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Make and model of GPU card you are using? Also make and model of PSU, CPU/APU, and motherboard.
It is best to download your AMD full set of drivers from AMD Support rather than using the Auto Detect.
Make sure your Windows 10 is totally updated via Windows Update. Also prevent Windows Update from automatically installing drivers.
Use Windows Uninstall program to uninstall the AMD driver and related software. Then download and run DDU (Display Driver Uninstall) to completely remove all traces of the AMD Driver and its associated software. Delete C:\AMD folder if it is in the Root Directory. Also temporarily disable your internet from your computer. Reboot.
Try reinstalling the correct AMD FULL SET of drivers from AMD Support that you manually downloaded. If you continue to have the same problem, do the above uninstallation as mentioned earlier and reinstall the older AMD driver. Make sure Windows 10 is prevented from automatically updating your GPU driver via Windows update.