Question about Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Generally if you can see the D-Link then everything is trying to talk. Would have to know if the d-link is new out of the box or is part of an existing setup. If the d-link has been part of the network I would suggest that you don't have the security settings correct. If you right click on the network icon and look at the send received numbers. If received is zero then your problem is you don't have the security key (WEP or other type)) setup. If you are getting recieved numbers you may not have the DHCP setup in the d-link. DHCP assigns the numbers to the computer but the d-link has to have this turned on in some models others it is by default.
If both your laptop and dlink are not new and specifically about a year old then I would also suspect that the dlink has died or is dieing on you. If you have had periods of disconnects or slow jerky network acess then these are signs of the dlink having problems. The wireless part tends to go after a year or so while the wired portion probably still works. When they go they are annoying as they work then they won't and so on.
That is you next step to try is to plug in your laptop direct to the wired connection on the dlink to test if the problem is the wifi portion of the dlink. If it connects your problem is the wifi and you probably will have to replace the unit. Next plug it into the cable modem and see if the problem was in the dlink itself.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Have you installed the Lenovo EnergyCut drivers? Without it, laptop may not work properly and turns extra hot. Try letting it cool down before you try again.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Some model ThinkPads have different network, video and audio drivers and unless you know exactly which one is installed in your ThinkPad, you need to download all the drivers and install each driver until you find the right driver.
When you download the drivers, write down the device driver and it’s file name so you have a record of which driver you are installing and which directory the unzipped files are located on your hard drive.
Go to the IBM/Lenovo WEB site - support/download page and download the latest Windows XP or Vista device drivers for your model computer, Use this link: -
You can download the various drivers and then you click on and run the various driver files, they will then unzip and expand into a sub folder on C:\drivers Then install the various drivers from this folder (run the set-up file).
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Unfortunaltey you have liquid in the mouse pad area, unfortunatley there is no quick fix.
The laptop will need to be booked into a reputable PC shop for repair
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
SOURCE: My Lenovo Ideapad Y560 have
Try connecting an external monitor to the VGA port on the left hand side towards the rear. Then turn it on. If you have a picture then you will need to look for the key that swaps the video output on the laptop. in the event that this doesn't work it sounds as though the Graphics module in you unit is broken. This will means taking the unit to a repair facility. I hope the problem is the easy one. Best of luck!
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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