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Error on Radeon software upgrade

Printed From: CyberPowerPC
Category: Hardware
Forum Name: Graphic Solution
Forum Description: Info on graphic cards and technology
Printed Date: 26 Jun 2019 at 11:44pm

Topic: Error on Radeon software upgrade
Posted By: chyvalri
Subject: Error on Radeon software upgrade
Date Posted: 01 Feb 2018 at 3:58pm
Windows 10 advised me that there was an update available for my video card today. Excited, I clicked to install it and it loaded the AMD Radeon Settings application.

I currently have version 16.40.2311-160916a-307259E. Okay, that means a lot (sarcasm font) to me. But for the low low price of $0.00, I can update to 17.10.1711-170409a (WHQL); extra letters! Bonus!

When I click on the new version and select "Update now", am I sure I want to exit Radeon Settings and launch installer... SURE!

I get the following error:

(X) Bin64/InstallManagerAPP.exe
(X) Windows cannot find 'Bin64\InstallManagerAPP.exe'. Make sure you typed the name correctly and then try again.

Despite the jovial misunderstanding noob tone of my post, I'm not a total computard.

I'm running Windows 10 (as mentioned) with an AMD FX-4300 Quadcore 3.8 Ghz with 8 gigs of RAM. The video card is a Radeon R7 250 series with no device manager conflicts.

This sounds more like a Windows 10/application issue to me than a video card problem.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated! Please don't make me reinstall Windows again!


Posted By: GAN1957
Date Posted: 02 Feb 2018 at 4:50am
There are a couple of ways to deal with this. This may be caused by either corrupt files or issue with trying to install one set of drivers over another.

Checkout these links.

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Posted By: chyvalri
Date Posted: 03 Feb 2018 at 1:35pm
Thanks Gan! That worked for that problem but created a new one.

Every reboot, I get the following error now:" rel="nofollow -

Really loving Windows 10 lol.

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