Topic Title: CCC & Driver Problems / Windows 8.1
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Laptop: Dell Studio 1558

OS: Windows 8.1 Pro (64 Bit)

Processor: Intel i7

Graphics Card: AMD Mobility Radeon HD 5000 Series

Harddrive: Crucial M4 128GB SSD

Issue:

Updated to Windows 8.1 through the Windows Store Update and it broke all my graphics settings.  Everything is blurry and I'm unable to get the same setup as previously.  Additionally CCC would not start and when attempting to re-install I'm getting an "Application Install: install package failure!"

I've attached two screenshots one with the error message from CCC and another of the device page and device driver history. 

It appears as though when the Windows 8.1 update went through it deleted then re-installed with some new driver.  I have no idea how to fix this or what the steps would be to remedy this issues.  Nor am I actually sure if that's the true issue.

Please feel free to ask any questions that might help clarify the issue.

I appreciate any and all advice in advance.

Sincerely,

Flawless

 

Note: You can even see the 'fuzziness' of the screen from the screenshot.

 

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