Just out of curiosity, when you say properly what do you mean
2. Go into 'C' drive and delete every AMD/ATI folder in main 'C' drive and 'Program files' folders.
3. Boot into safe mode, use Driver Sweeper to delete all registry entries and all other traces of old drivers.
4. Boot into normal windows and run Driver Sweep again and have a final check for any AMD/ATI files/folders
5. Install new drivers
6. Reboot when asked
7. Job done
Tasks about 5 minutes to do it PROPERLY
Do it that way and you'll NEVER get problems
There's no such thing as bad drivers, Just idiots who don't know how to un-install there old ones properly
Edited by antuk15 - 1/3/11 at 10:00am