Thanks for the post. Perform a DDU uninstall of your current AMD drivers and then download the latest compatible drivers and that should fix your issue.
Hello, and thanks for the suggestion.
I have done all you said before. And I got the same situation than before of doing nothing.
I had never seen my CPU working at more temperature of 55 ºC cause nothing, only cause the "Task Manager" is now crazy . This has been first time, althought I have different CPU cooling much better than AMD processor came with into the packet.
Again, when I updated Radeon drivers, OS told me it had a faliure (something about "Radeon settings ... Wattman... recovered..." I had no time to read the fast notification before it dissapeared).
And little time after again this fast notification told me something about "too much PPP... " again no time to read and I don´t know what happened.
This update of Windows is the worst I've seen in a long time. It is a shame that Microsoft released this update "build 1607" without having tested before on different PCs with different processors. the damage they are doing to millions of users can not imagine.
I know all my hardware is working fine, and all troubles my computer has come from the OS.
Hello again. I have one new and I want to share it.
My PC APU AMD A10 7800 has an enhanced cooling system. Before this last update Windows 10 PRo 64 bits 1607, temperature of APU was from 19 ºC to 45 ºC and rarely, only when I was watching videos, it was about 50 ºC to 53 ºC. I was very glad with these temperatures.
After the last Windows 10 update, I observe APU temperature is normaly over 30 ºC and oftenly about 40ºC when I watch videos and the usage of APU is about 29% to 33%.
But, when I open a PDF file with Adobe Reader DC, APU temperature reaches more than 55 ºC and the usage of APU is about 75% to 80%.
When I close Adobe Reader DC, temperature goes down to 40 ºC again.
Now I feel myself afraid about opening PDF files, and try not to leave the PDF file opened long time.
This issue of APU temperature down Windows 10 PRO 64 bits build 1607, needs a solution as fast as possible. I don´t want my APU fryed.
55c is perfectly safe. Though I'm not sure why Adobe Reader would require such a high CPU usage, but that would be a question for Adobe to answer.
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Hello everybody there!
I have some good news.
before yesterday I updated my OS Windows 10 PRO 64 bits build 1607 and my Adobe Reader DC with the following updates:
1.- Actualización de seguridad de Adobe Flash Player para Windows 10 Version 1607 en sistemas basados en x64 (KB3194343)
2.- Actualización de seguridad para Microsoft Silverlight (KB3193713)
3.- Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool para Windows 8, 8.1, 10 y Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2 x64 Edition - octubre de 2016 (KB890830)
4.- Actualización acumulativa para Windows 10 Version 1607 para sistemas basados en x64 (KB3194798)
5.- Updated Adobe Reader to version 15.020.20039
Since these updates, Adobe Reader DC "save as" works PERFECT!!! as before OS 1607 Aniversary Update, also when I have an opened PDF file on screen.
My AMD A10 7800 now is working as before of the OS 1607 update, with low temperatures, less than 50 ºC, and doesn´t work as crazy.
Thanks everybody for listening my case.
Ketk Aiball (Spain)
Good to hear, thanks for letting us know.