No video with the AMD Radeon 6550 display card


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My computer has AMD Radeon HD6550D display card and, while we got the catalyst update from AMD after installing Windows 10, I still have no video. Any ideas?
 
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My computer has AMD Radeon HD6550D display card and, while we got the catalyst update from AMD after installing Windows 10, I still have no video. Any ideas?
Same graphics processor here. Mine worked fine until yesterday's update. Now all I get with most Internet videos is a green screen with audio. I have found that if I click on the progress bar on the video, the video will show up. I think Windows 10 has some work left to become a useful OS.
 
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I thought the problem was solved a few days ago but it is not. I can sometimes see live feed video (but not consistently) but not youtube or other stored video. Curiously, if I go to watch, eg, an archived PBS TV show, I get the commercial but then a green screen instead of the program. Some youtube videos have no picture but do have sound; for others, the sound stutters.
I tried the AMD Catalyst 15.6 driver for Windows 8.1 suggested by the previous respondent and that does not help. In fact, one live video feed I could see before installing that I can no longer see.
any other suggestions are welcome. (I did correspond with someone at AMD but their ideas bore no fruit at all.)
 
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Follow up: spoke with computer mfr (ZT) - the video hardware is on the motherboard, not a separate card. They cannot comment or offer suggestions because "Windows 10 has not been tested on their desk top computers." I am thinking of going back to Windows 7...
 

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