Lenovo TP Yoga 11E 715E+11 Laptop Setup Support
Lenovo TP Yoga 11E 715E+11 Specs
The laptop includes a rubber bumper that absorbs the force of side bumps. The corners of the laptop are 50 percent stronger. A stronger rear cover reduces accidental LCD damage. The unique design and touchscreen display of the Lenovo TP Yoga 11E laptop allow the screen to flip 360 degrees, so you can select the mode that best matches your needs at the time.
- 11.6″ HD LED IPS touchscreen
- The battery has a 35 Whr power
- RAM has an 8GB memory
- Intel Celeron N2940 Processor
The RAM offers good storage capacity.
The Processor allows you to view the videos, browse the internet with good speed.
The scratch resistant glass is six times stronger than conventional glass that provides greater precision and faster response times.
4 Cell battery provides up to twelve hours of battery life.
Driver Configuration Support
Check if you have the compatible driver for your OS. If you do not have the driver, click on the Driver icon below to download the driver for your Lenovo TP Yoga 11E laptop. After the download process completes, the file will be saved in the Downloads folder on your laptop. Double-click on the file to run it and follow the guidelines that appear on the screen to complete the installation process. Agree to the terms and conditions.Driver
Lenovo TP Yoga 11E – 715E+11 Laptop Top issues
Touch pad not working
Every laptop generally has a built-in hotkey that allows you enable or disable the touchpad. Use the Fn + F6 key combination. To enable touchpad, select the Start menu and type Mouse. Locate the touchpad settings and make sure the Enable Touchpad option is checked. Reinstall the driver. To enable touchpad from BIOS configuration, press Del, F2 or F10 to enter the BIOS Setup. Click System Properties –> Keyboard/Mouse Features –> Device Options. Reboot your Lenovo laptop.
Lenovo laptops hit by gaping security vulnerability
Update the Lenovo System Update to the latest version. Enable Secure Boot on your Operating System. Usually, physical access is required to exploit a vulnerable device. IBVs are software development firms that specialize in developing the customized BIOS firmware. Disable the boot to UEFI shell and also disable boot from any source. Setting a BIOS setup password disables Secure Boot and the boot to the UEFI shell cannot be enabled again. Operate as an unprivileged user when using the Windows laptop.
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Lenovo laptop blues, memory issues
Perform BIOS reset to resolve the blues, memory issue and also scan the Hard Disk Drive for any bad sectors. Shut down the Lenovo TP Yoga 11E laptop, press the Novo button and select BIOS Setup. To reset the BIOS to its default setting, press the F9 Key and click the Yes option. Click on the F10 Key to save the changes, restart the laptop and check if the issue is fixed. Scan the Hard Disk Drive using HD Tune. Check if the issue resolves after performing the BIOS reset.
Battery Won’t Charge
Install the latest BIOS, reboot the computer and try again. If the issue persists, shut down the computer. With the battery plugged in, turn on the laptop by holding the power button for 30 seconds. Remove the battery and try to turn on the laptop. Replace the battery, plug in the AC adapter and turn on the Lenovo TP Yoga 11E laptop. Check if the battery is working and the laptop begins to charge.
Driver Upgrade issue
Restart your Lenovo laptop and to uninstall the driver, go to Device Manager, right-click on the wireless adapter and select the Uninstall option. Click OK option to confirm the uninstallation and if you view a box next to Delete the driver software for this device, check the box. Click the OK button and make sure you download the latest version of the driver compatible with the OS of your laptop.
Antivirus not updating issues
To rectify the antivirus update issues, there are few things you need to remember. Do not use Outlook or Outlook Express or open email attachments that you have not manually scanned with your virus scanner. Do not respond to spam messages including unsubscribed links. Do not poke unnecessary holes in the firewall by clicking Allow every time some program requests access to the Internet. Do not use pirated programs. Check if you have a firewall running.
Device Won’t Turn On
If the Lenovo TP Yoga 11E laptop does not turn on, unplug your charger cord. Remove the battery, press and hold the Power button for 30 seconds and plug in the power/charger cord. Replace the battery. If this does not resolve the issue, test the power cord to check it works properly. Plug in the cord to another device or try another devices cord on your laptop. Try charging when the laptop is off, rather than on. If it works, it denotes that the cord is probably the issue. If that is not the issue, check the battery to determine if it needs to be replaced.
Bluetooth Connectivity issues
Check if the Bluetooth hardware on your laptop is enabled. If the Bluetooth is not turned on it may not show up in the control panel or device manager. Press the F8 or Press Fn+F5 key to enable the wireless adapter. To check the Bluetooth drivers, click Start and search for the Device Manager option. Search for the list of Bluetooth devices on the Network Adapters category and the Bluetooth Radios category. Ensure that the driver has no Yellow exclamation mark or Down arrow sign. If the Bluetooth is enabled on the laptop but you cannot find or connect to other Bluetooth enabled devices, check if the Bluetooth device discovery is enabled on the laptop.
How to Identify and Repair Malware or Virus Infected Systems
- Keep your Microsoft Operating System up to date. This is to ensure that the latest security updates and patches from Windows Update keep your Lenovo TP Yoga 11E laptop secure. Use the Windows Update tool to automatically check for new updates.
- Prior to applying updates or service packs, ensure you have a backup of your important files and programs. This will prevent data loss in case the update fails to apply properly. After turning on Windows Firewall, proceed with the steps below.
- On the Control Panel, select the System and Security option and open Windows Firewall. Enable Windows Firewall. Check if both the private and public network firewalls are switched on. After selecting the Both option, click OK.
- Scan your Operating System at least once a week to check if there are any viruses. Set the security settings of the browser to high. Do not open any unsolicited e-mail attachments or e-mail. Delete them immediately if you notice any.
Randomly Shuts Down
One of the first reasons for the Lenovo TP Yoga 11E laptop to turn off randomly is an overheating issue. If the fans do not work properly, it can lead to this issue. Battery problem is another reason for the laptop to turn off. The issue may occur due to excessive charging. Check if the battery works properly and replace it if necessary. Install the antivirus software to prevent issues on the laptop. If there is an issue with the Operating System, install the current version of the driver.
Network adapters cannot be detected
Few devices might be hidden in Device Manager. To show the hidden devices, open Device Manager, click the View menu and select the Show hidden devices option. Click Action menu –> Scan for hardware changes. Make sure the problem is resolved. The network adapter might display as Unknown device. If you see an Unknown device, update the driver and check if the issue is resolved. If the issue persists, reset the BIOS to default.
Lenovo Access Connection is blocking you from connecting
Check if the Wi-Fi is turned on. Ensure that the flight mode is turned off and select the correct wireless name. Check the router and enter the password key. If you type the wrong password it will show connected but you will be unable to browse the internet. Connect to the Wi-Fi network with another device. If other devices can connect to and use the wireless network, it indicates that the issue is related to the device. Connect to a Wi-Fi network at another location. If you are able to connect, it shows that the issue is related to the network.