Topic Title: AMD Driver Autodetect
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Created On: 07/11/2013 09:06 PM
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 07/11/2013 09:06 PM
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The other day I decided to update my graphics drivers. So I searched for AMD Driver Autodetect software because i was curious if there was one and i found this.

While it was installing the drivers it seemed to have an error, but it got past it and said that everything installed fine. Then I restarted my computer and it wouldn't boot. It tried windows repair and didn't work, tried to boot and it just flashed a blue screen then restarts to try and repair. Nothing happens and it's just loops trying to repair constantly.

I had a system restore point luckily. That worked and I was able to log into my computer. The next day I try to turn my computer on and it does the same thing. This time, I don't have a system repair point and I don't know what to do!

Thank you for any help anyone can give.

 07/11/2013 09:18 PM
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You could start by giving us more information, namely the information requested in the sticky. Windows 6, 6.1, and 6.2 (otherwise known as Vista, 7, and 8) have clean boot and last known good configuration boot options if you press F8 during the boot sequence.

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