Current Temperatures Take II. Well thanks again, and I am now a proud supporter of the site. Posted August 29, edited. After you have found the right driver for your device and operating system, follow these simple instructions to install it. I found it in the ‘dated’ listing of drivers.
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IBM ThinkPad T60 Drivers Download
It solved the problem. Hope it works for you too!
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Posted July 27, edited. StormJumper Dec 28, at 9: I can’t seem to find anything on it. HiGlad to hear you have it up and running correctly! If it works you may then reinstall SP3.
All downloads available on this website have been scanned by the latest anti-virus software and are guaranteed to be virus and malware-free. After you have found the right driver for your device and operating system, follow these simple instructions to aci it. Or sign in with one of these services.
I got it from IBM’s support site at www. Yes, my password is: That should take care of the SM Bus controller error. I agm1200 think I have that. Message 8 of You must log in or sign up to reply here.
Identify which of the unknown devices you’ll work with: Posted July 27, Oh, I think that’s the “Atmel” thing.
XP x64 on Thinkpad T60? – Windows XP 64 Bit Edition – MSFN
The one problem I have with my computer which I assume is related is that audio does not work in windows. I’ll make sure to check that forum out, Monroe.
I extracted it like that you sure probably have other dir names: Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. OK, thank you for that, the error for that is gone and the driver is installed.
My situation is this: Working on a ‘universal image’ and you always seem to run into these sort of things.
I found this installer: Windows 7 64 Ultimate. Hi all, This is my first post on the forums so I apologize if I do not provide all the information needed.
What should a clean install of Windows 10 look like? Any help in figuring this out would be truly appreciated.