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After running the DDU, install the AMD catalyst package first, then if necessary, install the Intel graphics driver. ok, I want to do this , but you see just to make sure I decided to see if I can actually install the Intel driver , and it also now has it's own problem "'when I try to install it , it says "The driver installed is not verified for this computer, obtain the appropriate driver from the manufacturer of the computer" sorry for the late response, but I got another problem now, I can't put my pc in safe mode, when I boot up my pc the first thing I see is the lenovo boot up screen , and also I can't use the F keys , some geniuse though it would be a great Idea to make the F keys function with an fn button which I don't think are usable during the boot up screen, is there any way for me to enter safe mode?
Be sure to download your installer files for the Intel and AMD drivers BEFORE running the DDU, so you will already have them to reinstall after you run the DDU.
Uninstall Intel and AMD drivers, if any installed, using the Device Manager itself. ALWAYS download the driver directly from the manufacturer, in this case, either the laptop product page or the AMD website, and install using the downloaded
While uninstalling, choose the 'Delete the drive software for this device' option too. Automatic detection and installation routines screw things up more often than not. Typically, the drivers for one don't work for the other, although in many cases graphics drivers DO use the same driver for both versions.
Download and save the following drivers: AMD- https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles/avga143w81... If you still have issues after doing that, you most likely either have a corrupted operating system that needs to be fully reinstalled, or faulty hardware.
Intel 32 bit OS video driver- https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles/ivga143w81... Download and save the following drivers: AMD- https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles/avga143w81... If you still have issues after doing that, you most likely either have a corrupted operating system that needs to be fully reinstalled, or faulty hardware.
So did you, or did you not have problems with that version installed, or did you not try it and just changed immediately.
One thing to note, between each installation of a different driver version, you need to run the DDU again otherwise you're right back where you started.
Intel 64 bit OS video driver- https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles/ivga143w81... Then install the Intel driver for your OS bit version. Intel 32 bit OS video driver- https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles/ivga143w81... I already tried to download the Intel drivers and reset and the Intel graphics still doesn't work I also tried to download the AMD driver you gave me and I get an error massage "Failed to load detection drivers" I also want to point out that now the device manager doesn't show my Intel graphics in the display devices section and instead it says "video controller (VGA compatible)" and it has an error 18 that says I need to "reinstall it's drivers" WAIT, hold on, for some reason all of a sudden both of my display devices, the AMD and the Intel Graphics both appearing in the display devices section, also my Intel Graphics drivers are working again!