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post #11 of 14
This was an issue for me a while back when i was running an old driver instead of Crimson. Windows kept doing updates and screwing me over. There was a method that did work for a long time though.

Try using this tool in this article by MS. You can block the AMD driver update. I did this and it worked for a while, where as before i was constantly having to reload drivers ever few days.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930

Hope this helps, and if someone alread covered it my apologies.
post #12 of 14
As much as I hate Windows 10, I install Radeon beta drivers all the time and I'm pretty sure it doesn't force me to have different drivers because the drivers I'm using are newer than the ones MS have in their update servers. I think it's only when you have an older version than what they're pushing that it gets forced on you. Well, that's at least how it seems to be for me anyway. Still, I hate the whole update situation with W10. It really sucks for those of us that know what we're doing. I had a driver that kep causing blue screens and everytime I rolled back to the last driver, W10 forced the newer one on me again and you get the idea... madsmiley.png
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by dagget3450 View Post

This was an issue for me a while back when i was running an old driver instead of Crimson. Windows kept doing updates and screwing me over. There was a method that did work for a long time though.

Try using this tool in this article by MS. You can block the AMD driver update. I did this and it worked for a while, where as before i was constantly having to reload drivers ever few days.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930

Hope this helps, and if someone alread covered it my apologies.
???? See post #3 above. Don't you people read?
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Originally Posted by dagget3450 View Post

This was an issue for me a while back when i was running an old driver instead of Crimson. Windows kept doing updates and screwing me over. There was a method that did work for a long time though.

Try using this tool in this article by MS. You can block the AMD driver update. I did this and it worked for a while, where as before i was constantly having to reload drivers ever few days.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930

Hope this helps, and if someone alread covered it my apologies.

 

This will only work until Microsoft releases a new AMD driver through Windows Update. When the driver version doesn't match, Windows Update replaces it. That tool turns that off until the next version change.

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