I forgot system specs:
Asus Crosshair VI Hero
16GB G.Skill TridentZ CL14 DDR4
MSI RX 480 Gaming X 8GB
16gb Team group 2400
Powercolor RX 480 8GB
Win 10 Pro 14393.969
I'm reporting the same issue. Same error code.
ASUS Crosshair VI
16GB G.Skill Tridentz
Same issue. Power plan doesn't show up.
Same issue here, however in my case I'll take a wild guess and say it's because I'm on an Enterprise Win10.
After the UAC pop up it does nothing for me .
MSI B350M Mortar Arctic.
32GB G.Skill Trident Z (F4-3200C14D-32GTZKW).
AMD R9 290.
Windows 10 Enterprise N LTSB 64Bit.
Continue to use the Windows default High Performance. It yields better performance than AMD's power plan in all the games TomsHardware tested except for Mafia III, and even then it was a 0.5% difference.
True, but that doesn't address the problem of the power plan refusing to install
Why would you want to install something which results in lower performance?
In my case because I want to gain the benefits of it without having to use the high performance plan all the time, and this option solves that particular problem, or at least it would if it would install.
I shouldn't have to use the high performance plan to get a reasonable level of performance when the balanced plan is supposed to provide that along with it's energy saving features, even though at the moment the default balanced plan actually hampers performance quite a lot. Nor should I have to switch between power plans when I want to do a low intensity task like browsing the internet or a high intensity task like playing a game.
I'm clearly not the only person who wants to use AMD's new balanced plan, and they were nice enough to provide it gratis, however for some of us it clearly doesn't work, hence this thread.
Yes I am getting same error.
AMD 1800x with H100i
MSI X370 SLI PLUS
32GB G.Skill Trident Z (F4-3200C14D-32GTZ
Seagate 2 + 3 TB drive
NZXT H440 case
Had the same issue was on Win 10 Pro not Creator, updated to new Win 10 Creator update now it shows up in Power saving profiles.
I can also say that installing win 10 1703 (15063.13) solved the problem and the power plan is now working
Shame Enterprise doesn't have that update .
Least that's a fix for most people.
Same issue here.
Gigabyte GA-AX370-Gaming 5
Kingston HyperX Fury Black 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4-2133 Memory
Sapphire NITRO Radeon R9 390 8G
Windows 10 Pro (version 1607, OS Build 14393.953)
Resolved issue after reinstalling Windows 10. Currently on Version 1607, OS Build 14393.447
Not an ideal fix, but something must've changed between versions/installs.
I installed the Ryzen Power Plan in the Windows 10 Pro Anniversary Edition.
However, upon updating to the creators edition, the Ryzen Power Plan does not appear. It will not install in this version
Motherboard: Crosshair VI Hero
Processor: AMD Ryzen 1800X
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro x64 Creators Update
Memory: G. Skill F4-3200C14D-16GTZR
Graphics: ASUS ROG Strix RX 480
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In the Creators W10 upgrade, the AMD Ryzen power Plan was hidden behind a link to show additional power plans. You need to reactivate the Ryzen plan after the upgrade
I read that there was a work around but with the lack of technical support from AMD, I think the power plan profile has very little benefit.
I got the same error when I tried to install the Ryzen Power Plan. However I was also getting errors when I tried to install some other programs too. I finally got tired of getting errors installing software so I reinstalled Windows 10.
I tried again to install the Ryzen Power Plan. This time It worked. It shows up as "AMD Ryzen Balanced". Unfortunately like the regular Balanced plan my CPU always runs at 4.0GHz. That is because I used AI Suite 3 to overclock my system.
Asus Prime X370-Pro
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB)
Win 10 Pro Build 14393.447
Note the Windows 10 Creators Update is Build 15063. It will officially be released tommorrow (April 11).
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I'm running a Ryzen 1600 AB350 chipset using Windows 10 Education (which is basically Enterprise).
Installed the driver update but the power profile didn't appear.
Unpacked the driver file using 7-zip to a folder I named chipset. Located the RyzenPPM.msi in chipset/packages/apps.
Ran the msi.
Windows defender would not allow the program to be run.
Ran the msi.
Presto. RyzenPPM.msi installed.
Located it in power settings and turned it on.
Hope this helps.
Let me clarify: I ran ryzenppm.msi directly, not the entire installer. I don't think the entire installer recognizes that it needs to install the ppm if the flags for the other updates are already set (that's if you've run the driver install already) because the ppm never shows up in custom install or as an update needed.
Thank you for posting this, it was extremely helpful.
I ran into the problem after not being able to switch power plans and restoring the default schemes.
I had to select 'repair' after running RyzenPPM.msi for it to work again.
I can not locate this file anywhere. I looked in the driver folder (extracted AMD folder in C) as well as the downloaded / extracted setup folder. No RyzenPPM. I really wish they'd just release this seperate, or if someone would post this "RyzenPPM.exe" (or .msi) if AMD is unwilling to do so. Getting tired of wrestling with this every single time I reinstall Windows.
I'm having this problem now, yes I have Creator's Update, but also have Fall Creator's Update. I wrestle with this every time I reinstall Windows. This time I'm not able, even using different chipset drivers. ***?