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Yoga 720 - Does your Yoga have this issue, Chassis bent /bowed

Q: Yoga 720 - Does your Yoga have this issue, Chassis bent /bowed

My brand new Yoga 720 is seriously bent (one corner is up by 3 mms). I have sent back immediately to offical Lenovo service. They sent it back with a report that it is fully operable. Since then, I have a wedge in my notebook case and all I have to do is put it under my notebook if I use it. Now I know which brand not to buy next time.

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I currently have a 2 month old Yoga 11s.  I use it mostly as a tablet or in tent mode and its perfect for holding with one or two hands.  Yesterday at church I was taking notes on it with my trusty little stylus when I noticed the chassis has a bow in it.  I have a simple theory as to why this is happening.  It comes from holding the yoga in Tablet form in portrait orientation.  There is a tiny gap caused by the hinge design and the feet of the laptop.  If you hold your hands in the middle of your tablet your squeezing the keyboard and screen together causing it to deform under its own weight. I'm thinking of contacting yoga and asking to purchase two extra orange feet.  I want to know if placing them in the middle will cause the screen to stop flexing.    My greatest fear is that they are two thick and this idea won't work or I will have to sand them down a bit in order to keep the gap equal.  So I'm curious if I'm the only one has this issue?  Flip your yoga around or just take a simple ruler on the keyboard to see if yours is deformed.  I've noticed that this thing really flexes under any pressure. 

A:Does your Yoga have this issue, Chassis bent /bowed

Yes. Yoga bought yesterday, and is clearly bent. No need for the ruler. I'm returning it this afternoon.

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Hello, I came here to ask Lenovo Staff for any feedback. Week ago I've bought Yoga 710. After few days of use its front left corner went up, it became unstable on flat surface. Pads aren't the problem and everything is fine if notebook is closed. I left it open with some book to keep it flat over night to see if it helps, it did but only for a while. I've search through this forum if anyone had such issue and Lenovo Support members claimed several times that it should be returned as this is covered by warranty. Sides are stiff and solid but the whole front is pretty much flexible. I could flex it myself but this can damage internal parts which I'd like to avoid. So I took pictures, contacted local Lenovo Support (Poland) about it. Surprisingly they've refused to help by claiming that this is "cosmetic defect". I've asked twice, told them about statements here and I don't blame them, but there's clearly some misunderstanding. Here's the picture of how it looks like. It would be great if someone could clarify why I can't receive warranty service while I read here others did.  I still have week to return it to store but this model (with Kaby Lake) isn't available anymore so they can't replace it for me and yet it's not their fault. I'd like to keep it, stay fair and have my issue resolved. Best Regards, Simon. o/

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Hi, I bought new Yoga 900-13ISK (ornage) 3 months ago. I've just realized that sometimes it is not quite stable on a flat table (it swings a little bit). What is more worrying - I am able to straighten it just by stressing all laptop corners with my hands. After some time the problem occurs again. This mean that some part of the laptop (aluminium bottom casing, frame or sth that is reponsible for making the computer a stiff is not working ok... Or maybe it is a feature?  Anyone noticed sth similar?  Jacob

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I've owned my Yoga 720 13 inch for about 1.5 years, so my warranty has expired, and recently I put my laptop in my backpack next to my charger, which I usually do, and the charger was up against one of my heavy textbooks. The charger was near the center of the laptop and the combined weight of the charger and textbook crushed part of my laptop in. It bowed in nearly 7 degrees, causing the power button on the side to break causing me to use the reset button. The laptop is still completely functional but it is heavily bent. I've tried putting a textbook on the opposite side of the laptop and leaving it overnight to no avail. My main question is: What can I do? I've looked on Lenovo's website and have found no way of contacting them without using the TechExperts service, which costs money. I may have never bought my laptop if I knew, after my warranty expired, I would never be able to contact Lenovo for support. I may just trade in my laptop and buy a new one (definitely not from Lenovo, I should have returned it after all the Yoga 720 fan incidents). I could go to a service provider near me, but I feel the laptop is already totaled and not worth the repair, even though it is still completely functional. Any feedback is helpful. Again, what should I do about my situation?

