Lenovo ThinkPad T14s 1st Gen - 20T1

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General Specs

  • Model Number: 20T1S0D400
  • Processor: i7-10610U CPU @ 1.80GHz
  • Memory:16 GB RAM
  • HDD: 512 GB SATA SSD M.2.
  • Graphics: Intel CometLake-U GT2
  • Chipset:
  • Release Year: 2020


Component Name HardwareID Status Driver
Processor Intel i7-10610U CPU @ 1.80GHz ACPI- Boots
HDD Intel Comet Lake SATA AHCI Controller 8086:02D3 OS2AHCI
Audio Intel Sunrise Point-LP HD Audio 8086:9D71 Uniaud
Video Intel CometLake-U GT2 [UHD Graphics] 8086:9B41 Panorama
Network Intel Ethernet Connection (10) I219-LM 8086:0D4E E1000B.OS2
Wireless Network Intel Comet Lake PCH-LP CNVi WiFi 8086:02F0 Not Working
USB 3.0 Intel Comet Lake PCH-LP USB 3.1 xHCI Host Controller 8086:02ED AN USB Drivers
Thundebolt Intel JHL6240 Thunderbolt 3 Bridge (Low Power) [Alpine Ridge LP 2016] 8086:15C0 Not Supported
Thundebolt Intel JHL6240 Thunderbolt 3 USB 3.1 Controller (Low Power) [Alpine Ridge LP 2016] 8086:15C1 Not Supported
Thundebolt IntelJHL6240 Thunderbolt 3 NHI (Low Power) [Alpine Ridge LP 2016] 8086:15BF Not Supported
WebCam / USB IMC Networks Integrated Camera' 13d3:5406 Not Tested
Finger Print Reader / USB Synaptics, Inc. Prometheus MIS Touch Fingerprint Reader 06cb:00bd Not Supported
Bluetooth / USB Intel Corp. AX201 Bluetooth 8087:0026 Not Supported

General Comments

Report by Martin Iturbide

Disable Hyper-Threading
Disable Secure Boot
It is required to disable Intel HyperThread and Secure Boot on the BIOS. BIOS and firmware were updated to latest version as 2023-12-06.
The install procedure was normal using ArcaOS 5.1.0 with UEFI support.
Even if you can not see the Ethernet port on this machine, it has a build in ethernet adapter. You require an special cable called "ThinkPad Ethernet Extension Adapter Gen 2" to have the ethernet port. When you install ArcaOS 5.1.0 it will recognize the device and install the E1000B.OS2 driver for it.
You can disable the "Trackpad" on the UEFI BIOS.
Trackpoint has an issue. The "Trackpad" (Lenovo calls the "mousepad" a "Trackpad") works find and clicks fine. But on the Trackpoint, if I click the right left mouse button, it will produce a double click. I think it is my hand palm resting/pressing against the "Trackpad", if I raise my palm in a very uncomfortable way to don't touch it, the Trackpoint left click works as expected every time. On Windows the Trackpoint drivers (On this case made by ELAN) has the "Palmcheck" feature by software, I guess this is what we are missing on ArcaOS. My workarround was to disable the "Trackpad" in the BIOS.
HDMI Video Output
You can select the External Monitor as Boot Device on the BIOS
HDMI video output works only if you select on the BIOS "Boot Display Device = External Display". This will show in my case the AN Boot Manager, ArcaOS loading and later the desktop. It will not show ArcaOS on the Thinkpad display at the same time. If you power off, disconnect the external display, and boot again, the video will show back on the Thinkpad display.

Hardware Report