Graphics drivers borked in Windows 10 build 9926

RodimusMajor

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So I've managed to reinstall the new build after my troubles yesterday, but my AMD graphics drivers are completely borked. Every time I boot up, I get a warning saying that I have the wrong drivers for the device/OS or something, and not only has it rendered me unable to play games, but it seems to have killed Netflix and other video playing stuff too. Anyone else have this problem? I'm using an Acer Aspire V5-552P-X617; A10-5757M CPU; Radeon HD 8650G.
 

JamesDax

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When I installed the TP it installed the proper graphic drivers by default. I have a HD 5750. The only problem I had was the black borders around my 1080p monitor. I was able to install the latest AMD Catalyst Control Center to fix that. All has been well since. So, go grab the latest 8.1 drivers for your chipset and gpu from AMD and you should be good to go.
 

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A fix is going into your BIOS and disabling secure mode, or setting boot mode to UEFI+CSM (legacy) or just setting Legacy Mode to "ON" (depends on your manufacturer). This was found by a user in the Windows Insider Forums, it's worked for a bunch of people.
 

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I'm also having trouble with my video card drivers, though mine is a GeForce GTX 295. Tried a couple different versions, tried forcing them in device manager, and also tried installing them in "Windows 8 compatibility mode" so far, no luck.. Still looking for a solution.
 

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Having all kinds of issues with my display drivers. I have an older desktop I'm using as the guinea pig and it's ATI Radeon HD 6450 card works, but I have the black border issue on my HD display.

​Originally I upgraded 8.1 to 10 and it was a bad experience, none of my store apps were updating and wouldn't open. I uninstalled the AMD Catalyst Control Center and performance improved, but the black borders remained. I then did a clean install of Windows 10 and the performance is much better and the store apps are downloading and working, but I'm running only on the stock graphics drivers. Still have a black border.

​I may try and install the Catalyst Control Center again and see if I have the 1080p option this time, but I'm skeptical. We'll see.
 

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