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Is CSS needed?

2008-07-09, 17:33 PM
Hi all. I run a X61 tablet, and I was wondering if it would be possible to uninstall Client Secuirty Systems, but still maintain my tablet functionality. Basically, can I still write on it? Beyond that, how much of ThinkVantage can I uninstall? I find that all of those files opened up greatly slows down my computer. Thanks
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Re: Is CSS needed?

2008-07-09, 19:31 PM

CSS can be uninstalled without losing any other functionality.

 

beyond that, most of it can be uninstalled but you might lose certain functionality in doing so.   here's what i always install with a core OS installation:

-  thinkvantage system update

-  intel chipset driver

-  all necessary device drivers

-  tablet drivers/software (if applicable)

-  thinkvantage active protection system

-  fingerprint software

-  ultranav utility

-  power manager

-  hotkey utility

-  keyboard customizer

-  system interface driver

-  presentation director

-  any applicable registry patches

 

none of the above will slow your system down in any appreciable manner.

 

drivers and software for your X61 tablet can be found here.

 

 

(edit:  forgot a few items in the list)

 

Message Edited by erik on 07-09-2008 03:34 PM

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