02-15-2009 03:19 AM
Can any one from lenovo tell me why U330 bios doesn' t have virtualization technology enable?
My work MUST use the VMware. Can any one tell me how to enable it?
It 's very serious problem for me.
02-16-2009 07:10 PM - edited 02-16-2009 07:13 PM
My U330 cpu is P8600 , it support the VT but i cannot enable this option in bios. Who can tell me how can i deal with this?
03-31-2009 04:06 AM
yes, me too
i have ask Lenovo online support, they told me U330's matherboard does not support to enable this feature.
but they do not mentioned in any of the description
04-01-2009 07:46 PM
We can inquire further, but the IdeaPad product line does not support VT presently. As it is not marketed as specifically having this feature, this will likely be seen as a future requirement rather than a bug to fix.
04-01-2009 08:37 PM
but if the offical does not support VT presently, i think Lenovo offical need to give a announcement in the product description.
or it will misguide the custom to buy the VT product
04-03-2009 07:07 AM
04-04-2009 03:44 AM - edited 04-04-2009 03:45 AM
bubby, no one can hear you here.
I have write mail to Lenovo and also ping live site enginner and also here.
even write mail to Lenovo marking team to conplain.
all the answer is same: maybe can fix it in future.
you can delete my mail, delete my post, but you cannot delete user's conplain.
04-30-2009 04:00 PM
After being initially excited about the U330, I too have become disillusioned with my purchase. The issues with the BIOS are at the top.
1. Can't enable virtualisation technology even though this thing has a Penryn processor
2. Inability to select integrated graphics (for linux)as opposed to 'switchable'
3. Inabiilty to turn off the bluetooth in the bios
I should have bought a Dell xps. The BIOS on Dell's tend to have far more options for these kinds of things.
Point (2) has made my new laptop just a desktop, since I can only get 2 hours battery life with linux and ATI graphics. :-(