AMD PCI Express (3GIO) Filter and PCI Bus Driver requires manually updating.

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Watcher, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. srdjan1995

    srdjan1995 Member Guru

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    Yeah, I do know it's the best to have latest version installed, but so far I haven't noticed any difference in performance. Well, will see.. Anyway, thanks Watcher.
     
  2. someonelikeyou

    someonelikeyou Active Member

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    So I just updated these, couple observations though:

    This doesn't work at all, setup won't detect anything and won't install anything for me, I had to extract and manually go to each device I thought would be supported (guess work) in device manager -> update driver and point to
    Code:
    C:\AMD\CHIPSET-ReLive-16.12.1-SB-SATA-AHCI-Win10-Win8.1-Win7-64Bit-Dec7\Packages\Drivers\SBDrv
    (include subfolders)
    for the following devices:

    IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers:
    • SATA Controller
    • IDE Controller

    System Devices:
    • SMBus

    For the PCI Bus (System Devices) I had to go to
    Code:
    C:\Program Files\AMD\amdkmpfd
    and rename the files like someone here said and point manually as well.



    Quality AMD drivers™ they just work™ who knows what else needs updating
     
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  3. Dekaohtoura

    Dekaohtoura Master Guru

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    Where did you find the specific SATA drivers? Simply pointing at the SBDrv folder results at a "best drivers already blah blah blah" and the drivers on my system are dated March 2015 (!!!).

    Also, any idea about how I can update the USB2/3 drivers?

    I have updated the ASMedia controllers, but I cannot do the same for the AMDs.

    I apologize for the (slight) off-topic.
     
  4. someonelikeyou

    someonelikeyou Active Member

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    Yeah, SATA were inside SBDrv, make sure you check "include subfolders"

    [​IMG]

    No idea on the USB2/3 drivers, as I've said the only ones I updated were those I listed and it was all guess work.
     

  5. Dekaohtoura

    Dekaohtoura Master Guru

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    Still shows me that the March 2015 drivers are the latest...

    If there are newer, the only way to update them is by clicking the "Let me pick...." and then use the "Have disk" option and point at the exact folder that contains the driver (which one, though?).

    Anyway, thanks for the answer.
     
  6. slash_One

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    there's no new SATA ahci drivers for amd for 2 years...even for win 10 users have to install old win8 driver...
     
  7. Amx85

    Amx85 Master Guru

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    Driver Booster 4 does'nt update they?
     
  8. Passus

    Passus Ancient Guru

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    I would not trust any "booster" anything just comes with junk programs

    for the pci driver its in the gpu install folder under c:/amd

    rename the files as mentioned above then right click the inf file and click install reboot and you have the amd pci driver

    for sata and smbus download the chipset drivers which latest is 16.12.2 and update via device manager
     
  9. korennya

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    Since I was having issues with my 390 crashing alot I found that my PCI bus driver is also microsoft version from 2006. I tried updating in Win10 as shown above, but when I do I get driver install failed due to not digitally signed.

    I tried the drivers out of the WHQL 17.1 drivers and 16.2.1 drivers. What's the deal?
     
  10. Chastity

    Chastity Ancient Guru

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    try updating your chipset drivers
     

  11. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    Maby someone just do the trick and post a Rar or 7zip with all Drivers needed for AMD motherboard and chipsets.

    With directories:

    PCI bus
    SM Bus controler aka AMD SMBus
    AMD AHCI comp. RAID controller

    etc.

    It will be a lot easier.
     
  12. KyleStilkey

    KyleStilkey Master Guru

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    Here you go :)
    https://kascomputerservices.com/amd-chipset-drivers/

    Now this all comes from my 64bit system and from reading from the drivers it states they are for both 64bit and 32bit, which I'm not 100% sure if this is correct. If not let me know and I can easily fix this and put up a separate 32bit packages.
     
  13. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    thx :)
     
  14. warlord

    warlord Ancient Guru

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    Thanks for the thread. I've updated all 3 drivers now, I didn't know I can update PCI also. Butter smooth gaming now.

    BUT, I have a question. Now what happens with cleaners? Can I clean with DDU or will it remove my custom pcie driver from AMD and my system would become unbootable?
     
  15. Passus

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    You can safely use DDU and it does not uninstall the pci driver

    check the options at the top of DDU, off the the top of my head I think there is an option in there
     

  16. korennya

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    https://1drv.ms/i/s!AtWzlEN2dJ4Ui2FWOlQXxi_G4fUW

    That's a link to my current device driver listing. I think all the AMD specific stuff has been identified and properly drivered up, except the damn PCI bus.

    Now. I did have the PCI bus updated to amd drivers, then I used DDU and removed everything to try out 17.2.1 and now it won't reinstall the bus driver saying there's an issue with digital signing. I did use bus drivers out of whql package, not 17.2.1

    Going to give the bundled drivers that was kindly put up by kylestilkey
     
  17. KyleStilkey

    KyleStilkey Master Guru

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    If you're getting driver signature issues, it might be something more than as these installed across 5 of my systems without issues (2 running Windows 10 insider builds too)
     
  18. korennya

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    I used your package. Worked without issue. I have no idea why these worked and the ones I had didn't, but thank you for providing them all bundled up neatly.
     
  19. KyleStilkey

    KyleStilkey Master Guru

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    Glad to hear that this all worked! If anyone has issues or sees there is an updated version, do let me know and I'll keep the packages updated.
     
  20. slash_One

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    Hello, just noticed that 17.11.1 driver package has newer PCI bus driver ver 17.50. Inside the \Packages\Drivers\Display\W76A_INF\B319887\ or C:\Program Files\AMD\amdkmpfd\. There are 3 files, need to rename their extensions (.inf .sys .cat.).
     

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