Please enter a title. So, I’m gonna wait for a new version for now. This can cause the display brightness to stop functioning. Lately, I updated the drivers, but instead of my real graphics hardware it appears that I have the R9 series videocard on my computer and I can not change the brightness on my screen anymore. I can adjust brightness without trouble but I can’t open the AMD crimson center to setup my video card. Thanks a lot amdmad!!! This content has been marked as final.
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I can adjust brightness without trouble but I can’t open the AMD crimson center to setup my video card.
As new products are released, similar products sometimes share the same Device ID in newer driver versions, this can sometimes lead to your GPU name being updated to the newer version.
What AMD driver version are you using at the moment?
NVIDIA GeForce M|NVIDIA
Lately, I updated the drivers, but instead of my real graphics hardware it appears that I have the R9 series videocard on my computer and I can not change the brightness on my screen anymore. Just kidding, in reality I do not know why it is changing it’s identity.
Your GPU performance will not have changed, so it’s nothing to worry about. I only got this: Maybe it is transgraphic.
AMD Radeon HD 8870M
Glad i could help. I updated my graphics drivers a few moths ago with no trouble, also I installed the AMD 88000m software. I don’t know what to do because I can’t just install the AMD settings without installing the amd drivers that will change again to the R9 series.
I hope you can understand my problem. Please navigate to Windows Device Manager and check the Monitors section. Please type your message and try again.
It’s possible that your display has become disabled in Windows Device Manager. These newer versions are typically the same GPU but renamed. However if you wish to hv the original name restored, you will need to reinstall the older drivers and then install the latest compatible drivers for your system on top of the existing ones.
Go to original post. According to Google translate, your monitor is not disabled. This can cause the display brightness to stop functioning.
HD M | Community
Maybe your HD M secretly wanted to be a R9 series card because it kept on chasing it’s dream about becoming one and feel 8800 radeon R9, radiating on it’s back.
Thanks amdmatt but I didn’t exactly understand what you mean about checking the monitors section and how can I fix that if it’s disable. So, I’m gonna wait for a new version for now.