(Late 2015 27-inch iMac i5 3.2GHz 1TB SSD) I've installed Windows 10 using the updated boot camp software and drivers from Apple. I still get error ' No AMD graphics driver installed, or the AMD driver is not functioning properly. Please install the AMD driver appropriate for your AMD hardware.' I've tried downloading various 'updated' drivers from AMD and Apple, but get no results, still the errors of the graphics card not found/ driver not found. I've been trying for months to resolve this issue, and have gotten nowhere with any of the three parties Tech support. Microsoft and Apple say it's the hardware manufacturers responsibility, while AMD says it's an Apple issue.
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No one seems to want to take responsibility and I'm so frustrated at this point. Has anyone had a successful workaround to this issue? IMac, Windows 10, Late 2015 27-inch iMac 3.20GHz Posted on Jul 16, 2016 9:38 PM. The drivers that were supplied with BC do not work with the video card. Every time I try to open AMD settings I get this error: This is the version of the Boot Camp tools installed: Error in Graphics Card Driver Properties: This is the latest AMD driver available for BC from AMD's site: Driver version installed: I've tried to manually roll back the driver to the version from Last year, but it still has the same issue. Kip 7100 Driver Windows 10. I've also tried to manually install the driver from the list of available drivers with no success either: Jul 18, 2016 1:31 PM.
I have 16 iMacs 27inch with R9 m390 graphics cards. Running Windows 10 anniversary. When first starting up the system seems to run correctly. The AMD settings software gets updated with bootcamp update tool.
Realtek Rtl8192eu Driver Windows 10. Then the AMD Software Setting software suggests to update to 16.12.1 optional 16.12.2. If you update to the 'suggested' driver you will get the error stated before in the earlier post.