I am having some issues with the on board graphics of the ryzen3 2200g.
When I first built that PC I by thinking that for now i will use the on board graphics and later i will upgrade it to discrete GPU. But for some reason whenever i install the graphics driver after the bios post logo i dont see any thing the only way i could boot into windows is by going into safe mode and then uninstalling the graphics driver using DDU.
The method i have tried
I am really frustrated idk what to do next.
I had somehow managed installing the drivers properly by installing it manually but after 3-4 days the problem came again and now I am unable to install the drivers even by installing it manually.
Please some one help.
This is m,y first time using AMD stuff and i am having a bad experience.
Hi, sorry to hear about your troubles. You may already be using the correct driver and your issue lies elsewhere, but one of very common issues that happens with these APU's is people downloading the GPU driver instead of the APU driver. Sorry if you already have the correct one just wanted to point out this might possibly the issue.
my Pc specs
APU- Ryzen 3 2200g
MB- Gigabyte b450 M gaming
Ram- Corsair vengeance ddr4 3000mhz 16gb kit 8x2
PSU- Coolermaster 550watt
SSD- kingston 240gb
HDD- Segate 1tb
If the AMD clean install alone isn't helping I can really only think that it is time to enlist help from AMD tech support as already linked above and I would also ask Gigabyte your motherboards tech support on any additional ideas.
Before going into the next steps. I want you to disable some thing in Windows that is know to interfere at times. Honestly you don't need it and IMHO it more a pain than it is worth. If this helps you and you want to re-enable it you can after the driver is loaded and the machine is restarted.
Disable Windows 10 Fast Startup. You can google how to do it. Fast startup caches all kinds of old information that is know to introduce old driver info corrupting new installs.
Now lets try one more attempt at installing on a clean slate using a 3rd party utility that often helps better than the AMD clean install.
Make sure you have the driver for the APU downloaded not a GPU driver as I pictured before.
Download and run DDU from wagnardsoft_com. You will run this from safe mode while disconnected from the internet. Just follow the included instructions.
Re-Install the driver while still disconnected from the internet. Choose clean install if available. If not, that is good as DDU did its job fully.
Restart your machine.
If that doesn't help and tech support does or doesn't offer a solution, reply back here with what helped please and if nothing we will try and figure out a next step. We users try not to give up on finding solutions but our resources are really no better than yours. DDU works magic a lot of times so give it a go.
I should have mentioned it isn't impossible that none of this is software related. It is always possible it is hardware. If you do all the above I would suggest if you have another hard driver available for testing that you disconnect your current drive and load Windows to a clean install and see if you are getting the same issue.
I did all the stuff and but none of them worked.
I also swapped the cpu with another 2200g of my friends but it failed it.
I tested the motherboard it was fine too.
Idk whats causing this issue
Note I also tried the latest driver 19.4.1 but had same result
I'm in the same boat, have you had any luck with anything? Clean win 10 install and used ddu before installing several times, did an overnight mem test to make sure that wasn't the issue. No idea what to do now.
Okay so I think I just got it on mine. Asrock b450m mobo w/2200g and 2666mhz gskill ram.
1. Downloaded and put instant flash 2.2 bios update onto usb stick
2. I installed the chipset from the mobo disc
3. updated to newest chipset build from amd's website
4. Installed newest igpu drivers from AMD's website
5. Same issue, black screen after boot/crashing instantly at desktop
6. Did instaflash update on bios to 2.2
Whether or not this is the way to do it idk, but it worked. Boots to desktop and doesnt crash anymore, running on Vega 8! What a pita lol
I am having similar issues, currently I am using a dedicated GPU rather than Onboard APU.
This is not ideal but I don't have time to spend time on this broken platform. AMD should provide more stable software before releasing products