I have radeon 560 graphics card in my pc, i try to install drivers and they dont work when they are done intstalling i get Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43) and when i try to open radeon settings i get this. in both pictures this is what i get anyone know how to fix?
All those NVidia drivers ?. Shutdown your mining for updating the driver ?
I agree with Goodplay, your first stop is to uninstall all the Nvidia stuff if possible, the report doesn't show whether you have Nvidia HW installed or not, so if you don't, definitely uninstall all of that stuff, and I'd run DDU and set it for Nvidia Uninstallation, then also do an AMD removal as well. Then try to do a clean install with the AMD driver package you downloaded. Let us know how it goes! The mining software you have should be OK, but I definitely would not run GETH while trying to install the driver package.
Cheers, hope you can get it working, let us know!
Hmmm interesting. Was this 560 used heavily for mining or purchased on the "used:" market by chance? I'm wondering if it took a beating doing some mining and is now having issues of some sort, have you tried a BIOS update/flash of this card?
Since you tried two different systems for this with the same result, that is why I'm thinking there may be an issue with the card itself hardware wise. The only thing you can try to do is completely uninstall the drivers again, and allow windows to try to manually update the drivers with WHQL drivers from Windows Update, there is a possibility that your Windows DriverStore device drivers for Radeon are messed up, but on two different systems, that would be odd, unless you are doing something else that is possibly being replicated on the other system by way of how you are doing things. Use the Device Manager to uninstall the video card, be sure to check the box that says "Uninstall Software/Drivers for This Device" and continue to uninstall the video device, whatever it appears to be until you just end up with the MS Basic Renderer device, and you can no longer click a box for uninstall software/drivers. Once that is all done, restart the PC, check in device manager again the status and what device it is, right click on it, and click on Update Drivers and then "Search Automatically..." try to note whether it seems to be installing from a local driver, or if it is downloading them from Windows Update.
Let us know how it goes...Thanks!
Geez I keep forgetting things and it won't let me edit posts for some reason, anyway, kind of a 101 question, but you do have the 6-pin power connector (possibly 8 pin depending on model) connected to the GPU card right?