AMD has confirmed that it is working on graphics drivers for Windows 10 preview builds, after various reports from users facing issues emerged online.
According to AMD's Windows 10 information page, the existing driver packages for the company's products are compatible with the technical preview builds. However, with the launch of the latest 9926 build users have started reporting issues with device detection.
Users running Windows 10's latest consumer preview build have reported on Microsoft Answers forum, that they are getting a "code 43" in Device Manager for their AMD graphics cards. The matter was also raised by a Twitter user in reply to Windows Insider head, Gabriel Aul's tweet.
AMD has now replied to the tweet with a Microsoft Answers link where Pete Leventhal, the Director of Software Engineering at AMD, has confirmed that the company is working with Microsoft to fix the issues on a priority basis.
As Microsoft is seeing a large number of Windows Insiders trying out the preview builds of Windows 10, it is a good thing that AMD has shown eagerness to push out an update for affected users for an unfinished build of Windows.
Source: Microsoft Answers