Follow the links and it should take you directly to a download page for all the latest drivers and software for your model that are certified by HP.Your latest AMD graphics driver should be listed there and should also be v. -------------MS Windows 32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox 32.0 * IE 9.0 * NIS 2013 v.

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It stopped only when I disabled SSD Monit Application in my Startup.

Without doing this I was just not able to work and browse to search for a solution as the BSOD's kept happening one after the other.

Thereafter i went through the many threads in the forum relating to this problem, however, I just kept getting lost jumping from one link to another in the messages not knowing what would be the fix.

Go to the MS support article here for KB2670838 and expand the section titled .

Scroll down to the section for HP Pavilion g6 computers and note that the recommended driver for the AMD Radeon HD 6470M is v. Check your current driver version (see here for instructions) and If your current driver is older than this version just click the blue link for v.

8.882.2.0 driver the in the support article and it will redirect you here to the correct installer.If you want to confirm that this is the correct driver for your computer, type in the full model number of your Pavilion g6 here on the HP Drivers & Downloads site.I tried updating the driver by installing AMD Catalyst program but the device driver was not installed properly. " mark on both the display adapters in device manager. This will check your Windows installation and try to correct any errors it finds.I have now uninstalled the Catalyst program and ran Windows update to remove the "! There is one optional update under Windows Update for Graphics driver for 75.4Mb, I tried to install this twice, but it failed. pritamdatta wrote: I tried updating the driver by installing AMD Catalyst program but the device driver was not installed properly. " mark on both the display adapters in device manager.The file attached perhaps provide the information that may help in resolving this error. There may be some corruption of your Windows installation. I have now uninstalled the Catalyst program and ran Windows update to remove the "! Hi pritamdatta: If the system file checker (SFC) doesn't find a problem with your OS, your BSODs indicate a possible problem with the igdpmd64driver for your graphics card.I have a HP Pavillion g6 notebook running Windows 7 Home Basic. This might be related an older Windows update KB2670838 that affected certain Win7 computers with a combination of Intel and AMD video cards in a hybrid (switchable) configuration - see the post here.