AMD Radeon R7 250 Graphics Driver Problems on Windows 10 [Solved]

Sophie Luo, in Driver Error Tags: AMD
Users report that their AMD Radeon R7 250 graphics card is not working as smoothly as it used to be after the upgrade of Windows 10. Some even report that they cannot see AMD Radeon R7 250 listed as a device driver in the Device Manager, only Microsoft Basic Display Adapters. 



In this post, we will show you different methods to copy with your AMD Radeon R7 250 graphics card driver problems, whether the problem is driver not showing, or showing some error codes, there are always some general resolutions that are of great help. Please choose the methods that work for your situation accordingly. 


Method One: Clean install AMD Radeon R7 250 driver
Method Two: Enable AMD Display Driver service
Method Three: Update AMD Radeon R7 250 driver
Other options

Method One: Clean install AMD Radeon R7 250 driver

1) Press Windows key and R key at the same time. Then type in msconfig and hit OK to continue. 



2) Click Boot tab. Then check Network under Safe boot option and click OK button. This will allow you to go to Safe mode with network. 


3) Click Restart then you will enter Safe Mode.


4) Open Device Manager by following the path: Start button > Control Panel (View by Small icons) > Device Manager.  


5) Locate and expand category Display adapters. Then double click the AMD Radeon R7 250 graphics card driver that you have. 


6) Then go to Driver tab, and choose Uninstall


When prompted with the following message, click OK to continue. 


Note
: You can also download AMD CleanUp Utility to better assist you with the removal of all AMD/ATI drivers and/or software. 


7) Now go to the support website of AMD and locate the correct driver to download. 


8) Click the DOWNLOAD button here to get the latest version of device drivers for your computer. 


9) After the download, double click the setup file to run the install. Please reboot your computer after the install. 


Method Two: Enable AMD Display Driver service

1) Press Windows key and R at the same time. Then type services.msc in the search box and hit Enter


2) Locate AMD Display Driver Service on the right pane, then right click it and choose Properties


3) Change the Service status to Start, then change the Startup type from the drop down box to Automatic. After the change, hit OK to save the change. 


4) Go to Log On tab, and change the Log on as: to Local System account


5) Then go to Recovery tab, select Restart the Service for First failure, Second failure and Subsequent failures. Then hit OK to save the changes. 



6) Reboot your computer. 



Method Three: Update AMD Radeon R7 250 driver

Updating your graphics card driver is extremely important for gamers and users who want to maximize their PC performance. It is also a very handy resolution if you run into computer problems caused by drivers. 

1) Download Driver Easy. Then double click to run the installation.  


2) Hit the Scan Now button so Driver Easy can help you find out what device drivers are missing or needed to be updated in your computer.



3) Then locate the driver that you need to update, and hit the Update button next to it. 



That’s all. Wait for a few minutes for the driver to be downloaded and updated. 

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Other options

There are some other alternatives that you can choose if the above methods cannot help you with your AMD Radeon R7 250 graphics card problem. 

1) Update the BIOS. You can go to the manufacturer website of you computer to see if you can see the updated version of your BIOS. If you can find it, download and install the BIOS updates and reboot your PC to see if the problem is gone. You should only do the changes when you are fully aware of what you are doing. 

2) Refresh or reset Windows 10. Reinstalling Windows 10 should be your last choice when you have already run out of other options. For more detailed information how to reinstall Windows 10, please visit the posts below: 

How to refresh Windows 10? 
How to reset Windows 10? 

3) Check AMD Radeon R7 250 hardware. When you have ruled out the possible cause of the software, you should consider whether the problem is with the hardware. So you can check the PCI-E slot or other related slots on the motherboard to see if the AMD graphics card is firmly slotted into the port. Cleaning up the dust in the port may also help. 
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  • Shiva

    hi am using AMD . when i was plying HD videos its hanging and blarr , please solve my problem