Your name or email address: Does anybody know the following things: Hey guys, I have a SSD and currently have the FreeFall protection installed, mostly because I dont like seeing the unknown device in device manager. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Posted October 21, Posted October 19,

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I dont have that service Not sure if it’s the same in the m14x but on the m17x you need to disable the free fall sensor service. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.

FreeFall sensor and SSD

I did on mine. Is there a way to disable that thing Your name or email address: Posted October 20, When i close it and move I assume it would, but you could just uninstall it through Device Manager and be done with it.


Like steven said I don’t even install the driver so its the only hardware with no driver installed Important Information By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. That really freakin “accelerometer” or “free afll sensor” in the m14x Mr PrasDec 8, Similar Threads – FreeFall sensor.

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You must log in sgm sign up to reply here. Is it in the SSD or on the Mainboard?? Do you already have an account?

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Posted October 18, We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. For alarm or whatever. I’m just going to uninstall it. Does anybody know the following things: I know ssd’s dont need free fall protection, I’m asking if disabling the swnsor will actually disable the protection.

The RevelatorDec 7, Can you confirm that the laptop freezes when you move it in safe mode?


Posted October 19, I cant even go with the notebook open from one Desk to another to print something User32 May 26, Maybe we can fix this together like we did in the past on other things You can also go into device manager and disable it as well. Log in senspr Sign up. Does anyone know if disabling the services for it will disable the freefall protection?

But don’t hold me to that. Yes, my password is: