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Yoga 370 Bluetooth disconect at undocking Thunderbolt3 Dock

Q: Yoga 370 Bluetooth disconect at undocking Thunderbolt3 Dock

I use Yoga 370 Model 20JH002KMZ with Thunderbolt 3 Docking Station. Connected with USB-C Cable (Original).I use external Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard (Lenovo KT-1255) and Logitech MX Master Mouser Bluetooth.All Items are brandnew.If I disconnect USB-C Dock-Cable, alle Bluetooth Devices (Keyboard and Mouse) are disconnecting and don't work.Windows 10 shows both Devices as "Connected" and the Devices themselves are "blinking" (searching Notebook).I tried this:- Windows Bluetooth Device-Manager, disabled "windows can set device to energy save"- Drivers are all up-to-date- Drivers re-install- Thunderbolt Firmware Update (up-to-date)This all brings no solution. All Devices disconnecting if I disconnect the USB-C Docking.Only solution I found is:- FN-F10 multiple turning Bluetooth off and on in Windows.- It needs often 3-4 turning off-on's until it works again. What can I do?

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Preferred Solution: Yoga 370 Bluetooth disconect at undocking Thunderbolt3 Dock

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

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Dear All, Are there any Thunderbolt3 docks in other brand that can complatible with Thinkpad x1?I thinkpad "Lenovo Thinkpad Thunderbolt 3 Dock" is so expensive.  Thank you so much in advance. regards, Weera 

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my new X1 Carbon 6th gen comes with Connected Standby aka Modern Sleep. unfortunately, it does not work properly when used together with the ThinkPad Thunderbolt 3 Dockingstation. 1. X1 connected to dock via TB3 cable, 2 external monitors, lid closed2. disconnecting the TB3 cable expected: notebook goes to sleepactual: notebook stays awake despite closed lid 1. X1 connected to dock via TB3 cable, 2 external monitors, lid closed2. start > power > sleep3. disconnect TB3 cable expected: notebook stays in sleepactual: notebook wakes up as soon as cable is removed, despite lid being closed there seems to be no way to go directly to sleep without having to first open the lid and then close it again, which is very annyoing. anyone has a workaround for this? other brands (hp, dell,apple) manage to do this just fine... I know how to disable Connected Standby through registry and bios settings to get the "old" sleep mode back, what I'm looking for is a way to work with Connected Standby enabled.

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The August 3rd Troubleshooting guide says in order to undock you must "Click the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the notification area, at the far right of the taskbar".  Where is that icon?  I have the Thunderbolt icon, but it does not offer any remove option.  The link is:http://h20565.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?sp4ts.oid=11122586&docLocale=en_US&docId=emr_na-c0...In that same document it links to the Zbook dock white paper (4AA6-5088EEW) which says to just pull the cable out, "When removing the HP Elite Dock with Thunderbolt 3 or HP ZBook Dock with Thunderbolt 3 from your HP notebook or HP ZBook Mobile Workstation, it is recommended to unplug the dock first, wait until the Thunderbolt icon (see Figure 3) in the system tray is gone, and then put the notebook or mobile workstation into Standby, Hibernate, Restart or Shut-down state".Which one is correct?

A:Zbook Dock: Proper Undocking

Hi, Safely remove will remove the thunderbolt icon therefore you have to remove the dock first. Please click the arrow up, you should be able to see remove hardware (USB, Thunderbolt ....).                      Regards.

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Hello,If Docked-In Thunderbolt3 Docking with external Monitors, I can't rotate Screen on Yoga 370.I can rotate all screens, but not the built-in Yoga Screen. (Option is grayed-out).Only solution is to go to Screen-Settings and change Orientation.This is impractical, since windows has its button for this.As I found out, this made by manufacturer of graphic-card (Lenovo/Intel).Why does the manufacturer lock this function? You may ask what's the reason to rotate the Yoga screen, whyle docked-in and external monitors?At office I use an external Bluetooth Keyboard, Mouse, and two external Monitors docked at Thunderbolt Docking.In this configuration I use Yoga Screen for handwriting in Tablet Mode.To have an ultra thin handwriting tablet I want to rotate the Yoga Screen and rotate the Yoga. Perhaps Lenovo will un-Lock this function in next Firmware Release?(Why does Lenovo Lock functionality of windows this way and restrict use of their own products?)

