and about uninstalling driver. i did a system restore and went to amd and installed the latest/newest driver (12.6) so idk whats happening really ;/
Download Driver Sweeper
and use it to completely remove your previous ATI drivers. Then, if you haven't already downloaded them, download the official drivers and install them again.
Many times when you install drivers they don't completely remove everything from the previous version which can cause problems. System restore will not remove these files. You have to manually remove them and re-install.
Please don't create 3 threads for the same problem. It's in your best interest and the interest of those trying to assist you to keep all of the information on what you have done to try and solve the problem in one neat, easy to follow thread.
-MGMT Edited, Jul 20th 2012 9:56pm by FilthMcNasty
Only hips + boobs all day and hips + boobs all over my icecream
30 bucks is almost free
Its personal preference and all, but yes we need to educate WoW players that this is OUR game, these are Characters and not Toons. Time to beat that into them one at a time.