With three updates in a row, I've had problems with updating to optional releases. I'm on Windows 10 64-bit Build 1803.
Here's some info from my Report.xml:
Hardware information Name Radeon RX 580 Series Manufacturer Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Device ID 0x67df Vendor ID 0x1002 Class Code 0x030000 Revision ID 0xe7 Subsystem ID 0x3418 Subsystem vendor ID 0x1462 Other hardware Existing packages AMD Problem Report Wizard AMD Display Driver AMD HDMI Audio Driver AMD User Experience Program AMD Radeon Settings AMD Settings Branding Packages for install
AMD Radeon Settings
AMD Display Driver
Final Status: Fail Version of Item: 2018.0827.1014.18428 Size: 150 Mbytes
AMD HDMI Audio Driver
Final Status: Success Version of Item: 24.20.13011.1009 Size: 90 Mbytes
AMD User Experience Program
Final Status: Success Version of Item: 10.0.1.07 Size: 1 Mbytes
AMD Settings Branding
Final Status: Success Version of Item: 1822.214.171.12437 Size: 20 Mbytes Final Status: Success Version of Item: 1.00.0001 Size: 1 Mbytes
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Hi, If your case is similar, you may be interested in the response that I received from AMD
In the specific case of laptops, it is advisable to use drivers, tools and components, adapted to be compatible with the components, features and specific functions of each laptop, which generic AMD drivers can not do.
We recommend that you access the Acer technical support page, which uses the model or series of your equipment, access the correct drivers for it. Before installing the drivers, uninstall the driver driver, or select the Custom Install option when you fix the downloaded drivers installer, and then select the Clean Installation option, if available.
My case isn't that alike; for me, my issue is on a desktop: optional upgrades almost always cause the installation of the AMD Radeon Settings application to fail. Express and custom installations where I kept settings, discarded them, or completely uninstalling the drivers, then had it install the new drivers and settings application, made the installation fail regardless.
How I fixed that was to launch the web installer and select to install only the AMD Radeon Settings application after it failed to install the first time. Hopefully this bit of info can help.