interesting, i havent had any issues with that on 7 or 10 with an earlier version.
just wanted to ask you, why do you use windows 7 with such an setup? any particular reason? im currently thinking about maybe downgrading to 7 again.
This is my first real time trying it since plays.tv; busy start of the year, so can't recall if an older version still had it, or if I just tested on a game that worked.
To be honest, I just don't like 10, and the direction the design and internals are & have been going. Have to use it every day for work, and while it feels faster in a few things, the bugs are way too common. I could write an article on the subject, so keeping it as simple as that for now! I was also willing to pay for Windows 7 Ultimate, and have it fully licensed with security updates until 2020 - hopefully..
Ryzen on Windows 7 is running perfectly; the only thing that isn't working is VMware Workstation failing to launch any VMs, regardless of guest or host configuration, flagging a cpuid issue. Hoping it'll be sorted in a BIOS/microcode/application update, since using it was the entire reason for getting an extra 16GB RAM - at least I'm making use of it as a ramdisk at present
So long as you're ok with integrating the USB3 and NVMe drivers (if using a respective device) to a 7 image for the install, it's all good.
Confirmed this has been fixed in 17.4.2, here's hoping it doesn't return later