Okay i'll try to explain. In basic drawing mode, the 3D rotate tool blackout, I only can move the image, rotate Y or X or Z tools not work, just like picture above this comment.
In normal and advanced drawing mode, again, i only can move the image, even worse, the arrow rotate X Y Z or whatever you call it, not appear, like the first picture in this thread.
Sorry for my bad grammar
When you changed the options in the Preferences - Performance - Advanced Options section, did you close Photoshop and restart it before testing? That's necessary or you won't be testing what you think you are.
Assuming you have done so, if you have exhausted the various GPU options, I don't think you have any other options beyond waiting for a new and improved display driver. I suppose it's possible the Adobe folks might improve their code to make it work better on different setups, but generally speaking these kinds of things seem to be glitches in the display driver.
I just tried a similar operation to what you're doing on my Radeon HD 5670 with Catalyst 12.6 drivers and it seems to work okay.
I'd say there's a pretty good chance that if you can install Catalyst 12.6 on your system it will help. I assumed before that it might be a problem to do so since you have the M (mobile) chipset, and those are usually found in laptops. Laptops don't usually have the same options for updating display drivers as desktops.
Yes, i use this photoshop in laptop.
I just install catalyst 12.6, aaand it's working, but that only solved the luquify problem, not 3D mode tools. But there is a change, in advanced drawing mode, the Rotate X Y Z tools appear, but blackout like my second picture, as well as basic and normal drawing mode. So this is all because of M chipset? what is it? Can i fix it?