AMD Radeon Windows 11 screen flashing/flickering

Sandi1987

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I have problem with screen flashing/flickering on AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series in Windows 11 (latest build). Screen flash then window/apps goes black (see attachment).

In Windows 10 i don't have this problem anymore. Any solution? Do i need to wait for Windows 11 AMD GPU drivers?
 

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Try to clean install the driver.
 

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I agree to @badrobot.

Try this:

For best results, use Safe Mode then use the program.
 

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Agree with a clean install if you're having issues. That said, I did the Insiders in-place upgrade and had no issues with my AMD R9 Fury running the Adrenalin 21.5.2 drivers. I bought this card in 2015.

You can also see if Windows 11 auto updates the drivers.
 

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I have problem with screen flashing/flickering on AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series in Windows 11 (latest build). Screen flash then window/apps goes black (see attachment).

In Windows 10 i don't have this problem anymore. Any solution? Do i need to wait for Windows 11 AMD GPU drivers?

See my primary computer.

Win 11 22000.65, Radeon RX 6900XT, Adrenaline drivers 21.6.2. No such issues.

I did a clean install of 11 (22000.51 at the time) using an ISO from uupdump.net. An upgrade from Win10 completed, but it was buggy. The clean install has been solid so far (touch wood).
 

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