So for quite some time now, my computer is hard rebooting itself. It looks something like I would unplug power to it and then turns itself on again. I thought It could be overheating, however I opened and cleared everything and the problem keeps occurring. I was thinking that this could be problem with Windows so I checked Event Viewer for logs, and every time the shutdown occurs there is no logs for 30 minutes, when the computer turns itself back on it says that the computer was shut down 30 minutes ago, unsafely.
Also every time the computer restarts this way I got this message
Default Radeon WattMan settings have been restored due to unexpected system failure
Which makes me think it has something to do with graphics card.
Is there a way to fix this problem without reinstalling / deleting graphics drivers. This is because every time I tried to reinstall or update graphics drivers, the drivers stop functioning, and I have to do factory reset on computer. (Deleting updated driver and then installing it back from AMD site does not help at all, and installation always finishes with warnings.
I am unhappy user of this graphics card: AMD R5 330
My computer also features A10-7800 Radeon R7 Processor
Edit: Once again I tried updating my graphics drivers from version 16.6 to 17.2.1. After installation I still got version 16.6, and updating resulted with warning
<package> <description>AMD Display Driver</description> <result>Fail</result> <version>15.200.1055.0000</version> <size>90 </size> </package>