Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by mylipho15, Feb 5, 2021.
For R9 295X2 card what should I choose?
APU or standard installation?
Well, a 295x2 is not an APU
use GCN driver, not Terascale
That is, a standard installation as I have been doing until now ..
Version 21.11.2 works great, I have not yet tried to perform an OC on it.
Thank you so much for the cooperation you are making for us!
Yes I asked anyway, because it's a CFX card
And was listed in the installation that this API is for MGPU performance and I thought it was MULTI GPU lol
Guys i installed this driver and now i get Inaccessible Boot Device, for the love of God help me, the though alone of formatting and reinstalling everything at this point is dreadful to say the least, i just want to uninstall the drivers from command prompt or in any other way possible, please help me recover my OS.
what is your OS and OS Build?
win10 latest update
Fail yourself to boot 3 times, once that happens you'll get the recovery screen. Boot recovery to your last save point.
I have no recovery file, that's one of the biggest problems, i either fix the problem or i format and spend 2-3 days to regain 70% of what i had originally.
This probably caused by AMD PCI Bus driver (amdkmpfd). You should delete the amdkmpfd folder inside Display folder before installing the driver.
Use this method to remove driver in recovery environment:
How to uninstall driver from recovery environment on Windows 10 • Pureinfotech
and find amdkmpfd (AMD PCI Bus) then remove
I was able to recover my browser folder from win10 to linux so i created a new account with my usual email.
I did that, i found amdkmpfd.inf and deleted that, it still doesn't work, do i delete all AMD related driver ?
try uninstall all amd driver from recovery environtment. I use newer 21H2 too and don't have problem like this
Is this a hard requirement? I have an old HD 5850 and Phenom II system on Win 7 I wanted to test on.
W10 is a requirement, yes.
Thanks for the clear explanation.
This worked great for my R9-390. In halo Infinite I went from an unplayable 15fps to 55fps! On low settings 1080p
Worked great initially on my R9 390 for Halo Infinite. 15 FPS on all resolutions (1024x768 to 4K) to 45-55 FPS 1440p, most settings on low.
However the main screen is now taking me 5+ minutes to load and I get a lot of crashes mid-match. Not sure if it's a driver issue but the game still seems very buggy. I know it's a beta but some of my friends with newer GPUs aren't having any issues...
On an R9 Fury with the same drivers and not getting any crashes here - is your CPU or GPU OCed?