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Recently i bought sapphire nitro+ rx 580 4gb from ebay after installing gpu in pc display was fine but when i installed radeon drivers i got this kind of display(attached)

After restarting my pc display was fine but when windows logged in gpu fans stop spinning and again i got this kind of display

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Hi Naveed,

 

Boot your PC in Safe mode and uninstall the Radeon Graphics package driver, upon completion reboot the PC in normal mode and from the device manager update the driver or you can opt using Optional Driver Update under Windows Update which will automatically install the appropriate Radeon graphics driver.

 

Hope this helps

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2 hours ago, Aliakbarrockz said:

Hi Naveed,

 

Boot your PC in Safe mode and uninstall the Radeon Graphics package driver, upon completion reboot the PC in normal mode and from the device manager update the driver or you can opt using Optional Driver Update under Windows Update which will automatically install the appropriate Radeon graphics driver.

 

Hope this helps

I have installed drivers using amd auto installer but still nothing works

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