Unable to install AMD Processor Power Management Support Version: 7.0.3.5 on my Windows 11 Ryzen 5900x Build with X570 Motherboard


ebinbt007

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When Installing the new amd_chipset_software_3.10.08.506 to fix the L3 Cache issue for AMD processors running Windows 11, I get this log after installation -:


AMD Chipset Software Install Summary


Name: AMD Processor Power Management Support

Version : 7.0.3.5

Install: Fail


Name: AMD PCI Device Driver

Version : 1.0.0.83

Install: Success

Name: AMD GPIO Driver

Version : 2.2.0.130

Install: Success

Name: AMD PSP Driver

Version : 5.17.0.0

Install: Success

Name: AMD SMBus Driver

Version : 5.12.0.38

Install: Success


It says AMD Processor Power Management Support has failed to install. What should I do? My PC is fully updated at the time of install (up to KB5006746).


My System Specs are as follows-:

Ryzen 9 5900X

Gigabyte 3080 Vision OC

Corsair Vengence LPX DDR4 3600Mhz 16GB Ram x 2

MSI MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI AMD ATX GAMING MOTHERBOARD
 

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Ian

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The Ryzen 5000 series do not require power profiles, so it doesn't need to be installed (nor is supported). You can just use the Windows standard power plans and they work as expected (older CPUs like the 3000 series do benefit from them though). Shame the installer doesn't tell you this though!
 

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