Well its been updated to work with Windows 10.
Also why do you say this with such authority? AMD state otherwise I contacted AMD by phone and was given a reference number.
AMD replied 'When resources are available we can look into this issue'
AMD didn't state that the game was too old, I believe they tried to say that our resources are full at the moment.
You haven't even once tried to put any logical input into the Settlers III thread. You just repeat the same excuse with all due respect. At least try and help the situation.
I've said many times that it works when you setup an Eyefinity profile with two screens, but it duplicates the display.
Which is exactly what I said.
We cannot devote any resources (which are fully utilized) to debug issues with a game launched in 1999.
Unfortunately, I have no idea how to answer your question.
Regarding you comment on how I can make these claims with such authority, I can do so since I have directly contacted the driver engineering team and reported back the response I received.
Any chance you could pass the question on to the driver team please?
I only asked because I get one explanation over the phone and another explanation on the forum.
I have a new build Intel , X99A MSI with R9 390 Gaming 8GB. Just finished initial Windows updates. No gaming yet and I get the Host APP stopped thing . I have Win 7 Pro 64 bit OS. Text of error :
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: RadeonSettings.exe
Application Version: 10.1.1.1622
Application Timestamp: 56f001ba
Fault Module Name: Qt5Qml.dll
Fault Module Version: 18.104.22.168
Fault Module Timestamp: 558c716c
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 0000000000123a9c
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: dab9
Additional Information 2: dab9be497a18aabf96cca78752346ebd
Additional Information 3: 144c
Additional Information 4: 144cf0f7b0a2133f68026681935948e6
Is there a fix that works or do we go back to last driver ?
Are all the relevant 'optional' and 'recommended' updates installed from Windows Update? These would include the .netframework and C== upgrades.
Is your Power Limit set to it's highest + value? (Slider all the way to the right)