Switchable graphics w/o Leshcat

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by iBen95111, Jun 28, 2012.

  1. popeye

    popeye Master Guru

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    Does that mean Intel CPUs also?
     
  2. mtbizzle

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    Wait, AMD is going to start giving switchable setups driver support?

    And yeah, trust me, I feel ya popeye. I know how to navigate PCs, but am not good at the more technical stuff, and it took me probably 5-6 hours to figure this driver crap out. And it STILL doesn't work for sheiss. May have just wasted $48...
     
  3. leshcat

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    how comes you lost 48$?
     
  4. mtbizzle

    mtbizzle New Member

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    Battlefield 3 premium edition was $48
     

  5. hulawafu77

    hulawafu77 Member Guru

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    Yes that means Intel too.
     
  6. sherrypizza

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    I got LESHCAT's 12.8 on my Alienware M17x R3 6990m and switchable working as well, since I failed to install 12.8 on 6990m switchable before, his exe worked.
     
  7. Dch48

    Dch48 Ancient Guru

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    The card being supported only means that it is supported as a single card in a machine with an AMD CPU. It does not mean it is supported in a switchable Intel/AMD configuration.
     
  8. Mad<>Max

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    I was hoping maybe you have a working solution for switchable AMD-Intel coproduction, that works on a clean install.
    I've started a couple of days ago a new thread with my Aspire 8935G, where you though it might have been an overheating issue, but maybe a working solution from point blank would suit me better. Sometime I find it easier to reinstall the OS than to fiddle around with drivers.

    I have an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4670 and an Intel 4 Series video card/chip.

    I have just noticed, that popeye said in an earlier post, that the BIOS is critical on laptops with switchable graphics? Why is that so?
     
    Last edited: Oct 15, 2012

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