Microsoft warned that testers of Windows 7 could come across data-corruption issues on various machines including computers from Lenovo and HP. The Redmond company revealed that the problem was associated with the Beta Build 7000
of Windows 7, but said nothing about any superseding development milestones such as Windows 7 Build 7048, 7057 or the more recently leaked Build 7068
According to the software giant at fault are the Offline Files service and the Client-Side Caching (CSC) driver
, which fail to play nice together. Users running Windows 7 on Lenevo T60p
, on Lenovo T61p
, and on HP portable machines
are at risk of having their data corrupted.