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VirtualMaestro
Adept I

AMD Radeon RX 580 has a Adrenalin Edition 22.5.2 driver issue with OpenGL

Good day,
Video card: AMD Radeon RX 580 (Sapphire RX 580 Nitro+)
OS: Windows 10 x64 (latest updates installed by the time of writing)

Usually, I work with such tools that rely on OpenGL support:
- Godot game engine (https://godotengine.org/)
- Blender (https://www.blender.org/)

After the latest Adrenalin Edition update to version 22.5.2, they say there is no OpenGL support. I tried to install a couple of previous drivers, but it still doesn't work (I also did with the "Factory reset").

This is what Adrenalin Edition and GPU-Z show:

Adrenalin_Result.pngGPU-Z_Result.gif

(This issue is very similar to the one-year-old topic https://community.amd.com/t5/drivers-software/problem-with-opengl-rx580/td-p/471064)


It would be great if you could fix it with the next driver update.

Thank you

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(sorry for the long waiting, I didn't get a notification)
You were right. It was my bad - I've plugged by mistake both monitors (HDMI and DisplayPort) into the motherboard instead of the graphics card.
After I changed that, everything is fine.
Many thanks!

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dipak
Staff

Hi @VirtualMaestro ,

Thank you for reporting it. I have whitelisted you and moved the post to the OpenGL forum.

Also, I have reported the issue to the concerned team.

Thanks.

The OpenGL team wants to know if it's a multi-gpu setup. If so, please provide information about bios and other gpu. Also, please check the bios settings to confirm that AMD gpu is set as primary display/graphics adapter. 

Thanks.

 

On my system, there is only one external video card "AMD RX 580" and one integrated "Intel HD Graphics 530".
I've added a link to a full report of my system generated by "HWiNFO64" as HTM (unfortunately, this form doesn't allow me to attach a file).

Feel free to ask if you have more questions.

Thank you

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Thanks for the above information.

Please let us know about the monitor connection i.e., whether the monitor is connected to the DP/HDMI port on the motherboard or to the AMD GPU. If no monitor is connected to the AMD GPU, please connect a monitor to the AMD GPU and then try and share your findings.

Thanks.

 

 

(sorry for the long waiting, I didn't get a notification)
You were right. It was my bad - I've plugged by mistake both monitors (HDMI and DisplayPort) into the motherboard instead of the graphics card.
After I changed that, everything is fine.
Many thanks!

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Thanks for the update. It's good to know that the issue has been resolved now.

Thanks.

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