User account on Windows 10. You need to create new one, then login to this new user account and then update a chipset driver. I read about this method on Reddit and then checked by myself - it works.
Drivers are installed on the system so they are installed for all users. But for update AMD chipset driver, you need to create a new user account on your system, login to this new user account and then update. Otherwise you get an error "Error opening installation log file. Verify that the specified location exists and is writable."
You can google "amd chipset error opening installation log file" and read about this problem on reddit or even on this forum. So the problem is not only on my system.
The new driver is available 🙂
Small question, you uninstall the old driver before installing the new one? Or is it not necessary?
If so, how do you uninstall the old driver?
I can confirm the new chipset drivers 2.04.04.111 installation worked flawless for me. No uninstall no nothing, just run the installer!
A quick check in the device manager showed no problems, every checked component, e.g. PCI and GPIO drivers, showed the expcected "new" version number installed.
I would give this a careful "good work" AMD for fixing the installation, but with a grain of salt, as the stability of the drivers themselves need to be seen in the next few hours/days.