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Vega64 becomes Radeon Instinct M125

I have a MSI Radeon Vega 64 today that decided not to behave.

I have no idea what happened but when I connect my monitor to my onboard VGA the Vega shows up under Device manager as a Radeon Instinct M125.

This has happened once before and the solution was to uninstall the driver and let Windows reinstall during bootup.

I've tried this method and probably 4 or 5 other driver versions and nothing works.

Under "DDU" it states:

Detected: Radeon Instinct M125

GPU DeviceId: PCI/VEN_1002&DEV_6860&Rev_00

Detected Driver Version:  27.20.1034.6

INF: oem3.inf

INF Section: ati2mtag_R7500

Not sure if this is helpful but at this point it's all I got.

I can't seem to find anything on the web about this issue.

Anyone have any suggestions?


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According to your Hardware ID it is a Instinct M125 Vega 10 IGPU:

Screenshot 2021-11-21 073159.png

Can you please post your computer information like Make & model of your Motherboard, GPU, CPU/APU, Windows Version installed etc.

Is this a Laptop or a Desktop PC?

Can you upload a image of GPU-Z showing your GPU you have installed? That would be very useful to see.


Sorry for the delay. I was out of town.

The MB is an Asrock, CPU is Intel 7i, Windows 10.

Here are the GPU-Z screen shots.

Bios switch one and two.



Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated.



I don't know why it keeps showing that Server GPU card, Radeon Instinct M125.

Maybe AMD Moderator of Professional GPU card can shed some light @fsadough 

Generally if the AMD driver was installed correctly in GPU-Z several boxes at the bottom would have been enabled or check marked:

Screenshot 2021-11-29 090420.png

As you see only OpenGL is enabled and nothing else.

I have no knowledge of M125 GPUs so hopefully FSADOUGH can help. He might be familar with those types of GPU cards.


  1. Why is the BIOS Version in GPUZ show "UNKNOWN"?
  2. Where did you buy the card from?
  3. In Radeon Settings you can look up the BIOS Part Number. 

Not sure why its blank. 

Tried flashing the bios and doesn't flash. 

Errors out. 

The card is old. I got it when the Vegas first came out. 

Does anyone know where I could send it to get it fixed? 

I hate to throw it away. 

Please let me know. 



Is this a Used Vega64 GPU card that your purchased or was it new at the time?


I bought it new.