I cant install the drivers after 10.1 .

MtSeldon

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Computer Type: Desktop, custom build GPU:Sapphire AMD R290 CPU: intel 4770k , mem @2333 Motherboard: Asus Hero VI RAM:corsair 8x2 , 2300 PSU: seasonic 750 Operating System & Version:Windows 10 , fall update GPU Drivers:amd 11.2

I Cant install any Amd driver after trying to install 10.2. Amd drivers stuck at the installer and finish with 1603 error. I cleaned with DDU and Amd driver clean utility.Uninstalled all Visual C++ packages. And tried installing the latest drivers (i'm downloading the full driver package not the web installer.), again it stucks at installing the driver part and finishes with error 1603. Now i can install 11.2 and under safe mode with device manager driver update,but other drivers software can't be installed at all. I can't find what the problem is. Any ideas?
install log. https://pastebin.com/RJeV2jYG
 

EXCellR8

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uninstall from control panel and then run DDU again and reboot, when prompted; delete the AMD install directory on C drive if it doesn't automatically get removed.

then, extract the new drivers but cancel the installation and try running the installer application as an administrator.
 

MtSeldon

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Thank you for the answer . Tried that, didn't work, still i get the 1603 error.

Used the DDU again , and tried installing the latest drivers 11.2 under safe mode , i get the "drivers not signed digitally " error. downdload the latest whql drivers (11.1) , still the same "digitally not signed error" . But i used the device manager ,update drivers (still under safe mode) , now i the latest drivers could be installed that way . But now again i can't use the AMD software .

Any ideas?
 

MtSeldon

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Actually i already did. They send the somewhat standart info . "use DDU under safe mode etc etc " , which i already did before asking them.
Something preventing the installer to install the drivers but the same drivers can be install via device manager. Strange . There is a log file which doesn't have anything relevant in ti.
 

Ketchup

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So if the driver can be installed via device manager, what's the problem?
 

Ketchup

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Might want to try removing the software from progs and features, then using the uninstall option from device manager. Works pretty well for Nvidia cards, not sure about AMD.
 

MtSeldon

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tried that to no avail unfortunately.

This problem started after Windows Fall update and amd 10.1 drivers. I guess something changed with the driver signatures but then there must be others with the same problem , yet google search finds nothing.
 

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