Originally posted by: stumped When you opened this forum...one of the STICKIES says ISSUE REPORT FORM. Read it. And don't expect a two way conversation with support. You are just reporting a issue with the driver suite.
btw: you seem to be having all kinds of issues with your computer. Maybe you should take it to a professional...at least back up/move away from your keyboard.
Im a professional. Not in hardware but in software. And for me it seems that this is a software problem. I think the Blue Screen is a false-positive. The core driver is here the problem. Not my hardware.
Ive heard about driver problems on AMD and i got driver problems.
You know this problem as well:
Im not the only one with this. So why is AMD not making a solution.
when it is because of Nvidia files that are working in the background and make AMD dissy, so why AMD not implement a clean up for this on the installer ?
I will not buy newer hardware because of AMD. My mainboard should be enough and my CPU too. And my RAM. Everything 1A hardware, except the AMD graphiccard i guess.
So i think AMD will never make a kernel running well.
I dont say this because i used my whole life Nvidia. I say this because i never had problems with all the Nvidia graphiccards. Maybe some problems when the graphiccard has a damage. But not on a graphiccard which is working propper.
And "Blue Screens" are something i cant tollerate.
So i hope you understand that i will not buy mainboard and everything new because a AMD is in my pc.
And my PC seems more up to date than your laptop.
I dont want to go to Nvidia back but at the moment its the best solution for my "hardware problems" ..yeah than the hardware problem are fixed XD
[Int Core i7-2600K]
[Asus P8P67 EVO]
[2x Corsair D3 4GB 1333-999 XMS]
[NEW Sappihre R9 280x Dual-X OC] - Blue Screen by AMD kernel mode driver
[Windows 7 64-bit]
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