Question error 1603 on 6700 xt

Cybertronian109

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hy I just bought a 6700 xt brand new founders edition before it I had many gpu's like r9 290,rx 580,gtx 980 etc and I not clean the graphics driver before installing a new one so when I put the gpu it automatically pick up the drivers but in the gpu-z it wasn't showing complete specs and the driver was old I tried to update the driver but got error 1603 then again got same issue I used DDU to clean the drivers but same issue ... can't control the fan speed through msi afterburner and gpu is showing 500mhz clock but in the game it 's running at 1900/2000mhz (means at full potential) ... now after clean installing it can't install the driver but when i restarted it picked up the driver but didn't installed radeon software
 

CapsLuke

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hy I just bought a 6700 xt brand new founders edition before it I had many gpu's like r9 290,rx 580,gtx 980 etc and I not clean the graphics driver before installing a new one so when I put the gpu it automatically pick up the drivers but in the gpu-z it wasn't showing complete specs and the driver was old I tried to update the driver but got error 1603 then again got same issue I used DDU to clean the drivers but same issue ... can't control the fan speed through msi afterburner and gpu is showing 500mhz clock but in the game it 's running at 1900/2000mhz (means at full potential) ... now after clean installing it can't install the driver but when i restarted it picked up the driver but didn't installed radeon software
I would first enter safe mode, cleand drivers with DDU, unplug ethernet cable/disable wifi, boot back in normal mode, install latest radeon software. If you still encounter crashes go into your motherboard's BIOS, and change the PCIe X16 interface to gen 3 (instead of 4/auto).
also make sure you don't have any leftover of some previous drivers (eg. nvidia drivers of an older card), if so, delete them.
update windows to the latest version.
 

Cybertronian109

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I would first enter safe mode, cleand drivers with DDU, unplug ethernet cable/disable wifi, boot back in normal mode, install latest radeon software. If you still encounter crashes go into your motherboard's BIOS, and change the PCIe X16 interface to gen 3 (instead of 4/auto).
also make sure you don't have any leftover of some previous drivers (eg. nvidia drivers of an older card), if so, delete them.
update windows to the latest version.
I checked and it's already running on pcie 3.0 ...
 

Cybertronian109

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here's my spec
X570 Rog Strix e gaming
ryzen 5 3600x
8x2 trident z 3000mhz
xpg core reactor 80+ gold 650w
i'm using 3 nvme one with adaptor in the second pcie slot
 

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