04-05-2008 03:51 AM - edited 08-30-2009 04:19 AM
this is one of the longest unsolved threads in Lenovo Forum. To keep a summary of the posts for new victims (as suggested by PDG in page 23, edited by me):
I always stay at the current level of available drivers with System Update.
In the last days the screen starts to flicker / jiggle once in several minutes until suddenly the whole screen turns black and can't be reactivated. I then put the X60 into standby and it wake up right after. The screen is then turned on again...
Its a 1706-AA7...
I rolled back the graphics driver to an earlier version, didn't help. Does it look like some faulty power management? Or a potential HW issue?
UPDATE: this time the screen was totally light blue... same workaround: standby -> wakeup
UPDATE2: I removed the driver completely and installed it manually from the driver matrix page. It took a couple of reboots. In between resolution was down to 640x480 with 4 bit. Not its working again without flickering...
Was this a wrong driver pushed via System Update?
Message Edited by dsp on 04-07-2008 07:01 AM
Solved! Go to Solution.
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05-06-2008 01:16 PM - edited 05-06-2008 01:19 PM
* Microsoft Windows* XPBut I don't know whether I should try. This release doesn't appear in the Thinkpad video driver history. Hopefully the bug will be acknowledged and they work for a fix. Where should bugs be reported, when they are not taken serious by the first level support?
* Driver Revision: Production Version 14.32.3
* Package: 43262
* Graphics: 220.127.116.1106
* HDMI Audio: 18.104.22.1680