Hi, I use Laptop: HP Pavilion DV 6 - 6019 TX. OS: Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit (Already Upgraded from Windows 8.1 Pro 64 Bit). VGA: - AMD Radeon 6770m - Intel HD 3000 Now, the graphic was error, each after booting, the windows logo appears then to black screen (can't get the desktop). In device manager - display adapters, only AMD problem (Microsoft Basic Display Adapter), then I uninstall the driver to be able to install AMD drivers. I tried with '14-4-mobility-win7-Win8-win8.1-64-dd-ccc-WHQL', it is said that the last AMD drivers, but when at the end of install, it said failed to complete.
6 After these steps, you should see ATI Radeon 3000 Graphics device in Windows peripheral manager. 220.127.116.1100 6. Bose Qc35 Driver Windows 10. 14.10.394 8.690.0.0000. Filesize: 178.19 MB. This display vga_driver_ati_xp_8.69.exe file belongs to this categories: Display, Hidclass, Media, and has a. Windows 10 (10.0) 64 bit.
I also update driver Intel HD 3000 from this ' '. Well, link it's correct now. Resume: If you have windows 8 or 8.1 (x64) with AMD 6770m and Intel HD 3000 then: 1. Disable install automatically drivers from Microsoft:, method 1 2.
In Control Panel, Programs and Features, uninstall all AMD and Intel video controllers 3. In Control Panel, Device Manager, uninstall display adapters for both and select Delete the driver software for this device, view. Install HP drivers: sp59850.exe for AMD and Intel. Install last Intel drivers: win64_152822.exe Restart 6. Install last AMD drivers: 14-4-mobility-win7-win8-win8.1-64-dd-ccc-whql, restart 7. In Catalyst, preferences, advanced view 8.
Enable install automatically drivers from Microsoft (1.) 9. All work: mode dynamic, mode fixed, etc.
I install initially with Bios in dynamic mode 2. If you have win8x32, i don't know.
Our pc's are different in processor: you have ' 2nd Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile Processor (Spring 2011)' and me it's ' 2nd Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile Processor (Fall 2011)'. My AMD have 2GB and your AMD have 1GB. But both have HD3000. In theory, it's not it's problem. You have other options: 1. Review bios update F.1B ( Addionally, review if you have dynamic and fixed options, and select dynamic previous install 2.