I've checked basically everywhere in desperation and found only one answer which really doesn't help and that's why I decided to ask my question.
I have a new computer and it was working fine with new drivers until one day I just turned on pc and it was all blank after Starting Windows screen, so I found a solution where I can uninstall new drivers(15.7.1) and install the older version(13.12) which doesn't allow me to play newer games.
When I go to AMD Auto Detect utility it says I downloaded drivers, but it didn't do anything, it just goes to their website...(Picture update.png)
When I try to launch any game, it gives me error about DirectX 11 compatability.(Picture Error.png)
I remember pc coming with amd drivers that were outdated (I thought that I don't need them and threw it somewhere and can't find it because I thought I will be able to play normally with new drivers), but is it possible that those were tested and optimized for my gpu?
GPU: PCI-E XFX AMD RADEON R9 380 DD, 2GB DDR5, DP, DL-DVI-D, HDMI
CPU: AMD FX 6300
MBO: Gigabyte 970A-DS3P
RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 2x8GB
OS: Win7 Ultimate x64 SP1
The cables are plugged and working, I tested everything with that too. With this problem I guess you will recommend replacing the card, but if there is solution, please post it.