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Radeon RX 460 drivers not functioning

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I3oo0IMIr4ng

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Here we go,

Optiplex 755 with fresh windows 7 x64 bit installed

all windows updates-

system bios update a22-

450 watt psu-

6 gb ram-

intel core 2 duo E7600 3.0 ghz

 

I install the amd drivers (tried almost all of the versions) and it will successfully install, but when the computer restarts after install it says that the drivers are not functioning properly.

under device manager says, windows stopped the device error 43

radeon settings software - crashes saying opengl bianaries are missing - ANGLE opengl es 2.0 library is missing from the amd software i guess

when i try to start radeon settings it says no drivers or drivers are not functioning properly.

Yes, every time i tried to install drivers i used a driver cleaner (AMD Clean, DDU)

can anyone help me figure this out.


Edited by I3oo0IMIr4ng, 28 October 2016 - 04:17 PM.

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I downloaded the opengl files and put them in the AMD folders, but the drivers are still not working.


Edited by I3oo0IMIr4ng, 28 October 2016 - 04:09 PM.

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:welcome:    13oo0IMIr4ng,

 

This may not be AMD driver related so we need to check out a couple of things;

 

After the clean install of Windows 7 did you reinstall the appropriate Dell drivers from here and in the correct order, Dell driver installation here

 

There are no Windows 7 drivers so you should have used Vista 64 - bit drivers.

 

Can you tell us the brand and model name or number of the 450W PSU.


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I know what your going towards, i forgot to list i have the Gigabyte Windforce version wihch is TDP - 75w, and i am very sure that my psu does not run at the full 450w as labeled.


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For us to best be able to help you we need the requested info 13oo0IMIr4ng.

 

After the clean install of Windows 7 did you reinstall the appropriate Dell drivers from here and in the correct order, Dell driver installation here

 

There are no Windows 7 drivers so you should have used Vista 64 - bit drivers.

 

Can you tell us the brand and model name or number of the 450W PSU.

 

 

 

i am very sure that my psu does not run at the full 450w as labeled.

 

 

It is not just the minimum power output that the GPU requires that needs to be considered but also the amount of amps on the +12V rail, if they are too low the card will not function correctly and sometimes not at all, chances are that your PSU is fine but checking it out is a standard troubleshooting step.


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