I have a Lenovo ThinkPad T61 with Windows 2000, every single driver except the WLAN and Audio is working.
The WLAN Driver doesn't work and the connection icon says "Local Area Connection, Network Cable Unplugged."
The audio is showing a error saying it cant find the built in speakers.
Could someone help?
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maybe it's time to check the contents of our Drivers link at the top of this page?
Loadz of W2K drivers for T61 and others...
Is this Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4?
Did your T61 come with any of the Intel wireless adapters that was originally offered? If I can remember it right, none of them had any proper drivers to run under Windows 2000 without resorting to WEP encryption. The official Intel driver alone would resort to WEP encryption, but I have no idea if the PROset wireless utility does that too.
Regarding your speakers that seems to be undetectable, installing this hotfix (Q888111) may fix this issue. Remember to reinstall the audio driver, once you are done installing that hotfix.
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