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BSOD each time amd have new revision date

Question asked by liz81 on Feb 9, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 11, 2016 by liz81

Every time AMD have a new revision date or a new version like when they go from 16.1 then 16.1.1, I would get a BSOD because I didn't install 16.1.1 when it came out.  My AMD isn't automatically updating itself so I have to come back here every week or month to be sure I have a new or updated version of the driver so I don't get a BSOD.  I get a BSOD about every month because that's how often AMD have a new revision date for the driver.  I don't think I should have to update the driver every month each time a new revision comes out.  Why does this AMD have a new revision date every month?  What can I do to keep from getting a BSOD each time AMD have a new revision date for a driver?

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