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[font="Impact"]I added a GEFORCE 9600GT 512 MB graphics card to my ASUS M4A89GTD Pro motherboard which has inbuilt graphic, Radeon 4290. The graphics works fine. I downloaded the latest GEFORCE drivers, and my card works fine. When I boot my computer, I get "The Catalyst Control Center is not supported by the driver version of your enabled graphics adapter. Please update your AMD graphics driver, or enable your AMD adapter using the displays manager."
In the Device Manager, the graphics is fine and enabled. Any ideas to rid this problem?
[font="Impact"]I added a GEFORCE 9600GT 512 MB graphics card to my ASUS M4A89GTD Pro motherboard which has inbuilt graphic, Radeon 4290. The graphics works fine. I downloaded the latest GEFORCE drivers, and my card works fine. When I boot my computer, I get "The Catalyst Control Center is not supported by the driver version of your enabled graphics adapter. Please update your AMD graphics driver, or enable your AMD adapter using the displays manager."

In the Device Manager, the graphics is fine and enabled. Any ideas to rid this problem?

#1
Posted 08/03/2011 09:26 AM   
The first thing i would try is to disable the amd 4290 in window's device manager and reboot the computer and
see if it's resolved.

Some motherboard's you have to choose which display adapter to use in the bios.
The first thing i would try is to disable the amd 4290 in window's device manager and reboot the computer and

see if it's resolved.



Some motherboard's you have to choose which display adapter to use in the bios.

#2
Posted 08/03/2011 06:09 PM   
The amd 4290 is nit in the device manager, only the GEFORCE 9600GT is shown.

The amd 4290 is nit in the device manager, only the GEFORCE 9600GT is shown.
The amd 4290 is nit in the device manager, only the GEFORCE 9600GT is shown.

The amd 4290 is nit in the device manager, only the GEFORCE 9600GT is shown.

#3
Posted 08/03/2011 07:11 PM   
Have you tried uninstalling the catalyst control center from add and remove program's.
Have you tried uninstalling the catalyst control center from add and remove program's.

#4
Posted 08/03/2011 07:29 PM   
I believe that board disables the onboard GPU when a card is detected.
I believe that board disables the onboard GPU when a card is detected.

#5
Posted 08/03/2011 07:33 PM   
I could say quite a bit about coming to nVidia for advice on AMD troubles, but...

Perhaps if it can't be solved the OP will move to the Green side?...

I could say quite a bit about coming to nVidia for advice on AMD troubles, but...



Perhaps if it can't be solved the OP will move to the Green side?...


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Posted 08/03/2011 09:56 PM   
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