AMD Catalyst Mobility NON-PX/PowerXpress/Enduro Fix Drivers (13.11BetaV7)

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  1. LeeKM

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    Windows 7(non-local accounts) or Windows 8/8.1 Users: You will need to Disable Driver Signature Enforcement between installing the Modified Driver.
    Disable Secure Boot (In the motherboard's UEFI firmware settings, click/tap on the Security menu, select the Secure Boot option, and click/tap/press Enter to enable or disable it.)

    Step 1. Open the Windows command promt as “Run as Administrator”.
    Step 2. Run “bcdedit -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS” (without the “”).
    Step 3. To finalize the process run “bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING ON” (without the “”).
    Step 4. Reboot and you’re done.

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    To disable it do step 1 and run these commands on step 2 and 3:
    Step 2. “bcdedit -set loadoptions ENABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS” (without the “”)
    Step 3. “bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING OFF” (without the “”)
    Then do step 4 and you’re done.

    Supported OS:

    Windows 8.1 64bit
    Windows 8 64bit
    Windows 7 64bit

    AMD Product Compatibility:

    AMD Mobility Radeon™ Discrete Product Family

    AMD Mobility Radeon™ HD 8000M Series
    AMD Mobility Radeon HD 7000M Series
    AMD Mobility Radeon HD 6000M Series
    AMD Mobility Radeon HD 5000 Series

    Consumer Notebooks with AMD Accelerated Processor (APU) Product Family

    AMD A10 Series APU
    - utilizing AMD Radeon™ HD 8000G Series
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 7000G Series

    AMD A8 Series APU
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 8000G Series
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 7000G Series
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 6000G Series

    AMD A6 Series APU
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 8000G Series
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 7000G Series
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 6000G Series

    AMD A4 Series APU
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 8000G Series
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 7000G Series
    - utilizing AMD Radeon HD 6000G Series

    note: Before you install fix driver..... Please delete the existing drivers with Driver Cleaner.
    note: Intel users recommends install the new Intel graphics driver.

    Download:

    For NON-PX(NON-Switchable) users: AMD_Catalyst_13.11_Mobility_BetaV7(Fixed mode).exe (198.9 MB)

    For Enduro(intel) users: AMD_Catalyst_13.11_Mobility_BetaV7(Enduro_Fix).exe (198.9 MB)

    For PowerXpress(APU) users: AMD_Catalyst_13.11_Mobility_BetaV7(PX_Fix).exe (205.6 MB)

    Password: www.notebookreview.co.kr
     
  2. Berdugoo

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    wow LeeKM you're so fast thanks to this driver update... downloading!!!!
     
  3. Berdugoo

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    Hi LeeKM... so far so good im ready for BF4 LOL... thanks for the driver update :deflate::deflate::deflate::deflate::deflate:
     
  4. megatube

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    need to uninstall it before installing it ?

    already using this driver: 13.11v6 leeKM Fix

    I need to do

    1-Windows starts test mode
    2-Install intel latest hd3000 driver
    3-restart
    4-***305;nstall 13.11v7 and turn off test mode
    5-restard and well done


    Honest?
     
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  5. megatube

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    I ***305;nstalled v7 now, how to ***305;nstall this intel hd 3000 drivers ? same plan ? drivers ***305;nstall***305;ng test mode ?

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    Sorry but that

    Do you mind if I dont ***305;nstall this hd gfx driver ?
     
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  6. Berdugoo

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    no need to uninstall intel hd 3000 just update AMD only

    -what i do is run your system as an admin
    -enable test mode
    -uninstall AMD
    -driver fusion on safe mode
    -back on normal mode
    -use ccleaner left over reg.
    -install LeeKMs latest 13.11 beta7 mod driver

    this is the very important part ENJOY!!!!

    "SMILE SEE THE WORLD FREE":bonk::bonk::bonk:

    -
     
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    thank you for everything, successfully completed the installation

    lets play battlefield 4 :D
     
  8. Elite3540

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    Thanks!

    This download downloads at 1-3megabyte/s. It's fixed!

    Testing now.

    :)
     
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    Thanks for the EDIT at the other thread, LeeKM.

    I tryed this driver but I still get the black horizontal lines flickering. D:

    I think it has something to do with the clocks or display screen..

    Because if I set my resolution lower, the lines go away. :3eyes:
     
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    Try changing the Intel graphics driver.
     

  11. Elite3540

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    How do you mean Intel graphics driver?

    I only have one videocard, 6650M on a ACER 7750G.

    (European version, I live in Belgium)

    I used your NON-PX driver btw.

    If you could response, thanks.
     
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  12. LeeKM

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    http://forum.notebookreview.com/acer/647283-acer-aspire-7750g-switchable-graphics-problem-6.html

    1) BSOD = Bios Screen of Deadly annoyance // Bios Screen Oddly Disappear \\ Black Screen On Display
    First step, remove laptop battery and unplug power cable from laptop
    Second step, remove cover and ram(s) from the(ir) slot
    Third step, this can be solved in 2 ways, either short the 2 pins as showned in picture: http://imgbin.org/images/7730.png or remove bios battery and hold down power button on laptop for 10-15 seconds(power discharge), this will set date to 2009 and load default settings

    2) update bios to moded version
    download according to your model the correct bios mod from: Index of /BIOS/Insyde
    (in my case Acer Aspire 7750G = A_A_7750_P5WE0117_UlkMenus_ByCamiloml.exe)
    install bios and reboot, enter bios setup and set the time correctly(if above bios reset was required) and set the following:
    Go into BIOS -> Advanced -> Video Configuration -> Pci Express Graphic -> Always Enable PEG [Enabled]
    Go into BIOS -> Advanced -> Video Configuration -> Pci Express Graphic -> PowerXpress Setting [Muxed Fixed Scheme]

    do not disable internal graphics
     
  13. Elite3540

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    Thanks, but I'm not going to do that.

    As I said I have no switchable graphics and the manufracture drivers work but not the newer ones.

    Again, thanks for the information.
     
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    Hi!

    I've having some problems making this work.

    By "work", I mean having the switchable graphics option available.

    My laptop is a Samsung with a Intel HD4000 and a Radeon 8000M.

    I disabled the driver verification, uninstalled the older ones I had (beta 1), ran Driver Fusion in safe mode, and driver cleaner.

    The Intel drivers I have are the latest from Samsung (9.17.10.2975).

    After installing the Enduro driver, I can see that the Radeon device is stopped with the "Code 43" error...

    Can anyone shed some light on what is happening?

    Thank you in advance for any help.
     
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    Me and another guy have a problem with this new driver: we can't open the Catalyst Control Center.

    The message says: "Catalyst Control Center cannot be started. There are currently no settings that can be configured using Catalyst Control Center."

    This problem started with yours 13.11 beta 3/6 and 7.

    No problem with 13.11: we can open the CCC normally.

    I've the Intel 15.28.18.3223, Windows 7 64bit and of course I've done the Step 1-2-3-4. My friend is on Windows 8.1
     

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    that's also happen to me ccc setting gone... what i did is after the clean install i restart my laptop 2x and the CCC setting i back again... i dont know what happen but may be a trick...
     
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    So after 2 restarts, do you have ccc permanent? or does the problem occur again?

    Lee what did you change with this new drivers? Because we got this problem.
     
  18. LeeKM

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    Try using a different Intel drivers.
     
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    Try using a different Intel drivers.
     
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    When you say a different one... From the Intel website?
    I ask this, because I read somewhere that in order for the switching graphics to work, a special Intel driver is needed (some kind of "AMD signed").
     

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