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. Also a updater from Intel. I have uninstalled it from device manager but of course it just comes back on a reboot. I had to look up the post I made when I did Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone Otherwise, the system should function fairly well immediately after install; it doesn’t use any esoteric i.
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Building a list of everything I need to install on my fresh win7 install! Made a complete reinstall of Win10 and installed this package from Intels homepage. Thanks a lot for all your patience and help. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Generally, it’s just the video drivers that you might need to install.
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I went the following install path thanks to help from here and another forum, installing very minimum drivers past the windows default installation. I haven’t finished yet, am going to test out power manager etc, but it works great as is so far: Any clues as to where I should be looking?
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Solved: Missing PCI Serial-Port Driver win10 64bit – Lenovo Community
Thanks so much for any help you can give this OCD user. I guess the best thing for me to do is format and install Windows 7, then run Lenovo’s System Update tool. Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone I can confirm that Win 10 Creators Update works fine on this machine with only the above exception.
Looking at both Intel and Lenovo websites I can not find anything specific only lots of files which do not appear to be related. Otherwise, the system should function fairly well immediately after install; it doesn’t use any esoteric i. I have been told that this could be part of the Intel R Active Management Technology by the refurbisher but he is not being very helpful. If I do my clean install can I still use those drivers, but just select which ones I want?
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Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. Follow instructions in readme lort we only installed the driver, which required deselecting the root PROSet Wireless item in the installation tree.
Appears to be for integrated graphics only.
Anyway I will try to disable it and take your advice. I didn’t realize it had been that long. I don’t see the problem. Enhanced Edition or something?
Use the link to ‘message the moderators’ below to tell them. This helped me too. Message 2 of 6.
I’m a desktop guy and with a desktop you get to do exactly what you want right from the start – I don’t see why laptops should be any different I’m not sure why people are so weird in general about doing clean installs on laptops.
I had to look up the post I made when I did BTW – while Tplus is right in that there’s no real value in wasting a little space