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About Panzer06

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  1. change directory to the directory you downloaded it to. cd\Users\username\Downloads if you saved it to the downloads directory. Run the batch file from there. Cheers,
  2. Make sure you open a command prompt and change to the directory where you saved the batch file. If on windows 8 search for and run cmd.exe to open a command prompt. Make to run cmd.exe as an administrator. Cheers,
  3. He's busy guzzling all those beers folks are buying him. Cheers Sent from my XT1053 using Tapatalk
  4. So far I prefer windows 8. The single login across all my windows devices is perfect for me. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  5. Only the single band wireless n +'BT version of the 7260 is most likely supported as the dual band n or ac models with or without bt are not order able from Lenovo. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  6. how much are you asking for the second card? cheers,
  7. If it could be done with ease it would mean I could keep all my Mac based work stuff and sell the actual Mac to get some funds! Cheers,
  8. The Intel 6235 works well and supports multiple bands and Bluetooth. Cheers,
  9. Awesome Job! Works perfectly. 5 GHz Intel 6235 working perfectly! You sir are awesome. Now to test whether all the hangs on WiFi have gone away. Thanks for the hard work.Cheers,
  10. Some people have had success removing the 2nd GPU, installing intel drivers and running games at low settings on the Intel GPU on battery. I don't really see the point. I bought my Y510 SLI 750 for gaming only. It's never been unplugged. Cheers,
  11. I have a couple of Lenovo systems where I've pulled the drives and inserted SSD drives. Is anyone else seeing failures on these? Should I even risk using them as data drives in external enclosures? Cheers,
  12. I held off until May of this year when I purchased a laptop with Windows 8 installed. All my games work and it's actually not bad as a launch platform for my games. However, trying to do anything like device manager, disk manager or even shutdown or restart takes more clicks than under Windows 7. One of my friends has an Acer laptop and at least Acer added a virtual power button so shutdowns and restarts are simple. Other than that I haven't found anything in Windows 8 that keeps me from playing. Cheers,
  13. I'm running a Samsung 840 500gb SSD on my Y510 and it boots in under 8 seconds. I never even considered running the 1tb drive. It was removed and cloned the moment I received it. Cheers
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