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Wildsided

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Wildsided last won the day on April 1 2019

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About Wildsided

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    Ever so slightly mad

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    Animating, reading, videogames, writing
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    v18
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    Dan
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    Canada but born and raised in England

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  1. Yeah it upgraded to Windows 10 without any issues (I'm replying on it right now) it just can't detect the dedicated gpu and has to use the Intel HD graphics adapter.
  2. Cheers for the clarification Steve. I didn't buy the laptop to do any heavy lifting on. If anything I got it for the wacom touchscreen for drawing with photoshop. I just wanted to share the experience with the forum in case anyone is upgrading older hardware. If I desperately wanted to use the GPU I suppose I could make a separate partition on the hdd, install Windows 7 on it and just keep off the Internet.
  3. It detects system and graphics hardware, then detects basic sytem configuration and components. Then it attempts to install Catalyst install manager and throws and error saying Application install:Install Package failure. Then tells me failures occurred during installation and I have to click Finish.
  4. It's Mobility Radeon HD 5450 in an HP Touchsmart TM2. It doesn't show up in device manager and the last driver available for it on HP's Support Page is dated 2010. I checked AMD's site and found what is listed as a Win10 driver and tried to install it but it fails during install.
  5. Hi John, this article has some things you could try. Don't know if it would help https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thewindowsclub.com/windows-could-not-configure-one-or-more-system-components/amp
  6. Quick note about upgrading older hardware. Some of it might not be compatible with windows 10. That laptop I mentioned has an older AMD graphics card that Win10 simply won't detect so have to use the intel onboard graphics and the same goes for the bluetooth card. Even after installing drivers in compatibility mode windows 10 doesn't want to know.
  7. That's very cool John. Very cool indeed. I'd never seen any of those before today.
  8. I've voted, good luck everyone.
  9. Yeah, it's like it remains totally consistent from 30 degrees rotating through to -30 degrees and then because some of the bumps become mostly obscured by other bumps it can't figure out how it should look. Which is pretty fair when you consider that it's working from a flat 2D image.
  10. I updated a new (well new to me) laptop on Christmas day from 7 to 10 using the upgrade path and it didn't ask for any new activation code. It might do if you try doing a clean install though.
  11. Happy New Year, Robert and same to the rest of the Forum crew. Here's to it being a great one.
  12. Aww that's cute. I need to experiment with AM's 2D capabilities. Happy Christmas John!
  13. "You think it's funny to cover a guy in red and white paint? HUH! Just because I have tiny arms! WELL WHO'S LAUGHIN' NOW!!" Happy Christmas, Robert. Hope it's a good one.
  14. And a very Happy Christmas and New Year to you too, good sir.
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