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I just noticed my 2.5 month old all in one laptop is bent. After less than 10 uses (been busy so didn't get enough time to use it yet). You can see from the pictures how bad this is. I can actually insert my finger nail behind the screen a bit. I didn't notice this but I'm very frustrated. https://s11.postimg.org/599l1rk03/IMAG2026.jpghttps://s16.postimg.org/qot2kzww5/IMAG2021.jpg

























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I purchased my 910 around June of 2017 and 99% of the time it is on my desk connected to desktop speakers. I noticed a couple months ago that it was not laying totally flat. The back right and front left were off and the computer would slightly teeter up and down when I typed. Previously it had layed perfectly flat and closed correctly. It has gotten worse and since I had previously ignored it, thinking one of the rubber stubs must have come off, I decided to inspect. I have definitely come to the conclusion that the top of the keyboard and the bottom (in the exact middle) are warped, they are bloated towards the middle like a slight bubble. The computer now sits back and when lay my hands on it to type the front will go down and touch while the back goes up. I also cannot close the computer all the way. Since the middle bubbled, the screen hits that and the edges can be pushed down all the way but once let go the screen sits about half an inch above the edge. Disappointing for a $1000 computer. The only reason I can come it with for it is possibly being a heat warp? The upper left hand corner gets incredibly hot to the touch if the computer is left on for a couple hours. Not entirely sure. Help? Thanks.

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I got my first Lenovo Yoga 710 around 1.5 weeks ago, and noticed something immediately when I opened it up. The metal "case" or laptop bottom was uneven. The bottom right side of the laptop is sorta bend from factory, the rubber part does not even touch the table when I put the laptop down. It isnt much, maybe a few millimeters, but whenever I use the laptop I hear and feel it rocking back and fort and making a clicking sound against the table. I really didnt expect this from such an expensive laptop.  So, I contacted the store I got it from, and they ordered a new one from me. And guess what, the new unit is JUST the same. I looked at their display model and it sat flush with the table, rock solid. Did they just ship a bad batch of laptops with uneven surfaces, seeing that both the laptops I got is uneven?  To be spesific, its the Yoga 710 14"ISK (I think). Anyone else experienced this themself, or know what I should do? 

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Hello,My brand new Yoga 720 15" has some chassis issues. As it is seen on the pictures, 1. Charging port is bended inward, without being dropped. (As the port is too narrow, charger might bend when it is plugged in) (Pic1)2. Back chassis is not aligned. For example, left corner of the back chassis stays different than the right corner.(Pic2&Pic3)3. When the lid is closed, lid doesn't seem straight. It has curvature in the middle.(Pic4)4. The middle of the back chassis has also an alignment issue.(Pic5)5. Texts on the back chassis are weak or not aligned(Pic6)So....Do you guys have these kinds of alignment problems( or bent charger port etc..)? Should I think as this is a flexible laptop and all these issues are normal or Should I go for a replacement? Thank you in advance!Chargin Port is bendedLeft corner stays insideRight corner stays different than the left cornerMiddle of the back chassis alignment issueWhen the lid is closed, screen is curved in the middle, ot straightTexts on the back is either not aligned or weak 

A:Yoga 720 15" Chassis Problems

Based on your pictures.  In my opinion and I dont speak for Lenovo.
Picture 1 is not normal
Picture 2-3 Ive seen it on other laptops and other brands as well.  It does not bother me but if it bothers you I would exchange it.
Picture 4 and the other bowing one see the below link.  I know its not talking about your model specifically but ive noticed to differing degrees a certain amount of bowing on my laptops whether from Lenovo or other brands.  Im not saying I agree with the below post just wanted to share it.
http://blog.lenovo.com/en/blog/its-a-feature-not-a-bug-or-why-does-my-t60-look-so-funny
 
