sony.com
- Toshiba: www.csd.toshiba.com
Yes high performance
Reading the Post, can you post your Laptop's Make and Model? Seems like most Laptops come with a discrete Graphics installed besides the integrated graphics from the APU.