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  1. Rip
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       #11

    Frank1 said:
    Some time ago, I downloaded a free app that will scan you system for out of date drivers. It did its scan and found a lot of drivers that were out of date--I don't remember how many but a lot. They would update them but, of course, for a price. I then went into Device Manager and selected those devices that were supposedly out of date. I clicked on ideate driver and not a one was out of date.
    I used an app before too and it changed it to 1024 and never let me change back to 1366
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  2. CountMike's Avatar
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       #12

    Rip said:

    This?
    Should have this:
    Driver Updates-ccc.jpg
    Between hidden icons on the Taskbar.
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  3. CountMike's Avatar
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       #13

    Frank1 said:
    Some time ago, I downloaded a free app that will scan you system for out of date drivers. It did its scan and found a lot of drivers that were out of date--I don't remember how many but a lot. They would update them but, of course, for a price. I then went into Device Manager and selected those devices that were supposedly out of date. I clicked on ideate driver and not a one was out of date.
    You mean something like this : Slimware Utilities - Download SlimDrivers FREE ?. It's pretty good free one but nothing beets original drivers found on MFG's sites.
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  4. Rip
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       #14

    CountMike said:
    Should have this:
    Driver Updates-ccc.jpg
    Between hidden icons on the Taskbar.
    When I open this a loading thing appears and doesn't open
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  5. CountMike's Avatar
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       #15

    Rip said:
    When I open this a loading thing appears and doesn't open
    Something is wrong with drivers than or they are too old.
    You can download this: GPU-Z Video card GPU Information Utility to find details about your GPU.
    This: Display Driver Uninstaller Download version 15.5.1.0 could be used in safe mode to clean up GPU drivers and let you install new drivers cleanly.
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  6. Rip
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       #16

    CountMike said:
    Something is wrong with drivers than or they are too old.
    You can download this: GPU-Z Video card GPU Information Utility to find details about your GPU.
    This: Display Driver Uninstaller Download version 15.5.1.0 could be used in safe mode to clean up GPU drivers and let you install new drivers cleanly.
    I will try it but it always opened I don't know what is the problem
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  7. CountMike's Avatar
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       #17

    Rip said:
    I will try it but it always opened I don't know what is the problem
    Trying to install several versions of drivers is usual cause.
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  8. Rip
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       #18

    Rip said:
    I will try it but it always opened I don't know what is the problem
    Here:
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  9. CountMike's Avatar
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       #19

    Oh, it's GPU built in the motherboard, they need somewhat different drivers than discrete GPUs. Did you try driver from here: AMD 760G Drivers Download for Windows 10, 8.1, 7, Vista, XP ?
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