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HiI have massive problems here with my setup:2 screens connected to WiGig 40A6. 1 HDMI, 1 DPX1 Yoga 1st Gen (20FQ) freezes every time when I undock. Freeze means: only possible way to get out of this is the power button. It seems, that it is not always the same:Worst case is, if both screens are connected. Then it freezes at every undock.A bit better is, if only DP is connected.A lot better is, if only HDMI screen is connected. I tried a fresh Win10 64 Bit install with all windows updates.I tried with the drivers on the X1 Yoga site at lenovoI tried with newest drivers for WiGig, from Intel, with newest driver for Intel HD graphics 520 from IntelI tried with older driver for Intel HD graphics 520 from X1 Yoga site at lenovoI did not find any working configuration. Undocking (and also rebooting, or shut down) is not possible without freeze. Does a working  configuration exist?Thank you for any suggestion!Roger 

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hello
i have a weird issue that i lose the Bluetooth after an hibernate or dock de-dock of the laptop..

the bios is the latest A18.
we try to uninstall and reinstall the driver and application same thing.
we are running windows 10 OS

Thanks

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Hi,

We use an older laptop for our TV and Netflix etc and it works OK, but reading the TV screen from 15-feet back is a pain.

I'd like a dock with wifi/cable Network connection to the Internet and a Bluetooth link to a win8.1 tablet.

I have a Fire Stick and Chromecast and they do it OK, but then I have to use an Android phone to control them. The Android apps for the these are not as good as using a browser in windows 8.1.

So far I am thinking of an Acer Switch or ASUS T100 as they both have USB ports in the keyboard. I could use a USB-HDMI adapter, but that's going to run 300+bucks.

If I can get a dock that will sit at the TV, connected to the Network for Internet and linked to an 8" win8.1 tablet I already have, I can then use win8.1 for accessing everything via the browser.

Anyone heard of anything like this?
Where do I get it?

{edit}
If you are thinking Miracast, it does not cut it, the lag between movie visuals, sound and subtitles is a mess.
{/edit}

Thanks

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My wife decided to trade in her trusty Thinkpad Yoga 12 for a Yoga 720 12". I see that the 12" model has USB type C but no Thunderbolt 3. I'm having trouble finding a dock that I know will work for it. Does anyone here know what kind of dock I need? I don't see a lot of information on this particular laptop. Thanks

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Have an X1 Yoga 1st Generation, with a USB-C Dock inbound.  The two are not compatible, since the 1st Gen doesnt have a USB-C slot. I am able, however, to use a standard Male USB-C to Female USB 3.0 Adapter, as well as a USB 3.0 Male to Male cable to connect the laptop to the dock.  Would this work? Has anyone ever tried?  If not, what are my alternatives.  -MD

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Hi, I am looking for a docking station that will charge a Yoga 900, will drive an external 4K monitor, and has a USB port to connect a DVD. Lenovo recommends Thinkpad USB Pro, but Lenovo says that this will not charge the Yoga. I don't know if the problem is with the Yoga or the dock. Are there any alternative products that will charge the Yoga and drive the display? Thanks

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I have Thinkpad Yoga 460(20EL). I bought OneLink docking station model DU9026S1 however I could not use it as the connecter is bigger (or different) from the slot in the laptop. Searched a lot but could not understand why this happened. Any help to propose the suitable docking or if there is a an adaptor?

A:Yoga 460 with OneLink+ Dock

Hi SeniorJ,Warm Greetings & welcome to Lenovo Community, happy to have you here.As I understand that you have query regarding Docking station for Yoga 460 20EL
The dock which you have bought is ThinkPad OneLink Dock which is not compatible with your system
 
SeniorJ wrote:
I have Thinkpad Yoga 460(20EL). I bought OneLink docking station model DU9026S1 however I could not use it as the connecter is bigger (or different) from the slot in the laptop. Searched a lot but could not understand why this happened. Any help to propose the suitable docking or if there is a an adaptor?

Unfortunately, your system has OneLink+ dock connector and the dock which you have to use is ThinkPad OneLink+ Dock (40A40090SA)
And there is no such Adapter/cable to convert OneLink+dock - OneLink Dock.
 
I hope the above information helped you.
Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
 
Regards,Prabhansh_______________________________________________Tap that Kudos button if I helped.If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"!

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I have a Yoga 720 with GeForce GTX 1050, Lenovo Ref. 80X700A0SP with an USB 3.1 Gen. 2 Type-C (with the function of Thundebolt 3 and Display Port), with 2 GB and Discrete graphics adapter memory GDDR5 Discrete graphics memory type, supporting up to [email protected] (DP). Does it support G-Sync?Up to which DisplayPort is it supported? 1.2?Does it make any sense that I buy a monitor with a refresh rate higher than 60Hz? Thanks a lot in advance!

