Windows 10: Upgraded and running Win10 now, but BSoD on AMD drivers Solved

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  1.    31 Jul 2015 #11

    Abhi did this work for you?
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  2.    01 Aug 2015 #12

    Tarik said: View Post
    here's what I did without disabling/enabling dGPU

    Uninstall all amd drivers
    Restart
    Check if Windows automatically updated AMD drivers in device manager , if not continue
    Install drivers from AMD website (15.7.1)
    Restart
    Go to Device manager and check for update, it should fine update and change the name from 8600/8700 to AMD HD 8750m
    Restart
    Enjoy no BSoD Windows 10!
    When I returned to Win8.1, I saw a GFX card update in Windows Update. After installing that update, my card was now named, "AMD Radeon HD 8750M". Should i update to Windows 10 now?
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  3.    01 Aug 2015 #13

    after you update to Win10, windows will automatically re update your drivers, if it keeps giving you BSoD , try steps on Win10
    Uninstall all amd drivers
    Restart
    Check if Windows automatically updated AMD drivers in device manager , if not continue
    Install drivers from AMD website (15.7.1)
    Restart
    Go to Device manager and check for update, it should fine update and change the name from 8600/8700 to AMD HD 8750m
    Restart
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  4.    01 Aug 2015 #14

    Tarik said: View Post
    after you update to Win10, windows will automatically re update your drivers, if it keeps giving you BSoD , try steps on Win10
    Uninstall all amd drivers
    Restart
    Check if Windows automatically updated AMD drivers in device manager , if not continue
    Install drivers from AMD website (15.7.1)
    Restart
    Go to Device manager and check for update, it should fine update and change the name from 8600/8700 to AMD HD 8750m
    Restart
    The name has changed, and also in Software in AMD CCC, the Driver Packaging Version is now ending with "-HP".
    I did the following:-
    1. Updated to Windows 10 today.
    2. In Device Manager, in Display Drivers, both graphics card drivers were uninstalled and were named, "Microsoft Basic Display Adapter."
    3. Went to HP's website for Drivers for ProBook 450 G1 here: Drivers Software for HP ProBook 450 G1 Notebook PC - HP Support Center.


    4. Downloaded both the graphics drivers and installed them. DID NOT RESTART!
    5. Went to Device Manager, both names were changed to "AMD Radeon HD 8750M" and "Intel HD Graphics 4600".
    6. Going to restart now. Will let you know about further developments.
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  5.    01 Aug 2015 #15

    Spoke too soon. After restarting, same problem has returned. Even though GFX card is named AMD Radeon HD 8750M in Device Manager and ends with "-HP" in AMD CCC.
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  6.    02 Aug 2015 #16

    tarik said: View Post
    after you update to win10, windows will automatically re update your drivers, if it keeps giving you bsod , try steps on win10
    uninstall all amd drivers
    restart
    check if windows automatically updated amd drivers in device manager , if not continue
    install drivers from amd website (15.7.1)
    restart
    go to device manager and check for update, it should fine update and change the name from 8600/8700 to amd hd 8750m
    restart
    it has worked! Finally! Many thanks to all!
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