Updating ati graphics
I managed to put back some drivers, but I was not able to install an AMD application with a GUI intended for switching between the two cards and I am not sure that I need that (I guess the switching is done according to the needs of different applications running - ?), but I found an answer to the question: to install an AMD/ATI Catalyst driver in Windows 7 on a computer like mine go to Device Manager, Display adapters, right click on the adapter (if might have only a generic name), "Update Driver Software", and then "Browse my computer for driver software".It is intended for game playing and other intense use of the GPU, but I do not need that.In fact, I was just searching for a proper driver that would make the fans as quite as possible while keeping the system safe.Be sure to tell Device Manager that you want to look for your own drivers in a specific location.AMD made sure that its newest notebook processors are ready for Windows 10 ever since it was released.Make sure to uninstall the current driver, restart, and then install the one provided by HP.
If this has happened to you then fear not, you can quickly fix the issue by following the guide below. enter in "devmgmt.msc" (without the quotes) then click Ok.
I’m using Pavilion g6 1222sm with both Intel and AMD graphics cards. I’ve tried installing AMD drivers, but they just won’t install.
I’ve tried uninstalling Intel and installing AMD from device manager, no luck as well.
Leshcat gets the latest AMD and Intel GPU drivers and does the bridge between them.
Dell's official drivers for switchable graphics are very outdated. If you try any direct driver download from AMD website, it wont work properly!