Please let me know the happenings! Download previous version here: Download and extract version 3. Any help would be much appreciated! Is it possible that Windows Update could have this driver somewhere I didn’t manage to install all the updates yet? I’ll just disable the device and I think the laptop will work just fine without it.

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Message 2 of Message 1 of I downloaded the system update program from Lenovo. Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain faoi Mhaise Daoibh.

Thank you for your help and the advice from http: Is it possible to force Win 7 to use a backup I am still having problems with several bad drivers since I have upgraded to Windows 8.

Then I found out it’s a hotkey utility, but there’s only a driver for XP and Vista systems so I tried installing that but it failed said something about kernel and the question mark remained on the unknown device.

I went on the Lenovo forums and there it was said it’s the power management driver but I installed that and it’s not it. The system update still gives the same results.


ATK ACPI UTILITY driver free download for windows – LENOVO – ThinkPad SL (CTO)

Message 6 of Thank you very much for sharing the link to that post! Is there a previous version of this driver I could try?

I bought an used SL, installed Windows 7 x86 and managed to find and install all the missing drivers, the only one with question mark in Device Manager is an Unknown device with hardware ID: Fortunately, by an only mildly embarrassing accident, I discovered that the mic was still enabled on my closed but running W Just did a full factory restore and tried to install the 8jvu39ww.

SL – no driver for Win7? Message 8 of Lenovo’s Support page recommended installing gevu65ww. This website uses cookies. The Compatibility mode was defaulted on “Windows Vista”. SL hotkey utility problem with Windows 8. Message 10 of Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone After changing this to Windows 8 my systemthe volume buttons started working again.


Unfortunately I get the same error message with this file as well. Thank you all for help anyway. I really can’t find the Win7 driver for that thing.

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all! It will automatically download and install the missing drivers for your system. What else can I try? I’ll just disable the device and I think the laptop will work just fine without it.

ACPI\ATK0101 device driver for Windows 7 x64

Well, I gave it a test run. If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an “Accepted Solution”! I tried everything I could. Try running Think Vantage system update.