Hello has anyone have this issue? its not a big deal now since I "know" who or what had cause my power plan to "magically disappear" in win10 power plan settings. Running win10 power plan window and updating side by side I was curious and wanted to see if updating to the latest driver (custom, option clean install) will cause my Ryzen power plan to disappear and low n behold it did.
I now only have win10 default power plan no Ryzen power plan. To solve this issue I just need to go to Asus driver support and install the Ryzen power plan and chipset all over (again) I know this because I did this many times but didn't know who or what was causing this issue..I'm not frustrated or google searching "how to fix X" anymore as I now have my answer.
To save time is there a fix for this in the works?
You can reproduce this just rollback and run it side by side and you should see it unless it just Asus mobo..or my system.
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