Windows 10: ATI Radeon HD 4200 driver for 64-bit Windows 10? Solved

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  1.    11 May 2016 #41

    PhilGates said: View Post
    You need to uninstall your previous AMD Control centre (Remove everything) and restart your computer, and then install the windows 7/8 AMD legacy driver (AMD Catalyst 13.4 Legacy Driver) under compatibility mode windows 8 with administrative rights (Right click on setup and select compatibility mode Windows 8, place tick in Administrative rights), this will then give you partial Catalyst control centre. You then need to go to Device manager and manually force install the legacy display driver which did not install using setup. Double click on Ati display driver choose driver tab, select update driver, select 'browse my computer' for driver, then select 'Let me pick from list' click on have disk, and browse to your driver directory and select the driver inf file, this will then install the legacy driver correctly, and give you full functionality of the Legacy driver. This driver works fine with no issues detected so far, even the app market works fine.

    Hope this helps, all the best.




    Phill
    I just wanted to elaborate on this installation a bit. It did work. However for a semi unsavvy tech person it took me a difficult amount of time to get it to work. I have the AMD HD 4770 running dual monitors on Windows 10.

    The first step in the process is to download AMD CC 13.4 from the website located here:
    Legacy


    Once it is downloaded, you can just install the .exe file by the usual process without any compatibility mode process. It'll tell you that there is an error in the log at the end of installation. And the driver failed to install. That is completely OKAY.

    Next step is to proceed to your device manager. Look for "Display Adapter" and your graphics card model under it. Right click on the model and select update driver. Then you will select the options where you pick your own disk file (Browse my computer > Let me pick a list of devices... > Have Disk > Browse for the following folder: X:/AMD/AMD_catalyst_13.4 file/Packages/drivers/display/(This is where it gets tricky) .

    Tricky part: There should be approximately six .INF files in the two folders after .../display/. You will follow the process above and try all six files until you are able to change the resolution to the best setting (or when it automatically fixes the resolution).

    This completes the installation.

    Furthermore: I had issues getting both my monitors to display at 1920x1200. Only one monitor was able to do that. The other would only display it's highest at 1600x1200. Luckily, I've encountered this issue in the past and knew it had to do with my DVI to VGA adapter. I have a few spare so I tried them each out until one adapter gave me the 1920x1200 resolution. They cost a few bucks for a pack on Ebay. Make sure you're buying the right one.

    Hope this helps.
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  2.    07 Jun 2016 #42

    Jim4646 said: View Post
    I kept getting it to work after the mod and then finally went into Chrome settings and unchecked disable hardware acceleration box in advanced settings. All working fine now. Many thanks.
    I just upgraded from Win 8.1 to Win 10, and got the green screen video in FB. This Chrome tweak worked for me, too. Thank you.
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  3.    01 Aug 2016 #43

    rsx1212 said: View Post
    I just wanted to elaborate on this installation a bit. It did work. However for a semi unsavvy tech person it took me a difficult amount of time to get it to work. I have the AMD HD 4770 running dual monitors on Windows 10.

    The first step in the process is to download AMD CC 13.4 from the website located here:
    Legacy

    Once it is downloaded, you can just install the .exe file by the usual process without any compatibility mode process. It'll tell you that there is an error in the log at the end of installation. And the driver failed to install. That is completely OKAY.

    Next step is to proceed to your device manager. Look for "Display Adapter" and your graphics card model under it. Right click on the model and select update driver. Then you will select the options where you pick your own disk file (Browse my computer > Let me pick a list of devices... > Have Disk > Browse for the following folder: X:/AMD/AMD_catalyst_13.4 file/Packages/drivers/display/(This is where it gets tricky) .

    Tricky part: There should be approximately six .INF files in the two folders after .../display/. You will follow the process above and try all six files until you are able to change the resolution to the best setting (or when it automatically fixes the resolution).

    This completes the installation.

