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enter image description hereI can not find drivers for this product, and recently I have been having an error when resuming from sleep..."UVD not responding, trying to restart the VCPU!"

Is there a solution to this error?

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Seems like there are native drivers you can download directly from AMD (ATI).

       ss of website

How I found them

If you go directly to AMD's website you can search for drivers by product model number.

                 ss #2

Notice the choices I put into the driver picker pulldowns to get to the download page. NOTE: In case the download link I provided above doesn't take you back to the same drivers.

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I had attempted this exact driver before and got an error about my graphics adapter not being compatible. – guesy66213 May 5 '14 at 18:55
@guesy66213 - I'd need more specifics about your hardware then if this isn't the correct model number to diagnose further. The command line tool sudo lspci -vv will show you info specific to your hardware which should help with determining this. – slm May 5 '14 at 19:46
I thought I had it right. Anyways, here it is pastebin.com/fVH0gcDR – guesy66213 May 5 '14 at 20:04
@guesy66213 - you have 2 video cards an Intel and ATI. I believe this driver is correct for what the output is showing, are you sure it's not getting confused and trying to apply the ATI driver to the Intel I915 card? – slm May 5 '14 at 20:10
i don't know how I would tell and was unaware I had two video cards. I'm assuming the Intel is my IGPU because I know the radeon is a 2GB card. How can I know if it is doing it wrong? I'm somewhat new to Linux, as you can tell, and just trying to learn. – guesy66213 May 5 '14 at 20:13

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