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Microsoft recently rolled out a bug fixing update to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and Creators Update devices. Windows 10 KB4057291 brings fix for issues with faulty AMD graphics drivers, this bug was apparently causing a number of issues on desktops with AMD graphics.

As noted above, Windows 10 KB4057291 is available for devices with Fall Creators Update and Creators Update, this update fixes a critical bug aimed at AMD legacy cards running drivers version

This bug causes an issue where the system will only support three resolutions regardless of your hardware configuration. 800×600, 1024×768 and 1280×1024 resolutions were only supported, apparently, this would have ruined the user experience, however, Microsoft has finally addressed the bug.

Microsoft also published a knowledge article on December 18 confirming that the bug has been finally addressed. To get this update, navigate to Settings -> Security & Update -> Windows Update or download the update from the below links.

KB4057291 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4057291 Direct Download Links: 64-bit (x64)32-bit (x86).

Windows 10 KB4057291 Changelog

“Multi-monitor display and display resolution are not working for some AMD legacy cards (for example, Radeon HD 2000, HD3000, and HD4000 series) that mistakenly receive driver This update will install a driver to restore multi-monitor display and resolution control capabilities,” the company explained.

While this is not a cumulative update, it is recommended that the users should reboot the machine to complete the installation of the patch. It’s worth noting that the update is still rolling out and you can download it by navigating to Settings -> Security & Update -> Windows Update.

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