>Well the first question would be: Drivers for what?
Well, I don't wanted to format the disk and later to find out Windows cannot install
because of missing drivers. I installed Windows 7 on several other machines up to now
and there were some issues with drivers. For example Dell Precision 670 - a very expensive
machine - Windows 7 does not have drivers for the hard drive - e.g. hard drive is not
recognized and had to use XP drivers.
Anyway, I decided to go with Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate. First checked the partition alignment
with DISKPART and found it is not aligned properly, so I had to delete partitions and create from scratch
aligned partition, then install from USB memory stick.
>You can generally find current drivers at the manufacturer's website (like the Broadcom or Synaptics support >pages), but if you're talking about the touchscreen, you may have to either wait for Lenovo to update or find out >who the manufacturer for the input device is, and then go to their website.
Running Windows 7 compatibility shows in Hardware 64 bit tab that it is 64 bit compatible - e.g. Microsoft has drivers which is the answer to my question.
>Windows Update might also find some driver updates for you, so you could try to run that.
Yes - I will see how the installation will end.