I recently built my first computer(yay). I downloaded the auto-detecting software on the AMD website for getting drivers, and then I tried playing Overwatch, however, I'm getting really poor results despite many benchmarks and gameplay reviews I've seen with the raven ridge 2200G and vega 8 internal graphics. I've changed things in the bios, I've set the VRAM to 2gb, however, nothing is changing...but then I tried opening the program "Radeon Settings", and I experienced an error message saying "No graphics card detected....blah blah blah", so I used the AMD uninstalling util and then I installed the auto-detecting software again, this time I ran as administrator. When it was looking for drivers on the loading screen, it finally displayed a message, something like "No drivers detected for your system"...or something like that. I don't know if maybe I didn't get the right drivers which is why I basically can't run Overwatch, or id there is something wrong with my APU. And what;s really strange is that the "unviersal", auto-detecting software for drivers couldn't find me and required drivers. What should I do???
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