Advanced Options

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Here is how Advanced options look like:




Majority of sections are self-explanatory.


In this manual we will cover:

I. Components list

II. Tasks List

III. Tools



I. Components list


Components box allows you to select Intel driver.


UnifL is capable of automatic selection of Intel Generation you have on your laptop.


Of course, you can select the one you want manually and UnifL will register that change:




If UnifL will fail to determine your Intel Generation, appropriate message will be shown and you will have to select it manually.




How to determine which Generation is your card?

You can rely on Name of Intel Card in device manager, but what if it is generic like "Intel HD Graphics Family"?

No problem, since DEVICE ID will tell us what we need. Here is quick guide on how to locate it:


Hit start button and type "Device Manager", then launch it:



After that, expand "Display Adapters" menu and locate Intel graphic card, right click on it and hit "Properties" button.

You should get following picture:




Then navigate to "Details" tab and then in "Property" menu locate "Hardware Ids":




Green marked space is showing real "name" of card. Select:
Legacy Intel driver if your DEV_ID is present in following list:



Modern Intel driver if your DEV_ID is present in following list:


Iris Intel driver if your DEV_ID is present in following list:



IrisPro/Haswell/Broadwell/Skylake Intel driver if your DEV_ID is present in following list:






II. Tasks List


Currently it has following options:




1. Run Installation Assistant after deploy


Does what it says - Runs UIA after driver is configured to ease Drivers Installation.


2. Browse *Manual* Installation Guide


In case you dont want to use UIA, check this box.

Txt instructions will be opened after deployement.

Follow the guide to complete Driver Installation manually.


3. Open Destination Folder


Opens Folder where configured UnifL driver resides after deployment.


4. Visit


Opens after deployment in your default browser.


5. Create Restore Point (Hightly Recommended)


Before configuring UnifL driver, creates global restore point so in case of any failures you can always roll back to Driver pre-install stage.



III. Tools


Tools section is described here.


Next : UnifL Driver Installation Instructions.