Hi, after a lot of problems trying to install this drivers; 1720 error, stuck at 0% and so on(although it seems to have installed anyway)
I noticed a weird thing when going thru my system and the installer package.
The installer says it installs AMD GPIO Driver 126.96.36.199.. But driver in package is 188.8.131.52... Is this an error?
And can we get to choose where to extract the drivers before installing.. I hate it when it forces itself unto C:
Oh, and how can I check what AMD Ryzen Powerplan is installed. Would be nice if the installer told what is already installed.
Checking the GPIO INF file, it says *124 aswell. Only the user is told its *126
Solved! Go to Solution.
This issue should now be resolved in the updated Chipset driver v2.04.04.111 which you can download here.
If you continue to experience the same issue with the updated driver, please provide the following information.
The same problem. Installed on a freshly installed Windows. Something installed, but still 0% and there is no message about a successful or failed installation with further actions. AMD how can you mess like that?
ASUS B450 TUF Pro Gaming
Ryzen 5 1600 AF
Windows 10 1909 64 bit
If it helps you can check here in Device manager;
AMD GPIO is AMD GPIO Driver.
AMD PCI is AMD PCI Device Driver(all three in my case)
AMD SMBus Driver is AMD SMBUS Driver (Obvious.)
The AMD PSP Driver can be found under Security Devices.
Right Click on the device and choose properties; then choose the TAB Driver and it should say what version is installed
This previous thread at AMD Forums a two Users found a fix for that problem: AMD_Chipset_Drivers Error 1720
Use Microsoft Uninstaller/Installer Troubleshooter (Attached to this reply for you to download if interested) and delete in the Root Directory C:\AMD CHIPSET folder.
Now see if the current CHIPSET installs without error.
Thanks for the heads up, we're looking into this.
Can you see if disabling your anti-virus before beginning the install helps?
I don't have any anti virus beside the one Microsoft provides with windows. One of my rig runs Malwarebytes anti malware, but no difference to the others without it