Years ago on a IBM thinkpad when i got it there was a misaligned usb port.  I never fixed it because i needed it for work.  Back then it had a standard 3 year warranty.  They never were able to fix it.  The port still works even today.  Regardless if it bothers you and you can exchange it exchange it.  I've gotten to the point unless its obvious like a dead pixel or a scratch i try not to look too hard or I will find something and i will never be happy.  Your picture 2 and 3 for example looks exactly like my nephews laptop from another brand.  He never noticed it until I pointed it out.  I regret it because when he got an Ideapad 720 13 he saw the same thing but my nieces Ideapad 910 was lined up fine.

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I own an X1 Yoga Gen1 and have had it for just shy of a year now. I know ThinkPads are supposed to be pretty rugged but I still baby this machine. It's always stored in a laptop sleeve in my backpack. Despite my carefulness, it developed a hairline crack just beneath the screw on the bottom right of the screen that is covered by the little rubber insert. This crack eventually got worse through normal use and then the area around it chipped. Am I able to get this plastic piece replaced under warranty? Here's a picture of the damage. Sorry if this isn't the right place to ask, I couldn't really find another way to reach out to support about this. There's a shop near me that can do warranty repairs so I just want to make sure this is covered.

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Hi, I am considering whether or not to get a protective case for the Yoga C930. Is it recommended? In case the top of bottom of the chassis get damaged or have dent/scratches, can I get it replaced easily? 

A:Is it easy to replace the chassis of the Yoga C930?

Hi lenovotv,
 
Greetings.
 
Removing the bottom cover is easy but the upper case cover is like removing everything else like removing up even the motherboard. 
 
Here is the hardware manual that you can review.
 
I hope this helps answer your query.
 
Regards

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Hi everyone,  Today I noticed that my trackpad is not exactly flush with my chassis. There is a tiny gap where the trackpad ends and the chassis begins. The gap is bif enough for a piece of paper to slide through. This is concerning since dust can not get into the chassis. I have never noticed it before, and I have never dropped or damaged the computer. It may be a manufacturer error, and I may have never noticed it. I have had this computer for 5 months. Any ideas? Would lenovo cover this under warranty? Is it even worth going through the warranty trouble to get it fixed? The functionality of the trackpad remains unaffected. I have attached a photo so you can see what i mean. I have also attached a photo of the opposite side of the trackpad (left side) to show the difference. Thank you  

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Hi there, hopefuly someone from Lenovo is reading this. After a month of fairly using my Yoga 710 one night my screen just would not turn on. I  connected it to TV via HDMI to find out if laptop works at all, and it did just fine, except the screen. So I brought it to my local  authorized service, to check it out. Surprisingly my warranty claim got denied because of mechanical damage - frame of the laptop is bent. Check the pictures. I contacted the reseler where i bought my laptop and they denied to replace my laptop because of the damage which is done by me as they suspect. Laptop was used less than 50 times at home while handling it carefully, there is no way i could bent the frame of my laptop. So Lenovo, any solutions to this?  Pics:https://imgur.com/a/LJzethttps://imgur.com/a/MurGb

A:Yoga 710 IKB 14 issues, black screen, bent frame, horrible experience

Hi kriscv,
 
Welcome to the Community Forums.
 
Seems that it fault on the LCD assembly due to the mechanical issue. It has been investigated by a Lenovo service center and that they have concluded that such is not covered by the hardware limited warranty as stipulated:
".. failure or damage resulting from misuse, abuse, accident, modification, unsuitable physical or operating environment, natural disasters, power surges, improper maintenance, or use not in accordance with product information materials"
 
This is also the same conclusion from the store of purchase so at similar cases, it is the user that covers the cost for repair for both parts and labor not unless that you have purchased additional accidental damage warranty. You can try calling in technical support in your region for their recommendation.
 
