Anyone else having problems with the latest drivers? I have run both and get the same issues. Even after safe mode DDU and clean install and uninstalling KB5013943. Bought direct from AMD, 6950XT. I have no other options since my card is not supported in previous drivers. My previous card was a 6800XT bought direct from AMD and had no problems at all. My PSU is a EVGA1KW Platinum and my crashes usually occur browsing online or just trying to open the AMD software itself.
AMD Software: Host Application
Stopped responding and was closed
5/16/2022 7:34 AM
A problem caused this program to stop interacting with Windows.
Faulting Application Path: C:\Program Files\AMD\CNext\CNext\RadeonSoftware.exe
Problem Event Name: MoAppHang
Package Full Name: AdvancedMicroDevicesInc-RSXCM_188.8.131.52_x64__fhmx3h6dzfmvj
Application Name: praid:AMDRadeonSoftwareDesktop
Application Version: 10.1.2.1929
Application Timestamp: 627473ee
Hang Signature: f31f
Hang Type: 2097152
OS Version: 10.0.22000.2.0.0.768.101
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Hang Signature 1: f31f96302b38402b5198ea34857bacfc
Additional Hang Signature 2: b744
Additional Hang Signature 3: b744666e597bc7ddbe63ebe0b7b8da94
Additional Hang Signature 4: f31f
Additional Hang Signature 5: f31f96302b38402b5198ea34857bacfc
Additional Hang Signature 6: b744
Additional Hang Signature 7: b744666e597bc7ddbe63ebe0b7b8da94
Extra information about the problem
Bucket ID: 577c4995212d5ba880f8d6a8b56dc15e (1222963318917808478)
Uninstalling AMD Link seems to have helped the AMD Software problem, but still get a random grey screen freeze which happens when browsing the web. I've noticed it happens the most when on Youtube. It doesn't seem to be a cooling or power issue since stressing the card with benchmark software and playing games doesn't affect it.
As I troubleshoot this further I found that it also will lock up with a grey screen randomly in Windows, even with no internet browsing. Per AMD's recommendation, I bought another M.2 drive and the full retail version of Win 11 since the Win 11 upgrade I did had other various system errors. The outcome of this was a thinner wallet and the same grey screen of death.
Since it's not a high power related issue I started troubleshooting low power issues and found an AMD compatibility setting in MSI Afterburner called "Disable ULPS". ULPS, ultra low power state, hmmm. Since I disabled ULPS I've had no more issues since.... I'll keep this updated if there's any changes.
Looks like this might be an issue with the latest drivers and Windows 11 Xbox Game Bar. I spent some time and used my 6800XT for a few days and finally saw it fail with the same grey screen of death. I noticed this time that the xbox game bar (which I never use) was what hung. I removed the game bar and and we'll see, time will tell.