I recently noticed there was a new version of StoreMI out. I had been using 220.127.116.11 for some time now and decided to update.
I first separated my linked drives, and then un-installed StoreMI. I downloaded 18.104.22.168 but it kept failing on installation, coughing up error 65536. I checked the installation log, but nothing stood out to me in particular.
I managed to find a little information on this board, which suggested I do a clean install of my GPU driver, that did not work.
I also updated my BIOS to the latest for my Gigabyte X570 board, and updated my AMD Chipset drivers.
I then tried simply going back to 22.214.171.124 - this then also failed and produced the same error.
In the span of a day StoreMI went from working just fine, to being absolutely impossible to reinstall.
I thought that maybe the Samsung driver for one of my Nvme drives was causing trouble, because during install this drive would automatically open in file explorer, after which installation would fail. So I changed this so the standard Nvme driver. No luck there either.
I'm all out of ideas, it would help if I knew what error 65536 actually meant.
Same problem here. There's been radio silence from AMD (aside from advising people to make sure only their C drive has windows virtual memory) on this problem for months, and google searches turn up nothing of value.
I'm going to try out the 30-day trial of Primocache.
Yeah it's 30 dollars but at least it's a life time license and has a lot more options and installation and set-up was a breeze.
Can someone share system ? to see what is causing issue..
It will be helpful to debug on this further...
I'd like to, what do you mean by share system? Do you mean configuration? I have an MSI B550 Carbon Wifi with the 126.96.36.199b bios (7C90v17), using the latest AMD chipset drivers and a Ryzen 5600x.