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cbarlock
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Lenovo Solution Center & Ricoh PCIe SD/MMC Host Controller

I have a W510 and installed the LSC not long ago.  It reports that the Ricoh PCIe SD/MMC Host Controller is disabled, but the Device Manager says "This device is working properly."  Anyone else seen this and have a resolution (or than disabling the warning)?

 

Thanks!

 

Chris

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Re: Lenovo Solution Center & Ricoh PCIe SD/MMC Host Controller

Dear Chris, Welcome to the Community! Smiley Very Happy

Go to Settings, under Lenovo Solution Center configuration, you could uncheck Device Manager.Capture.JPG

 

Hope this helps. :smileyhappy:

Peter

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cbarlock
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Re: Lenovo Solution Center & Ricoh PCIe SD/MMC Host Controller

Peter, that really just hides the problem.  The real question is why does LSC report the device as disabled when the Device Manager says it it OK.  On the surface, sounds like an LSC bug.

 

Chris

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Re: Lenovo Solution Center & Ricoh PCIe SD/MMC Host Controller

Hi Chris

In my opinion, this is very subjective. Normally, people would only disable the device if there is any issue with it. Some tech savvy user may choose to disable the device to improve startup performance, etc.

Probably, LSC think it is an issue and Microsoft think disabling a device is not a big deal. (Action Center will not notify you about this)

Hope this helps. :smileyhappy:

Peter

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cbarlock
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Re: Lenovo Solution Center & Ricoh PCIe SD/MMC Host Controller

Peter.  It sound like perhaps you have this backward.  My issue is that the PCIe device is NOT disabled, but LSC is warning me that it IS disabled.  So, LSC is not reporting the correct information.

 

Chris

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