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When I install AMD GPU drivers the screen goes black.

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15 hours ago, Windows7ge said:

Hmm...did you try putting the GPU in a different slot?

 

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Continuing to sound like a GPU problem since a clean install did nothing.

THE DIFFRENT SLOT WORKED IT F***ING WORKED THANK YOU GUYS I AM SO HAPPY

btw i bought this card damaged like it doesnt install drivers and all and i though i could fix it and i did it was like 1/3 the price of a normal working one almost 2 days WORTH of doing and researching ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU @TofuHaroto @Windows7ge FOR ALL YOUR HELP I WORKED THAT DIFFREWNT SLOT WORKJSAEEDCSD d

Just now, TofuHaroto said:

they are 

and technically it will work ( it uses the same chipset )

as i said if you can't find the exact model just flash it with this one 

ok but there are two versions one the vtx3d and one vertex3d which one should i use they are the same brand and all 

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/129617/129617 i am thinking this one bc it looks exactly like my card

 

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Is this a old or fresh windows install? What build?

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Just now, Skyblueborb said:

vertex3d

iirc you said the vertex 3d 

then then one. 

looks like it and the power color have the same bios 

so both wont hurt 

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Just now, TofuHaroto said:

iirc you said the vertex 3d 

then then one. 

looks like it and the power color have the same bios 

so both wont hurt 

ok i once read through like a guide to flashing a vbios. you most probobaly have to make a dos stick an all right?

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1 minute ago, Windows7ge said:

Is this a old or fresh windows install? What build?

windows 10 just updated to the newest version thinking it might help. And how can i tell the build number?

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1 minute ago, Skyblueborb said:

you most probobaly have to make a dos stick an all right?

Gamer Nexus made a video about flashing a card.

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1 minute ago, TofuHaroto said:

Gamer Nexus made a video about flashing a card.

Thanks for the link tommorow i will do it i dont want to do it all night. Btw thank you for ur help really man thanks

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Just now, Skyblueborb said:

Btw thank you for ur help really man thanks

no problem 

good luck :D

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Just now, Skyblueborb said:

windows 10 just updated to the newest version thinking it might help. And how can i tell the build number?

Go to start,

Type "cmd" (no quotes)

Hit Enter.

Now type "winver" (no quotes)

This will bring up a pop-up menu with Windows version information including the build.

 

I'm just wondering if it could be a software conflict caused by an old install. Sometimes a fresh install can fix issues like this if you have a spare HDD/SSD you could test the theory with. Otherwise I'm starting to suspect your GPU has gone defective.

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Just now, Windows7ge said:

Go to start,

Type "cmd" (no quotes)

Hit Enter.

Now type "winver" (no quotes)

This will bring up a pop-up menu with Windows version information including the build.

 

I'm just wondering if it could be a software conflict caused by an old install. Sometimes a fresh install can fix issues like this if you have a spare HDD/SSD you could test the theory with. Otherwise I'm starting to suspect your GPU has gone defective.

yeah i was thinking of doing it i already had a windows 10 iso so tommorow i will try it before the flash

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12 hours ago, Skyblueborb said:

yeah i was thinking of doing it i already had a windows 10 iso so tommorow i will try it before the flash

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ok so i tried Pop OS and Ubuntu (which i thought would work bc of the drivers) and it was a black screen the same when i apply the drivers on windows 10. I think i am doing the flash without the new windows install.

 

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4 hours ago, Skyblueborb said:

ok so i tried Pop OS and Ubuntu (which i thought would work bc of the drivers) and it was a black screen the same when i apply the drivers on windows 10. I think i am doing the flash without the new windows install.

 

Ok so the vbios flash did not happen bc it said that vbios version is already flashed so I could do anything so it is t the mining vbios so I am installing a new windows 10 version on my game HDD

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43 minutes ago, Skyblueborb said:

Ok so the vbios flash did not happen bc it said that vbios version is already flashed so I could do anything so it is t the mining vbios so I am installing a new windows 10 version on my game HDD

maybe this file can help if you search "cannot" it mentions like "ativvaxy_FJ.dat" from the driver that isnt in there

 

 

setupapi.dev.log

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I had this problem with a used gigabyte cars I bought. I baked it. It disappeared xD. Card works fine in 2D mode, so in safe mode in windows. As soon as you install the drivers and go 3D mode, it does cause it's not working. 

Still using the very same card now 5 years later. 

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5 minutes ago, Edgar R. Zakarian said:

I had this problem with a used gigabyte cars I bought. I baked it. It disappeared xD. Card works fine in 2D mode, so in safe mode in windows. As soon as you install the drivers and go 3D mode, it does cause it's not working. 

Still using the very same card now 5 years later. 

What do you mean you baked it? Did you ever fix it?

 

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8 minutes ago, Skyblueborb said:

What do you mean you baked it? Did you ever fix it?

 

do not bake a card 

it does not help and will eventually probably kill the card.

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2 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

do not bake a card 

it does not help and will eventually probably kill the card.

so i am going to install windows on another drive now

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4 hours ago, Skyblueborb said:

so i am going to install windows on another drive now

OK i have something pretty importatant. I got my first bluescreen i just caught only one photo just in time.

Also in the bios the letters have like extra pixels to them. Installing on the new windows did nothing just when i switched to the main windows install i got the blue screen. @TofuHaroto @Windows7ge

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3 minutes ago, Skyblueborb said:

OK i have something pretty importatant

Those dead looking pixels could indicate bad vram.

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Hmm...did you try putting the GPU in a different slot?

 

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The VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE bug check has a value of 0x00000116. This indicates that an attempt to reset the display driver and recover from a timeout failed.

Continuing to sound like a GPU problem since a clean install did nothing.

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5 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Those dead looking pixels could indicate bad vram.

it is weird because in windows there are no dead looking pixels but idk

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Just now, Windows7ge said:

Hmm...did you try putting the GPU in a different slot?

 

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Continuing to sound like a GPU problem since a clean install did nothing.

i actually didnt try to put it in the second slot

 

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also i searched the log file and it said that it couldnt find the ativvaxy_fj.dat file to copy when i looked in the driver there was no such thing as ativvaxy_fj.dat now i am looking at the newer drivers like the adrenalin versions(earlier i tried installing the catalyst version) and there it is. Should i try to put it in the catalyst driver folder? Maybe it will help. Idk. 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Those dead looking pixels could indicate bad vram.

can you tell if vram is bad by looking at it from the outside. I haven't taken apart this gpu yet.

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Just now, Skyblueborb said:

can you tell if vram is bad by looking at it from the outside

No not really.

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