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Sounds like your taxing your system too hard. Perhaps you need to purchase a beefy-er CPU, graphics card, or cooling fan.

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Feb 24, 2018


Hi!
Lenovo does not provide recovery discs for their systems. You would have to call Lenovo to request for one. They also have Lenovo Care, a fee-based software support if you need help reinstalling Windows 7.
You can try to call 1-877-737-1082

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Sep 10, 2014


>check if your wireless adapter is on
>press Fn+F5
>check the status of your wireless adapter
>if it is off turn it on

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Aug 14, 2014


Restart, if it doesn't work normal then hardware problem

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


To enable the numbers Keyboard, you need to make sure that the NUM LOCK is on. Once it is on, you can use the num pad.

Feel free to contact in case of any query.

Regards.

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Dec 08, 2013


The problem is likely, as you might have guessed, with the computer's battery. If the computer is stock from Lenovo, I would first go about contacting them; I'm sure they would be happy to replace the battery free of charge if it's really as bad as you say it is. If not, you've got much more of a problem on your hands. While disassembling and fixing a battery yourself is occasionally possible, it is nonetheless NEVER recommended, not to mention this is not one of those times when it's likely to be possible. The structure of a lithium ion battery is actually relatively complex; it's hard to know exactly what's wrong, and if you don't manage to injure yourself in the process of fixing it, there's a high chance the battery would cease working entirely after you got it back together.

So, unfortunately, it looks like you're going to need a new battery. I know it sucks, but I seriously don't recommend trying to fix it yourself.

Also: If the battery isn't integrated into the laptop, you may be able to buy a new standalone battery. If it is, that may be difficult, if not impossible. If you can find a new integrated battery online, replacing the old one on your own is not out of the question, but there may be soldering involved. As long as you're comfortable with that.

Anyway, good luck. If anything was unclear, I'd be happy to make it not so, just give the word. ;-)

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Nov 08, 2013


Holding the F11 key down at startup will bring you to the prompts that will allow you to restore the system to its factory defaults. This will allow you to recover the system, Be sure to make a copy of any data you need first.

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Oct 30, 2013


Try scanning your computer with radarsync to know which drivers are out-of-date. It has something to do with the device drivers for sure. Update the drivers using RadarSync.

If it still not going to fix the problem then check if there's a sign of overheating after it shuts down. You might want to get it opened by a technician so that he or she can clean the air passages and fans inside your computer.

David

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Jun 30, 2013


Using what? On-line? Media Player? To many running processes? Are ALL your Windows and Lenovo update current?

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Apr 29, 2013


Hi, First of all I would check they are both connected. However it's quite unlikely they've managed to both disconnect themselves at the same time.
Assuming they are both connected ok I would first remove one or the other, then enter your BIOS to see whether the remaining device is detected. As these devices will often be run by the same controller, if one is faulty it could cause the controller problems and in turn it would fail to detect the healthy device. If you can now see the remaining device in the BIOS you can be left almost certain that the removed component is at fault.
Should the BIOS still fail to detect anything this could indicate a controller failure on the mainboard. To help confirm this I would try and connect a drive or ROM that you know is healthy and see if they detect in the BIOS. Another way to help confirm this would be to boot from a USB device into some kind of OS (Windows, Ubuntu etc) and see if the controller is detected by the OS. If it doesn't detect the controller this would be further evidence it has failed.

In a situation where the controller has failed it is often best to pursue replacing the mainboard in the laptop. However it can often be more economical to replace the entire machine.

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Jan 09, 2013


Try downloading the Camera Driver for your computer from Lenovo's Website here:

http://consumersupport.lenovo.com/au/en/DriversDownLoads/APR_Driver_List.aspx?CategoryID=67873&OS=0

or here:

Camera Driver 1.9.1106.01/5.38.1.4/
6.96.2018.12 2010-03-15 34.9 MB Windows 7 32bit
Windows 7 64bit DownloadCamera Driver 1.9.1106.01/
5.38.1.4/6.32.2018.12/
6.96.2018.12 2010-08-31 34.9 MB Windows XP DownloadCamera Driver 1.9.1106.01/5.38.2.2/6.96.2018.16 2010-06-09 35.6MB Windows Vista 32bit
Windows Vista 64bit Download

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Lenovo G560... | Answered on Jan 27, 2012


how can i connect my dv camcorder through firewire port on my lenovo g 560 laptop

Lenovo G560... | Answered on Oct 24, 2011

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