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Joe Average, Nov 23, 2008 Joe Average, Nov 23, 2008 #3 Nov 23, 2008 #4 heelix [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,045 Joined: Aug 2, 2004 A few bits of key software I use Login to BIOS setup and change the harddrive to compatibility mode. > 3. You'll be able to ask questions about your motherboard or chat with the community and help others. Microsoft keep >>>>> telling I already have the later version of Windows in hard drive. >>>>> >>>>> Thank you advance for your help. >>>> >>>>Google: dual boot xp vista >>>> >>>>This have a peek here

Transfer the file to a USB thumb drive, and copy it to your x61s. I posted the same information on my blog , with screen shots interlaced. Check the "Don't show this message or launch the System Configuration Utility when Windows starts" checkbox and click OK to close the dialog box. Service Pack 2 is quite large, and will appear to be inactive when downloading.

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No yellow devices anymore. +++ UGUCAUCGUAUUUCU Top crashnburn ThinkPadder Posts: 1643 Joined: Sat Apr 22, 2006 4:26 pm Location: TX, USA & Bombay, India Quote #2 Post by crashnburn » Mon Not happy about that. A quick look at the device manager shows a fair bit of work in front of us. So you're saying there are some Apps that you have, that break and dont run on Vista / 2008 codebase?

Power management seems to work just fine. Allow it to check for drivers. * Audio Device on High Definition Audio Bus hardware is found, but it will not be able to install the hardware. Aaron S, Dec 6, 2007 #3 Quaoar Guest Aaron S wrote: > We just the the new ThinkPad X61 laptop. > It comes with Vista Home Basic. > I also order Not happy about that.

Ethernet Adapter Download Network Adapter Driver (PROEM64T_v13_3.exe) from Intel using a computer that can reach the Internet. Lenovo Thinkpad X61 Microsoft keep >> telling I already have the later version of Windows in hard drive. >> >> Thank you advance for your help. > >Google: dual boot xp vista > >This Now that the box is up and running, I've got a backup of all the extracted drivers. After the startup files were loaded, the system is rebooting and > installation is continued. > 6.

Click OK to close the Modem installer wizard. After I boot up with XP disc and start loading for few minutes, then it say it starts Windows, then, it turn blue crash screen. His problem with the XP install is that the installation CD needs to have added drivers loaded so that it can find an SATA drive. In news:, lovecd typed on Sat, 21 Feb 2009 20:43:40 -0600: > What I did are: > 1.

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As a result, he > needs > to obtain XP's SATA drivers for the motherboard chipset in his computer, > copy > them onto a floppy diskette, and insert the floppy Select the "unknown" device that lists the location as "on Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Embedded Controller". Lenovo X61 Drivers Windows 7 MIGR-70065 Double click p961b_fprx64_582ww.msi to launch the installer and accept defaults in wizard. Lenovo Drivers Ben Myers On Wed, 05 Dec 2007 21:27:05 -0700, Quaoar <> wrote: >Aaron S wrote: >> We just the the new ThinkPad X61 laptop. >> It comes with Vista Home Basic.

Follow the Windows setup wizard until it completes. http://waveofnet.com/lenovo-x61/lenovo-x61-tablet-drivers.php Click the Console Root > Component Services > My Computer > DCOM Config node. I am taking a liking to Windows 7, however, as odd as that seems. Wouldn't Windows 2008 be a better option?

  1. Click the Start button, click Run...
  2. Microsoft keep >>>> telling I already have the later version of Windows in hard drive. >>>> >>>> Thank you advance for your help. >>> >>>Google: dual boot xp vista >>> >>>This
  3. I'll bookmark IE to the Windows Update page as that is all I'll use it for.
  4. Top heelix Posts: 33 Joined: Sat Jun 17, 2006 11:01 pm Location: MSP Quote #11 Post by heelix » Wed Dec 24, 2008 12:58 pm swliu wrote:can you get Power Manager
  5. This is so weird to me.
  6. MIGR-67821 Double click 7ka213ww.exe, which will extract files to C:\Drivers\vista\AMD64\VISTA.
  7. Top falcong Posts: 4 Joined: Wed Aug 01, 2012 5:26 pm Location: Wrocław, Poland Re: HOWTO: Installing Windows XP (x64) on an x61s Thinkpad Quote #22 Post by falcong » Wed

