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Firstly, I set up and activated a standard Windows 7 install, fully updated and all drivers and applications loaded and up to date. It's a pretty simple install, mainly Windows, Office and my usual crowd of Thinkvantage tools. I then joined the machine to the domain and updated it from the WSUS server.

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Then I inserted the upgrade USB stick, double-clicked on setup. A quick check of the device managed showed that the display adapter was the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter, not the Intel HD I had about 40 minutes ago.

The LCD brightness settings were also locked at maximum too. This happened with both the T and the T In what has to be to me the strangest display Lenovo ThinkPad T430u Ericsson WWAN update I have experienced, I thought I'd check out a few things and suddenly the screen went black and then came back at the native display resolution x The screen brightness hotkeys were now responding properly too. The T did not need this - it had an Ericsson F and that migrated across with no issue.

The only issue I have found is with Power Manager.

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I am aware that neither of them is supported by Lenovo for Windows However on the surface, they both start nicely and behave themselves - I can set up network profiles in AC, and set myself up my preferred power plan in Power Manager. The only thing that doesn't seem to work right is the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u Ericsson WWAN charge threshold settings.

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You can set them and the system behaves itself by following your instructions. Some time afterwards, it resets itself to its default battery charging mode and forgets the threshold settings you put in. I have yet to find a pattern to this so as far as I am concerned, it's random, although I have a tenuous link between the charge mode resetting and installing Windows Updates.

Strangely enough, two of the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u Ericsson WWAN machines does not have this issue.

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I will have to check whether it's due to an older Power Management driver because I seem to recall updating the two with the bad behaviour with Thinkvantage System Update. If that is the case, it's a bit sad that Lenovo have started making it difficult to find older versions of its drivers now. I'll probably have to dig into my archives and see if I have an installer for an old version around.

A Lenovo ThinkPad T430u Ericsson WWAN new entry in the "System" display is that now the T and T show as having limited multi-touch, two points.

That arrived shortly after the display driver magically updated itself. Also, Fn-F8 brings up the mouse properties due to some conflict with the Hot Key Settings that claims that it is not compatible with this version of Windows, brings up Lenovo ThinkPad T430u Ericsson WWAN standard Fn-F8 display on top of the mouse properties window. Do note also that the standard Lenovo UltraNav driver loses the ability to change the trackpoint third button mode so it may pay to have your preferred mode of operation set before upgrading.

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I hear that downloading the latest drive from either Windows Update or the Synaptics web page addresses this issue but I haven't tried either of those ideas yet. Instead, I fiddled the registry until I got the button behaving right How about a fellow T user? Is there a work around to this issue? All's good except the Laptop Lenovo ThinkPad T430u Ericsson WWAN.

The left Palm rest seems to get un usually warm, no matter what OS I am on.

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Its warm enough that I have to stop typing worry about? Please let me know.

I installed the new updates a month ago.

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