Hi everyone, I've been reading about a couple methods used by many to update the 3 year old graphics drivers found on Lenovo's support site for my Ideapad z575. This laptop comes equipped with Radeon 6520G integrated graphics and Radeon HD 6650M dedicated card. I am running Windows 7 64bit Home Premium SP1. Before I explain what I have tried, let me just say that I all the time I am removing old drivers and registry entries using DriverFusion, CCleaner and the AMD utility while in safe mode. Things I have tried: 1. There was a method posted on Lenovo's support site involving installing two different sets of catalyst drivers and then going back and making registry changes to "enableulps". This method allowed me to boot but gave me blue screens or lockups in different games. 2. I have tried LeeKM's 13.12 driver for AMD APU's. This booted for me but would cause my games to lockup. 3. Lastly I've tried LeeKM's 14.3 driver for AMD APU's thinking that a newer version may have fixed the issues from 13.12 I was having. This driver would not allow me to get past the Windows loading screen. I could not even boot to safe mode. I had to load "last known good configuration" and remove the driver. 4. I have tried drivers from AMD's website and also the utility to let AMD pick the drivers best suited for my machine. These will either cause my machine to freeze in games, not load in catalyst properly or will not install because of my hardware not being compatible. Being that so many people are having success with at least one version of the driver, I'm thinking maybe it is either my particular model of laptop or something I am doing wrong. Could it be because I have another partition with the original video drivers on my machine for backup? (created by restore disks) Should I try clean install windows without a second partition or would that not make any difference? I'd really like to get this fixed so I can use drivers that are not from 2011. Thanks in advance!!