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United States of America. I have a Lenovo Thinkpad W that I bought new in I had the choice of Win 7 or 8. I chose Win 7 Professional bit. I recently had the hard drive replaced with a SSD. I had the computer person install Win 7 Professional bit from a Microsoft install disk, not from the Lenovo Recovery disks that came with the machine. I am having a problem with the laptop and so I am in the process of making sure all drivers specific to Lenovo are installed.

One is dated May 19, and the other is dated December 25, Within each are two executable files to download and then execute. It creates a directory, but when I click on the ‘Finish’ button it comes back with a message that says “The update is not applicable to your computer”. I do not understand why the updates are not applicable to my computer because I am in the Thinkpad W download page. Does this message mean that it completely failed to download and install the drivers?

I bought my laptop between the May 19, and the December 25, dates. If the May 19, update does not work because I bought my laptop in , then the December 25, should work, but it does not. Is this driver update failing because it is being executed in a Microsoft Win 7 operating system instead of the Win 7 system that came from Lenovo with Win 7 on it? Is so, where can I get the drivers that will install?

The Lenovo laptop has an executable file for installing drivers called Systemupdate When I try to execute this file it comes back with a message that says “The wizard was interrupted before the Lenovo system update could be completely installed. Because this would not work I went on the internet and tried to execute the files described above. I’ve not installed those very old OS updates from Lenovo. I’m sure they might have perhaps been applicable way back when, before whatever was being addressed was genuinely addressed by MS.

But I’m equally certain those updates aren’t applicable today, even in your newly reinstalled brand new Win7. All you need to be concerned about are any “other devices” which show up in Device Manager with yellow exclamation marks because they don’t yet have the proper driver installed. If you’ve got none of them, then your Win7 reinstall is just fine.

Simply let Lenovo System Update get you current. You can trust it to install and update all the drivers you should have. I checked the Device Manager and there are no devices with yellow exclamation marks. From what you said, it appears I have all relevant drivers. This is good, but it is also dissapointing for the following reason. I am able to install a program on my desktop which has Win 7 Professional Bit installed from a Microsoft install disk.

I was able to install it on my Lenovo laptop that came with Win 7 Professional bit installed. The producer of this software says it should install in Win 7 and it did on the laptop, but I cannot install it on the new SSD that has Win 7 Professional bit installed from a Microsoft install disk instead of the Lenovo Recovery disks that came with the laptop.

This is a real mystery to me. If there were missing drivers then it would be potentially good news because it could explain why I cannot install this program.

They’re equivalent from the perspective of both being “disk” storage devices. Also, the pre-installed Win7 from Lenovo really is just an ordinary Win7 with OEM license keys and some additional 3rd-party software products pre-installed.

But you surely should be able to install them yourself, manually, no matter where or how as long as the product is installable on Win7.

There has to be more to the story than meets the eye. I’ll be glad to try and install it just to see if it installs on my own Win7 system which is SSD-based , just for a second data point. I don’t know what this software product is and I have no need to keep it installed if its install is successful , but just to see for myself what you’re experiencing would probably be very helpful.

SSD issue. The program that will not install is Microtouch. It is software that allows communication through a computer with a focuser on a telescope. When I try to execute it I get a message, in a box, that says “This Program Might not have installed correctly” It then follows with two choices: “Reinstall using recommended setting” “This program installed correctly” The program couldn’t have installed correctly because it should come up with a box that shows where it will be installed and a button to install it, but such a box never comes up.

In the process of clicking on this file to get the information for this message, I discovered something that may indicate the problem. Because I do not want to install it on my laptop I click on “Cancel. Maybe what is happening in the Lenovo install is that it is not able to somehow load the install dialogue box and, consequently, comes up with the message “This Program Might not have installed correctly”. There is one difference maybe more between the Win 7 Professional bit on the Lenovo vs.

Even though they were both installed from a Microsoft install disk, in the Lenovo Control Panel there is an entry called “Program Updates bit “. This entry does not exist in the desktop Control Panel. There may be other differences but I wonder why there are these differences given the operating systems were both installed from a Microsoft install disk to install Win 7 Proffesional Bit.

I had already downloaded and tried to execute the Systemupdate5. I just now tried executing it again to respond to your message, and this time it worked. However, I still cannot install Microtouch after doing this. Looking around the interweb, is this the MicroTouch Autofocuser product from Starizona that you’re trying to install the autofocus software for? Or is it a different product from a different manufacturer? The instructions state to download the 74MB current installation ZIP file which contains all of the instructions, drivers, software, etc.

As far as “Adobe Gamma bit ” being in your Win7 desktop machine Control Panel where is it, in “Hardware and Sound” or someplace else? I think that may be a byproduct of your having installed Adobe Photoshop on your desktop.

But I don’t know exactly what you’re referring to since Adobe Gamma normally shows up in the “Startup” folder. Again, I don’t know what you’re referring to. Can you post one or two screenshots that show what these latter two items are, and what you’re actually looking at in which they appear?

You are correct. It is the Microtouch Autofocuser. However, you are looking at the newer version, the one that can run on Win I am running the older version that was developed before Win 7. Starizona says this can install in Win 7 and, as I already mentioned, it did in the Win 7 operating system that came with the Lenovo, and it can install on my Win 7 desktop. Here is what Starizona said “We have new drivers that were made to work with Windows The old ones you have should work fine on Windows 7.

If you use the new drivers, you will have to update the firmware in the control box. This is done through the MicroTouch Controller program. We can walk you through the process if you like. But besides this, there are two things to consider. First, if the older system will not install in the new Lenovo Win 7 when it had before, what guarantee do I have that the newer drivers will install?

Second, I would be willing to upgrade if I could be assured I won’t have this problem with other astronomy programs I need. Before I tried to install Microtouch I tried to install Chessmaster ver 8. It failed. At the time I thought this was a fluke, but I am having the same problem with Microtouch.

There is a reason Microtouch and Chessmaster will not install in Win 7 and upgrading the drivers to the newer ones just ignores the problem. With regard to Adobe Gamma bit and Program Updates bit they are items that display when you click on Control Panel. I still don’t follow what you are seeing when you say “click on Control Panel” and get something that displays the items you enumerate. Are you “opening” Control Panel? Left-click on it from the Start button, right-click on it?

What you list is certainly not what I see when I open Control Panel. Control Panel has three different views: small icons or large icons which both show ALL items, and categories which groups things into fewer sub-sets. And if I click on “System” you see the “About” information. This is where it should show Win7 Professionsl SP1, as well as bit. I’m at least suspicious of what your “computer guy” installed. Can you please post your own equivalent screenshots of your Control Panel and System like my two above.

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