Regards

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I had to sent back my new laptop 520s, because metal upper case got bent...see the photo! never again Lenovo. I hope Digital River will give me full refund   

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I recently did a Windows 10 update to my Lenovo Yoge Ideapad  11 S on July 16th and now my touch screen does not work. When I check the drivers for my monitor and touch screen I noticed the driver was missing. I cannot get Lenovo or Microsoft to fix this. What else can I do to get that driver back ?

A:Lenovo Yoga Idea Pad Yoga 11 S touch screen issue

Hello Dws520Thanks for using the Lenovo forums.Was this the creators update?
If so, have a look on the following post, this should show if your device has been tested with the update yet:
https://support.lenovo.com/gb/en/solutions/ht503655
 
From what I can see, your unit does not seems to have made the list, which leads me to believe that this will be the cause of the issue, I would recommend that you revert back to the previous version of Windows, and observe if the fault still occurs or not.
 
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Like stated in the description. the Lenovo Yoga Control Service require 3% out of the CPU, all the time. and the only thing the service does is checking the orientation of the screen, and disable keyboard and mouse when flipped. This is absurd, especially since it drains battery constantly. I hope that this will be fixed eventually, until that time, I will turn the service off and use the computer like a regular laptop.

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I just bought a Yoga 720, 13.3 inch from Amazon (USA) - i5, 256 gb SSD, 8 gb RAM.  Its a nice laptop but upon turning it on, the fan noise scared me completely. To add more to the woes, screen couldnt display white color properly. It would show an off white color/yellowish tint - I thought this is a defective one until i read it online that many are facing this issue. I diligently worked with Lenovo Customer Care ( slow and awful) and solved both of these issues in one click !  High Fan Noise: This problem is due to a default BIOS setting that Lenovo ships you with originally when you purchased the product ( go figure why !) Turn Laptop offLeft to the headphone jack is a small pin hole.Press the pin hole and it will show you 4 options. Click BIOSUnder the BIOS - select BIOS thermal temperature mode to " Quiet" Press F10 (save and exit)This will keep fan quiet and smooth ! It worked right away. You dont need to install TP Fan Control at all ! Coloration Issue: White color on screen display was looking off white/yellowish  Turn Laptop offLeft to the headphone jack is a small pin hole.Press the pin hole and it will show you 4 options. Click BIOSPress Fn key first and then F9 ( dont press both together)It will ask for optimal load defaults - select yes and press enterPress F10 (save and exit) You can perfom both the settings in one go while accessing the BIOS set up and not have to do it one by one.Restart the lapto... Read more

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I've recently (13th of April) bought new Yoga 530-14IKB. It has adequate CPU i3-8130U, which is faster than i5-6200U in my sister's Acer laptop, but I anyway don't play any games. Despite that, its battery life isn't good. It works about 3-3,5 hours in Chrome. In task manager I've noticed that Yoga Mode Control is constantly using 15-30% CPU and its battery usage is described as very high. After disabling it, I can't switch to the tablet mode and keyboard and touchpad don't turn off. Is there somebody who has Yoga laptop and experience similar problem?

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Hi, for the X1E, before replacing compoents, it is suggested on the manual that we need to go to the BIOS to disable the battery first. How about the 4K version of Yoga 730 15" and Yoga C930?

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Hi, I am looking for a laptop with a 4K screen. According to the specs, the X1 Carbon Gen 7 and X1 Yoga Gen 4 will have 51W battery. Does that mean even they will get the latest cpu (which some said there is not much different), they will have shorter battery life than the current Yoga C930 which has 60W battery? https://www.ultrabookreview.com/24380-2019-lenovo-thinkpads/https://www.ultrabookreview.com/24458-lenovo-yoga-c930-review/ 

