Never... They are to be avoided.Do you use any driver updater tool?
Check your drive using Seatools.
I assume by this you mean the driver?I've also made little observation, without Radeon software running game has not crashed today, but when I launched the game while Radeon Software active, it froze after while...
That's what I wanted to do yesterday. When you download graphics driver from AMD website it always launches AMD Radeon software, where you can change settings, overclock, etc. From my observation when games have crashed this "Radeon Software" was active at that moment but this happens only after PC reset and fresh installation of this soft, I didn't have any previous versions on PC and even selected factory reset option when installing AMD Radeon Software. Could you please tell what may be the reason of driver corruption?Hi,
sorry i've not been around. (currently about to move house so madness reigns lol )
I assume by this you mean the driver?
If this is the case try running the DDU again as it may have become corrupted:
Download Display Driver Uninstaller found here: Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) V188.8.131.52 released. - Wagnardsoft Forum
I'm unsure why, it's hard to speculate without actually being thereCould you please tell what may be the reason of driver corruption?
Soon I'll get new SSD and will fresh install Windows. I have no issues so far if Radeon Software is not running. Is house moving madness over? ^^I'm unsure why, it's hard to speculate without actually being there
Personally I'd try a fresh install not just a reset. The latest 2004 version of windows 10 is available to download via Microsofts media creation tool
Download Windows 10
Download it in iso form then use Rufus to burn it to either disk or usb
Download your drivers beforehand and pop em on a usb or spare drive.
Drivers for the system can be found on your motherboard support page I linked to earlier in this thread.
Thats where you'll find drivers for Realtek and chipset ect..
You can get the gpu driver straight from AMD as you know.
Well, since reset I only installed some drivers, Steam and Battle.net with their several games. Only two things that are running and came with Windows are Windows Security and OneDrive. Can OneDrive be a reason? )Thanks for asking.. But no.. Due to third parties being involved it could take over a month to get everything finalised but steadily working through it. I'd forgotten how stressful moving can be but hey what the hell.
That's so odd that the machine runs fine without the Radeon software installed.. I wonder if it's conflicting with something you have installed?
Are you running any third party software and if so what?
I guess it's possible but i doubt it.Can OneDrive be a reason?
They said:I guess it's possible but i doubt it.
Did Gigabyte ever get back to you regarding the RAM not running in certains slots?
On my system I have a Asus motherboard. When I bought the first one I discovered that certain spec ram ( Cas 14) wouldn't run in the default slots. I contacted Asus and they had me RMA the motherboard. The next one ran without issue so i do wonder if either your motherboard (or other hardware) is at fault. Hence my interest in Gigabytes answer...
Yes I'm gonna try swapping components during upcoming 2 weeks I guess.Well I'd say it's more likely your mobo is at fault due to past experience but I guess it's possible it could be the cpu?
You could always try reseating the cpu but in any case looking over this thread and the things tried it's very probable that it is hardware related.
Any friends you could borrow compnents from? Simply to see if swapping any components makes a difference?