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6950 Installation issue

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So my new 6950 arrived today and I thought I did everything like I was supposed to.

I went into safe mode and removed the drivers via driver sweeper.
Replaced the 5770 with the 6950 and booted it up.
Installed the drivers for the 6950 but I seem to be getting conflicting messages.
I attached a screenshot of what I am talking about.

I re-swepped the drivers again in safe mode and reinstalled, same issue.

Did I do something wrong? I am getting conflicting messages in Windows.
post #2 of 5
Install the card , boot in safe mode and remove all exsisiting drivers using driver sweeper .. Restart windows normally it shuld isnatll drivers automatically , install the latest 11.1 drivers over that and it should work fine ..
    
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Originally Posted by Xristo View Post
Install the card , boot in safe mode and remove all exsisiting drivers using driver sweeper .. Restart windows normally it shuld isnatll drivers automatically , install the latest 11.1 drivers over that and it should work fine ..
I pretty much did that, the second time around but it still shows up with conflicting messages, this is annoying me. 11.1 drivers are installed.
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Well I flashed the card and it seems to have fixed the problem! Odd problem indeed. Hmmm
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My friend is having the same problem, what do you mean by flashing the card?

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