Without any knowledge of your computer setup. This is the latest APU Driver for the Ryzen 2400g DESKTOP APU with Windows 10 x64 installed.:
This is the only one I managed to install but it seems to be buggy.
When I open Radeon Settings it says that there's an update available (18.2.1) and when I try to install it, the software asks me if I want to close the Radeon Settings and start the Installer and when I confirm it doesn't close Radeon Settings and displays a loading spinner that sometimes vanishes after a while and sometimes not (need to be finished from task manager).
When you install the latest APU driver. Be sure to delete C:\AMD Chipset or something similar. Also be sure your Windows is totally updated via Windows Update.
The latest for the Vega64 Driver is 18.2.1. You can download it from here: Desktop . Under "Optional Downloads" it has a newer APU Chipset download:
NAME FILE SIZE REVISION NUMBER RELEASE DATE DOWNLOAD LINK AMD Chipset Drivers 67 MB 18.10.b 3/12/2018 *DOWNLOAD Description:Supports Windows® 7/10 for
7th-Gen AMD A-Series Processors
AMD Ryzen™ Desktop Processor
AMD X370 Chipset
AMD B350 Chipset
AMD A320 Chipset
Windows® 10 only for
AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ Processor
AMD Ryzen™ Desktop Processor with Radeon™ Vega Graphics
AMD X399 Chipset
AMD Chipset Drivers
AMD Ryzen™ Balanced Power Plan
Even when I install the AMD Chipset Drivers, the RX Vega 11 Graphics displays Code 43 on its status.
When I try to install the recommended Radeon Software (18.2.1) I see this screen:
The message says: "Unable to locate drivers for your system.". It happens regardless I delete C:\AMD folder.
I tried to install the most recent drivers twice with a clean Windows 10 installation and I had the same issues.
The WHQL version is the only one that worked but Ryzen's graphics units are not working due to the code 43 issue.
I really don't know if these units should work with a Vega 64 card installed because I'm not sure if the APU Vega cores can communicate with the GPU ones.
Good question. Maybe one of the Moderators can shed some light on this issue.
I don't know if the APU with Vega driver may be interfering with the regular Vega64 driver.