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Iwanttodie123
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So, i just built My new PC, everything working fine until i  downloaded new drivers for my GPU. After installing i rebooted and something went wrong and now i had no drivers , i got a message AMD:s software complainin about some 1603 error code and Link to fixing it, after trying everything and still couldn`t install new drivers i got always the same code. Then i read somewhere tuhat you need to be plugged to mb on onboard graphics to install drivers i tried to switch to onboard graphics from BIOS but there Was only the pci-e option??? I have tried everything and with no luck. So im at a point where i can only get Image from a GPU that has no drivers and can't install new ones.

 

Parts are: r9 nano, ryzen 3 1200, ab350 gaming itx, 16gb ddr4 3000mhz

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You don't have an onbaord GPU to use,  That is why there is no option in bios.

 

Do you have another GPU you can put in to get it working again and re-install the drivers?

 

EDIT: boot in safemode and use DDU.

Grammar and spelling is not indicative of intelligence/knowledge.  Not having the same opinion does not always mean lack of understanding.  

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Only Ryzen chips with a G at the end have onboard graphics, the main stream chips don't have integrated graphics. Try reinstalling the and software, a few people have had to do that since they released the new update

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welcome to the Linus Tech Tips forums!

 

looks like you have used the wrong chipset driver.

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Tried DDU in safe mode, still the same error code when installing.. pc shows on device manager a "pci-e device" but it seems that None of the drivers can recognize the device?

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