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Question asked by owjaba on Mar 25, 2017
Latest reply on Mar 25, 2017 by black_zion

I was playing Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands and I got a pop up from AMD telling me to do a driver update so I did it. Then my second monitor went black and Ghost Recon Wildlands crashed. I was confused so I restarted my pc and my second monitor now mirrors my frist monitor but windows doesn't pick it up. I tried to play Ghost Recon Wildlands again and it says something about "Low video memory for the current adapter" and the games stutters and runs at about 1 FPS. I could play it at a steady 60 before this drvier update but now I can't. I also tried Rainbow Six Siege and it had the exact same problem. My PC specs include:

GPU: RX 480

CPU: FX 8350


Please help me with this. It's really annoying and I can't play the games I really enjoy playing because of it.