I would advise anyone never, ever to use an "automatic installer program" for your device driver, whether it is a GPU, sound card or whatever the device is. Learn what your device is and how to manually download and manually install the correct drivers--it takes the same amount of time but can also save huge amounts of time by allowing the user to correctly install the correct driver the first time around.
It appears that you own a discrete R9 390-class GPU; so you should download this driver:
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Here's how to install your AMD drivers:
As I mentioned, there is one important caveat: ignore the following line, "Use the AMD Driver AutoDetect Utility to detect your AMD Radeon™ graphics card and Windows® operating system." Yes, ignore that. Instead, learn for yourself what model AMD GPU you have bought and use. Memorize it--it's very easy to do. The problem with autodetect software is that it is not nearly as smart as you are and so is heir to all kinds of silly mistakes that may cause the software to steer you to the wrong driver.
Last but not least, learn how to uninstall your AMD GPU driver software:
A good rule of thumb is to *never* ask a software program to do for you what you can accomplish much faster by doing it yourself...;) Remember, in most cases (we hope), you are smarter than the software you use, so if software should pop up and tell you something you know is not true, then you are not obligated to do what it tells you to do.
Good luck and I hope this helps! If somehow I have misconstrued your actual question then I'll apologize in advance...!