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wakizashi
Journeyman III

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

Tell this to 450w-platinum or gold psus man... cpu is 100w, mobo in case of hungry x570 is 70w, graphic card is like 180w, some drives, fans and you are still with 100w reserved. Also the watts noted are with 100% usage. Not the real life case in 99%. Also during installation, power demands are low, pc is practically sleeping, so is the psu.

Wattage means nothing really. Offer me 800w generic crap and 500w high end and will be ok with the 500w (vega56 is earing 250w) and running on ryzen ok with 500w psu...

I know amps delivered on 12v are important...

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taskforce131
Elite

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

use 

AMD Cleanup Utility

clean all the drivers and install again 

https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/faq/gpu-601

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okano14
Adept II

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

whats the difference of this s/w vs. DDU?

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jack3
Adept I

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

This is the driver that I was using for a long time without any issues with black screens. 

Win10-64Bit-Radeon-Software-Adrenalin-2019-Edition-19.9.2-Sep23

After upgrading to the latest I get crashing in BF5 and black screen flickering when watching videos in the browser. 

Issue I had with the old drivers was that it was not moderating the fan speed correctly and was making too much noisy. After upgrading the fan noise went down a bit. Still too loud though.

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mickeekung
Challenger

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

Please try this method.

 

 

Access violation errors (Exception code: 0xc0000005) can happen because of different reasons. Corrupted files being one of them. I was getting this error daily. After doing a fresh install of the drivers (DDU and factory reset), I'm currently testing whether or not giving RadeonSoftware.exe admin access will resolve it if it is indeed running into access issues.

 

I'm on day 3 with no black screen yet. At this point I'd do anything to resolve it. I also gave full access in the security tab and disabled windows "full screen optimizations". I have no idea whether this will work or not but it can't hurt. I'll do what I can until AMD finally fixes this issue.

 

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hardcoregames_
Big Boss

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

wakizashi wrote:

Tell this to 450w-platinum or gold psus man... cpu is 100w, mobo in case of hungry x570 is 70w, graphic card is like 180w, some drives, fans and you are still with 100w reserved. Also the watts noted are with 100% usage. Not the real life case in 99%. Also during installation, power demands are low, pc is practically sleeping, so is the psu.

 

Wattage means nothing really. Offer me 800w generic crap and 500w high end and will be ok with the 500w (vega56 is earing 250w) and running on ryzen ok with 500w psu...

 

I know amps delivered on 12v are important...

I use the Corsair HX1000i which is platinum efficient, unfortunately there are nothing under 750W that is platinum that I am aware of. A PSU is most efficient at 40% load.

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hardcoregames_
Big Boss

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

mstfbsrn980 wrote:

Your system will not work properly with 550w. It works with 650w but it may give error. It works properly with 750w. Buy a PSU with 750W with minimum Gold certification and that 12v capacity close to 750. Or you can buy a better PSU. If you read the forum pages a little, the vast majority of those who are having problems use either old or 650w variant PSU. And their systems crash. Your system will used for a long time. You put your system at risk using 550w. Weak PSUs can either damage itself or cause the system to overheat.

I don't like anything under about 850W of capacity

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nelegal7
Adept I

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

I have the same problem during installation.
Even if it turns out to install. That freezes on loading the operating system. And turns off after 2 minutes. I personally found the problem at home. This is not a power supply and what is offered above. Namely with a monitor. I advise you to find the oldest monitor that works only on VGA and connect via an HDMI-VGA converter. I tried a lot of things myself. But I realized that you need to either get rid of the video card, or from the monitor. Try a different monitor.

P.S In general, I have been sitting for 3 months since the purchase of the video card. You can install drivers until blue. I personally got tired of installing different editions of Windows. As well as AMD drivers. But I personally found the problem associated with the monitor.

I hope to go out into the city tomorrow and take a monitor. To show you how I have. And maybe I’ll close your question along the way.

У меня такая же проблема при установке.
Даже если получается установить. То зависает на загрузке операционной системы. И выключается через 2 минуты. Я лично нашел проблему у себя. Это не блок питания и что там выше предлагают. А именно с монитором. Я вам советую найти самый старый монитор который работает только на VGA и через конвертер HDMI-VGA подключить. Я сам много чего перепробовал. Но понял что нужно либо избавляться от видеокарты,либо от монитора. Попробуйте другой монитор.

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thatsmyname
Journeyman III

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

I have the exact same problem mate! I've been trying to fix it since 2 weeks. Have you found a way to fix it?

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itayabo
Adept I

Re: 10 days without a working driver for 5600XT

i rma the card , now works good thanks god

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