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pokester
MVP

Re: Star Wars Battlefront II says i should update my driver to 17.7.1, but its updated to 17.10

Have you tried running DDU and then re-installing the driver? If not give that a go. 

elstaci
MVP

Re: Star Wars Battlefront II says i should update my driver to 17.7.1, but its updated to 17.10

I don't believe your R7-250X meets the requirement for Minimum GPU card for that game: AMD Radeon R7 250X Reportedly a HD 7770 Rebrand - Packs 640 Stream Processors, $99 Price 

Seems like the R7-250X is basically a rebrand of a HD7770 GPU card which doesn't meet the minimum requirement for GPU for your game: https://help.ea.com/fr-fr/help/star-wars/star-wars-battlefront/pc-system-requirements-star-wars-batt... 

Go to this website and see if your computer can run that specific game: Star Wars Battlefront 2015 system requirements | Can I Run Star Wars Battlefront 2015 

aeton
Adept I

Re: Star Wars Battlefront II says i should update my driver to 17.7.1, but its updated to 17.10

Thank you, it finally worked. I reinstalled a new driver version (again) and now the game detects it. I tried playing and it runs with high fps on low graphic settings, im happy with that! Thanks to everyone who tried to help!

pokester
MVP

Re: Star Wars Battlefront II says i should update my driver to 17.7.1, but its updated to 17.10

So glad you got it sorted!

Happy Gaming!

hardcoregames_
Big Boss

Re: Star Wars Battlefront II says i should update my driver to 17.7.1, but its updated to 17.10

aeton wrote:

OK, how does that contribute to solving my problem? I really dont know much about the topic.

AMD changed the way they design video cards. NVIDIA does the same.

The R7 250X has 10 CU (compute units) giving it 640 shaders. There are 40 TMUs and 16 ROPs.

That places it close to the Vega 11 seen in the R5 2400G APU.

The Volcanic Islands Series includes the R7 200 cards.

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hardcoregames_
Big Boss

Re: Star Wars Battlefront II says i should update my driver to 17.7.1, but its updated to 17.10

pokester wrote:

Southern Islands I believe. 

Volcanic actually

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pokester
MVP

Re: Star Wars Battlefront II says i should update my driver to 17.7.1, but its updated to 17.10

Not according to Wikipedia, the following are all Southern Islands:

A GPU implementing Graphics Core Next 1 (Southern Islands) is found on R9 270, 270X, 280, 280X, R7 240, 250, 250X, 265, and R5 240 branded products.

Volcanic: 

A GPU implementing Graphics Core Next 3 (Volcanic Islands) is found on the R9 285 (Tonga Pro) branded products.

pokester
MVP

Re: Star Wars Battlefront II says i should update my driver to 17.7.1, but its updated to 17.10

This article here shows them as being original GCN cards too:

https://www.pcmag.com/reviews/amd-radeon-r7-250x 

This article shows that it is a rebadge of HD 7770 which was GCN 1 too

Radeon R7 250X Review - Graphics Card - Tom's Hardware | Tom's Hardware 

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hardcoregames_
Big Boss

Re: Star Wars Battlefront II says i should update my driver to 17.7.1, but its updated to 17.10

pokester wrote:

Not according to Wikipedia, the following are all Southern Islands:

A GPU implementing Graphics Core Next 1 (Southern Islands) is found on R9 270, 270X, 280, 280X, R7 240, 250, 250X, 265, and R5 240 branded products.

 

Volcanic: 

A GPU implementing Graphics Core Next 3 (Volcanic Islands) is found on the R9 285 (Tonga Pro) branded products.

I can only go by what GPU-Z  shows

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