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AMD has released Ryzen Chipset Driver 4.06.10.651 with support for various processors and their associated platforms, including premium AM4 chipsets (X570) and third-generation Threadripper (TRX40). The new driver includes at least three improvements, including the addition of new program support, six new drivers (e.g., AMD Wireless Button Driver and AMD USB4 CM Driver), and a fix in which users will no longer see an incorrect pop-up message when launching the installer and clicking the UI screen. A direct link to the AMD Ryzen Chipset Driver 4.06.10.651 for Windows 10 and Windows 11 64-bit systems can be found here.

Release Highlights

  • New program support added.
  • Six new drivers added.
  • Fixed pop-up message “AMD Chipset Software is not responding” when the installer is launched and UI screen is clicked.

Known Issues

  • Sometimes custom install fails to upgrade to latest drivers.
  • Text alignment issues may be seen on Russian language.
  • Manual system restart required on Non-English OS after the installation is complete.
  • Windows Installer pop-up message may appear during the installation.
  • Uninstall summary log may incorrectly show uninstall status as fail on non-English OS.

In most cases, the simple process of installing or upgrading the AMD Ryzen chipset drivers can be completed without issues. However, if there have been recent changes to your system hardware configuration or the currently installed chipset drivers are extremely outdated, then it is recommended to uninstall the existing chipset drivers before installing the new package. Performing the uninstall ensures a clean system and can help reduce issues or conflicts which may occur with the new installation.

Source: AMD

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4 comments

  1. I have to admit, I am usually terrible at remembering to upgrade CPU and Chipset drivers.

    While I often keep up with GPU drivers, the CPU and Chipset ones typically are installed during a clean Windows install and then forgotten about permanently.

    Maybe I should try to remember these once in a while.

    I've been too spoiled by having my Linux Kernel upgrades take care of everything for me under Linux.
  2. That crappy software that comes with your motherboard that almost everyone ignores would, theoretically, keep it up to date.

    And anything super critical would get pushed with Windows updates.

    So I don't know if you are really missing all that much.
  3. That crappy software that comes with your motherboard that almost everyone ignores would, theoretically, keep it up to date.

    And anything super critical would get pushed with Windows updates.

    So I don't know if you are really missing all that much.
    Except Asus's Amory crate SUCKS BALLS at keeping up with current versions of software.

    Case in point:

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    See that it thinks the latest version is 3.10.22.706 when I've already downloaded and installed 4.03.03.431. and I'll be grabbing and installing this version now as well.

    Don't trust your vendors utilities to keep drivers or even their own BIOS's current. Same story there.
  4. Except Asus's Amory crate SUCKS BALLS at keeping up with current versions of software.

    Case in point:

    View attachment 1708

    See that it thinks the latest version is 3.10.22.706 when I've already downloaded and installed 4.03.03.431. and I'll be grabbing and installing this version now as well.

    Don't trust your vendors utilities to keep drivers or even their own BIOS's current. Same story there.
    Key word: Theoretically

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