Processor giant AMD is rolling out a new Windows 11-focused update that brings several changes and makes important fixes. Specifically, the company is releasing a new chipset driver version, moving to build

The most important addition to the update is a fix for a long-time problem where users would see an AMD chipset software installation error. Windows users would receive a window with the message “AMD Chipset Software is not responding”.

Alongside this important fix, AMD is also adding a new Ryzen power plan available for Windows 11. Furthermore, the company has now made USB4 available on its drivers.

Full Release Notes

“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.”

You can find all the details on the driver update by heading to AMD’s website at this link.

At Computex in May, AMD announced its SmartAccess Storage solution based on Microsoft’s DirectStorage API. SmartAccess Storage is a feature that boosts storage on chipsets.

The company has combined DirectStorage API with its own Smart Access Memory. This results in major improvements for game load times through GPU asset decompression.

Tip of the day: If you need to Create, Delete or Resize Partitions, Windows has everything you thanks to the built-in Disk Management-tool.