I hope this helps some people along using older hardware but wanting to update to Windows Since it worked before maybe the next update will fix it. Have you tried disabling any unused controllers in the BIOS? Some Google results seem to point to the scenario that different devices use the same resource or interrupt each other resulting in one not getting enough. I tried your method and it did not work, says not compatible. Go to Compatibility tab. Or look for chipset drivers related to your motherboard like an Intel INF update might help Windows recognize it.

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You can not post a blank message. After fixing the problem with PCI-E code 12 i forced the Windows 10 to automatically find online and install driver for that “Unknown device” and now system is properly detecting the card! I tried to “Add legacy hardware” – the same result “not support this version of Windows”. Everything looks the same except that I have a desktop leyacy bits.

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Big thank you nota for help and all the answers! Don Cuthbert Replied on June 20, I catalust version 8. Select Windows 7 from the drop down.

Afterwards the driver should install accompanied with several screen flickers. Hope this helps, all the best.

AMD Catalyst Legacy Display Driver 13.4 Beta for Windows Vista/7/8

I recommend this discussion Since it worked before maybe the next update will fix it. I think that the driver version 8. But i don’t know how to fix it. I’d really appreciate some help! I think, but I’m no expert on the subject, the issue here is that Windows 10 doesn’t properly recognize your graphics card. What should i do: I think that the problem may be this: During the driver installation every time the screen flickers the following error appears.

I have no knowledge of if the drivers provided by Windows 10 are better or just the latest legacy beta drivers with a new signature for Windows I think what I used was not the newest AMD had to offer, but the Click Let me pick from a list of device Go to Compatibility tab.


AMD Catalyst Legacy Display Driver Beta for Windows Vista/7/8 Driver – TechSpot

You should give Display Driver Uninstaller a try. Click Browse on the pop-up menu and go to: Hit Apply catalysh then OK. In reply to Don Cuthbert’s post on June 21, However this driver doesn’t interface with any of the Catalyst Control Center versions which are available for this chipset.

What I did was after downloading the latest legacy driver, simply run it in windows 8 compatibility mode with administrator rights. Maybe you could turn them of in the BIOS and see what happens, if at all possible however.

You will have to system restore if this happens, otherwise subsequent install attempts will invariably fail.

Windows 10 Home x64 CPU: I had to follow the ‘Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer’ link when you click on ‘Update Driver Software