Dear UnifL Community,

It has come to our attention that AMD has finally made changes to the way their official drivers install for switchable systems. I.E As far as we know, there is NO need for Modded 13.11 beta 9.2 AMD drivers that can be found on certain forums as the Official AMD release works out of the box for a certain percentage of switchable Laptops.

This means that as of 13.11 beta 9.2 AMD has incorporated switchable parameters into the kernel adding support for devices which they inherently did not want to support such as the 5xxx and 6xxxm series.

Doing these changes manually for every big driver release was a big part of the UnifL project since the 1st modified set on the 4th November 2011.

However conducting switchable parameter changes for drivers is not where UnifL draws the line. UnifL also expands into adjustments and niche fixes for Problematic non mainstream lines of laptops.

We welcome this ground breaking move by AMD to incorporate support for a huge amount of their GPUs since the market shifted attention to mobile devices/Windows 8 and we would like to further support the problematic systems that are still having issues (even with the newest drivers).

Since this amazing community has allowed us to create certified drivers, FTC database, Niche fixes, forums and of course having your undoubtful support, we ask you to help us push UnifL into the next grand stage.

With the forum we were able to accumulate ALL bug reports from users that tested the 13.9 drivers.

With this groundwork we would like to do the same with the latest AMD drivers and collect as many reports as possible on issues that arise for users.

This will allow us to build on AMDs new work and broaden support enabling us to release a more customized experience.

So without further adieu:

1. Clean your system with the usual methods.

2.In CMD with Admin rights:
bcdedit /set TESTSIGNING OFF

3. Restart

Links to official drivers releases:

13.11 Beta 9.2

Intel HD Graphics – Generation 1:

Intel HD Graphics 3000:

Intel HD Graphics 4000 and Iris models:

Please note:
We already have reports for laptops that do not support this but we would like to hear from you:
7650m on ProBook
(preliminary reports)

Let us know your experience at Forum page!

Sincerely yours,

UnifL Team.