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I own a Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga (1st gen as a Yoga; 4th gen as a Carbon), Product 20FQCTO1WW. Starting two days ago, it randomly reboots. The event log shows that it has had an unexpected reboot ("The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly."), but reading the events leading up to the reboot doesn't give me much of a clue as to why. The only interesting events are messages that a core of the CPU is being throttled ("The speed of processor X in group 0 is being limited by system firmware. The processor has been in this reduced performance state for 71 seconds since the last report."). I took the bottom cover off and agressively blew compressed air in every crevice. This did remove some dust buildup, but the system wasn't as dirty as I expected. In fact, it looked pretty clean. I also vaccuumed. And I removed the fan and thermal heatsink and throughly blew compressed air through it and made sure that there was no gunk clogging the heatsink air fins. After reassembling, it seems to be slightly more stable, but it has still rebooted a few times. There are lots of threads where people complain about fan noise and ask how they can reduce the speed of their fan. I'd like to run mine at max 100% of the time (noise be darned) for a few days just to see if that keeps the system from randomly rebooting. However, I don't know of a sofware setting where I can control... Read more

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I am a very frustrated and angry customer at the moment as i keep running into Road Block and unacceptable answers.  This issue is enough to cause me to never buy another Lenovo laptop or any laptop at Best Buy!I bought my computer in July and in September i noticed a key had popped off-  the "< ," key next to the M key.  I have used the key board only when i was setting up-  now at my office and at customers i set it in downward dog mode ;-) and use a blue tooth key board.    So it is not from use that it broke.   I took the laptop into BEST BUY and was told that the key was missing a metal part on the back so they could not fix it onsite-  i would have to send it in and be without my laptop for a week to 10 days - unacceptable -  this was a month or more ago. I searched on the LENOVO website and could not find a way to purchase a single or the entire set of Keys!  I am self employed as a software consultant.   My life is pretty busy and i finally decided today to bite the bullet and ask for a call from Lenovo support.  Again i am told the only way to fix this is to send my laptop in for a repair.  I asked to just be able to buy a KEY - i am told that well they do not sell individual keys - they would replace the entire keyboard!  So sell me the keyboard and or send me one an i will take into best buy to have them replace it while i wait.  They cannot do that.   I live... Read more

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Hello everyone. im new member here. The problem that i have faced from last on year on X1 Yoga (Type 20FQ, 20FR) Laptop Thinkpad is mostly sleeping issues. When i close the laptop with the option of Sleep mode in Windows 10. It will never wake up by pressing Power button & any keyboard button. Please help i have facing too many issues regarding sleep mode.. 

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Hello everyone. im new member here. The problem that i have faced from last on year on X1 Yoga (Type 20FQ, 20FR) Laptop Thinkpad is mostly sleeping issues. When i close the laptop with the option of Sleep mode in Windows 10. It will never wake up by pressing Power button & any keyboard button. Please help i have facing too many issues regarding sleep mode.. 

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Disclaimer: I received the Yoga 920 as a review loaner unit from Lenovo. All opinions are my own, nobody is paying for my review, and no one is reviewing this content before it's posted. 

                                                                     Left: Yoga 920 in Bronze. Right: Yoga 910 in Silver
 
On the surface, both the Yoga 910 and Yoga 920 look nearly identical, but in my testing, I prefer one over the other. Let's dig deeper to see the differences between the two!To get this out of the way, both machines have 1TB PCIe storage, 16GB memory, and the Yoga 910 has the 7th gen i7-7550U processor, and the Yoga 920 has the 8th gen i7-8550U processor. 
 
Hardware & Design
Both the Yoga 910 and Yoga 920 are built out of aluminum, which gives them a high quality feel to them.  Both laptops have the keyboard integrated into the chassis, which means less keyboard flex. One thing that I find better in the Yoga 920 is the fact that it's all smooth edges around.  The Yoga 910 has pretty sharp edges which means you could scratch your surface or yourself.  The sharp edges of the Yoga 910 was a common complaint, and I'm glad they rectified it. 
 
 
The Yoga 920 also has a little slit on the display lid that makes it much easier to open the lap... Read more

A:Battle of the Yogas: Lenovo Yoga 920 VS. Yoga 910 In-depth Comparison!!!

