Posted By daniel11ryan
“Radeon” is one of the popular Product brands by “Radeon Tech Group” related to computers RAM, Graphics units, etc. Sometimes, users face various issues when they try to launch “AMD Settings,” then the software flashes an error alert “Radeon Settings are Currently Not Available.” This issue arises you have recently downloaded new drivers or Window’s clean copy. Thus, it’s an issue related to your driver.
Follow these instructions to know the reasons for this particular issue followed by the troubleshooting methods:
Reasons for Arising “Radeon not Available” Error
The cause of its occurrences can’t be identified clearly. Still, some of the expected and possible reasons mingle in the mind of tech enthusiasts, that it might be due to some incompatibilities and misconfigurations :
- “Incompatibility Error”: There might be the issue with your GPU drivers, that it might not be cooperating with your “Radeon” software for functioning well.
- “Malicious Driver”: There is another possibility of arising this error issue that your installed driver can be malicious or corrupt, which might cause this error.
Now, proceed with the troubleshooting steps to fix this error alert by abiding the following instructions:
Restoring the “Radeon” Graphics Driver to Real-Time
There are various reasons for arising this error issue like a malicious driver or harmful bugs. Still, it is recommended to check your Graphics Driver and roll it back to the earlier edition of your driver. To do so, follow these instructions:
- First of all, tap the “Window” logo and “R” keys simultaneously to expand the “Run” dialog.
- After that, enter “Devmgmt.msc” in the provided space bar, followed by the “Enter” key.
- Now, navigate to your corrupted display adapter. It may be a Video or Graphics card. Then apply double click on it.
- Then, hit the “Driver” section there.
- Now, press the option available for “Roll Back Driver” followed by “OK.”
- After a while, a prompt box will show up on your screen asking for your consent to roll back the selected driver; then you have to tap the “OK” tab there.
- Next, reboot your system to save the modifications that you have made.
- Now, make an effort to connect “AMD” graphics once again.
- Then, make sure that the error alert is removed successfully.
Reinstalling Graphics Driver
Check for the earlier editions of your “Graphics Driver,” If not, then reinstall the particular driver,
- First of all, You have to delete your currently existing driver from the system to install the new. Then wait for a little for the reboot process of your system. It will launch automatically.
- Then, tap the “Window” logo and “R” keys on your keyboard to launch the “Run” dialog box and enter the keywords “devmgmt.msc,” followed by the “Enter” key.
- Now, search for the “Display Adapters” and apply double click on it.
- Next, you have to right-click on the issue creating adapter and then hit the option “Uninstall.”
- A confirmation pop-out will appear on your device; you have to hit the “Uninstall” tab again.
- After that, reboot your system to save modifications that you have made.
- At last, make sure that the system is resolved. If not, proceed with the next method.
Updating “Radeon” Graphic Driver
In case, the above methods fail to troubleshoot the issue, then it is recommended to update your “Graphics” Driver, that you can perform through two ways:
If you desire to update your driver manually, then proceed with the under-mentioned steps:
- First and foremost, you have to search for the “Outdated” driver.
- Then, install the recently updated version of your particular driver by navigating the website of your product manufacturing company.
- After that, follow on-screen instructions to update the driver manually. It may take some time to update your driver. So don’t panic and continue with appropriate steps.
Daniel Ryan is a Norton product expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Daniel has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as norton.com/setup.