Re: Lenovo Ideapad Y510 is Go (Continued / NEW)
Have you tried to change your SATA controler back to "ACHI" in CMOS Setup Utility? Your Optical drive is most likely connected to a SATA port. In your first post you said that you changed it to "Compatibility" for XP. I read someware ells that the person had to set their SATA controler to Compatability for Windows and back to ACHI for Linux. This sounds like something you would have tried alredy but if you have not do it. It sounds like this is the most likely of the unlikely solutions.
edit: Well if it is not on SATA try it anyway. Also the SSDT is error free on the Y510.
Last edited by HunterThomson; September 7th, 2008 at 06:44 AM.
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