Motherboard: MSI A88X-G43 FM2/FM2 AMD A88X (Bolton D-4) HDMI
APU: AMD A6-7400K Radeon R5, 6 Core 2C+4G 3.50GHz
Mem: 2 G Skill Ripjaws 2GB 240-pin DDR3 (4GB total)
HD: Western Digital WD10EZEX 1TB, 7200 RPM 64MB Cache, SATA 6.0 Gbs, 305" internal
External WD back-up: WD 10EZEX 1TB, 7200 RPM (My Passport)
Windows 8.1 on CD with license upgraded to Win 10 Home
No WIFI by choice
DSL provider Frontier 12
Problem: A pop-up showed on screen from AMD indicating that an up-grade for my processor had been downloaded and was ready for installation, I clicked on the details button for a review of the up-grades and as one of the items being up-graded was Crimson and I knew that Crimson was installed when I installed my APU A6-7400K Radeon R5 but with a small printed box "not previously installed"
I decided not to install the up-grades and started to move the mouse cursor to the decline button but as I moved over the start button toward decline I must have inadvertently applied pressure on the left buttom for the up-grade began installing. The installation proceeded for about 10 minutes then went to restart. When windows restarted everything about the display had changed. Windows Desktop screen no longer displays, All display defaults had changed, Adobe Flashplayer no longer works in Google Chrome but Flashplayer works on Firefox after reloading plug-in, several functions in "Open Office" program no longer work though some functions have returned with re-installing program. I checked programs installed through Control Panel but the entries for AMD showed that the program was all installed on the day I installed the up-grades and I was afraid to uninstall the program completely as AMD is the provider of the video for my computer so I went to the restore point the day before the installation hoping that the up-grade would be removed when restore completed, but nothing changed. I went to the AMD site seeking advice but could not find any information to help. I am lost as to what to do to get my computer back to running as before. This has been going on since 10-23-16 and has been in the waiting room since 10-27-16 as "If it's not Malware, Virus, or Spyware, Save Me!" I ran FRST 11-6-16 and the text page and addition are attached below.