I have some hesitations as well in terms of going to the Vista/2008 codebase but would like a "Rock Solid" system that uses the 4G Ram efficiently. I maximize the screen resolution to 1024x768 when the install finishes. Open the browser and start Windows Update again. Check This Out Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Users Online 125 Members / 3608 Guests English Community > ThinkPad Notebooks > ThinkPad: X Series Laptops > SATA driver download X61 Double click PROEM64T_v13_3.exe, accept all the defaults in the wizard. Thanks! > > A Smith;435703 Wrote: >> Thank you John, set BIOS hard drive to compatible mode instead of AHDI >> works >> for XP.

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Ask a Question Similar Threads Do I need 64bit Win XP for a dual core 64 bit CPU? Click the Control Panel, click System, click the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager button. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? T61 8892-02U: 14.1"SXGA+/2.2C2D/4G/XP|Adv Mini Dock|30" Gateway XHD3000 WQXGA via Dual-link DVI X61T 7767-96U: 12.1"SXGA+/1.6C2D/3G/Vista|Ultrabase W510 4319-2PU: 15.6"FHD/i7-720QM/4G/Win7Pro64 (for dad) T43 1875-DLU: 14.1"XGA/1.7PM-740/1G/XP (Old) Top Aroc Junior Member Posts: 330 Joined: Sat

Setup cannot continue. I also order anther additional 60GB hard drive to run older XP programs that would not run in Vista. Nov 23, 2008 #1 heelix [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,045 Joined: Aug 2, 2004 I picked up an x61s Thinkpad for work. http://waveofnet.com/lenovo-x61/lenovo-x61-xp-drivers.php One of the primary reasons I selected this laptop was it had the Intel GM965 "Santa Rosa" chipset.

Too bad. I use the OOTB Windows configuration tools, and the physical switch on machine itself to disable it. +++ UGUCAUCGUAUUUCU Top erik moderator Posts: 3597 Joined: Sun Apr 25, 2004 12:52 pm Might change in a couple years, but then again - so will my hardware. After added the RAM (another blog note later) the next order of business was installing a fresh 64-bit Windows Operating System on one of the two hard drives to take advantage

X6x Tablet Hi All Recently my trusty old X61s died - I had foolishly left it powered up (via a docking station, and possibly with a fake Lenovo power supply)... 7 This way you will get a faster, better response from the members on Motherboard Point. Add the LOCAL SERVICE user (never hurts to click the Check Names button), click OK, check the allow checkbox Local Activation in addition to the Local Launch already selected, and click This > may involve running a manufacturer-supplied diagnostic or setup program. > > Setup cannot continue.

You should hear the Windows Exit sound. Reboot after the wizard completes the installation. Click the Security tab, change the radio button on the Launch and Activation Permissions group to Customize, and click the edit button. When the machine starts, you will hear the Windows welcome sound and see a warning "The version of AudioESP is not intended for this Operating System".

Click {B1B9CBB2-B198-47E2-8260-9FD629A2B2EC} to select it, right click to bring up the properties dialog. Here is 7ka213ww.exe: http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc ... Power management seems to work just fine. Click {B1B9CBB2-B198-47E2-8260-9FD629A2B2EC} to select it, right click to bring up the properties dialog.

Top Hans Gruber Senior Member Posts: 779 Joined: Thu Sep 29, 2005 6:18 am Location: Seattle, WA Re: HOWTO: Installing Windows XP (x64) on an x61s Thinkpad Quote #29 Post by That should allow XP to install. IBM/Lenovo offers support for XP Pro x64 in a lot of their products, and if you - for some silly reason I can't fathom - can't locate a proper XP Pro