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I want to buy the Lenovo Yoga 920 (i7 with 16 GB) and I?m used to work with 3 external full HD Monitors. Since it has 2 Thunderbolt ports, it looks like the Thunderbolt 3 Dock may work with the 920. However, it is not listed on the compability list for the dock. Therefore: are the dock and the 920 working together?  

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Hi. I have Yoga 730 15, and bought Plugable TB3 docking stationEverything is ok but it does not charge my laptop. so I decided to return it. Now I need new one.Does anyone know what TB3 dock or USB-C dock is compatilibity to Yoga 730 15?I just need 1 external display, [email protected] and charging over TB3 port. Thanks.

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Hello all,I bought a Yoga X1 2018 and during the shop they suggest the Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Dock. Since I thought that having to disconnect only one cable when bringin the laptop from the desk to the meeting room would have been useful, I bought it.With my disappointment I setup everything and I did some tests on the laptop just to discover that the performance of the laptop when powered through the docking station are 1/3 with respect to when it's powered by the 65W power supply and 1/2 of when the laptop is on battery... (234pt vs 640pt vs 563pt | dock/65W/battery)Now since the docking station has a 135W power supply, I really can't think that this is an issue with the supply from the docking. Also since the laptop is even faster on battery I really don't understand how it could be related to the power supply... anyway I've connected both the 65W power supply and the docking and the performance are back to normal.Is there anyone who can suggest me what's going on or how to report this to Lenovo?

A:Thunderbolt 3 dock & Yoga X1 3rd gen

Hello,i have the same setup (X1 Yoga 3rd Gen + Thunderbolt Dock)  and dont experience less or different performance.I have 2 monitors with display port and couple of USB devices connected to the Dock. Also using 2 external and the Yoga monitor at the same time was never a problem.What tests have you done to measure the performance?best regards,AT

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Is the Yoga 720 (both 13" and 15") compatible with the Lenovo Thunderbolt Dock? I'm interested in hooking up 3 external monitors, and am looking to purchase either the 13" or 15" models.

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Has anyone found a good dock for the yoga 910?

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We got about 5 Yoga 460s brand new with OneLink+ dock systems.  All of them have been updated with their respective updates in regards to BIOS, Firmware for Dock and Network drivers.  We are having a problem with ethernet adapter (when docked) dropping connections for about 1 second (causing Windows Explorer to say we disconnected from network drives). I can't see any "icons" drop (for network connectivity in notification center of the bottom right).  All are running Windows 10 with latest updates.  Pressing "ok" reconnects instantly but this is becoming a very annoying problem with people have to do this 6 times a day.   Lenovo machines plugged up before these docks and Yogas (T540s and T460s) in their own respective docks didn't have one issue.  Nothing on the network switch is indicating a dropped connection (managed switch put into logging mode).  We have turned off all power management of the network driver (allowed to sleep and "green" switching) to no avail.  This seems like a USB3.0 problem and we can't seem to figure it out.  Even without ANY external displays attached we get disconnects about 6 times a day (in 8 hour work day). 

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I have a Yoga 370 (Win10) and a Thunderbolt 3 dock & Thinkpad USB-C dock and i cannot get them to play nice. I am using the USB-C cord on both devices, it transmits video and power but not USB or Ethernet. I have downloaded drivers and firmware from Lenovo and still no luck, the computer does not see the dock BUT the video and power are there. I changed my BIOS settings per the firm ware update well and no luck. any help would be much appreciated!

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We got about 5 Yoga 460s brand new with OneLink+ dock systems.  All of them have been updated with their respective updates in regards to BIOS, Firmware for Dock and Network drivers.  We are having a problem with ethernet adapter (when docked) dropping connections for about 1 second (causing Windows Explorer to say we disconnected from network drives). I can't see any "icons" drop (for network connectivity in notification center of the bottom right).  All are running Windows 10 with latest updates.  Pressing "ok" reconnects instantly but this is becoming a very annoying problem with people have to do this 6 times a day.   Lenovo machines plugged up before these docks and Yogas (T540s and T460s) in their own respective docks didn't have one issue.  Nothing on the network switch is indicating a dropped connection (managed switch put into logging mode).  We have turned off all power management of the network driver (allowed to sleep and "green" switching) to no avail.  This seems like a USB3.0 problem and we can't seem to figure it out.  Even without ANY external displays attached we get disconnects about 6 times a day (in 8 hour work day). 

