10-16-2010 11:46 AM
1. soft (win) reboot -> windows booted -> touchpad working 2. soft (win) reboot -> windows booted -> touchpad not working 3. soft (win) reboot -> windows booted -> touchpad working 4. soft (win) reboot -> windows booted -> touchpad not working 5. repeat from 1. I repeated it around 30 times, pattern for touchpad problem (not working) is always the same - every second reboot touchpad is not working and there are kernel-pnp errors in system log amazing!
Yes it is really weird as it can be. I notice this pattern also with my notebook. I'm in hardware/software bussines, and i am really trying hard to figure out what could posibly cause this problems. I see that rest of you guys didnt find any solution yet so i will stick to xp/linux combination for now..It's a shame, because w7 runs so smooth on this notebook. Maybe it's not right place, but i must say that opensuse works great out of box on this machine
03-05-2012 07:07 AM
I have this problem also. If SD card reader is not installed (disabled and without drivers), I get random boots with broken intel graphics or/and touch pad. I would sacrifice sd card reader or some other less essential component, just to have win7 working... I still hope Lenovo puts out some sort of patch.