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Sapphire 570 nitro++ windows won't recognize it.

Daniel_R
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hi guys, 

been having one of a kind issue here lately in this build.

the windows won't simply recognize any of the drivers I try to install and even amd auto software thing won't let me install the drivers, and then when sometimes it does let me install the drivers, 

there is a message saying ' no amd graphics driver ins installed, or the amd driver is not function properly. please install the amd driver appropriate for your amd hardware.'

which I did. I tried to install the radeon 570 specific driver.

other than sticking a different GPU here. not sure how to get around this.image.thumb.png.ca620f8ff392c5181ea58896d2cf895b.png

many thanks in advance

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Have you tried using DDU to attempt removal of broken drivers?

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17 minutes ago, Daniel_R said:

 

But it boots into windows and does video output?

You could use ATI flash and put it's latest bios on it from the techpowerup database

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it does boot into windows and it works fine, but I cant access to the gpu or install anything

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1 minute ago, Daniel_R said:

it does boot into windows and it works fine, but I cant access to the gpu or install anything

I'm gonna assume this is a used card 

If it is make sure it has a consumer firmware not a mining one or something else 

So flash it with a consumer firmware 

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it is a used card yes, okay I will have a look at that, thank you !!

 

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47 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

I'm gonna assume this is a used card 

If it is make sure it has a consumer firmware not a mining one or something else 

So flash it with a consumer firmware 

I tried to upload the firmware using the atiflash from techpowerup, but as soon as I upload the file it crashes and it wont load up, so I need to reset the pc

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Just now, Daniel_R said:

I tried to upload the firmware using the atiflash from techpowerup, but as soon as I upload the file it crashes and it wont load up, so I need to reset the pc

Check this video 

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it finally worked, ffs it was such a pain in the arse. I never ever done anything similar to this but it worked and its fine now, finally managed to install the driver, it was indeed a different firmware in the gpu chipset

so with the softwares and some twitches here and there, it works now

ty guys

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26 minutes ago, Daniel_R said:

it finally worked, ffs it was such a pain in the arse. I never ever done anything similar to this but it worked and its fine now, finally managed to install the driver, it was indeed

GPU-Z would have been able to tell you what kind of bios on it potentially.


It probably had a mining bios on it.

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