A:Yoga 460 with OneLink+ Dock

Nobody? Not even OneLink+ issues?

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My Windows 7 Operating system is taking a lot of time during Start up.I was looking for an alternative to the regular icons ,scattered all over my desktop.So,i decided to try Docks such as Rocket Dock,Object Dock,Nexus,Rk Launcher or similar dock....It certainly looks beautiful but now i am skeptical if these are causing my system to load very slowly during Windows Start up..

Also,now i am using a Windows Task bar Software which lets me pin any program shortcut on my task bar. So,my task bar is filled up with many icons.Is that the cause of a slow start up or the Docks...

A:Does DOCK's (such as Rocket Dock,Object Dock etc) makes computer slow?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by fahadhum


My Windows 7 Operating system is taking a lot of time during Start up.I was looking for an alternative to the regular icons ,scattered all over my desktop.So,i decided to try Docks such as Rocket Dock,Object Dock,Nexus,Rk Launcher or similar dock....It certainly looks beautiful but now i am skeptical if these are causing my system to load very slowly during Windows Start up..

Also,now i am using a Windows Task bar Software which lets me pin any program shortcut on my task bar. So,my task bar is filled up with many icons.Is that the cause of a slow start up or the Docks...


You can use MSconfig to diagnose startup issues. Visit the following link for details;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iku_aPUsVQ4

You can post back with any questions regarding your system services and startup entries to establish their purpose and whether or not they are required at startup.

Taskbar icons are just shortcuts and do not effect the time it takes for starting a computer.

HTH

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I just bought a ThinkPad OneLink+ Dock for my Lenovo X1 Yoga 2nd Gen laptop. I used the product guide to find it.
Unfortunately, the connector is not compatible to my 2nd gen X1.
Is there a converter og can I connect via the USB?

A:X1 Yoga 2nd Gen and OneLink+ Dock: USB converter?

Hi YogaCaveBear, and welcome to the Lenovo User Community!
 
Please provide a link to the product guide which said the OneLink+ Dock is compatible with the X1 Yoga 2nd Gen, so we can get it fixed! As you have found it is NOT compatible, and there is no USB converter .
 
The most complete reference to compatibility of all accessories is the Options Compatibility Matrix. You can use a USB dock or a Thunderbolt dock - the Lenovo Quick Pick site also shows your options.

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Hi all Anyone else have a X1YG3 as well as a Hybrid USB-C with USB-A dock? It's this one which is being described: https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/solutions/pd500180 I have two of these docks, both connected to two external monitors, one via HDMI directly and the other with a DisplayPort to DVI adaptor. Unfortunately on only one of such docks, upon plugging the USB-C port in, the two monitors never power up, and in Device Manager, the error of USB Port Reset Failed shows up. The way to fix this is to use Device Manager to uninstall the Unknown USB Device (the dock) and then in a few minutes time it fixes itself up. Would anyone else have experienced something similar, or is this a replacement dock beckoning?  Thanks in advance!  

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First, I use multiple monitors.  I found that I cannot use 3.  The 3rd monitor could never get a resolution smaller then 800x600 or 1024x768.  I also found that the monitors would often flash during startup, redocking or signing out.  Often taking several(legit) minutes to come back to life.  I am now down to two monitors and I still get the issue on my 2nd(Windows display would show it as being displayed but it could not detect or identify until it does after umpteen min).  I have tried https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/ca/en/downloads/ds501902 Second, I am having issues with sound only coming out of one Epson speaker.  I have tried yoga 380 drivers for audio but no success.  Also ran the troubleshooter but it comes back as Generic Audio Driver Detected but get the yellow exclamation mark.  It cannot fix the issue.  We are deploying 96 of these in a few short weeks(attached to smart boards via VGA--> Display) and using the VGA connection for the monitor, and looking for solutions.  I would like to get my system functional and proper before we need to run around and make too many adjustments. Anyone run into similar problems? 

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Hey everyone, I've been searching high and low for some info.  I have looked to see if I can find some info but I am unable to find a solution.  I currently have a Lenovo 370 with a Lenovo ThinkPad USB-C Dock( https://www3.lenovo.com/us/en/accessories-and-monitors/home-office/Thinkpad-USB-C-Dock/p/40A90090US )  Currently I am running into an issue where I can run two monitors (any combo DP and VGA) and they will run at full resolution.  As soon as the third monitor is connected; doesn't matter the combo or how the third is plugged in, it runs at 640x480 resolution and will not adjust to proper resolution. I have run TVSU and all are updated, and even within windows 10 updates are complete.  Intel support shows that the card can be running at three monitors.  I have a T460s as well that can run the three monitors with the Ultra Dock at full resolution so I know it is not a monitor issue. I am wondering is this a limitation of the Yoga itself or is this a problem with the ThinkPad USB-C dock? Any ideas would be greatly appriciated. Thanks!

