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Lenovo Thinkpad T410

Mark: Good

eCS installs fine on the 250 GB drive (dual boot with Win 7 64 bit: followed Sigurd Fastenrath's installation guide lines - but installed the eCS boot manager using LVM instead of the Win 7 boot manaager. The eCS boot manager works well and reduces work in installation (= can simplify steps 2-3 in Sigurd's setup).

eCS 2.0 GA installed OK using legacy drivers in intitial install, and adding drivers. Final setup:

  • ACPI added after initial install, power supply works, recognizes both processors - check ACPI notes to set ACPI options in BIOS + following ACPI statement in config.sys: PSD=ACPI.PSD /SMP /R /PIC /MCPU:2
  • but suspend/resume does not work, and an additional push on on/off button needed during boot process
  • Power supply works fine, quiet fan operation, working temperature is normal (not overly hot as reported on some other newer Thinkpads)
  • Wired net access via the Intel e100E NIC driver (downloaded via software supscription services from Mensys) works excellent.
  • Did not install sound in (unable to control sound, and is just as well without it saving battery power).

Stable and fast operation. Needs working WiFi, sound, and suspend/resume to get ranking "very well".

 

Information is sent by: Eirik Romstad -- 2010-12-26 17:34:13

 
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