Awesome review mate! Very detailed indeed!

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Hello All, I have an issue with my YOGA 700 laptop when logged in multiple accounts simultaneously. Whenever an account is left logged on and the user is switched as opposed to logging off, the cpu usage ramps up very high with several RUNDLL32 processes being the culprit. I have checked the RUNDLL32 processes with Process Explorer and the command line are as follows:C:\Windows\system32\rundll32.exe C:\ProgramData\LenovoTransition\Server\x64\EnableAutoRotation.dll,RunCustomMonitor The directory is as follows: C:\ProgramData\LenovoTransition\Server\x64\ The only solution I have found is restarting the laptop. The problems comes back when again more than one user is logged in. Also, the rundll32 processes only run high cpu on one account at a time and there doesn't seem to be a preference for a specific account, all of them are plagued one at a time with the problem. Disabling the Yoga Mode Control service is a fix but that breaks the mode control which is essential in this laptop. I have tried installing all the available software on the Software page foor the YOGA 700. The rundll32 processes drain the battery very fast and I can't always log off other users when they have apps open!  I have posted a screenshot of process explorer showing 2 rundll32.exe processes using 25% cpu usage each. However, sometimes up to 4 rundll32.exe processes open up and they use combined 100% cpu usage, which makes the laptop run very hot and slow. In t... Read more

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Device make:YOGA 92013IKB Glass Product #:80Y8 I have a Lenovo Yoga 920 and some of the keys on my physical keyboard have stopped working (4, r, f, v, 5, t, g, and b) but my onscreen keyboard works. I belive this started happening after I updated my Bios and did windows update. This has been going on for around a month and I am frustrated and cannot find a solution online anywhere. Please help. Solutions I have tried:Turning my laptop on and off/restart.I have tried turning off fast startup and this temporarily fixed my keyboard but did not last.Tried updating my drivers through Lenovo update, windows, and device manager.I have gone into device manager and deleted my keyboards and that only worked temporarily too. 

A:Lenovo Yoga (YOGA 92013IKB Glass) some keys not working (4, r, f, v, 5,t, g, and b)

Usually, when groups of keys in rows or columns stop working, the problem is the keyboard itself.  Are you still under warranty?

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Hi,      I bought my Lenovo YOGA 530-14IKB 3 months back, it worked fine, but I started to notice that bottom right quarter of the touch screen is not working, It is working when screen is at exact 90 degrees in laptop mode but when I tilt the screen back by some 10-15 degrees the bottom right part of the touch screen is not working. The lenovo pen is working fine on this section of screen. Facing same issue in tablet mode also. I don't think this is software issue, maybe the connection at the  hinge got screwed up. The laptop is still under warranty. All the Drivers are up to date. Can I get a replacement if I go to service center or is this a software issue which can be solved ? 

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Hello my 8 month old yoga mic was working fine until the driver was auto updated, i believe through windows update and now the yoga cannot hear me at all.  I uninstalled the Realtek driver and installed the Microsoft HD drivers under Sound, video and game controllers with no change.   My yoga was also updated to Win 10, ver 1809 at this time, which i hear is buggy.  I also installed the latest Realtek drivers from Lenovo and that did not fix the problem either. I turned off Beam forming in the Realtek HD manager and that did not make a difference either!! Please Help,, this is so frustrating!!!!!

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Hi, I keep getting conflicting information. Has anybody tried the Lenovo Pen Pro on these laptops? Are they fully compatible with each other? https://www.lenovo.com/ca/en/accessories-and-monitors/pens-and-supplies/pens/TAB-ACC-BO-Lenovo-Pen-P...

