I bought a brand new config :
MSI x570 Gaming Edge Motherboard
Ryzen 8 CPU
AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT GPU
I took my old HDD and SSD (which I already formatted)
I added a brand new M2
2 DDR4 8Go Ram 3000Mhz
650W PSU (I took the one from my old computer)
I installed a brand new Windows 10
I built this all up and it booted just fine
When I boot the computer it works fine. The 4 LEDs on the MB goes on & off like it should
When I look onto the Device Manager my GPU is not here, it says it's running the defaut ATI windows graphics
When I try to update the list of Devices it crashes
When I try to update the AMD driver (which I don't have any installed at the moment) it crashes
I flashed my BIOS to the last version available on MSI website (it went from 1.0 to 1.2)
When I look into my computer, my graphic card has the Radeon logo red glowing, the fan is spinning and the HDMI port on the GPU is working since I can see my monitor display what it's supposed to
I tried running this in safe mode, I tried switching PCI 1.0 port to GEN3 and then GEN4
I don't know what to do to make it so my computer "recognises" the GPU... Any help?
Thanks in advance
I've been having similar problems for the last few days... When you say "I try to update the AMD driver (which I don't have any installed at the moment) it crashes" are you sure the entire computer is crashing? or is it possible the driver is making your monitor unrecognizable?
When I install the AMD drivers my screen goes blank (no video source), but when I plug in an older monitor it appears to still work. Something about the newest driver is making my UHD 4k display incompatible. If I install an older driver the computer doesn't even recognize the Rx 5700 XT, so I don't have sound or proper screen resolution. If I install the newest drivers I get a landslide of incompatibilities, and crashing. I've tried installing a number of different ways, and different drivers. In some install attempts I get the computer crashing with the warning "Stop code: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION. What failed: atikmdag.sys".