Update AMD Drivers with AMD Driver Autodetect for Windows 10

Updating device drivers from time to time is good as it could improve hardware performance, add features or controls and  improve stability and life. The Device Manager in Windows 10/8/7 will let you change hardware settings, identify device drivers for each device, view and change settings and properties, and install, uninstall, update, roll back, enable, disable the drivers. Microsoft Updates will also let you install or update device drivers required for your system. And then again, freeware like Device Doctor or shareware like Driver Scanner will automate the process and help you identify, download, install or update drivers easily.

The recommended option would however be to go to the manufacturer’s website and then search for and download the device drivers your system requires. We have seen how the Intel Driver & Support Assistant can help us install or update drivers for Intel easily. Today we will see how you can download or update AMD drivers easily using AMD Driver Autodetect.

Update AMD Drivers

AMD Driver Autodetect Update AMD Drivers

AMD Driver Autodetect will detect your machine’s graphics card and Windows operating system. If there is a new driver available, the tool will download it with a click of a button and start the installation process. The auto-detect tool gives you the option to download the latest official driver

AMD Driver Autodetect

You can get the AMD Driver Downloader here. Downloading and installing original device drivers from the manufacturer’s website, is always the recommended option.

Just in case you are interested, AMD Clean Uninstall Utility helps you remove AMD driver files completely.

These posts about Device Drivers may interest you:

  1. Where to download NVIDIA drivers
  2. Where to download drivers for Windows 10.
  3. Detect drivers slowing down a fast start-up, shutdown or hibernation
  4. Stop Windows from installing Drivers automatically
  5. Identify & Troubleshoot Unknown Devices in Windows
  6. Tips to fix common driver problems in Windows
  7. Troubleshoot Driver Problems in Windows with Driver Verifier Manager
  8. How to back up & restore Drivers in Windows .
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Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.


  1. WyRm

    Not bad said can’t find OS yet when started it says Windows X64

  2. Samit Tandukar

    it is no use if you have a hybrid graphic card…for e.g. mine is Intel HD 3000 and ATI Radeon HD 6470M….

  3. San Guko

    it says “we were unable to find your product OS”

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