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    • based on my test it is not necessary to follow those steps because Intel AMT is removed from the system (Service, Files, Everything).

      the "ACUConfig.exe UnConfigure" command returns nothing, and "SCSDiscovery.exe" returns that my laptop only runs Intel® Small Business Advantage, which has been discontinued since late 2016 and doesn't seem to be running on my machine.

      is it correct to assume that Intel ME now no longer has any Windows processes/services running, and therefore if your computer is not connected via ethernet Intel ME is now completely isolated and inaccessible?

      thanks!

    • outernational has written a new post "Firmware Updates for Samsung M.2/PCIe SSDs (where to get and how to do)" 03.19.2017

      I have a lenovo original drive, and it is MZVPV256HDGL-000L7, (not 000L1). The firmware is 5L0QBXX7. I can't update it to 6L0QBXX7 until Lenovo releases a new updater - the current one doesn't work with Windows Bitlocker. If there is anything I can assist with using my current setup I will be glad to.

      On another note, I have a Q. If I want to purchase a drive from elsewhere (the Lenovo version is obviously overpriced) and run the drive into Raid 0 with the other drive, would I have problems with non matching firmware? the lenovo updater will only update from 5L0QBXX7 (though it's been said you can just change the firmware version it is supposed to update by changing a text file in the updating package - of course at the risk of bricking your drive).

    • outernational has written a new post "Intel RST/RSTe Drivers (newest: v15.7.1.1015/v5.1.0.1098 WHQL)" 09.29.2016

      @Fernando I tend to stick with OEM recommendations, but I will wait to see what the folks in the Lenovo forum say and I will update it back here. Gracias.

    • outernational has written a new post "Intel RST/RSTe Drivers (newest: v15.7.1.1015/v5.1.0.1098 WHQL)" 09.29.2016

      Lenovo just re-released the same driver version (15.0.2.1044):

      https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles/n1ei113w.txt (2016/09/13)
      https://download.lenovo.com/pccbbs/mobiles/nz1it01w.txt (2016/09/23)

      The former I have installed. The latter carries a warning:

      Caution: This package should not be installed if your system has PCIe SSD.
      Please use MS inbox driver instead.


      I have a PCIe NVME SSD (Samsung SM951) as the boot drive installed, along with a standard HD in the other bay. My concern is that I running the same 15.0.2.1044, but lenovo decided to place the warning in the readme only when it re-issued the driver.

      Should I overwrite this driver with the MS inbox driver? Should I leave it alone? Or should I update to 15.2.0.1008?

      The full device ID: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A102&SUBSYS_222E17AA&REV_31 (DEV_A102 can also be mobile, not always desktop, as indicated)
      Win 10 x64 1607

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