How to Update AMD Drivers in Windows 10/11? AMD update drivers

Certainly! Here’s a more detailed guide on updating your AMD drivers, with additional information

Updating your AMD drivers is an essential step to ensure optimal performance, stability, and compatibility with the latest software and games. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you through the process:

  1. Identify your AMD graphics card model: To determine your AMD graphics card model, you can follow these steps:
    • Right-click on your computer’s desktop and select “AMD Radeon Settings” or “AMD Catalyst Control Center” from the context menu. This will open the AMD control panel.
    • Within the AMD control panel, navigate to the “System” or “Information” tab. Here, you should find details about your graphics card, including the model name or number. Make a note of this information as it will be required to download the correct drivers.
  2. Alternatively, you can find the graphics card information through the Device Manager:
    • Right-click on the “Start” menu and select “Device Manager” from the list.
    • Expand the “Display adapters” category to reveal your AMD graphics card. The name of your card should be listed here.


  1. Visit the AMD Driver Download page: Open your preferred web browser and go to the official AMD website ( Once on the website, navigate to the “Support & Drivers” section. Under the “Drivers & Support” tab, click on “Download Now” or “Find a Driver” to proceed to the driver download page.


  1. Choose your product: On the AMD Driver Download page, you will find a search bar. Here, you can manually enter the model name or number of your AMD graphics card. Alternatively, you can use the “Auto-Detect and Install” feature by clicking on the corresponding button. This feature will automatically detect your graphics card model and suggest the appropriate drivers for your system.
    If you choose to manually search for your product, it’s important to enter the correct information to ensure you download the right drivers. Double-check the model name or number you noted earlier.
  2. Download the latest drivers: After entering your graphics card model or using the auto-detect feature, the website will display the latest available drivers for your system. Review the information, such as the driver version and release date, to ensure it matches your requirements.
    To download the driver package, click on the “Download” button next to the appropriate driver version. You may be prompted to save the file or choose a download location on your computer. Make sure to save it in a location where you can easily access it later.
  3. Install the drivers: Once the driver package is downloaded, locate the file on your computer. It is usually in the form of an executable (.exe) file with a name similar to “amd-driver-installer-xx.xx.xx.exe.” Double-click on the file to start the installation process.
    The AMD driver installation wizard will guide you through the installation steps. It’s recommended to close all other applications and save any unsaved work before proceeding. The installer will first extract the necessary files, and then present you with the installation options.
    • License Agreement: Read the license agreement and select the checkbox to indicate that you agree to the terms. Click on “Next” to continue.
    • Installation Options: Choose the installation type. The recommended option is usually “Express” or “Recommended.” This will install the necessary drivers and software components. If you prefer more control over the installation, you can select the “Custom” option and choose specific components. However, for most users, the express installation is suitable.
    • Begin Installation: After selecting the installation type, click on the “Install” or “Begin” button to start the installation process.
    • Driver Installation: The AMD driver installer will now

After rebooting, your AMD drivers should be up to date. It’s a good practice to periodically check for driver updates to ensure optimal performance and compatibility with the latest software and games.

Apologies for the incomplete response. Here’s the continuation of the driver installation process:

  • Driver Installation: The AMD driver installer will now proceed to install the drivers and necessary software components. The progress will be displayed on the screen. Please note that during the installation, your screen may flicker or go black momentarily. This is normal and part of the installation process.
  • Optional Components: After the driver installation is complete, you may be presented with additional optional components or software packages that you can choose to install. These may include AMD software utilities or additional features. You can review the options and select the ones you want, or choose to skip this step by clicking on “Next” or “Skip” if you don’t wish to install any additional components.
  • Completing the Installation: Once all the selected components are installed, you will see a completion message. Click on “Finish” or “Close” to exit the installation wizard.
  1. Reboot your computer: After the driver installation is complete, it is recommended to restart your computer. This will ensure that the new drivers are properly initialized and integrated into your system.
    • Save any unsaved work and close all applications before restarting your computer.
    • Click on the “Start” menu, select “Power,” and choose “Restart” to reboot your system.
  2. Verification and Troubleshooting: After your computer restarts, you can verify that the AMD drivers have been successfully updated.
    • Right-click on your desktop and select “AMD Radeon Settings” or “AMD Catalyst Control Center” from the context menu to open the AMD control panel.
    • Navigate through the different tabs and settings to confirm that the driver version matches the one you installed.
  3. If you encounter any issues or experience problems after updating the drivers, you can try the following steps:
    • Reinstall the drivers: If you encounter any unexpected behavior or issues, you can try reinstalling the drivers. Download the latest drivers from the AMD website again and perform a clean installation by removing the previous driver installation.
    • Seek support: If the problems persist, you can visit the AMD support website or contact AMD customer support for further assistance. They can provide guidance or troubleshoot specific issues related to your AMD graphics card.


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