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AMD releases new driver to officially support Windows 11 22H2

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Although Windows 11 22H2 (or Windows 11 2022 Update) has not yet been released, AMD’s newly released Radeon Software driver already provides support for this new version. AMD has officially released the download link for the 4.08.09.2337 update, providing official support for Windows 11 22H2.

However, AMD’s official update log does not mention what improvements the new version brings, but only lists known bugs and problems.

  • Sometimes custom installation fails to upgrade to the latest driver.
  • Text alignment issues may occur in Russian.
  • After the installation is complete, the non-English operating system needs to restart the system manually.
  • Windows ® Installer pop-up messages may appear during installation.
  • On non-English operating systems, the uninstall summary log may incorrectly show the uninstall status as failed.

The latest AMD chipset drivers for all motherboards are compatible with Zen-based processors (Ryzen, Athlon, and Threadripper), including A320, B350, X370, B450, X470, X399, A520, B550, X570, TRX40, and WRX80 chips Group.

While all motherboards with AM4 and TR4/sTRX4 sockets support Windows 11, 1st Gen Ryzen and Threadripper, 7th Gen AMD A-Series and Ryzen 2000G are not officially compatible with Microsoft’s latest OS. Nonetheless, users can bypass these restrictions using a popular utility called Rufus.

Download AMD Ryzen Chipset Driver 4.08.09.2337 for Windows 10 and 11 64-bit here.

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