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Q: ThinkPad Yoga S1 keyboard unresponsive

Hello, I have a ThinkPad Yoga S1. The keyboard sometimes becomes unresponsive, while the external keyboard still works fine. The keyboard revives after going to sleep mode. I have had this issue since the beginning (2 month ago). The fact that it still works fine with the external keyboard incriminates the driver. But all drivers are up to date. (I made all the updates I could find.) And in the device manager, the status reads « This device is working properly ». Anyone else having the same issue, ... and its solution? Thanks,JC










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A: ThinkPad Yoga S1 keyboard unresponsive

Hi Jc-createlli,

Welcome to Lenovo Community!

As per the query we understood that you are facing issue with keyboard not working when system is on sleep mode on your ThinkPad Yoga S1.

Go to device manager and under keyboard adapter uninstall all the adapter and restart the system and check.

Run ThinkVantage system update utility and update all the drivers and application from that.

Hope this helps.

Best regards,
Hemanth Kumar



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A:Thinkpad Yoga 14 - keyboard backlight WILL NOT TUR...

Hi. welcome to the forum.
 
Do you want to try out something just to check that the keyboard light is working?
I have a TP Yoga 14 here and when I access the BIOS the keyboard lights up when I press "FN+Space", give it a try if it works for you.
 
I do not know if it requires an special driver, but I'm using the Windows 10 that was updated over the Win8.1 that came included.
 
The other things that cames to my mind is trying to boot other OS from the USB and see if the keyboard lights up.
 
Regards

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A:Thinkpad Yoga 12 win 10 - keyboard backlight stopp...

Hi
Welcome to the forums.
 
I'm not sure what can be the issue, but can you try checking the "Lenovo Settings" application to check if your keyboard backlight turns on?
?
The Lenovo Settings is on the Windows Store , but you also need to install the Dependecy Package.
 
But just checking the support site I found there is a BIOS update that says:
(1.08)
- (Fix) Fixed an issue that "Fn + Space" cannot control KB backlight after exit shipping mode.
 
Please double check if this is your model support site. Maybe you should apply that BIOS update too.
 
I hope this helps.
 
Regards

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A:Thinkpad Yoga S1 touchpad, keyboard backlight and ...

Dear Ruairi, Welcome in lenovo community, Kindly try to install the below drivers Hotkey Features Integration Lenovo Power Management Regards,Joseph

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A:Keyboard Sound Issue on Thinkpad Yoga 460

Finally got a fix for the problem. I should have googled the issue some more before posting it here. For anyone having this problem, or curious about the fix, here is the link that solved my problem. Apparently, it is a "feature" of most thinkpad model since years ago.Keyboard beeping issue solved

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A:ThinkPad Yoga - Keyboard partially working

Please note that the numbers following the recommended drivers are the drivers I meed to update to.

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A:Thinkpad Yoga (20CD) trackpad and keyboard backlig...

Also I've done various system restores and reinstalled Windows 8.1

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When I first bought this product, two LEDs of Sound Mute and MIC disable work correctly.But after setting up the computer, it does not turn on any more (even though MUTE is okay).Moreover, 'on screen display' of these keys do not appear any more...Can anyone help me? 












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A:ThinkPad Yoga (S240) Keyboard Mute/MIC_disable LED...

Hi,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community Forums!
 
I?m sorry to hear that on screen display and mic disable LED in your Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga is not working properly.
 
Try reinstalling the hotkey integration features and Power management driver.
 
Hope this helps!
 
Best regards,
Mithun.




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A:[Thinkpad yoga 12] trackpad, keyboard backlight and cpu fan issue

Don't have the issues with the trackpad, but my fan too does not start at all.Everything updated, the freshest BIOS 1.30. Lenovo support unhelpful.

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My new model 20FY0002US Thinkpad Yoga 14 developed a problem with the keyboard. When switching from tablet to laptop screen rotation I heard a CLICK and the right side of the lift-and-lock keyboard got stuck. The button to the right of the delete key remains fully extended no matter the screen rotation and the keys on the right side dont work well. Basically they remain recessed because the interstitial plastic does not retract. Likewise the extended button prevents the screen from closing fully on the right side. Is this something that is fixable for a handy user or should I be returning the laptop to the retailer? Sadly i cannot afford to be without a computer for the time it would likely take to ship it in for repairs. Any help would be greatly appreciated.













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A:Thinkpad Yoga 14 2-in-1 (20FY0002US) keyboard physically stuck

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I think you should take it to Lenovo for repair, to some Lenovo service center. I know it is not good to be without a laptop but I think it will take some days to repair it.  Open a ticket with Lenovo about it.
 
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