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Windows wont boot after install display driver

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Amir Hamidovic

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Hey guys i have problem after installing display driver from amd site..windows wont boot...i mean i get win logo and then just black screen...try lots of tips from internet....reinstaling windows,drivers,different cable etc.as soon i uninstal driver with ddu in safe mode...windows boot normaly on standard vga driver....plssss help am geting fustrated cuz am stuck with this over week now....

specs:

Windows 7 64bit

mobo:Asrock fm2a88x + btc

cpu: amd a10-7850k

gpu:integrated r7 series

ram:ripjaws 16gb(1600)

bios:Latest version 1.8


Edited by Amir Hamidovic, 03 April 2016 - 01:55 PM.

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:welcome:    Amir Hamidovic,

 

Do you have a link to the particular driver that you are trying to install.

 

When you reinstalled Windows did you also reinstall the MBs drivers and starting with the chipset first.


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You can download your computer motherboard drivers from below Url link. You can also use AMD Automatically Detect and Install Your Driver  tool.

"AsRock FM2A88X+ BTC Drives"
http://www.asrock.co...nload&os=Win764


"AMD Driver"
http://support.amd.c...=Windows 7 - 64

Edited by FreeBooter, 06 April 2016 - 02:18 AM.

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Hello Amir,
 
 You need to rebuild BCD (Boot Configuration Data) to troubleshoot this issue. 
 
Just start your computer and press F8 key repeatedly and choose Repair your computer in lower left corner of the computer screen.
 
Click on troubleshoot from choose an option screen
 
Click advance option in troubleshoot window
 
Open Command Prompt and type the following commands:    
 
Type BOOTREC /FIXMBR, and then press ENTER.     
 
Type BOOTREC /FIXBOOT, and then press ENTER.    
 
Type BOOTREC /REBUILDBCD, and then press ENTER.
 
Hope this works for you, I recommend you to read this article http://harddrivefix....eath-means.htmlto know more about the unbootable system.
 
Good Luck!!

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Hello Amir,
 
 You need to rebuild BCD (Boot Configuration Data) to troubleshoot this issue. 
 
Just start your computer and press F8 key repeatedly and choose Repair your computer in lower left corner of the computer screen.
 
Click on troubleshoot from choose an option screen
 
Click advance option in troubleshoot window
 
Open Command Prompt and type the following commands:    
 
Type BOOTREC /FIXMBR, and then press ENTER.     
 
Type BOOTREC /FIXBOOT, and then press ENTER.    
 
Type BOOTREC /REBUILDBCD, and then press ENTER.
 
Hope this works for you, I recommend you to read this article http://harddrivefix....eath-means.htmlto know more about the unbootable system.
 
Good Luck!!

Op does not need to rebuild Master Boot Record, Boot Sector and BCD store as OP can boot Windows into Safe Mode. If the BCD store is damage then pressing F8 key wont bring up Advanced Boot Options menu where OP can start computer within Windows Recovery Environment but its not default setting for Windows to install Windows Recovery Environment where OP can select from Advanced Boot Options menu.

Edited by FreeBooter, 07 April 2016 - 10:06 AM.

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Amir Hamidovic

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:welcome:    Amir Hamidovic,

 

Do you have a link to the particular driver that you are trying to install.

 

When you reinstalled Windows did you also reinstall the MBs drivers and starting with the chipset first.

am at work now i try all kind of drivers...even with auto detect tool same thing :(

ofc first i installed chipset from amd site....what u mean mb-s drivers...i install windows,then update win,after that chipset and display driver


Edited by Amir Hamidovic, 05 June 2016 - 12:00 PM.

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Amir Hamidovic

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You can download your computer motherboard drivers from below Url link. You can also use AMD Automatically Detect and Install Your Driver  tool.

"AsRock FM2A88X+ BTC Drives"
http://www.asrock.co...nload&os=Win764


"AMD Driver"
http://support.amd.c...=Windows 7 - 64

already use those..same thing...even on win 10 i have same situation....


Edited by Amir Hamidovic, 05 June 2016 - 12:00 PM.

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You can download your computer motherboard drivers from below Url link. You can also use AMD Automatically Detect and Install Your Driver  tool.

"AsRock FM2A88X+ BTC Drives"
http://www.asrock.co...nload&os=Win764


"AMD Driver"
http://support.amd.c...=Windows 7 - 64

already use those..same thing...even on win 10 i have same situation....

 

Well if latest version of driver wont work try previous version of graphic card driver if non works then the graphic card is malfunctioning you need to purchase new one.


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Within Safe Mode programs cannot be uninstall you can run SafeMSI.exe to start Windows Installer from a Safe Mode Windows Installation Service is responsible for the installation and uninstallation procedure. You can then uninstall graphic card driver from "Control Panel --> Programs and Features"


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Amir Hamidovic

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Within Safe Mode programs cannot be uninstall you can run SafeMSI.exe to start Windows Installer from a Safe Mode Windows Installation Service is responsible for the installation and uninstallation procedure. You can then uninstall graphic card driver from "Control Panel --> Programs and Features"

i can uninstal drivers in windows normaly,crimson also....am using amd clean up utility then in safe mode ddu...forget to write what i notice if i run windows in test mode without integrity check driver gpu working fine...somehow windows think that my driver is not digitaly signed


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