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AMD Radeon R5 M255 driver update problem

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HP ProBook 470 G2
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hello,

 

I use my notebook ProBook 470 G2 long time with old version of driver AMD Radeon R5 M255 (19.8.2015/ 15.201.1301.0) and now I will try to install new one - 18.7.2016/ 16.300.2311.0 and notebook is flash black two-times and than it say it must be restarted for changing hardware. I tryed older driver too (21.6.2016/ 16.200.1021.0), but the same result - flash black and restart message.

Then I returned to old driver and everything is allright.

My HP Support Assistant find no new updates.

 

Why it not working?

 

Thank you very much for any advice.

 

Miress

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Same problem here, since update to 16.200. And HPSA doens't even show any other update.

Last time I had to reboot the PC several times because it said the graphic card was not working properly and also had some freezes...

It's a PC we use at work, so this is very unlikable, mostly because it's a laptop and we use it during work travel in places where there is no internet and if it doesn't work it could be a real problem.

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