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Past few days, I have been using Ethernet connection fine. Suddenly, it is gone.In 'Control Panel' -> 'Network & Internet' -> 'Network Connection', there are 'Bluetooth Network Connection' and 'WiFi Connection' only. No Ethernet Adapter.Open the Device Manager, there are 'Qualcom Wireless', Bluetooth Device + 8 different WAN Miniports.I downloaded & installed Intel WLAN Driver for Windows 10 (64-bit) - Yoga 920-13IKB, Yoga 920-13IKB  'fqy801af', no change.I switched the ethernet connection from the C Hub to another USB Hub with Ethernet port, no change.Swapped cables, swapped LAN ports, no change. Same cables and ports work fine with another laptop (6 years old).Hope that someone would give a helping hand. I've been struggling with it all day long and am giving up.Help, please. P.S. Got a couple days more to be able to return, with regret of course. Hope this can be fixed. 

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I've been looking around and found a few people who are very displeased with the logo startup/boot logo (example1, example2), but no way to change it as of yet. Is it possible without too much hassle? I know it's not a big deal but the logo is simply terrible in so many ways. If nothing, then at least I'm raising awareness and maybe Lenovo will choose a better graphic designer for our collective startup screens. I mean, seriously? Is that the best you could come up with?


























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A:Yoga 720 Lenovo boot logo. Is there a way to change it? (should be the same for every new Yoga).

I do not know of any way to easily change it without hackging the BIOS, nor would I waste time trying to do so since it is just the boot logo, and I am just happy to have it boot up.

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Hello!I am trying to find out if DisplayPort is supported on the following two models: - Yoga 710-14IKB (80V4003LMX)- Yoga 900S-12ISK (80ML000RMX) I need to drive UHD TVs (4K at 60fps) and various high resolution displays using DisplayPort (HDMI 1.4 only supports 4K at low refresh rates).  It seems to be difficult find out looking through the documentation provided by Lenovo. I have come across some info though: Yoga 710-14IKB:The documentation on  http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/yoga/700-series/yoga-710-14/#80V4000GUS under "Ports" states that: "Micro HDMI?""DisplayPort? (combo with HDMI?)" This indeed seems to indicate that DisplayPort is supported, but I cannot find any info on how this works. - Is DisplayPort supported by the Yoga 710?- If so, what kind of adapter is needed, and where can this be found? Yoga 900S-12ISK:This machine has an USB-C "USB 3.0 port with Video-out". I have found a Lenovo USB-C to HDMI Adaptor-NA (GX90K37871):    https://www.cnet.com/products/lenovo-usb-c-to-hdmi-adapter-external-video-adapter/specs/but so far I have not seen any USB-C to DisplayPort adapter from Lenovo.When an USB-C port has video capabilities, it is usually DisplayPort available (I have seen reviews of Yoga 900S that this actually is the case for the Yoga 900S. - Is DisplayPort supported by the Yoga 900s?- If so, what kind of adapter is needed, and where can this be found?&n... Read more

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Hey. I bought my Yoga 520-14IKB (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256gb NVMe SSD, GeForce 940MX) 2 month ago, had no problems, till last week. Now sometimes i experience such a strange behaviour. Mainly i work on my laptop in normal mode, and sometimes, during such work, it can false trigger a tablet mode for a few (2-3) seconds (notification appers), which causes the keyboard to switch off for this time, despite the fact, that it still stands as a normal laptop, not even close to position, which triggers the yoga mode. How can i fix this? System is Windows 10 April 2018 Update, have all the latest drivers and latest version of BIOS.

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Hi,  I accidentially delete the desktop version of 'Yoga Picks'. I would like to reinstall it, but can't find the download. I'm not looking for the 'Yoga Picks' Metro App - I'm looking for the common desktop verson. Can someone please provide a download link? Best regards,Dodson65

A:Yoga 2 Pro: Download 'Yoga Picks Desktop application'

I accidentally deleted this software too when I cleaned up the system. I need the link to a free download, too.

