would you like to help me?@Belch
ok, great. So maybe you can help me. Please give me detailed specs of your system in form of: (here in example of my system. This are specs with which on my system the bug occurs)
M3438G - GER-177200-002 - YSNS02645x
Motherboard Revision: Rev.C FC CF006
CPU: 2,0Ghz PM760
RAM: 2x512MB DDR2-400 (Samsung)
HD: 2x80GB (Samsung) @ NTFS 4k
GPU: GeForceGo6800 @ Video-BIOS 5.41.02.39.49, 5.41.02.39.60 and @ nVidia driver 72.50, 78.10, 79.30, 81.94, 81.95, 82.10, 82.12
Sound drivers: none, 1.18a, 1.26, 1.27, 1.28beta
Chipset drivers: 126.96.36.1997, 188.8.131.527, 184.108.40.2066
BIOS: 1.06rc, 1.10c, Default values loaded
RAID: none, 0 (4k, 8k, 16k, 64k), 1 @ RAID-BIOS 4.70 and @ driver 4.30A, 4.30H, 5.10A, 5.20A
OS: WinXP Home SP2, WinXP Pro SP2, fresh installed
Pagefile: none, dynamic, 1536MB fix, 3000MB fix
list up all combinations you used and you are sure that the lagging issue does not occur. Very important is RAID-BIOS and motherboard revision. To figure out the motherboard revision you have to open your notebook. Open the big faceplate and remove your RAM. There is a label with probably FC CF006 or CF004 on it. Give me the revision in form of Rev.C FC CF006 like I did.
You dont have to open your notebook. But you would help me (and FSC) a lot.