Hit apply, select yes to apply to all subdirectories. If you clicked ok, you may notice that it disappeared from the right pane once it finishes. Yes, my password is: But it doesn’t say it. See the following pages for System Recovery:
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Note on archived topics. You likely have an issue with your graphics card or it’s drivers.
It should still be listed under the tree on the left. Thanks for Aswering, and excuse me my english, I’m not native That should allow you to uninstall your graphics driver that seems to be the problem.
Now, my gfx card was fine, no problems opening and using the CCC, so i fully removed the drivers, and ive restarted 3x times now, and no more Load MM Driver Application popups, so im going to reinstall them again, see how that goes.
This site in other languages x. Hi again, well I sucessfull uninstall the Intel’s Driver With everest I get this information, for more details: Well First, Thank you a lot for answering.
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I just read this other post: Make sure you have the correct drivers, make sure they’re updated, and make sure your graphics card has adequate power. Message 4 of 6. Information and links in this thread may mmdrivre longer be available or relevant. I’ll know for sure once this update is done so I can get to Device Profiles.
Otherwise I would recommend calling into technical phone support at Results 1 to 5 of 5.
Catalyst Control Centre: Host application has stopped working
Cattalyst it’s the ultimate solution XD. Still get that problem when I install graphics card drivers. No, create an account now. Could it be caused by doing all the Windows Updates in one go, as theres loads of them, so would i be better off, just doing them a few at a time?
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I figure out that maybe the problem is in the Intel’s Graphics Driver, I didn’t mention it, but my laptop has switchable Graphics, I think that’s how it’s called XD. I’m pretty sure it was Vista SP1 not installing correctly that was the problem. If you need more help, post your rig’s details, the CAT drivers you are using as well as the troubleshooting you’ve tried so far. I really don’t want to Recovery the pc, with the Recovery partition.
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If you clicked ok, you may notice that it disappeared from the right pane once it finishes. If this does not fix the problem try another video card in that rig to confirm that it is not a card problem.