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.
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.