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Selections In My Dvd Are Corrupted After Graphics Card Update

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After I updated my graphics card I used 'My Dvd' and found that a few of the selections in 'Change Menu Style' have been corrupted. The graphics are either in washed out color or blacked out. The music to go along with them still plays. Most of them are still in tact. About 5 or 6 of the selections are corrupted. What can I do to fix it?

 

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Win 7 Home Prem, 64bit

AMD Radeon HD 6700 Series

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After I updated my graphics card I used 'My Dvd' and found that a few of the selections in 'Change Menu Style' have been corrupted. The graphics are either in washed out color or blacked out. The music to go along with them still plays. Most of them are still in tact. About 5 or 6 of the selections are corrupted. What can I do to fix it?

 

Thanks,

 

Win 7 Home Prem, 64bit

AMD Radeon HD 6700 Series

 

I assume that you updated the drivers to the latest version? Roll back the drivers to an older one.

 

Many times GPU drivers are either beta or designed to fix a specific issue -- mostly for gamers. Did you look to see what the new drivers were designed to fix? Unless your drivers were more than a year old and you were having issues beforehand, the is no need to do the updates. Which driver did you install. Did it install properly?

 

Notebook or desktop?

 

Is this the one you installed? If not, which one did you install?

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Yes, from that website I installed the catalyst software suite, not the beta. I was only doing the routine driver update. I uninstalled the old driver first before installing the new one as recommended. I saw that the older driver is still available on the website for download. I understand that I cannot rollback drivers if it was uninstalled that way.?? So I'm assuming I can uninstall again and re-install the older driver. Is that right?

 

I run off a desktop.

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So I'm assuming I can uninstall again and re-install the older driver. Is that right?

 

I run off a desktop.

 

Yes, that is right.

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