System Interface Driver

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  1. Kika

    Kika Notebook Enthusiast

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    Can someone tell, what exactly this Lenovo System Interface Driver does? I find no useful information on Lenovo Page for it :confused: After receiving my laptop, I decided to do clean Vista install because of heavy lagging with multitasking - even my old dual core system was performing faster then core 2 on Lenovo.
    After clean install the lagging is gone. But I need to be very careful with what I install here now, because obviously some of pre-installed things caused the crap performance.
    All I found about this driver is
    "This is a necessary program for ThinkPad and 3000 systems. This program is used by many other programs. This package provides the following utility program for Microsoft Windows Vista users:

    - Lenovo System Interface Driver"

    Many other programs??? :confused: What are those many other programs then, why are they not listed in description :mad: Maybe I won't even install those "many other programs", so I wont need it.
    Anyone know what this driver exactly does? :confused:
     
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    MastahRiz Notebook Evangelist

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    though I dont know the whole story, my on screen display did not work without this driver.
     
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    Kika Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks for replies :)

    Guess I go and install it then :D Even only Fn+F5 is not working at moment, all other hotkeys work.

    I never understood that thing with all those double buttons, like why there are Fn keys for volume, if there are already separate media keys on laptop, or button + hotkey for wireless :confused: And no monitor off key at all on N200 :mad:
    Who ever programmed those buttons, must was heavy music/wireless user, being aftraid too intensive use will brake something, so there is a "backup" for everything :D :D
     
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