Originally posted by: Soulsurvivor my temp solution to being able to see Performance/Overdrive is TaskManager>close ccc + MoM and then right click catalyst in start and run as admin.
That sounds interesting. There may be a conflict with UAC somewhere. I wonder why people keep it on when it does cause more issues than gives protection.
I understand if you want it on, but for some testing, you could try disabling UAC completely and see if it solves the issue. If it does, you could set CCC.exe and MOM.exe to always start as admin if UAC is enabled. If it works, you have to tell this to AMD support, and they will see where to problem is.
Unistalling all ati drivers/registry keys and changing Catalyst versions doesn't solve the issue
The only way to properly do this is monitoring the install process and reverting every single thing the installer does to your system. Same for initial launch of any Catalyst component. If you're relying on some stupid driver sweeper application, it probably won't remove everything, especially .NET related stuff.
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