AMD Radeon R7 200 Series keeps crashing on windows 10 with the most up to date drivers, I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling but nothing works, when i run certain programs it causing windows to blue screen. any help?
I'm having the same issue. I'm wondering if installing the latest beta driver would solve the problem, or if it is even a good idea. I had set a restore point before installing the driver, so I was able to use system restore, but I imagine I'm not using my graphics cards full capability since I can only use the driver Windows Update installed.
Since AMD is not answering this post so far, I also posted a query at the XFXforce by opening a ticket in hopes they have a suggestion. Please guys, if there is no answer at this point we would appreciate it if you would at least say so. If you are working on the problem it would be nice to know. If you do not intend to fix the problem that would be nice to know. Just some kind of answer would be nice.
I've discovered another strange anomaly. The auto detector for AMD graphics hardware is not detecting the new R7 250 XFX Graphics card, but instead thinks I still have the graphics card that came with the original system installed. Apparently it has installed the driver for an AMD HD 7700 graphics card and seems to run fine on that driver. It's only when I run the installer to install the graphics software for the R7 250 XFX that I get the crash. It is my assumption that the same 15.7.1 driver software is supposed to detect and install the necessary drivers for whatever hardware you have installed. I am unable to run the catalyst installer without crashing Windows 10.
Clean Install AMD Graphics Drivers try this also try and download the drivers yourself instead of using the auto detect tool. I had problems with the auto detect tool on
one of my apu systems.
каковы ваши остальные характеристики системы?
The only thing that has fixed this for me, so far is using the beta driver 15.9.1. I am installing 15.10 now, since it is the latest, but I don't know if things will keep working or sieze. I will post my results, once I have an answer.
Good news. The 15.10 driver is running fine for the R7 250x. So anyone having this problem can try the beta driver if they don't mind the possibility that it may be incompatible with their particular machine. Remember that beta drivers are not necessarily tested as thoroughly as a stable driver, so you take the risk. I recommend making a restore point before installing the driver, so if necessary you can use UEFI to run system restore.
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