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Some of the Advanced features in the supplies AMD Catalyst Control center such as Power Management are simply unavailable.
An annoyance is that AMD Catalyst Control Center reports that updates are available but when trying to install it errors with this message: At this point Andrew Morgan and Barry Schiffer are likely tweeting that I should stop using Windows on a Mac but I will ignore that.
The AMD Display Drivers as supplied with Boot Camp are instable leading to “Display driver stopped responding” messages.So let’s go ahead and update those AMD drivers, shall we?In my case the Catalyst Control Center stored the drivers in C:\AMD\AMD-Catalyst-15.7.1-Win10-64bit so I will use this path and this particular version and bitness (64 bit).Open Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\C0187674with Notepad and search for PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6821 (take the closes match, in my case REV_83): Change this line to match the Hardware Id in Device Manager: Now take the section name of the same line, in my case ati2mtag_R577 and search for that section: Remove the line Exclude ID= Because the AMD driver is digitally signed we needed to recreate the driver’s file after changing the file.
To do this we need the inf2cat tool, I used the version from the Windows 10 Driver Kit (DDK).
Use the following command to create a new cat file (note that you should not specify the path to the inf file but to the directory where the inf file resides): Final step is to resign the CAT file, note that you need a code signing certificate that is valid for signing Kernel Mode drivers.