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Lenovo ThinkPad L530


Lenovo ThinkPad L530

Mark: Bad

WiFi is not supported

It has the 512 meg memory problem (4 GB memory installed). There is no option to turn off the ACPI BIOS.

 

Information is sent by: eComStation.RU Scout -- 2013-02-26 01:26:21

 
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Comments:

Eugene Gorbunoff
2013-05-12 22:53:35

add-on:

"It has a Realtek RTL8168evl/8111evl wired NIC, which won't work with the

Multimac driver (under investigation), or with GENMAC. Fortunately the

older rtgnda driver does work."

Eugene Gorbunoff
2013-05-18 03:33:31

Other user reports:

My Lenovo ThinkPad L530 has a RTL8168evl/8111evl NIC (same as what you quote, I think. Windows says Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller). It has some problems. Multimac, and GENMAC, will not run it successfully. It does work with the older RTGNDA driver, but not perfectly. In fact, it even has a problem in windows, if I try to transfer large amounts of data (40 GB or more) through it (the indication is that it overheats, and starts to cause errors). The good news is that the problem with Multimac is under investigation. Whether that means it will get fixed is another question.

I don't know about that specific video chipset, but Panorama seems to handle Intel video very well. The L530 has an Intel HD 4000 chipset, and Panorama 1.04 is great. The only "problem" is that Doodle's Screen Saver can't turn the screen off, which is probably a combination of ACPI, DSS, and Panorama, all missing some code to do it. On a desktop, you can use the switch to turn the screen off. Can't do that on a laptop, but DSS will go to screen saver mode.


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