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I am unable to use Intel AMT via the OneLink+ dock.  I can remotely access the same device through wireless but not through the ethernet connector on the dock. When viewing the network information through Intel Management and Security Status it shows as the link being down and the MAC address is different than teh one I see listed for the doc. When I look in Win10 I see the ethernet adapter listed for the dock but I also see an ethernet2 listed as Intel Ethernet Connection I219-LM with the matching MAC address for the adapter showing in Intel Management and Security Status. Trying to contact support got me now where but a run around. Am I missing something or did we pay for vPro features I cannot use when docked?

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I have a thinkpad x1 yoga 1st signature edition. I don't have a usb-c port in my laptop. How can I connect the thunderbolt3 cable to my laptop?
I tried a usb to usb-c cable, and also an hdmi to usb-c adabtor, and my laptop can't recognize the dock either of those ways...
 
Moderator edit: Matched Subject to content.

A:Thunderbolt 3 Graphics Dock with x1 yoga 1st

I believe you need a thunderbolt 3 enabled device for it to work at all. 

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I recently bought a X1 Yoga as a personal laptop to compliment my Gen 3 X1 Carbon. I istakenly thought the onelink dock would be indentical, only to find they use different ports. From what I can tell, Lenovo does not sell a converter cord. Has anyone run into this issue? Am I stuck having two docks on my desk or should I just convert to a generic USB doc (non-Lenovo)?

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I have a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro hooked to a Think Pad 3.0 Dock and use two external Dell Monitors.  Everything worked fine for quite awhile, then one day while working the external monitors stopped and are no longer identified or detected.   I replaced all of the cables and insured all of the drivers are up-to-date.  I also confirmed that both monitors still work on another computer.  I borrowed another Think Pad Dock to see if the dock may have fried, but the new one does not work either.Any suggestions?  Thanks.   

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Hey everyone, I've been searching high and low for some info.  I have looked to see if I can find some info but I am unable to find a solution.  I currently have a Lenovo 370 with a Lenovo ThinkPad USB-C Dock( https://www3.lenovo.com/us/en/accessories-and-monitors/home-office/Thinkpad-USB-C-Dock/p/40A90090US )  Currently I am running into an issue where I can run two monitors (any combo DP and VGA) and they will run at full resolution.  As soon as the third monitor is connected; doesn't matter the combo or how the third is plugged in, it runs at 640x480 resolution and will not adjust to proper resolution. I have run TVSU and all are updated, and even within windows 10 updates are complete.  Intel support shows that the card can be running at three monitors.  I have a T460s as well that can run the three monitors with the Ultra Dock at full resolution so I know it is not a monitor issue. I am wondering is this a limitation of the Yoga itself or is this a problem with the ThinkPad USB-C dock? Any ideas would be greatly appriciated. Thanks!

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Hello, Could somebody help me with the solution for charging my laptop X1 Yoga for USB docking station, please? Thnak you, Marius.

A:x1 yoga not charge from ThinkPad USB 3.0 Pro Dock

USB 3.0 docks are not capable of powering a computer (unless some non-standard functionality is used, and even then only a small amount of power can be supplied). The only standards compliant way to power a computer from a USB dock is a USB type C dock with power delivery capability connected to a USB type C port on a suitable laptop. The X1 Yoga does not have USB type C, so the only dock that can power the X1 Yoga is the OneLink+ Dock. You will need to connect a power adapter as well as the USB 3.0 dock if you wish to power the X1 Yoga.

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The Microsoft keynote at IFA https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2017/08/30/how-to-watch-microsofts-keynote-at-ifa-2017/ 25:55 teased a graphics dock for the Yoga 920. Any word on when that's coming?

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Hello everybody, I have x1 yoga 20FQ with Win10 Ent 64bit, no matter what I do it doesn't seem to work with the WiGig Dock. everytime I try to install the Intel dock manager it says " A WiGig device is not installed on your computer", although when I checked in the bois I have the WiGig device enabled also I made sure to install the WiGig Drivers. But no luck still.any ideas what I am doing wronge, or is my X1Y support the WiGig Dock ? Thanks For the Help.


























