After the Radeon software 17.9.1 was released, I've downloaded and installed it through the program. However, after I've restarted my PC, I found out that I had an older version installed instead and the updates tab and the Czech translation were missing again, so I had to manually download the latest version from AMD's website and install it myself. This already happened before, but this was the first time after I've built my new PC and installed windows 10. The installation also froze two times (first time was when I've "updated" it via the software and the second time when I did it manually) and I've ended up with nothing but a black screen and a cursor on it, so I had to restart the PC and attempt to install it again.
Also, isn't the program supposed to download the updates and install them automatically if I've checked the keep my system up to date option?
"Also, isn't the program supposed to download the updates and install them automatically if I've checked the keep my system up to date option?" No. It's function is to notify you that a new update is available. Then it is up to you to read the "Read Me" notes to see what was 'fixed' with the update. If the 'fixes' do not pertain to your graphics card or any issue you may be having....there is no reason to install it.
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