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Cannot get any setup work with 5700 or 5700 XT, does not recognice cards

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do you also use 5700XT? If so, what OS and driver Version do you use?
sorry, this will be my last question for today

Yes, I have a little 5700. The images are different as I test them. Versions of Linux kernels and AMD drivers are also different and from 19.30 to 20.30.
At 20.30 I have another rig running on mix of 470/570/580 4/8Gb

hi Calathia
sorry but i am having the same issue ,i detected it but couldn’t solve it
i have vega64 and rx580, the vega64 doesnt let hive os start , Failed to read reg:xxxxxx
i checked the risers and the cables and everything, i assumed that the problem is in the riser of vega, so i replaced the rx58 risers with vega risers and rx580 worked well…
now i am running the latest hiveos and i didnt bios or flash my vega, just some tweaks.
i wish anybody can help
btw the vega is working well in windows *nanopool nanominer
any problem with hiveOS version? or vega64 driver ? i am installing blockchain driver with no bios modding

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I see the following line when I run the amd_info command.

No AMD GPUs found as /sys/class/drm/card*/device/pp_table

OS version is: [email protected]
AMD driver version is: A 20.40

N 460.73.01

It’s mean that device not recognized properly by the driver. To understand what’s happened to need to look into logs.

dmesg command will be good start

I fixed the problem. My solution to friends who have the same problem is this: Make the Riser connections one by one. Discharge and plug in PSU static electricity before connecting the first riser. Thanks to this, I saw the graphics cards. This process is performed on all graphics cards, respectively.

I know this is super old but I’m having this same issue. I tried everything mentioned with bios. My setup was working with multiple GPUs then I plugged in another Vega 64 Nitro and then received the amdgpu: failed to read reg error. Now when testing with two GPUs I get that same error but with either one plugged in…no errors. Any ideas?

Actually, I ended up getting it to work by switching from Phoenixminer to Redminer.

I solved the 5700 problem by turning off autofan.
It sounds crazy but it solves

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same issue Vega. Have you solved it ?

may be I take a try as well. How can we ask the HIVEOS guys, to check this topic ?
Maybe an update on the system would be usefull, I would not like to switch of autofan