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04-01-2012 04:34 PM - edited 04-01-2012 04:35 PM
I'm sure you know your stuff, but I have two tips just in case.
AMD has released new drivers for most Linux operating systems which you can find at their website. This will install CCC. Warning though, switching to your intel-based card may cause your system to hang. You'll have to boot into command line with F1 or something like that, and change the ATI config yourself.
Usually the AMD driver w/ CCC only works for using the AMD gpu.
Also, do you have the correct information where Drivers and BIOS is concerned?
*Sure you've done it but check your laptop for a sticker on the bottom or in the battery bay. You can use the product name on the sticker
Such as, "HP Pavilion ***" to search up your drivers (try searching your product by country to see the differences in the drviers HP offers by country.)
I tried to replicate the "Bricking" experiencing, but the only way it worked was by installing the wrong BIOS.
Just trying to help as best as possible.
Hope your problems get fixed and good luck.
04-01-2012 05:07 PM