After a clean install of Windows 11, when I try to start Ryzer master I get an error with the following message:
“Ryzen Master cannot be started. Reinstall the program.
Here is the system specs:
Windows 11 – 22H2 Build 22621.675 - Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.22634.1000.0
Chipset Driver: Version 4.09.23.507
CPU: R7 1700x
MB: Aorus X470 Gaming 7 – Bios: F63c
Secure Boot: - Off (or On, same error)
fTPM off (or On, same error)
Memory: G.Skill 2x 8GB 3000MT/s – F4-3000C16-8GTZR
SSD: 970 Evo+ 512GB
Ryzen Master: Downloaded on 10/22/2022, Hash SHA256: e998ddbba7af72d4d6ae9e673e668c0e272d5646078a8119e429eb12d7657560
Checking the Event Viewer, I identify 02 related events, one of which being information and the other is the error itself:
I can`t find any solution for this. This happen even before the clean Windows install. I tryed to remove "\??" in registry but no sucess.
Note: Tryed to post the XML data but the forum did not allow.
Does anyone got any ideias?
Your processor is not officially supported on Win.11.
There is no Chipset drivers, RM download for Win.11
You might find a hack somewhere on the web?
Nice perspective. Never thought of that. But before this fresh install of W11, I was able to run RM. Shoud be a new feature on windows or on new chipset drivers that block the start up?
I'm gonna look for some hack.
UPDATE: since 22h2 they changed something with driver signing and some of them stopped working, i found a solution here, basically: