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I had the problem where the ATI Catalyst Control Center or CCC won’t run after updating the drivers in Windows 7, removing all ATI drivers, files and folders with a driver clean tool and reinstalling didn’t work either, like it had in the past. 

After quite a lot of hunting and digging around various forums I finally found an answer, so I’ve made this post for google to hopefully find and help people that have the CCC doesn’t start bug in Windows 7 find the answer quickly.

The solution:

      Clear out the Windows GAC (Global Assembly Cache) of all ATI keys from Windows 7.

      Navigate to "C:\Windows\assembly" and set the folder to sort by Public Key Token. Delete everything with the Token "90ba9c70f846762e" (ATI' keys).
      You will need to have administrator privileges to delete them.

      Now reinstalled CCC.

      Try to run the Catalyst Control Center again. 


The information was found here:
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/mobility-radeon-drivers-support/186707-problems-installing-catalyst-control-center.html




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