Solution (Windows 7 x64 tested):
- Download the latest 13.12 normally
- Download DDU http://www.wagnardmobile.com/DDU/
- If you want to, make a backup / restore point of your system
- Start your computer in "Safe Mode"
- Run DDU and use the first option (clean & restart)
DDU will uninstall all AMD drivers (screen, chipset, ...?), delete some registry keys and folders related to AMD software/drivers. So you should download your chipset drivers (if they are from AMD), too.
- Your computer will restart
- Install chipset drivers (only if AMD chipset)
- Install 13.12 package
- Wait 5 minutes
Now, you should see the options for crossfire again. :-)
Fixed my problems with lost crossfire options (3x 6900 series ). Now system runs with crossfire on 2 cards, but the 3rd card is disabled in CCC (i f*** hate AMD). But if you use only 2 cards, the fix should help you. If you have problems with other drivers, you can use "Slim Drivers" to scan for other drivers, too. It's a good and free tool (the only good free tool).
Cheers from germany!
Ok, after 2 restarts... NO ***** crossfire options there... -.-
Sorry, but i am pissed... For YEARS there is NO 100% working driver.
AMD should NOT sell new cards every few weeks. No, they should release drivers that work!
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