AMD drivers do not like the May update of Windows 10
We know the solution to the problem.

If you have tried to install the May update of Windows 10 on your AMD-based computers and it ended with a failure as a result of an error, then we have to save you. A certain group of users of AMD hardware have a problem for which Microsoft provides drivers from that manufacturer. A solution has already been found.

The trouble with installing the latest patch for Windows 10 applies to AMD Ryzen processor and AMD Ryzen Threadripper owners with AMD RAID drivers older than These people, both during clean installation and system updates using Windows Update, encounter an error with the following content:

"AMD Ryzen ™ or AMD Ryzen ™ Threadripper ™ configured in SATA or NVMe RAID mode. This driver will be disabled. Check with your software / driver. version of Windows. "

To successfully update your system, you must update the AMD RAID drivers to version or later. You can download them from this address. Older drivers encounter a problem in the Device Input / Output Control (IOCTL) module that does not meet the requirements of Windows 10 May 2019 Update. The system discovers the update process after detecting incompatibilities.

Have you encountered any problems installing a new update? Or maybe the fix has not been made available to you yet?

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