Run the installer from the previous version with Airplane mode on. Then install the new one as normal. Done. If you have Airplane mode on (internet off) it will disable the internet and prevent the old drivers from installing but it WILL uninstall them and clean it up. Then just run the new installer with Airplane mode off (turning back on the internet). It worked for me.
Same problem here, stuck at 0%
asking for a reboot to configure GPIO, reboot and then... same...stuck at 0%, asking for a reboot to configure GPIO...
If GPIO unchecked then just stay stuck at 0% for more than hour.
• Motherboard make & model: MSI B450 Tomahawk Max
• BIOS version: 3.50
• CPU: Ryzen 7 3700x
• Graphics card and driver version: Sapphire Pulse - S24C300 on AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT - 26.20.15029.15007
• Windows version and build number: Windows 10 Pro 1909 - build 18363.720
• Anti Virus installed: Kaspersky (protection switch off during installation of AMD chipset)
• Motherboard make & model: ASRock B450 Pro4
• BIOS version: 3.90
• Graphics card and driver version: NVIDIA GeForce 445.75
• Windows version and build number: Windows 10 Pro build 18363.720
• Anti Virus installed: Windows Defender
Bad chipset driver / 2.03.12.0657
I actually have the Error 1720 since a few iteration of the chipset driver now! It is not a new problem, but AMD obviously cannot fix the installer.
From the last few updates I found a very inconvenient solution by rolling back to amd_chipset_drivers_v1.07.29.0115. After installing this version I could usually install the latest one. Although this latest version is more awkward. I managed to install every single of the more than 20 drivers manually from the extracted package on c:\AMD.
System: Windows 10 Pro X64 v1909, Build 18363.752
Anti Virus: Windows Defender
AMD Ryzen 7 1700X @3400 MHz
16 GB Corsair 3200MHz @ 2933 MHz
ASUS Prime X370-Pro (Bios: 5220)
Sapphire AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT