03-05-2009 12:00 PM
MY research indicates that all TurboMemroy problems are related to incompatibility between TurboMemory driver and Active protection system driver.. After removing APS i have new notebook reability score = vista rises from 4 ---> 8 and rising in a month.. no single lockup... Notebook is much more responsive.. No more "unexpected hdd light for some minutes an lockups"..
Its worth a try.. (hybrid sleep and all other things can stay enabled)....
HDD is under warranty for at leas 2 years.. so who cares ... waiting for a fix.. If theer will be any.
03-24-2009 08:25 AM
un-related question here. I have a T61, and when i attach it to a 2504 mini dock the usb ports on the detected by the laptop. Have you run across this problem before.
07-16-2009 09:36 PM
Tim, I tried following your suggestion, but when I expanded the Storage controllers category, there was no Intel Flash Cache Logic Chip to double click. The only items under Storage Controllers are Intel Turbo Memory Controller and Microsoft SCSI Initiator.
Is there a fix for this?
07-16-2009 10:44 PM
After aprox. 1 year with my T61p I have notice that this problem hasn't been resolved yet.
1. I have Windows Vista Business x64 OEM system. I migrated to Windows Vista Business x86 system, and nothing. Still have BSOD problems.
2. I have un installed the Active Protection System and disable Hybrid sleep. Still have BSOD problems.
3. I have installed last Turbo Memory drivers. Still have BSOD problems.
Every time I shut down my computer and turn on after o while, I have a BSOD.
Every time I make an intensive graphic work (like rendering, or CAD programs) I have a BSOD. I don't play games.
So, can anyone to tell me what to do?
07-23-2009 02:23 PM
Until today, my T61p was pretty stable, even with Turbo Memory activated. I have the latest TM driver from Lenovo as well as other Lenovo SW and drivers.Today my computer suddenly blue screened. I didn't get a chance to read the screen before it attempted to reboot. However, as Vista was loading, it blue screened again. When started in safe mode It was complaining about 'ianvstor.sys.' This continued as I tried booting into safe mode and selecting various options with rescue and recovery. I could not get my T61p to boot at all before it crashed again.Finally, I booted my T61p from USB drive with Linux installed. I renamed 'ianvstor.sys' in the \windows\system32\drivers directory, and rebooted. This time Vista booted without incident.Lenovo System Toolbox notified me about this article:
07-23-2009 03:42 PM
remove turbo memory card.. located under keyboard. tenn uninstall turbomemory driver..
install matrix storage manager driver..
insert turbomemoy card again..
install TM driver..
(deistaling acive protection driver might help!
07-23-2009 04:21 PM
08-27-2009 07:30 PM
System experiences an intermittent blue-screen (BSOD), with a stop code of 0x1000007E - ThinkPad