Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup and Driver Upgrade
Thinkpad 11e Specifications
The laptop offers outstanding performance, fast responsiveness and good battery life. With built-in security, this feature-packed processor is ready to take your productivity, creativity and entertainment to the next level. The Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup supports Windows 10 OS. The laptop includes thermal management features that reduce power consumption.
- An 11.6-inch HD, non-touch screen
- Up to 6th Gen Intel Core i3-6100U
- RAM has an 8GB memory
- The battery has a capacity up to 42 WHr
You can store large volumes of data without any difficulty and handle the tasks with ease.
The quad-core processor of the laptop handles multiple audio and video streams with aplomb.
With a long battery life, you don’t have to worry about scrabbling for a charger in the middle of your school project.
The display is ideal to perform all school projects and also gives intuitive experience for taking notes and more.
Driver Configuration Support
Type the model of your laptop and select it from the dropdown list provided on this website. Select the Driver and Software tab that displays the available drivers for your Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup. Locate the available drivers for your OS and click the arrow mark next to the driver for your OS to download the file. After the process completes, the file will be saved on your system. Double-click the file to run it and follow the instructions that appear during installation to complete the process.Driver
Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Laptop Top Issues
Thinkpad 11e BIOS Setup and Diagnostics
To enter Setup Utility, go to the Charms Bar. Press Windows Key-C. Click Settings –> Change PC Settings –> General. Scroll to the bottom and select the Advanced Startup option. Click Restart Now –> Troubleshoot –> Advanced Options –> UEFI Firmware Settings –> Restart. To access the Boot Menu, open the Charms Bar and click Settings –> Change PC Settings –> General –> Advanced Startup –> Restart Now –> Use A Device –> Boot Menu.
How do I test the Hard Drive on my laptop?
The first step is to check if the hard drive is recognized in BIOS and is properly set up. Turn on your laptop and in the ThinkPad splash screen, press F1 for Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup on BIOS Utility. If you notice a prompt to type the password, enter it. Select Startup –> Boot and then press the Enter key. Now, press the F10 key to save and exit and click Yes. This will restart the system. If the drive is recognized, you can test the hard drive for errors. If it is not, reseat the drive and then check the BIOS again.
Setting up the display on an external monitor
Make sure that you connect the external display to an appropriate connector on the ThinkPad. Press Fn and F7 keys to open the Windows display dialog box. Choose your desired display combination. There is a set of options such as Disconnect to remove the external display, Duplicate to display the same screen on both devices, Extend to create extended desktop space on the new monitor and Projector only to display your screen only on the external device.
The cooling fan is not working
Always place your Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup laptop on a firm level. There is no perfect reason why the fan stops suddenly after a bootup. In such scenario, shut down the laptop and then start it again after 2-3 minutes. The fan accumulates dust on its blades. This will reduce its efficiency to cool down the machine and hence the fan gets clogged due to dust. Try to clean the fan by disassembling the laptop and clean the fan blades to remove the dust. It is recommended to clean the fan once in every 3 years.
Try blowing compressed air in the laptop fan through its vent. This is to remove the dust. Blow air several times in the fan’s air vents located on left or right. Do not use high pressurized compressed air in the air vents. If the charge in the battery reaches below 20%, the internal fan automatically stops. This, in few cases, can damage the motherboard and CPU due to overheating. It is due to the fact that the cooling system is stopped temporarily due to very low charge.
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You can try performing BIOS reset to resolve the Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup issue and also scan the HDD for any bad sectors. Shut down the laptop, press the Novo button and select BIOS Setup. To reset the BIOS to its defaults click the F9 Key and select the YES option. Select the F10 Key to save the changes, restart the laptop and check if the issue is resolved. Try to scan the HDD using HD Tune. If the issue continues even after performing the BIOS reset, reach us on the Toll-free number.
Update BIOS Issue
Download the BIOS update and run the extract. You will notice that it tries to run the Flash BIOS Utility and fail with the Driver Loading error. Close the window. Open Windows Explorer and go to the directory the installer expanded to. Check if the utility is running a 32-bit version or an incorrect version. Try to run the 64-bit version and check if the issue is resolved. Check if you are able to find a 64-bit application in the directory and try that.
Driver Upgrade issue
The first step is to restart your laptop. To uninstall the driver, go to Device Manager, right-click wireless adapter and select Uninstall. Select the OK option to confirm the uninstallation. If you view a box next to Delete the Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup driver software for this device, check the box and select the OK button. Now, make sure you download the latest version of the driver compatible with the OS of your laptop.
Graphics Not work after windows 10 Update
There are possibilities for few functionalities to get affected by a recent feature update. In case you are unable to perform a system restore due to missing restore points, you can go back to its previous version. To rollback to your previous Windows 10 build, press Windows key + I and click Update & security. Now, select Recovery and choose the Get started button under Go back to an earlier build section. The Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup process will start and for information purposes, you will be asked few questions.
How to Identify and Repair Malware or Virus Infected Systems
- It is essential that your Microsoft OS is kept up to date. This is because the latest security updates and patches from Windows Update keep your laptop secure. Make sure you set Windows Update to automatically check for new updates.
- But prior to applying updates or service packs, ensure you have a backup of your personal files and programs. This is to avoid data loss in case the update fails to apply properly. Turn on Windows Firewall and proceed with the steps below.
- Go to Control Panel, select System and Security and click to open Windows Firewall. Now, select Turn Windows Firewall on or off. Check if both the private and public network firewalls are turned on. Once you select both, click the OK option to finish Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup process.
- It is better to scan your system at least once a week to check if there are any viruses. Make sure you set your browser’s security settings to high. It is not advisable to open any unsolicited e-mail or e-mail attachments. If you notice any, delete them immediately.
Wireless connection was not working
Check if the Wi-Fi is turned on your device and ensure that flight mode is turned off. Always select the correct wireless network name. Also, check if the network is password is correct. Make sure that the lights on the router and modem are on. If the issue still persists, determine if the problem is with your Lenovo Device or the Wi-Fi network. Connect to the wireless network with another device. If other devices connect to the wireless network, it indicates that the Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup issue is with the device.
Fix Network Connection Issues in Windows10
The primary step is to disconnect the power cable from the router and the modem. Wait for few seconds and then plug in the modem and router back into the power source. Turn on your laptop and try to connect again. The Network troubleshooter can help to recognize and fix the common connection issues. An outdated driver can cause connection issues. Check if there is an updated driver available. If you were connected previously and recently installed a new driver, changing your driver to a previous version might help.
Fix Network Problems in Windows 7 and Windows 8
It is highly recommended to first download the latest driver for your Windows. You can also try another method. Go to Start, type devmgmt.msc, click Enter and expand Network Controllers and right-click on the problem network card. Go to the Driver tab and select Update Driver. If this does not solve the issue, uninstall the network driver and then reinstall it after a restart. This, in most cases, fixes the problem. Your Windows system will automatically reinstall the Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Setup driver for you. In case it does not, download the latest driver and then install it.