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Posted on 2007-09-28
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I'm imaging a new ThinkPad X61 which came preloaded with Windows Vista.  We are not ready for Vista so I had to install XP.  Now the device manager is showing an unknown device for a PCI memory controller.  When I look up the VEN_8086 and DEV_444E it comes as Intel Turbo Memory.  However, Intel Turbo Memory is only applicable to Vista.  Would anyone know what the fix for this is?
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Disabling tool for Intel Turbo Memory Driver - ThinkPad R61, T61, T61p, X61, X61s, X61 Tablet, Reserve Edition


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