Which this intel matrix storage driver doesn’t like apparently, so this conflicts with Windows update effectively breaking it. Although it would be interesting to know if this “windows update breakage” happens on other systems with larger or smaller HDD’s as a result of the driver. Check your Turbo Console. Message 10 of I’v hade the exact same problem. TP61 is a great machine, even if old.
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Message 5 of I am using V: If you ever need to lenkvo, make sure your use F6 and a way to deliver that driver. I’ve contemplated the idea of installing all my elnovo updates and then reinstalling the intel driver afterwards but that doesn’t seem like a stable solution. Message 3 of I’ve tried other work arounds besides the driver itself to get windows update working but the only way I’ve been able to fix windows update was to roll back to the standard driver.
Message 1 of Thanks again and Happy Holidays. The latest verion that supports it from intel’s website has the same issue v 8. When I checked for your driver I found several version, a zip file and an exe.
I had spend quite some time t61; about it, trying things that people mentioned, running a fix program from MS, but it just did not fix it.
And this other one referring to Turbo drive: Thanks for the 2 cents. TP61 is a great machine, even if old. Thanks you very much for your post, it solved the problem on my T With the new drivers everything is running just fine again. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. The zip file is just a driver, but the exe loaded several other files on my system.
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You sure made my day. Because “if” the standard windows driver performs just as well then my problem is solved. The size of my HDD 1 TB and these newer drives using lenobo sectors or something instead of kb one person mentioned if you can confirm this please do so. I’ve spent quite some time looking around the net about this issue. Perhaps the standard driver is just aci. ZIP, depending on you using 32 or 64 bits, at the Intel site. I’ve read in places that the solution for them was to update their driver to Intel’s newer RST.
There are some peoples that prefer it to even many new ones. So thanks again for you post and providing the replacement driver name.
It could be done it a couple of minutes. Check your Turbo Console.
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Less so with the Intel driver installed it seems. So you are using v: The HDD is pretty new. So my question would be two things Message 4 of Not sure if v: After that reboot and forget about this problem ever existed.
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