If it did, it would have already been installed. Any ideas for how to really fix it you can sound off and on manually, as described above? You will need to recompile your kernel for power management to work. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. As soon as I made it a loadable module, the above problem went away.
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The easiest way to enable the serial port is to go into Windows 95 and use the config tool there. A fluid bearing Travelstar 40GN onwards would be a very cheap and easy upgrade.
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VOGONS • View topic – My mobile DOS system, IBM ThinkPad E
Lenovo support page you won’t find an audio driver for XP, though, nor for Win I’ve read all about backwards compatability, and unless I’m missing something I can’t get it to work. Yes, I see that. I downgraded my on purpose. See the Battery section below. Older versions have bugs on the TP As far as I know, this is a defect in the product, and affects both Windows and Linux users.
IBM ThinkPad 600E Notebook Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP Drivers, Software
Alfred Ganz writes the following, which might be helpful for people struggling with power management stability issues: By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
Inm am not ibbm Lenovo employee. This seems to work just fine, and is a significant performance improvement. Message 6 of 8. Here are the settings for APM I used:. Still, nothing to keep them from just releasing the code and letting the community finish the job. I haven’t tried them myself, though. But lots of people reported having problems getting their machine audio to work with XP even back when XP was fully supported by Microsoft and IBM.
Find More Posts by Simon Bridge. Sound goes haywire after a suspend or hibernate. Another common problem is inserting PC cards containing serial devices like modems.
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All times are GMT I’ve read most of the internet posts. I’ve been experiencing frustrating lifetime problems with my battery, and am determined to fix them. Make sure you have the latest BIOS for your model. The old Travelstar hard drives do get very noisy.
Linux on IBM ThinkPad 600
However, Thomas Hood reports that changing the “alias snd-card-0 snd-card-cs” line 600r snd-card-cs works much better for him – the old config caused some freezes. If I were to get a new laptop, I would make certain it has trackpoint.
Another possibility suggested on Thomas Hood’s page is to set up two identical modelines in the XF86Config file, and toggle audip them. Sound doesn’t automatically re-enable itself after a suspend or hibernate.
It enables Z-axis clicking. My guess is that there should be magic invocations for automatically loading the driver and unmuting the sound. Originally posted by casperbg Sorry may ask for sound on Debian?
This happened with 2. Originally posted by joesbox [snip] other than that