In some cases, you may see a message stating that the currently installed chipset driver is not compatible with the AMD chipset driver package. In these cases, it is recommended to uninstall the currently installed chipset driver before installing the new package. This is because removing the currently installed chipset driver before installing the new chipset driver package ensures a clean system and reduces the odds of conflicts or problems which may occur when installing the new chipset driver package.
Chipsets, processors, and various drivers supported by the AMD Ryzen chipset driver package may vary depending on the version of Windows installed on the system. For more information, please refer to the release notes posted on the chipset driver download page.
AMD Ryzen chipset drivers can also be downloaded for the Linux operating systems via the AMD Ryzen driver repositories. These drivers are provided by AMD and are provided free of charge, however, they are not supported by AMD and additional maintenance and support will not be provided by AMD. d2c66b5586