Read this article to learn how to reinstall AMD drivers on your Windows 10 PC. Usually, this is for display issues with our AMD graphics card.
How to Uninstall AMD Drivers on a Windows 10 PC
If you're having issues with your AMD drivers or want to reinstall them for a fresh start, then you can follow the steps in this article to uninstall them from your Windows 10 PC.
It's important to note that uninstalling your AMD drivers will not remove them completely from your system. You'll still need to use a third-party tool to completely remove the drivers.
- First, you'll need to open the Device Manager. You can do this by searching for it in the Start menu, or you can press the Windows key + R, type "devmgmt.msc" into the Run dialog, and press Enter.
- In the Device Manager, expand the "Display adapters" section.
- Right-click on your AMD graphics card and select "Uninstall device."
- You'll be asked to confirm that you want to uninstall the device. Select "Uninstall" to continue.
- Reboot your computer.
Your drivers will now be uninstalled. However, as we mentioned, they're not completely removed from your system. To completely remove the drivers, you'll need to use a third-party tool, like Display Driver Uninstaller.
How to Install AMD Drivers on a Windows 10 PC
If you have a Radeon graphics card, you need to keep its drivers up to date to ensure that it runs properly and stays compatible with the latest games. Here's how to install AMD drivers on a Windows 10 computer.
First, you'll need to download the latest drivers from this website. Select the drivers for your specific graphics card model and Windows 10 version.
Once the download is complete, open the file and follow the on-screen instructions to install the drivers.
Once the installation is complete, you should restart your PC to ensure that the drivers are properly installed and functioning.
That's it! You should now have the latest AMD drivers installed on your Windows 10 computer.
How to Automatically Update AMD Drivers
If you're unsure how to update your AMD drivers, don't worry—it's easy to do automatically. Here's how:
First, make sure you have the latest version of Windows 10 installed. You can do this by going to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and then checking for new updates.
Once you've got the latest version of the Windows 10 operating system, head over to the AMD website and download the latest drivers for your graphics card.
Once the drivers are downloaded, please open the file and follow the installation instructions.
Once the drivers are installed, you should be all set! Your graphics card will now be able to take advantage of the latest Windows 10 features and updates.
How to Reinstall AMD Drivers in Windows
If you're having trouble with your AMD drivers or want to start fresh with a clean installation, it's easy to do in Windows 10. Here's a step-by-step guide on reinstalling AMD drivers on your PC.
First, open up the Device Manager. You can do this by right-clicking on the Start button and selecting "Device Manager" from the menu.
Once you're in the Device Manager, find the "Display adapters" section and expand it.
Right-click on your AMD graphics card and select "Uninstall device."
Check the "Delete the driver software for this device" box and click "Uninstall."
Now reboot your PC.
When Windows 10 starts back up, it will automatically install the default graphics drivers for your AMD graphics card. However, these are usually not the best ones for your card.
To get the best graphics drivers for your AMD graphics card, you'll need to go to the AMD website and download the latest drivers.
Once you've downloaded them, open up the installer and follow the instructions.
That's all there is to it! Now you know how to reinstall AMD drivers in Windows 10.
BSOD When Installing AMD Drivers?
Are you getting a blue screen of death (BSOD) when installing AMD drivers on your Windows 10 PC? If so, don't worry - you can resolve this issue by following these steps:
First, you'll need to uninstall the existing AMD drivers on your system. To do this, go to Control Panel > Programs and Features, and then find and uninstall the AMD drivers.
Next, you'll need to download the latest AMD drivers from the AMD website once you've downloaded the drivers, double-click on the file to install them.
Once the they have been installed, restart your PC, and you should no longer experience the BSOD when trying to use AMD drivers.