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Can't download amd processor drivers

So I updated to windows 11 and I knew that I had to update the amd drivers, so I went on the amd site, selected my cpu (ryzen 5 3600) and downloaded it.

But the problem is i can't open it, it downloads in winrar and I extract it to desktop and when I open it, this comes up (picture down below).

So I openned a video and someone said that I need to run microsoft trouble shooter, so I ran it and it deleted my previus drivers so now I am lest with no amd drivers at all.

What do I do? Please help!

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I checked ou the page and there are no drivers for your processor. Only a download for the optional Software StoreMi which is what your screenshot is showing aswell. If you want to update drivers then take a look at what mainboard you have and then look for the newest drivers on the manufacturers page.

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20 minutes ago, Haven_Alpha said:

selected my cpu (ryzen 5 3600) and downloaded it.

You need to select your motherboard's chipset, not your CPU.

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2 minutes ago, bmx6454 said:

check device manager, windows probably already installed all needed drivers.

I checked and the amd psp 11 was on 4.13 and the man on the video had 4.16 so I thought that was the update

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2 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

You need to select your motherboard's chipset, not your CPU.

I selected my motherboard chipset and downloaded it but it says the same message again...

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