I used to use DriverMax, But unfortunately, it shows drivers from other 3rd party hardware which may be completely uncompatible even if it says it is. I deleted DriverMax from my computer for this reason. It best to go to the manufacturer website or use a paid well known driver updater that might be more accurate in the drivers it shows for downloading for your specific hardware.
Meanwhile, Most people use Driver Fusion in safe mode to eliminate all traces of AMD drivers and software. You might want to try this. Then use a good Registry Cleaner to remove any AMD older driver traces from the registry. Then go to AMD website and download the later CCC Package. Make sure you have the latest NET 4.0 running on your computer, otherwise CCC won't work. After installing the CCC Package, go to Device Manager and make sure the all AMD Drivers are installed and running without problems. If you see a yellow exclamation mark any where in Device Manager, that is telling you that the particular driver is not working and having problems.
Ellis D. Rodriguez