Release 220.127.116.112 of AMD’s chipset driver software for a variety of systems supporting Athlon, Ryzen, and Threadripper processors is now available. It includes a number of remedies for problems that lead to blue screens of death (BSOD), which can occur on both Windows 11 2022 Update (with initial support added in August 2022) and earlier Windows versions.
One minor “bug patch on few drivers” is listed in the official changelog for AMD Ryzen Chipset Driver version 18.104.22.1682, however the more thorough list of drivers provides additional details on what has been fixed:
|Driver Name||Windows 10||Windows 11||Change Details|
|AMD PCI Device Driver||22.214.171.124||126.96.36.199||Bug fixes|
|AMD PSP Driver||188.8.131.52||184.108.40.206||Fixed BSOD 7E while installing the PSP driver|
New program support added
|AMD SFH Driver||220.127.116.112||18.104.22.1682||Added support for custom ACS sensor|
Report invalid data when sensor is blocked
|AMD MicroPEP Driver||22.214.171.124||126.96.36.199||Updated .inf file to remove redundant information|
Fixed BSOD 0x1CA and 0xA0 seen on Windows 11 22H2
|AMD PPM Provisioning File Driver||188.8.131.52||184.108.40.206||New program support added|
|AMD USB4 CM Driver||220.127.116.11||Not applicable||Bug fix for S0i3 cases|
Fix for DP light up with reboot cycles
Fixed BSOD 0x139
|AMD s0i3 Filter Driver||18.104.22.168||22.214.171.124||Fix for BSOD during S4 when AMD USB4 CM is involved|
Be aware that the most recent driver has a number of known issues:
- A custom install occasionally fails to upgrade to the most recent drivers.
- Russian language text alignment difficulties are possible.
- After the installation is finished, non-English operating systems require a manual system restart.
- On non-English OS, the uninstall status may be misrepresented in the uninstall summary report as failing.
From the official website, you can download the AMD Ryzen Chipset Driver 126.96.36.1992 for 64-bit Windows 10 and Windows 11. There are complete release notes in AMD’s documentation.