AMD Graphics

Fix No AMD Graphics Driver is Installed on Windows 10/11

Some Windows 10 and Windows 11 users report that they received the error message “No AMD graphics driver is installed or the AMD driver is not functioning properly. Please install the AMD driver appropriate for your AMD hardware.” This usually happens when they are playing games or running the AMD Radeon Settings software.

If you are bothered by the same problem, you can try the following ways to solve the error that no AMD graphics driver is installed on Windows 10/11.

Solution 1: Update Your AMD Graphics Driver

If your AMD graphics driver is outdated or corrupted, you will get the error message: No AMD graphics driver is installed or the AMD driver is not functioning properly. You should update your graphics driver regularly. Here is how to do it.

Step 1: Press Win + R to invoke Run window. Then type devmgmt.msc in the box and click OK to open Device Manager.

Step 2: Double-click Display adapters to expand the list.

Step 3: Right-click your AMD graphics card and select Update driver. In the pop-up window, choose Search automatically for updated driver software and follow the onscreen instructions to finish the process.

If Windows doesn’t find any available updates, you can visit the official AMD website to download the latest AMD graphics driver and then install it manually. Alternatively, you can use reliable third-party software like Driver Easy to check for any updates for your ADM graphics card.

Solution 2: Uninstall AMD Driver in Safe Mode

If you still receive the message that no AMD graphics driver is installed or the AMD driver is not functioning properly, you can try uninstalling your AMD driver in Safe Mode and then reinstalling it.

Step 1: Press Win + to open Settings and select Update & Security. Then click Recovery from the left pane, and choose Restart now under Advanced startup section to enter Windows Recovery Mode.

Step 2: Navigate to Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart.

Step 3: Press 5 or F5 to choose Enable Safe Mode with Networking.

Step 1: Go to Device Manager.

Step 2: Under Display adapters category, right-click your AMD device and choose Uninstall device.

Step 3: In the pop-up window, check Delete the driver software for this device and click Uninstall to confirm the operation.

Step 4: Restart your computer.

Then you can download the latest AMD driver from the official website and install it to check if the error message goes away.