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AMD fixes bug that freezes up Windows 11 PCs – but there’s still bad news

AMD has fixed a nasty bug in Windows 11 (and 10) which causes all sorts of unpredictable issues, including the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), with the cure coming as part of its latest graphics driver.

That would be the Adrenalin version 23.3.1 driver, which as AMD notes (opens in new tab) resolves a bug that triggers “intermittent driver timeout, system freeze or BSOD” with “select displays.”

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