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I uninstalled Norton to reinstall it, big mistake.
So basically I uninstalled Norton via CCleaner, after the uninstallation & a reboot, my computer start with an error message from ATI saying that the graphic card's drivers are basically messed up.
When I want to check my catalyst control center, I noticed it dissapeared !
Of course I wanted to reinstall it, so I went to a site to check my drivers (http://www.touslesdrivers.com/?v_page=29, basically it's like driver sweeper) so I can download them. After the check was done, I noticed that apparently my computer is composed of my CPU, Motherboard and a hardrive...
I wanted to check my GPU temp with speedfan, my GPU is not recognize, anyway, I went to AMD drivers site, they told me to install a detect tool so I can get the last drivers, and, without surprise, no GC recognized, nevertheless, I grabbed the AMD Catalyst 14.9, and still, the drivers failed to install (I did a clean uninstallation of the previous one)
After some research, people are saying that it might come from a plug & play error, but it wasn't the case.
So yes, basically uninstalling norton just screwed my computer, I can't control my GC, I'm scarred of opening sony vegas to render a video now :/
And of course, I did norton, it's still the same
Also, fun part : even without drivers I'm still in 1080p
Sorry for any mistakes & thank you in advance.