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Erikunscio

Onboard graphics error within driver install from AMD

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi all 

 

sorry i'm new at this forum and i really need some help

 

my computer specs are:

Mobo: asrock A320M-HDV

Procc: AMD ryzen 3-2200G 

Graphics: APU vega graphics 8

Mem: 8gb dual channel DDR4

PSU: generic 450W

 

so right now my computer dont act like normally due

 

as you can see from the picture there were some graphics issue because the screen are ghosting or flickering like crazy after installing driver from AMD.com or even from third party driver installation

 

but if the graphics driver uninstall it will be back to normal (microsoft standard graphics driver)

 

so whats the sollution for my problem ? I really dont know what to do now

 

thankyou for your help 😊

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10 minutes ago, Erikunscio said:

I really dont know what to do now

Did you use the mobo driver?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 hours ago, Radium_Angel said:

Did you use the mobo driver?

Mobo driver and downloaded from amd.com same problem

 

 newer build windows 10 same problem

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6 hours ago, Erikunscio said:

Mobo driver and downloaded from amd.com same problem

 

 newer build windows 10 same problem

If you have the knowledge, use a LiveUSB of a Linux distro, like Mint (very Windows-like) and see if you get the same artifacting. If you do, it's a hardware error


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Radium_Angel said:

If you have the knowledge, use a LiveUSB of a Linux distro, like Mint (very Windows-like) and see if you get the same artifacting. If you do, it's a hardware error

I dont know how to use linux or even install one sorry

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2 hours ago, Erikunscio said:

I dont know how to use linux or even install one sorry

Well then, its *possible* (judging from the artifacting in the image you posted) you have bad hardware, but without something like a spare video card (even a known good one) to test with, it's gonna be a trick to figure this out.

What happens if you install the driver from safe mode?


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