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I updated to 14.9 WHQL and can say that everything is running smoothly although, I didn't try to run any WMV videos. The videos that I have ran were some other file format that I can't remember at the moment. I had update to 14.9 WHQL only after first running the AMD CCC removal program that I downloaded from Guru 3D. It's called "DDU" which stands for "Display Driver Uninstaller" and the latest version is 13.4.0.0. This is it:...
I wound up installing the 14.9.1 Beta into my Intel based desktop first instead of my AMD based computer; (I have NO IDEA why I did that!). Somehow, I wound up with CCC version 14.6!? I had removed CCC with CCleaner's ‘Uninstall’ option which was about the only thing I did different from any past CCC updates. Typically, I use the Windows 7 uninstall procedure. I removed the 14.7 RC3Beta and then I ran that "amd_cleanup_util_1.2.1.0" afterwards and of course, the usual...
Thank you,I see you had the R9 - 290 and I have the 7970 so I'm not sure how much difference that will make. Also, you have a Gigabyte motherboard and I have an Asus on one desktop and an Asrock on the other.That said, we both seem to have Intel-based systems or at least, I have an Intel-based system for my Asrock motherboard and a AMD based system for my Asus motherboard. Frankly, I could get entirely different results between my 2 desktops with the same driver and...
I'm trying to figure out if will be less time-consuming and possibly more prudent to install the 14.9.1 version rather than installing the 14.9 version and then checking to see if I have a problem before I installed the 14.9.1 version.(I have the 14.7 RC 3 beta installed at the moment). The ads about the 14.9.1 version state that this is the version to fix problems for those who had them and not to install it if you didn't have them in the first place. It just seems to...
I'm about to switch out my MSI R7850PE Twin Frozer for an MSI R7970 Twin Frozer. I'm guessing that I pretty much can just unplug one and plug in the other. But I may have to change the drivers... not sure. Am I right about that? This is the ATI CCC I have installed. It's SUPPOSED to be the "14.7 RC3 Beta" version. Driver Packaging Version 14.20.1004-140811a-174673E Catalyst Version 14.7 Provider Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. 2D Driver Version 8.01.01.1407 2D Driver File...
And that brings me back to "Doh"! LOL Yes, that's what I'll do if, and when, I remember how I did it the last time. There's a number of posts about how to change the permissions on line. But I think I initially read and followed one that didn't work because they didn't step it off right. So I started 'trying things' and with the help of a different post on the topic, I managed to change it. But that was months ago and I need to research it again because I don't remember...
Yes, that's true but no, I don't have UAC active. This is likely to be something that has to do with the old 500GB HDD I had in the machine 3 or 4 months ago. Back then, I had the SSD for the O/S, Adobe. MS Office, and a few other things, and a 500 GB HDD handled the rest of the media. Then I replaced that HDD by cloning it to a new 1TB HDD I had installed. The process worked fine, (once I knew what the 'freeware cloner tool' was trying to tell me... No instructions and...
Thanks, I'll give it a try! I don't know if it can get around that "permission" thing I mentioned but if not, I'll just run the repair disk and see if that irons out the problem. Rich
Thanks Darius510; (NOTE: The computer that this topic is about IS NOT the one I have listed in my signature) I should have known that... I was tired when I was writing that post and didn't snap to the fact that I was talking about one thing, but thinking of another. That said, yes, you're right and in fact, most people would have a NTFS drive. As for the jointlink, I tried using mklink with an elevated command prompt. It worked for some folders but when I tried to move...
I know this is an old post but I'll take a shot and see if I get lucky:I'm trying to decide between Steam and JLM. So I'll give and exact example of what I want to do; I have a program installed on my O/S drive, (an SSD), and I want to move it to any one of my two media HDDs. The program wouldn't let me install it where I wanted it and it doesn't need to be on that SSD.The program is EZDOC. Can I use JLM or Steam to move it from the SSD to an HDD? I've read that JLM, (and...
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