"amdkmafd.sys" "0xc000007b" BSOD during install of AMD drivers

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    Back to square 1

    I decided to use DDU and then try to reinstall the AMD drivers.

    DDU successfully completed but during the install of the AMD drivers it said that it couldn't be installed.

    After a restart I ended up with the same dialog upon opening of Radeon Settings:

    'No AMD Graphics driver is installed, or the AMD driver is not functioning properly'
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    Please don't edit a post after a reply from someone else, the changes won't be noticed unless someone goes through the thread.

    Could you tell me how you try to install, is this done by simply executing the download or by manual installation?
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    I go to
    and download the auto detect utility from the first box on the left.

    I then run the program and it automatically decides which graphics driver I need and then proceeds to allow me to select what parts I want.
    (Ex: AMD Gaming Evolved App)
    (Ex: AMD Display Driver)
    (I only ever deselect the stuff I don't want or need such as the Gaming Evolved App)

    It then proceeds with the download and install followed by a restart.
    (During the install the first time I got the BSOD)
    (The second time during install after using DDU came with a message saying it couldn't be installed)

    I apologise about the editing thing. I was on mobile so I didn't see that a reply had been posted to the second page of the thread
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    I successfully installed the drivers using the method in the link you gave :)

    If no other problems arrise I will mark the thread as solved
    Kudos to you!
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    Glad to hear :)
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    axe0 said:
    Choose F8, disable driver signature enforcement and see if you can boot, else try to boot into safe mode with the startup settings.
    From safe mode we can try a few things.
    This step fixed my issue!! Thanks!!
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    Hi LovesFLSun,

    Welcome to 10Forums :)

    Unfortunately, disabling drive signature enforcement is not a solution, but a method to make your system boot.
    Some further troubleshooting is required to fix a driver issue.
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