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April 30, 2012, 10:13:45 PM
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!!!! Driver Install: the INF file was not found !!!!
I've followed three different guides!

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April 30, 2012, 10:14:34 PM
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None of the solutions posted work at all, Still getting .INF not found

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Which driver version & OpenCL are you trying to install?
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April 30, 2012, 10:17:04 PM
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None of the solutions posted work at all, Still getting .INF not found

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Which driver version & OpenCL are you trying to install?
ANY!, 12.4 priority.. i dont flipping care if it's sdk 2.6 at this moment, I just want my graphics back!, (2.5priority)
They just all FAIL! Driver Install: the INF file was not found

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April 30, 2012, 10:17:51 PM
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None of the solutions posted work at all, Still getting .INF not found

Jack.

Which driver version & OpenCL are you trying to install?
ANY!, 12.4 priority.. i dont flipping care if it's sdk 2.6 at this moment, I just want my graphics back!, (2.5priority)
They just all FAIL! Driver Install: the INF file was not found


Jack.. check your pms or get on IRC.. I got you.

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April 30, 2012, 10:32:07 PM
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He teamviewered me in and it just installed properly.  He's rebooting right now to make sure everything is good again.

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April 30, 2012, 10:39:38 PM
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He teamviewered me in and it just installed properly.  He's rebooting right now to make sure everything is good again.
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And not only is he justifyingly cocky with good reason,
But he can also fix my shit by Looking at it.

Time for me to plug my 2nd card back in...

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April 30, 2012, 11:25:06 PM
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The machine I'm on now is a W7 machine that's running fine.  I've updated, rolled back, changed drivers. I've added many programs over the life of it, updated many, uninstalled when needed.  If you're installing/uninstalling programs as a daily occurrence, I have to wonder WTF you are doing.
I'll bet my hat that there is at least one annoyance or slowdown on your current machine that was not there within the first several months of installation, that you cannot for the life of you get rid of now.

And yes, installing and uninstalling programs is a daily occurrence. Why is that unusual? When I am done with something, I don't like it laying around cluttering things up, so I remove it.

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April 30, 2012, 11:45:09 PM
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The machine I'm on now is a W7 machine that's running fine.  I've updated, rolled back, changed drivers. I've added many programs over the life of it, updated many, uninstalled when needed.  If you're installing/uninstalling programs as a daily occurrence, I have to wonder WTF you are doing.
I'll bet my hat that there is at least one annoyance or slowdown on your current machine that was not there within the first several months of installation, that you cannot for the life of you get rid of now.

And yes, installing and uninstalling programs is a daily occurrence. Why is that unusual? When I am done with something, I don't like it laying around cluttering things up, so I remove it.

If there's something that's slowing down my machine, I fix it.  That doesn't mean I wipe the whole damn thing and start fresh.

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April 30, 2012, 11:54:04 PM
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Uninstall all ATI software.
reboot
Find and rename amdocl DLL's and variants IE. amdocl64.dll etc... delete them if you dare...
reboot
Download and install catalyst drivers  but not 12.4
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May 01, 2012, 12:02:29 AM
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The machine I'm on now is a W7 machine that's running fine.  I've updated, rolled back, changed drivers. I've added many programs over the life of it, updated many, uninstalled when needed.  If you're installing/uninstalling programs as a daily occurrence, I have to wonder WTF you are doing.
I'll bet my hat that there is at least one annoyance or slowdown on your current machine that was not there within the first several months of installation, that you cannot for the life of you get rid of now.

And yes, installing and uninstalling programs is a daily occurrence. Why is that unusual? When I am done with something, I don't like it laying around cluttering things up, so I remove it.

If there's something that's slowing down my machine, I fix it.  That doesn't mean I wipe the whole damn thing and start fresh.
I bow to your impressive ability to fix any last annoyance that a machine can possibly contain, without exception. My time is valuable, and sometimes it is faster to start over than to research and fix obscure problems.
Of course, I would be starting from a custom backup base with most fundamental programs already installed and activated.

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May 01, 2012, 12:13:10 AM
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The machine I'm on now is a W7 machine that's running fine.  I've updated, rolled back, changed drivers. I've added many programs over the life of it, updated many, uninstalled when needed.  If you're installing/uninstalling programs as a daily occurrence, I have to wonder WTF you are doing.
I'll bet my hat that there is at least one annoyance or slowdown on your current machine that was not there within the first several months of installation, that you cannot for the life of you get rid of now.

And yes, installing and uninstalling programs is a daily occurrence. Why is that unusual? When I am done with something, I don't like it laying around cluttering things up, so I remove it.

If there's something that's slowing down my machine, I fix it.  That doesn't mean I wipe the whole damn thing and start fresh.
I bow to your impressive ability to fix any last annoyance that a machine can possibly contain, without exception. My time is valuable, and sometimes it is faster to start over than to research and fix obscure problems.
Of course, I would be starting from a custom backup base with most fundamental programs already installed and activated.

Tts just a difference in approaches.  While I agree that backups are important, I simply keep the data handy.  Where you spend time making sure your backups are up to date with your latest software, I spend it making sure stuff doesn't break or fixing the stuff that is broken. 


I just don't like blanket statements that a person must do XYZ just because person A does it that way.

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May 01, 2012, 02:35:07 AM
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imsaguy connected to my machine, And when i went to show him the error, It just Didnt happen... I suppose i say Thanks? For looking at my system and making it smarten up.

He apparently has godlike powers

It don't make sense. So you, yourself did something that fixed it before he even connected to you.

Lol, I deleted that goodjob post then. But still congrats to you. So, one of the tutorials worked for you.
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May 01, 2012, 02:54:04 AM
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I've been running win 7 ultimate on this rig for atleast two years now!!
That's the problem, right there. I know W7 is more reliable and all that, but after 2 years you sure are going to need to blow it away and start again. Take a screenshot of all your installed programs and of your start menu to make the move a bit easier.

Bullshit.  W7 doesn't require a reinstall just because its been installed for 2 years.  It only needs a reinstall because of stupid users not knowing how to take care of things.

BTW +1

Been using it a long time on regularly hammered computer across five continents. Even XP was good if you knew what you were doing, but I find W7 is nicer.  Reinstall is for people who don't know what they are doing.
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May 01, 2012, 06:02:32 AM
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imsaguy connected to my machine, And when i went to show him the error, It just Didnt happen... I suppose i say Thanks? For looking at my system and making it smarten up.

He apparently has godlike powers

It don't make sense. So you, yourself did something that fixed it before he even connected to you.

Lol, I deleted that goodjob post then. But still congrats to you. So, one of the tutorials worked for you.
True that. I think it became solved around the time that i went to safe, Gutted it, Went back to safe, Gutted it, Went to normal, Gutted it, Went back to normal, TV'd to imsaguy.
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And guys, quit bickering at eachother over "it's only slowing down because your not keeping it up to speed" "Thats the thing, You have you to keep it ip to speed and i believe some of those speed related things are irreversable"

Thankyou for all you help. Im now locking the thread.

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