    Furthermore: I had issues getting both my monitors to display at 1920x1200. Only one monitor was able to do that. The other would only display it's highest at 1600x1200. Luckily, I've encountered this issue in the past and knew it had to do with my DVI to VGA adapter. I have a few spare so I tried them each out until one adapter gave me the 1920x1200 resolution. They cost a few bucks for a pack on Ebay. Make sure you're buying the right one.

    Hope this helps.


    When I try to manually install the older driver, instead of flickering, the screen goes black and never comes back. I also experience the black screen after every boot. The loading screen is shown with no problem, but then it turns black. I realized if I tap the power button once, suspending the computer, and turn it back on, the screen works again. But it sucks to suspend the PC everytime after freshly turning it on.

    Furthermore, my CCC does not work with neither driver (not with the one Windows automatically sets, nor with the one that comes with Catalyst 13.4).

    I've tried everything I've read on this matter; cleaned everything with DDU, installed manually from Device Manager, you name it. Nothing seems to fix the black screens and give me the CCC full control back. I'd appreciate any help.

    Edit: figured it wouldn't harm mentioning I just clean installed Windows 10, I'm using stock drivers for about everything and have an almost virgin registry.
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  4.    18 Aug 2016 #44

    I have a hd 4770 that works fine with Windows 10. My driver is 8.970.100.9001. I recently downloaded a game that tells me I need update to driver 15.30.1025.1001 from the Crimson Edition. I'm aware that AMD discontinued support for the 4770 in 2013. But apparently, some are using newer drivers successfully. I'm wondering if anyone has had success using the 15.30.1025.1001 driver.
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  5.    30 Jan 2017 #45

    I have the Radeon 4570 and the 13.4 Legacy Drive doesn't work. I found another solution that you don't have any prolems on your second screen: No blurring screen with black borders anymore! Just follow these instructions:

    1. Run regedit.exe

    2. Find "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video" or other 'CurrentControlSet' with 001.
    3. Make a backup REG-file (right click on the key tree and export)
    4. Find 0000, 0001, 0002 entries
    5. Change Values to:
    "TVEnableOverscan"=dword:00000000
    Find "DALR6 DFPI 2 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" entries
    1920x1080x0x60 = 1920 pixel horizontal; 1080 pixel vertical; 60 Herz (monitor frequenzy)
    Modify ALL "DALR6 DFPI 2 xxx..." values to "00" (there are some few not "00"s) [don't change the string length! - click edit, select non "00" push delete key and type 00]
    6. Restart PC (dont change Windows or CCC settings they can overwrite your new values)
    7. Have fun!
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  6.    02 Feb 2017 #46

    jesse1234 said: View Post
    I have the Radeon 4570 and the 13.4 Legacy Drive doesn't work. I found another solution that you don't have any prolems on your second screen: No blurring screen with black borders anymore! Just follow these instructions:

    1. Run regedit.exe

    2. Find "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video" or other 'CurrentControlSet' with 001.
    3. Make a backup REG-file (right click on the key tree and export)
    4. Find 0000, 0001, 0002 entries
    5. Change Values to:
    "TVEnableOverscan"=dword:00000000
    Find "DALR6 DFPI 2 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" entries
    1920x1080x0x60 = 1920 pixel horizontal; 1080 pixel vertical; 60 Herz (monitor frequenzy)
    Modify ALL "DALR6 DFPI 2 xxx..." values to "00" (there are some few not "00"s) [don't change the string length! - click edit, select non "00" push delete key and type 00]
    6. Restart PC (dont change Windows or CCC settings they can overwrite your new values)
    7. Have fun!
    Thank you! This worked perfectly for me. I just got an Acer 27" as my second monitor hooked up via hdmi and had no way of adjusting overscan. Made the above registry changes and it now fills the screen.
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  7.    03 May 2017 #47

    HD2400 Driver


    I have this driver, dated in 1/13/2015, on an older HP box that I took the free upgrade to 10 on. It seems to work fine.

    rronaldson said: View Post
    8.970.100.9001
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