AMD has a program that automatically checks your video card drivers against the latest driver release and notifies you if there's an available update.
AMD Driver Autodetect makes updating your video drivers seamless and even easier than it's ever been.
You can simply download it and run it whenever you want, but I'm all about saving mouse-clicks and shortcuts. I have the file stored in my "C:\Program Files (x86)\" directory. Then I created a shortcut to it and placed that shortcut in my Quick Launch directory.
By the way, if you're new to Windows 7 and you're wondering where that Quick Launch directory disappeared to, you can find it buried in:
C:\Users\Your User Name\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick LaunchSo, right click your taskbar, go to "Toolbars" and where it used to be in Windows XP you now need to select "New Toolbar". Once you select that, navigate to the above path. Then you'll have your Quick Launch bar into which you should then place the shortcut to the AMD application.
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Download the file here.