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20 Oct 2017 21:00 #1 by AmiloMan
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FLEM tool does not support modding crimson drivers fully and the message you are getting is because the driver initially does not support your card.

Did you try installing from Device manager manually?

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20 Oct 2017 19:25 - 20 Oct 2017 19:26 #2 by JIord222
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Help, the last step remains, but the driver is not installed.
1) I created a modified driver.
2) Removed the old driver
3) Rebooted the laptop
4) Clicked setup a modified driver
5) There is an analysis of the systems and then error 174 (not supported video card). "Add legacy support to install manager" now was active and installed. Then why is my card (8650G) still not supported? Give advice, what to do, I feel that there is the last step and everything will work
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20 Oct 2017 12:37 #3 by JIord222
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thank you very much

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20 Oct 2017 12:28 #4 by AmiloMan
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Yes if everything goes well you should have a modified 17.10.1 which was selected from the Browse button.

You select option 1,2 &3 and select the files from 16.2.1 according to your platform 64bit or 32bit.
Do the same process as above for the other card in the drop down but in Browse button this time use the other 17.10.1 copy of the freshly unpacked amd driver.

Now if every card has a separate driver modded you install each cards driver from device manager separately for each GPU corresponding to which driver you modded for that GPU.

I hope this makes sense.

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20 Oct 2017 12:16 - 20 Oct 2017 12:17 #5 by JIord222
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okay, I'll try so, thanks

the last two moments that I did not quite understand
1) If everything is modified normally, then I will then have the driver 17.10.1 (modified) or 16.21.1 (modified) installed.
2) Where to start installing the driver? From the folder you selected in Browse and install them twice? A) for 8650G from her folder B ) for 8970M from her folder?
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20 Oct 2017 11:43 - 20 Oct 2017 11:48 #6 by AmiloMan
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Extract a fresh 17.10.1 driver and then make a copy of it to another location.
  • select card then click browse and select one of the freshly extracted drivers.
  • Select different card then click browse and select the other freshly extracted driver to MOD.

Files from the 16.2.1 drivers should be used in the cocktail lounge for both drivers modded.

If you still run into problems and can't mod the drivers successfully try the drivers from this external site Leshcatlabs.net
I don't create those drivers but his drivers seem to cover the newer legacy gpus and they do offer performance enhancements.
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20 Oct 2017 11:35 - 20 Oct 2017 11:35 #7 by JIord222
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Thank you,
to install from the same folder (the one we chose by clicking Browse) in turn, or for each card to make a copy of the folder and install from there?
Sorry, for my english, i use google translate
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20 Oct 2017 11:20 #8 by AmiloMan
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Yes unfortunately your gpu is not supported because it is from the newer legacy GPUs.Using option 4 is not necessary, just use option 1 & 2. It should be enough.
Install each card from device manager one by one then reboot you computer.

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20 Oct 2017 11:15 #9 by JIord222
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Instead of the «Fully supported GPU detected», it is written «Card do not supported» and I can not select the item 4 «add legacy support install manager»

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20 Oct 2017 09:32 #10 by JIord222
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Many thanks for the prompt reply, I will test in the evening

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20 Oct 2017 09:14 - 20 Oct 2017 09:17 #11 by AmiloMan
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Hi,

Since you have two cards I would recommend modding two separate drivers for each card, using 16.2.1 as base.

Using the drop down select one card e.g the AMD Radeon 8650G and mod a latest driver like the 17.10.1 driver using 16.2.1 as base in the cocktail lounge.
Unpack another fresh copy of the newest graphics package, select your AMD Radeon HD8970M from the dropdown and mod the new driver package using 16.2.1 as base in the cocktail lounge.

You will have to install the driver from device manager, see the guide for more information about how to install from device manager and also how to disable driver signing.

Note: I haven't tested this approach on a discreet laptop, but in theory should work.

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20 Oct 2017 08:57 #12 by JIord222
Good afternoon, i have a laptop MSI GX-70 3be. Integrated card AMD Radeon 8650G. Discrete - AMD Radeon HD8970M. The last driver for the integrated graphics card is 16.2.1. I want to put, for example, the driver 17.10.1. Will your program help in this? Thank you.

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