AMD released a new package of AMD Software Adrenaline 22.9.1. It added support to the beta version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The company also corrected the error in the extended synchronization function.
The manufacturer notes that the activation of the extended synchronisation could have caused the black screen to appear in certain games and to play the video in some PC configurations. This error was corrected in a new driver.
The manufacturer also listed a list of known problems that would be corrected with future versions of the Radeon software:
- In Nioh 2, using HDR settings, the scaling function of Radeon Super Resolution may not work; problems with the display of the controller interface and the Oculus menu on the Oculus Quest 2 envelopes may not work when using the Radeon RX 6800 XT video cards; the downloading of GPU may be 100% stuck in the Radeon performance measures after the closing of games on some AMD graphic products; some colors may be displayed inverted in the VEGAS Pro time scale; the measuring display during the play of the video and the game process on the Radeon RX 6600 XT video cards; the setting of vertical synchronisation "Abstained" on the Radeon RX 6000 series of video cards may cause system jamming or time-out error; and systems with RX 6000 cards may have a problem with the release of the video when the video is reproduced using computer acceleration on web browsers.
The AMD Software Adrenalin 22.9.1 graphics driver can be downloaded from the company's official website or via the Radeon chart management application.