Topic Title: #INF file was not found..
Topic Summary: Trying to install 13.1 legacy..
Created On: 04/22/2013 10:19 AM
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 04/22/2013 10:19 AM
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EmPas
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Here it goes, again..

- I've really tried every single way to fix this problem, by cleaning drivers with driver-cleaner programs, re-installing, rebooting, using safe mode, et.c et.c... nothing worked.

I really don't get it how a big issue like this can't get fixed, I see a lot of people posting about this issue, a few fixing it with the drivercleaner programs, but few not, seems like not all are lucky nowadays.

Is there any way we can get some professional help from anybody? Someone who can explain part by part how to fix this issue?

I know by re-formating my pc will probably make this work, but that's the last option I want to get into, since I have a lot of documents I have to keep on my laptop (don't have to tell me to buy a extern-HD, since I don't have money for it)

Hoping for the best, fingers crossed...


Thanks in advance,

Yours,

EP



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 04/22/2013 09:47 PM
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You just said what the answer is...reformat. A reformat does not necessarily mean you lose all your documents...everytime I have done it it adds a new file called 'old' and in there are things like pictures, docs, etc. You can google that. A few years ago there was a problem with laptop drivers where if you used any driver cleaner plus crap cleaner it would remove too much...like inf, if memory serves. That is why AMD offers a removal tool (but only for Windows 7...go figure). If you used any 'driver cleaner' other than Driver Fusion, AMD driver removal tool (if you have Win7), or the original 'Driver Sweeper ver 3.2.0 then maybe it removed it....Crap Cleaner (cleaning registry) has done it to me numerous times, but only on my laptops. Some cleaners have a 'restore' function..that you can look for. Have you tried a system restore?

 edit: You could try a'system repair' from the installation disk..that way you don't lose anything.



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Edited: 04/23/2013 at 12:08 AM by stumped
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