12-16-2010 11:54 PM
Hi there, I have a Lenovo ThinkPad T510 (4314-6NG) with 4Gb RAM running Windows 7 64-bit.
I have tried running the ThinVantage System Update to update drivers, but it keeps giving me the error:
"The Package Content Server is Invalid. Please contact the Support Centre"
I have downloaded System Update v4 from the Lenovo website and reinstalled - same problem.
I then downloaded and installed the ThinkVantage Update Retriever, but after adding my Machine Type (4314) I still get exactly the same error.
I have tried with both products connecting through my organisations LAN (with a Proxy) as well as through my Mobile Broadband connection, to no avail.
I have checked within my Internet Explorer that the "Automatically detect settings" for the Proxy is not enabled.
I have no more ideas - please help.
12-17-2010 09:03 PM
I've been trying over and over again - nothing is working. On the one hand I interpret the error message to mean that there is something wrong external to my workstation.
On the other hand, if that was so, then surely I would have received a response from someone saying as much.
So, the problem has to be located on my worksttaion - but where/why?
Is it the fact that I'm running 64-bit Windows? Thing is, I've tried everything I can find on the Lenovo site which is 64-bit capable. Why then do I continue to get this error.... Very frustrating...!!!
Some help please??
12-17-2010 09:42 PM
OK, I found some more articles (from 2008 - but I'm desparate )
Anyways, the articel refereed to a possible problem with the Read Only properties of the Lenovo\SystemUpdate folder. Well, i changed this to no avail.
I've also tried running System Update and Update Retirever "As Administrator" in the hopes some elevated permissions would help - Nada!!
I'm going to review an issue perhaps with .NET Framework now... will advise...