07-29-2015 11:32 AM
Are you at 15.200.1065.0?
I just had that problem this morning, followed the above instructions about safe mode, downloading the file from AMD etc, still blue screened, like you, after a brief period. So I disabled the device then went to Update Driver, took it to 15.200.1065.0 and all is fine since then.
07-29-2015 11:52 AM
07-29-2015 11:53 AM - edited 07-29-2015 11:56 AM
Windows 10 Lenovo Y40-80 Fix
I was getting the internal power error blue screen after about 30 seconds after Windows booted up. The issue is related to the AMD Radeon R9 M275 graphics card drivers. The goal in this fix is to disable the AMD R9 device. Locate the updated catalyst software from AMD and then update the new driver from the web.
Go back to into the device manager where the AMD Radeon R9 M275 was disabled. Left click on the device and back into the driver tab. Left click to update the driver. Allow microsoft to go to the web and install.
My version was updated from 7/21/15 version 15.200.1065.0
So far everything is working pretty solid. No Blue Screens! I hope this helps someone out there.
07-29-2015 12:12 PM - edited 07-29-2015 12:22 PM
1-Go to safe mode
2-Uninstall completely the AMD Drivers
(a-Open Device Manager, right click on the AMD Radeon R9, left click on Uninstall, check the box to uninstall Drivers, click OK.
b-Then click on Refresh so that it comes back up as a Unknown Display Device, right click on it and Disable it.
c-Open Windows Explorer, Delete the C:\AMD Folder)
Reboot into windows 10
Go to Settings:Apps & Features: Click on AMD Catalyst Install Manager and an uninstall box will appear under it just click on it and uninstall it (if it's still there after you tried to uninstall it from the safe mode) if not go to next step
Download the LENOVO windows 10 driver ONLY NOT THE AMD CATALIST DRIVER FROM The AMD SITE
the LENOVO AMD R9 M275 driver can be found here :
Install ....Reboot...and My lenovo Y40-80 works with windows 10 with the amd card enabled
Good Luck all you Technicians Out there
lenovo Canada and US 1-877-453-6686
AMD Canada 1-877-284-1566
07-29-2015 12:34 PM - edited 07-29-2015 12:34 PM
@spikssane Try going in the Bios and turn off switchable graphics into the other option. That let me go to the safe mode using the shift restart method. However, I'm still crashing after the update to the new AMD drivers.
07-29-2015 12:40 PM