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AMD Catalyst problem


thumbscrew

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My Filehippo update checker keeps displaying AMD Catalyst as an update. I dutifully follow the procedure and it seems to be updated, however on opening Filehippo it's still there, waiting to be updated?? Can anyone advise please?

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KRONOS the First

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Sorry, ATI = AMD Drivers.

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thumbscrew

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Thanks all, followed your link Woolwell and began download from Catalyst site, half way through I had an onscreen warning from Microsoft, advising me to stop immediately before system damage occurs and I terminated it. I'll leave it there now and candidly I'm not even sure what ATI does....what difference it would make if I uninstalled it....and, as I can't see it in "All programs", how to get rid of it!!

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Woolwell

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I didn't provide a link. Do you have Catalyst Control Centre on your pc?

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Woolwell

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I hope you created a system restore point before starting this.

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thumbscrew

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Sorry Woolwell, I meant your post, but I terminated the process when I saw the warning.

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