Uninstall the current graphics driver in Device Manager
Use 7zip to extract both downloaded driver and open each in there own window.
Open folder 1 whql-amd-software-adrenalin-edition-23.7.2-win10-win11-july25\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\B394106
Open folder 2 AMD_Graphic_DriverOnly_ROG_AMD_Z_V31.0.14058.4001_34509\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\B392868
Copy ONLY files listed in picture FROM folder 1 TO folder 2 that are open. Replace the 25 files when asked.
Follow the short video steps to install “AMD_Graphic_DriverOnly_ROG_AMD_Z_V31.0.14058.4001_34509\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF\amdwddme.inf” NOTE When you uninstall AMD graphics driver wait for windows to install it again then proceed.
Restart Ally after install, Adrenaline Software will work as normal. Vulkan driver should be 1.3.250 instead of 1.3.246 if successful. DX and OpenGL versions don’t change, but most of the DLLs are different – not sure what’s happening here.
Clear your shader caches after the install, it will work without doing this but you may encounter bugs.
Files to copy
Vulkan: See image 7
OpenGL: See image 8
DirectX: See image 9
Uninstall graphics driver
Uninstall AMD Software
Re-install the graphics driver, should auto re-install AMD Software too
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