You can see a description of AMT here: Toshiba offers three different models. Message 5 of 7. The devices you are seeing are probably Toshiba specific core devices, so things like the Fn keys and Docking functions wont work because there are no Toshiba drivers available. Can anybody help here?
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I think in such case you have to live with this unknown devices. Core Components Boot Standard Kernel: Keyboard’s Hotkeys The keyboard hotkeys work fine for Kernel 2. TrackPoint” works fine out of the box, but require a minor configuration to enable scrolling.
Though, enabling the Intel driver for your internal graphic card will make it work. Message 2 of 7. Hmm the link point to the driver for Intel GME chipset. Can you help me to figure out those problems??? Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt.
Suspend does not work directly. This was covered above “X-Window with intel driver: T – Choose to drain external battery first [Feature Request]. I’m still not sure what the device is for?
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Possibly your R supports another chipset. Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product a244 and recycling solutions. The intel driver is intentionally not used by default on these chipsets in lenny as it’s a backport and it hasn’t been tested enough. XP 64bit is simply not supported by Toshiba.
The devices you are seeing are probably Toshiba specific core devices, so things like the Fn keys and Docking functions wont work because there are no Toshiba drivers available. Results 1 to 9 of 9. Message 6 of 7. Message 1 of 7.
Lenny will use the vesa driver. I am restoring a 2q44 U, putting Windows 10 on it, and I cannot find one of the drivers. Thx for your database link MisterX.
If your machine is not part of a corporate environment, being remotely 0886 by an IT department, you can safely ignore the device, IMHO. See our Sustainability Report. Hi Di you know this PCI device database? I have this problem with the R, but also with the R and a P Thinkpad A – Bios 1. Thx for your answer. I get an 2a444 message telling 2a4 that my system doesn’t have the minimal required configuration to install the software Either you install a tweaked acpid, or you set hal to remap the keys to keys which can be handled by some software, in our case xbindkeys.