The problem appears if you’re connected to the internet when installing Windows 10, because the setup wizard automatically installs Microsoft AMD drivers, which could cause some problems with AMD’s drivers.
For example, after the detection phase, your screen will turn black and you’ll be forced to restart your computer, or you’ll simply get a “Detection Driver” error.
It prompts me to confirm: After I confirm, it puts up a loading indicator as if it's starting something up: But after that it just returns to the first image, as if I'd never clicked anything.
I think I had that once checked before, attempted to install said beta driver via raptr, and it did not install it.
I am running Windows 10 Pro and am using this video card.
Recently (within the past few weeks), Windows has been letting me know that there are updates available to the driver software in AMD Radeon Settings.
Quickly fix PC issues and prevent others from happening with this software: If you’re using an AMD graphics card you might face some problems after installing Windows 10 Technical Preview.
Some users report that when they try to to install their AMD drivers, the installation couldn’t be finished because of an error involving a ‘detection driver.’ Fortunately the solution for this problem is very simple and works not just in Windows 10, but in Windows 8/8.1 also.