Here are some possible fixes:
This one work for me:http://www.overclock.net/t/1262008/how- ... er-problem
Where Qtax wrote:
"Having Catalyst Control Center 12.6 (on windows 7 x64) I couldn't access the OverDrive page having the same issue as you.
The problem seems to be that in some cases CCC.exe doesn't have permission to access some registry keys. In this case it seems to be:
Here is another simple solution that fixed the OverDrive page for me:
In regedit navigate to:
Right click on the Settings key, select Permissions then Advanced.
Make sure your account has full access, and check "Replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object".
Click OK and OK to apply the changes.
Restart the CCC process (relogin/reboot/kill it)."
Second:http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/ ... 39497.html
Gary Mason wrote:
"Just in case this is still a query, all you need to do is run the control centre in admin mode. Right click and select Run as Administrator. Fixed it for me. "
Installed Trixx, used it once and got my pc to reboot when lowering the voltage too much
. I already like it but need to find out what it does to the dynamic voltages used for different modes the card works in.