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New out of the box Lenovo ultrabook yoga X1. laptop can see wigig via *connect* function, but cannot connect. clicking on *connect* on the device results in message stating trying to connect. After 15-20 seconds, it says *we didn't get any response from device. Please try again*. wigig is 12" from laptop and well within 120* radius required. rebooted laptop. reboot wigig. reset wigig. No change in behavior after multiple attempts. light on front of Wigig is *breathing* indicating it is trying to connect. it is the correct wigig as I checked the name of the wigig under connect and matched to SN printed on bottom of wigig. Any suggestions? thx

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Hi therePlanning to order a 2nd generation X1 Yoga (20JE). According to the OCM (March edition, which, however, does not mention 20JE, but explicitly states X1 Yoga 2nd gen) among others, both the USB 3.0 Pro Dock (40A70045) and the Onelink+ dock (40A40090) would be compatibel with the Yoga, not howeber the USB-C dock (40A90090) or the Thunderbolt 3 Dock (40AC0135). I'd appreciate this in principle, as I still have the Onelink+-Dock of the 1st generation X1 Yoga. But I cannot entirely believe it, as the pictures I found of the 2nd generation X1 yoga do not show any Onelink+-Connector, but it has USB.C/Thunderbolt 3 connectors according to the specs. So what is true? Thanks! (Cross posted from German language question @ https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Kaufberatung/X1-Yoga-2nd-Gen-20JE-Dock-Kompatibilit%C3%A4t/td-p/3595825)

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Hi,I'm using a ThinkPad X1 Yoga 3rd generation in conjunction with a ThikPad USB 3.0 Dock (DU9019D1).  Since about two weeks the Notebook refuses to connect properly to the Dock about 90% of the time. When connected to the dock the screen turns on and off repeatingly until I remove the dock. The screens attached to the dock do not show any connected source. All other features of the dock work as intended. Updating my drivers didn't turned out to have any effect. Furthermore I am using a seccond DU9019D1 Dock which shows the same behavior. The ThinkPad is running the latest Windows 10 build. Doese anyone here have an idea on how to fix this issue?   

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New out of the box Lenovo ultrabook yoga X1. laptop can see wigig via *connect* function, but cannot connect. clicking on *connect* on the device results in message stating trying to connect. After 15-20 seconds, it says *we didn't get any response from device. Please try again*. wigig is 12" from laptop and well within 120* radius required. rebooted laptop. reboot wigig. reset wigig. No change in behavior after multiple attempts. light on front of Wigig is *breathing* indicating it is trying to connect. it is the correct wigig as I checked the name of the wigig under connect and matched to SN printed on bottom of wigig. Any suggestions? thx

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Task Manager is showing ThinkPad OneLink Dock Management (32 bit) using about a third of the cpu at the moment. I don't use a dock -- the machine doesn't have any peripherals plugged in. The machine is an X1 Yoga running the current version of Windows 20. I haven't seen this before -- does anyone have an idea of what might be going on? 

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Hi! I´ve just bought 2 new Full HD monitors to feed them using a Thunderbolt 3 Dock. My problem: one of the monitors has a colour issue showing purple instead of green. Sometimes the right one, after restart the left one a.s.o. - I changed cables from DP to HDMI and VGA: ever the same- I´ve tried the second thunderbolt port of the docking station Once even the laptop´s display itself showed the wrong colours but it now works fine again.I´m not able to get the tweo external monitors working together with the right colours. Neither including the Yoga´s display nor when Yoga´s display is turned off. What to do...? Best regards!


























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Trying to figure out how to charge my Yoga 3, while using my new Thinkpad Ultra docking station. The power USB for the Yoga 3 and docking station USB only work in the Yoga 3 power port. None of the other USB ports on the Yoga 3 will work. Do I need an adapter? 

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Just received a new X1 Yoga 2nd gen laptop with a USB-C dock (40A90090US) and I'm trying to run a three monitor setup.  Tried with the two built in display port connections and the laptop screen, but that's not working.  Currently have it running with one display port, the laptop screen, and the HDMI port on the laptop, but that's not ideal, having to plug in two cables.  I'd prefer to not use the VGA port, but would that be the only way to have two active external monitors coming from the dock in addition to the laptop screen?  Other option is that I could probably scrounge a third monitor, leave the laptop closed and run three monitors off the dock, though as near as I can tell, that dock doesn't support three live monitors.  Looks like I'd need to upgrade to the thunderbolt dock (40AC0135xx) for that to work, is that correct? Thanks for any input...

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