Run the AMD driver installer and you should get an option to extract the files to a destination.
Choose anywhere you wish, but keep this location in mind.
This article does not apply to AMD workstation graphics.
This page describes instructions that can be taken to do so, although it is recommended that you use Windows Update or the AMD driver update utility to find the latest drivers for your computer unless a conflict occurs requiring you to do so manually.
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Sad to hear that, is there any reason you need updated drivers so badly?Although it is not required, it is recommended that you remove your current drivers before you manually install new ones.This is to avoid Windows’ versioning mechanics that dictate whether a driver can be installed or not based on which is the "newer" driver.If you were directed to this page by someone else, ask them for an appropriate driver or use one of the support resources to request one.If you are not on Windows, please continue to the community support resources Ensure that the driver you are attempting to install uses a Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) version that is compatible with your operating system.If you often reinstall your operating system, you may not forget such painful experiences of searching all around for all kinds of drivers.If unfortunately you have lost your driver CD, the search will be more troublesome and time-consuming.Once the files have been extracted, the installer will try to install the driver.If it works, you can stop reading here, if not you can continue.Go back to Device manager and expand the "AMD" device that should be under the "Display Adapters" as before.Right click it and choose "Update Driver Software…" and then "Browse my computer for driver software." You should get another menu, *do not* press "Browse" and instead press "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer." At the bottom right, select “Have Disk…” and then "Browse…" – go to the folder which you extracted the AMD drivers to. Then browse to "Drivers," “Display.” You may a list of folders with "_INF” at the end of their names.