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    Default HP Envy 14 Windows 8 problem

    Hello everyone, first of all I have HP envy 14-1110 NR with windows 8 consumer preview installed.

    I've searched and searched all over the web for a fix on my ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5000 series. Ever since I installed Windows 8, the video card has not been working, as well as Catalyst software. I have already downloaded and installed the update for the Windows 8 version, but still no use. It device status continues to say "This device cannot start. (Code 10)".

    If anyone has any luck please let me know! I haven't been able to game on my laptop for a long time! Thanks

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    Default Re: HP Envy 14 Windows 8 problem

    Envy 14:
    Core i5-450M
    6GB RAM
    160GB SSD
    Radiance Screen

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    Default Re: HP Envy 14 Windows 8 problem

    I've already read the forum, and none of the information helped

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    Default Re: HP Envy 14 Windows 8 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by mch4ng View Post
    I've already read the forum, and none of the information helped
    Ok, my guess is you didnt follow it correctly since I had the same issue with my Envy 14-1xxx and Im on Windows 8 with my cards working, but good luck and you're welcome for trying to help!
    Envy 14:
    Core i5-450M
    6GB RAM
    160GB SSD
    Radiance Screen

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    Default Re: HP Envy 14 Windows 8 problem

    Do you have a Win 7 partition running with your Radeon working? If not, you might want to try installing one to ensure that your card didn't crap out at the same time as you changed the OS - that sort of thing has happened to me more than once...
    "Manny Calavera" (Now my wife's) - Envy 14 - i5-450m, 5650M, 8GB DDR3, 160GB Intel X-25M SSD, Win 7 HP x64, Radiance Display, Slice Battery
    "Grim Fandango" - Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro - Silver - i5-4200UM - 8GB DDR3, 256GB SSD, Win 8.1, 3200x1800
    Desktop - i5-3450, MSI Radeon HD7850 Hawk, 8 GB Kingston HyperX Blue, 128GB Samsung 830 SSD, 2TB WD Caviar Green HDD, CoolerMaster Elite 120 ITX case, AsRock H77M-ITX, CoolerMaster Silent M2 420W, Samsung Blu-Ray reader

 

 

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