1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 27, 2016 5:05 AM by amdmatt

    Driver installed but VGA card not detected by Radeon Settings


      I connected VGA card to my PC. It was detected by the driver installer, which was the latest that I downloaded from AMD website. After installing I did check Device Manager and the VGA card
      was identified. When I started Radeon Settings it told me: Radeon Settings are currently not available. Please try again after connecting AMD graphics. But the fact was that VGA card was connected. The fan was running.

      I tried clean reinstalling many times, using DDU and AMD latest drivers but it didn't help. I even reinstalled my Windows 7 and upgrading to Windows 10 but it still didn't work. I tried to switch Graphics but the BIOS didn't have that setting, even upgraded the latest version. The PSU is 1000W so it must not be the cause.

      One small detail: My video card is Radeon R7 250. But it was identified as R9 M360. And I didn't use autodetect.