03-12-2008 08:41 AM
03-12-2008 09:00 AM - edited 03-12-2008 09:02 AM
- Windows XP (32 and 64 bit support), Windows 2000, Windows 2003
- USB 2.0 port version or memory card reader
- Flash drive or memory card with at least 2.5 MB/sec random read speed
03-12-2008 09:39 AM
03-12-2008 10:02 AM
03-12-2008 01:56 PM
......Support forums at those companies both defer to the manufacturer (Lenovo) citing unique manufacturer architecture (Intel) or manufacturer responsibility for driver production (Microsoft). So it appears that Microsoft is passing the responsibility to Intel based on the rule that hardware manufacturers are responsible for drivers and Intel is passing it to Lenovo because Intel asserts that PC manufacturers are responsible for the drivers for their systems.
A wide spectrum of benefits
- Reduce boot time. Faster access to boot-up files lets the system start up more quickly.
- Improve application responsiveness. Data coming from Intel Turbo memory instead of the hard drive increases access speed.
- Accelerate application loading. Fast access by the processor to information needed to launch applications cuts lag time.
- Enhance Windows Vista. Support for Windows Vista performance features like ReadyBoost*, ReadyDrive*, and SuperFetch* helps you take better advantage of the operating system.
- Save energy. Pre-storing information reduces hard-disk spin time, which saves power.
03-31-2008 09:31 AM