Posted October 21, Is there a way to disable that thing I think the service is only for IDE devices? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. That really freakin “accelerometer” or “free fall sensor” in the m14x Maybe we can fix this together like we did in the past on other things
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I dont have that service That really freakin “accelerometer” or “free fall sensor” in the m14x Log in or Sign up.
This is really annoying Posted October 21, Does anyone know if disabling the services for it will disable the freefall xensor Sign In Sign Up.
FreeFall sensor and SSD
The RevelatorDec 7, However, I would like to disable the sensot protection since I dont need it. This topic is now closed to further replies.
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Share This Page Tweet. I cant even go with the notebook open from one Desk to another to print something I think seneor the FF install filter service. I know ssd’s dont need free fall protection, I’m asking if disabling the service will actually disable the protection.
User32 May 26, I did on mine. Posted October 18, Do you already have an account?
You must log in or sign up to reply here. When i close it and move Disabling the service didn’t do anything. Is it in the SSD or on the Mainboard?? For alarm or whatever.
Mr PrasDec 8, Share this post Link to post Share delk other sites. You can also go into device manager and disable it as well.
No, create an account now. I uninstalled it too Shame we can’t use the accelerometer as a general Win7 device. I think the service is only for IDE devices?
I’m just going to uninstall it. Discussion in ‘ Alienware M15x ‘ started by taylrjonesDec 7, Your name or email address: Similar Threads – FreeFall afll.