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Please post your laptop Make & Model plus the required AMD Forum information from here: INFORMATION REQUIRED WHEN POSTING A QUESTION
Then follow this instructions from AMD Forum about Switchable Graphics in a laptop: How to Configure Laptop Switchable Graphics
and how to download the latest correct driver from AMD Support for your APU: Laptop graphics update...How to
Best advice is to download all your drivers for your specific laptop through the Laptop's manufacturer's Support site.
Okay, I'm sorry. And sorry if I'm being stupid, here are some specs:
AMD Graphics Card - AMD Radeon (TM) R9 M385X
- AMD Radeon R7 (Integrated)
Desktop or Laptop System - DESKTOP-9DBN7I9 (Lenovo 80NY) (I'm not sure this is what I'm supposed to write here)
Operating System - Microsoft Windows 10 (build 16299), 64-bit
Driver version installed - 17.1.1 (I've tried a lot, maybe this is not the right one)
Motherboard + Bios Revision - Lenovo CECN48WW, 2016.08.25.
CPU/APU - AMD FX-8800P Radeon R7, 12 Compute Cores 4C+8G
RAM - 8.0 GB
(I've skipped the 'Display Devices', 'Power Supply Unit', cause I couldn't find em, and I'm not sure I wrote the correct thing to the BIOS point.)
I've done the How to configure the Switchable thing, but I think it didn't work. There was this link, I tried: http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/DH-017.aspx
My problem was the last part, cause:
It looks like there are two R7's, which is not true. But in the drivers (I've tried I think 3 versions), it saw my R9, but it was always secondary.
But okay, first things first I should make sure the correct driver is downloaded, so I followed the 3rd link you sent, is this correct? Please tell me if I f*cked up something.
My problem is I have R385X, but i couldn't find that, cause these are the options:
So this is the right driver for me right? If not please tell me, if yes I'm gonna remove the current ones and update the one it suggested. (Which is the 18.2.1 if I'm correct).
Thanks a lot and thanks for your time!
Didn't see that he had the APU listed. I went by the model number from Lenovo. Good thing you saw my error. Deleted my previous post as to not confuse the OPS.
First of all Windows 10 task-manager is wrong for everyone with APU and GPU , I don't know if its microsoft's or AMD's fault
I have R6 and R5 M335 and taskbar shows that I have 2 (R6) , don't care about what task-manager shows
Second , I had the same problem and I changed AMD radeon settings language from greek -> english and then it left me to choose high performance
try it ... look at this amd never respond ... Switchable graphics problem/bug with 17.12.1 and 18.2.1 same with 18.2.1 WHQL
Unfortunately I cannot change from power-saving to high performance or from high performance to power-saving with greek language of AMD radeon settings ...
English language solve the problem .... Its a bug ....
task-manager doesn't bother me