Problem updating driver

Hi guys, everytime my USB mouse suddenly stops working after some time. Hello, Today a pop-up showed on my screen about updating my drivers.

Did anyone encounter the same problem before and managed to solve it? My problem is that the only drivers I can use up to now is the last one certified by Alienware dating 2010....

And I'm pretty sure Im already using the user account as the administrator. Hey guys, A few years ago I bought an Alienware M17X which has two HD Radeon 4870 mounted in crossfire (I know I should have bough a desktop but had to move quite a lot at the time).

System Info - See Your System Specs Have you Ran Windows Updates ?

It said that it was compatible for laptops with an Intel Celeron 1017U processor with Intel HD Graphics. It gave me this message, "This installation package is not supported by this processor type." I have tried: Uninstalling the OEM driver, and manually installing the generic driver.

(The computer reinstalls the OEM driver before I can try to install the generic one) Any help?

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Hello, i have an Acer Aspire V5-552PG laptop(im'a just gonna quote the specs on the laptop desk sticker)_______________________________________________________________________*AMD Quad-Core Processor A10-5757M with Turbo CORE Technology up yo 3.5 GHz*AMD Radeon HD 8750M with 2 GB Dedicated VRAM*15,6" Multi-touch HD LED LCD*Windows 8 64-bit (updated to Windows 10 Education 64-bit)*8GB DDR3 Memory*Acer Nplify 802.11a/g/n BT 4.0*1000GB HDD*4-cell Li-Polymer battery________________________________________________________________________The problem i need help with is that i have been trying to play general games like League of Legends, Skyrim, Doom etc but i for some reason have been getting a lot of lagg and fps drop, the first time i tried to do somthing about it, like updating the amd driver through the help guide program from AMD's homepage...

Affected Windows 10 users have taken to Reddit and Nvidia forums complaining about poor image rendering and stuttering issues while playing video games.

The simplest fix for this issue requires you to just restart the computer, after Windows Update has completed installing the video card drivers.

i tried to update to Radeon Crimson live (newest) but the update gets turned down by the error message saying "Error 174" and it shuts itself down.tips on how to fix this?

i would lik to have a normal message to someone and have them help me out, but doesn't seem like AMD runs like this (through Facebook for an example, maybe because too may people would use it..) but i hope to get some responses.