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Power Manager 3.65 Posted

Version 3.65

  • (Fix) Fixed an issue where the optical drive is turned off during the system resumes because the optical drive off timer expired in the system off state.
  • (Fix) Fixed an issue where the messaging mechanism of "Intel Turbo Boost Technology Enabled" does not represent the actual CPU state.

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Re: Power Manager 3.65 Posted

It will be interesting to see how long this will take to be packaged into TV System Update. 

 

It does not appear there now.

 

My current version is 3.64 installed 8 Nov 2011 by TV SU.

 

/Pete

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Re: Power Manager 3.65 Posted

There are also a few other relatively new files available from the W520 Device Driver File Matrix :

 

- A new version of Management Engine Firmware, posted 20 Dec 2011

 

- A new version of UltraNav driver (Trackpoint + Touchpad), also posted 20 Dec 2011

 

Michael

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Re: Power Manager 3.65 Posted

Thanks Michael, I missed these updates this morning.

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Re: Power Manager 3.65 Posted


PSUpete wrote:

It will be interesting to see how long this will take to be packaged into TV System Update. 

 



Hi Pete:

 

Usually the new stuff shows up on TVSU within a couple of weeks.

 

The DDFM usually has new stuff within a day or two.  The DDFM is model-specific.

 

There is also a Newly Released Drivers page on the Lenovo website, but that page lists drivers for every model, which means you need to be careful to pick only the stuff appropriate for your specific machine.

 

Michael

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Re: Power Manager 3.65 Posted

Thanks, harrisb.

 

There is also a new RapidBoot Version 1.12

  • Fixed an issue that disabled offline file service after rebooted even when enabled.
  • Fixed an issue where the startup type of Microsoft Security Essentials was changed from Automatic to Manual after installation.

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/detail.page?LegacyDocID=MIGR-77013

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Re: Power Manager 3.65 Posted

Yep, I had installed RapidBoot 1.12 several weeks ago. I should have posted its existence at that time.


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Re: Power Manager 3.65 Posted

That would explain it. >.>

I keep trying to disable Offline Files, but it keeps re-enabling.
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