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Hi, I noticed that when I took the laptops out from a computer bag and immediately flipped them over into a tablet, the login screen showed up with a prompt to enter the password. However, virtual keyboard did not show up. I had to turn the laptps to laptop mode, entered the password and then flipped them back to tablet for the machines to function. This has happened to both my Yoga 730 15" 4K and Yoga C930 4K. Why? Perhaps it is not the virtual keyboard not showing up but the touch screens did not respond? Is this a common issue for the Yoga line?

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Hello all, Got my X1Y3 in a few days ago and I'm very pleased with the screen on the machine as well as battery life and easy type c charging compared to my old X1Y1. However, I have noticed one thing, the audio options (sample rate and bit depth) are about as basic as can be on the X1Y3 compared to my X1Y1. Anyone else notice this or do I perhaps have something limited by my audio settings? I tried looking up the spec sheet for this machine and see nothing mentioned, but looking under sound options in the control panel the max I can do is 24bit/48Khz, the only other option is 16bit/48Khz. Recording only has a signle option of 16bit/48Khz. If this is by design, I'm really disappointed in taking the hit to adio quality from one generation to the next.  For example, my original X1Y1 can do 24bit/192Khz at the maximum for playback and 24bit/96Khz for recording. Software is fully up to date through vantage, and I just installed the october update (much to my reluctance since I had to hit the update button to do it and risk the wrath of the microsoft insider program).  Thr PSREF spec sheets on lenovos website for the Y1Y3 list the chich as Realtek ALC3286, but no specs for bit depth or sampling rate for the machine. Additionally, I can't find any information on this chip online besides sellers inadvertently listing it in thier specs for X1Y3s for sale. It sounds like I might be resigned to carrying around a highres dac or end up praying for LDAC ... Read more

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When ever i open my laptop. On the task bar the date and time is pushed off the screen.I think their maybe a issue with the graphics driver and windows 10. If i click on the up arrow on the task back it will snap back to where it is supposed to be. Please let me know if anyone has had a similar issue with their yoga 12.Please also let me know if anyone knows how to fix. All of my drivers are the latest windows 10 versions. its not a huge issue, but it is extreemly annoying. 

A:Yoga 12 - Windows 10 Issue - taskbar issue

Hi Parks.
Welcome to the forums.
 
Can you plese post the full machine model of your Thinkpad Yoga 12?
 
Did you already looked on your's model support site for the latest drivers? sometimes the latest drivers does not show up on Lenovo System Update or Windows Update.
 
Regards.

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Hi all, I have a Thinkpad X1 yoga purchased in September 2016. It has been great, until about two months ago. It started showing an internal hardware/SSD error when booting up. I reported this to Lenovo and since it is still under warranty, they sent me a new SSD and told me to replace the part. I have a few questions that I've sent to Lenovo but have been unable to get answered: I'm assuming that my data, files and programs will be gone if I replace the SSD. I was able to back up my files...but will I have to repurchase windows 10 or can Lenovo send me that as well? I was able to take the back off of the laptop but was unable to get the screw for the ssd off. Any tips? I really would rather have someone with experience do this, so any information would be helpful. Additionally, I'm getting close to the 30 day mark where I need to send the old part back so that I'm not charged. Is it possible to get this extended while trying to figure this out? Thank you!!

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I bought the Yoga 370 4G version, but I can't seem to find the 4G connectivity.  Did I receive the non-4G version? Machine Type Model: 20JH002AUS Thanks.

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I bought the Yoga 370 4G version, but I can't seem to find the 4G connectivity.  Did I receive the non-4G version? Machine Type Model: 20JH002AUS Thanks.

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RELEVANCY SCORE 59.2

So i looked into my device manager and my usb drivers seem to be working just fine. The USB port 2.0 on the left does work properly ( can plug/unplug usb for example, and it would be recognized just fine) The USB port 3.0 on the left of the computer is mainly used for charging the yoga 3 14, but i tried to plus a device on it and it was recognized perfectly The usb port 3.0 on the right  doesnt work at all , as if it was disconnected or something, or not powered at all Any idea how i could actually make every usb port on my yoga 3 14 work perfectly alltogether ? Cheers

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