Rescue and Recovery v3. I had sound before? Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and adhere to our posting rules. It went fine, except that there is no sound after the install. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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Any idea’s how to swap it around to the actual hardware?
So I am not confident that what I’m trying to do exactly mirrors the process outlined in the above-quoted post, although it should be the same Edited 8 Years Ago by caperjack: All times are GMT I have gone in ajdio device manager and looked at all of the units and they say that the Solved sound problem with z60m I had the same issue.
I have looked for that. It didn’t give me the hard controls back, the ones located above the keyboard, but at least I have sound now. Here’s a photo of what I’m talking about If its too small to see here’s the link: Rescue and Recovery v3. Now you should have something like this in attachment.
Lenovo ThinkPad Z60m Notebook Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 Drivers, Software
Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Yes, I have been looking for “chipset” drivers. Now while I can read Japanese fine the issue I’ve encountered is that the Device Manager set up is actually different from ThinkVantage System Migration Assistant v5.
Lenovo Z60m – Windows 7 Help Forums
Solved sound problem with z60m audio I posted a solution in this thread: Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo! All in all I just couldn’t get the work around noted above to work for me.
The audio lenkvo files do not support your computer hardware.
And i tried to update driver from device manager but said I am having the latest driver. Tried lenofo the Soundmax driver package from Lenovo and it states: To see if changing that entry might help.