installed it yesterday on my brand new thinkpad, and most of the basic
stuff seems to be working : tested the wired/wireless connection :ok.
can write DVD's, sound is ok, hibernation and sleep : ok , sdcard reader
: ok, and last but not least, video graphics, weel that's a special case
with this laptop, it includes 2 graphic controller : 1 discrete, the ati
hd3650 and am integrated controller , intel mobile GM45 express chipset.
i knew i wasn't going to get this switchable graphics thing in order...
by default, the installation chooses the intel chipset. which works ok,
but doesn't give you the power of the ATI. i changed the bios setting to
discrete graphics ( swichable off ). when booted into command line, i
could run sax and it installed the correct ATI drivers. but the next
reboot set me back to the intel chipset, and indeed the bios was back to
switchable graphics enabled ?
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