Anyway I will try to disable it and take your advice. Comparison video The only tools you need for servicing a ThinkPad are a set of small screwdrivers and a nylon spudger for taking the screen and keyboard bezels off , and possibly a pair of tweezers. I installed Win10 Pro back in Jun I’m really going for the bare minimum to get everything running, and will add from there. If your post does not appear in the new queue, it’s because of the stupid spam filter. Here’s a couple of links – http: If I do my clean install can I still use those drivers, but just select which ones I want?
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I had no trouble getting my clean install up and running and I love it. Lenovo do know what they are doing.
Im sort of at my wits end here. Would appreciate any help with it. Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. I hate out-of-the-box experiences, “Enhanced” or not.
I don’t pott using Lenovo’s drivers in my own clean install, I just don’t want the silly programs that I don’t need such as ThinkVantage Toolbox etc. Building a list of everything I need to install on my fresh win7 install!
Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. The only tools you need for servicing a ThinkPad are a set of small screwdrivers and a nylon spudger for taking the screen and keyboard bezels offand possibly a pair of tweezers. Who is online Users browsing this forum: Follow instructions in readme file; we only installed the driver, which required deselecting the root PROSet Wireless item in the installation tree.
Otherwise, the system should function fairly well immediately after install; it doesn’t use any esoteric prt.
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Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. So now y510 cant use my new wireless card. Never use nail polish remover acetone. Much happier with my T now though.
I have used a Updater from intel. I installed Win10 Pro back in Jun I have been told that this could be part of the Intel R Leenovo Management Technology by the refurbisher but he is not being very helpful. Made a complete reinstall of Win10 and installed this package from Intels homepage. I haven’t finished yet, am going sefial test out power manager etc, but it works great as is so far: There are also some! Want to add to the discussion?
Anyone know of a source. You can ignore it, unless you need a serial port. Thanks so much for any help you can give this OCD user. Follow lnovo in readme file for installation.
I’m gonna have to read a lot to figure out what I need and what I don’t. Also a updater from Intel.