Topic Title: Vision Engine Control Center gone?
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Created On: 12/22/2013 01:36 PM
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 12/22/2013 01:36 PM
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Dch48
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Every Mobility driver I have ever installed up to and including 13.4 has given me the Vision Engine Control Center. This 13.12 WHQL mobility package gives me the regular Catalyst Control Center. Did AMD do away with the VECC or did they just screw up with the 13.12 mobility driver? I do have an AMD Llano APU as shown in my signature so according to what AMD says, I should have the VECC.



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 12/22/2013 11:12 PM
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I have an idea what the reason might be. On AMD's download page for the mobility drivers it says that 13.12 can only be installed on second generation or newer APUs that support Enduro. My first generation Llano does not support Enduro so even though the driver does install and work very well, a Llano APU is not recognized as supporting Enduro and is treated the same as if it was an Intel CPU. Therefore Catalyst Control Center is installed instead of the Vision Engine Control Center.

Does that make sense?



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