Lenovo Yoga 710 11.6 Laptop Setup & Configuration

Lenovo Yoga 11.6

Lenovo yoga 11.6 Specs

Lenovo Yoga 710 11.6 is an outstanding 2-in-1 convertible laptop has portability and performance that acts as a tablet without losing the battery life or adding weight. This laptop displays a little tinted and a bit warm below it. The Lenovo Yoga 710 2-in-1 11.6 laptop comprises of terrific speed, reliable, light-weight, and endurance so that it creates a great option for consumers.

  • Decent multitasking with 4GB RAM
  • Intel core m3 Processor 900MHz 4MB
  • 40 Wh Lithium-Polymer battery, 4 cells
  • 11.6”inch crisp edgeless LED display

Features

Ram

RAM memory holds up to 4GB LPDDR3 1866 MHz (onboard) and maximum internal storage up to 256 GB SSD.

intel-processor

Intel Core m3 Processor 6th Generation at a speed of 900MHz 4MB a powerful efficient dual-core.

battery-icon

40 Wh, Lithium-Polymer, 3-cell battery with a strong battery life stands up to 8 hours on a single charge.

Display icon

11.6’ FHD (1920 x 1080) LED 10-point multitouch vibrant edgeless display with in-plane switching (IPS) technology.

Driver Configuration Support

Click the driver button given below to download the driver in your laptop. Or else, download it from our web page and save the file in your default location. Make sure that you have logged in as an administrator. Open the file that you have downloaded and double-click on the file name. Follow the instructions and click Next button. Tap Install button in the Ready to Install window. Extract the downloaded file in the desired folder, select Install now option, and click Finish.

Driver

Lenovo Yoga 11.6 Yoga Laptop Top issues

Mouse would freeze

An updated version of the driver solves this performance issue and make sure you upgrade it to the later version. Confirm whether the battery saving mode is disabled. Because it adjusts the CPU frequency for saving the power. Right-click on the Start button and open the Command Prompt (Admin). Now Enter or Copy/Paste the following: sfc /scannow and tap Enter. The System File Checker will then check the files in the system and tries to fix if it finds any corruption.

Mouse-Buttons-Would-Quit-Working

mouse buttons would quit working frequently

In the Start menu, click Control Panel and select Hardware and Sound. Under this section, select Mousepad and Touchpad tab. Click Additional mouse options and the mouse properties window will open. This displays your device name and click on it. Confirm whether the option is enabled near your device. Or else, click Enable Device. Close both the windows as well as the Control Panel window. Check whether the mouse pointer works well now, if not you have got the hardware problem.

Lenovo laptops hit by gaping security vulnerability

A newly released software disables the security or protection of critical firmware areas in Lenovo Yoga 710 11.6 laptops. This laptop might aim at escalation flaw in a Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) driver. This allows an attacker to disable the flash write protection and execute the rogue code in the System Management Mode (SMM). Thus Lenovo engages to identify the presence of the vulnerability in the BIOS and deliberately ships all the PCs with preinstalled spyware.

Lenovo laptop blues, memory issues

Lenovo Yoga 11.6 laptop displays a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) when it encounters a difficult process. Consider replacing the RAM or change the Motherboard. Re-install your operating system and scan the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) by performing BIOS reset. Perform the following steps if you don’t find a solution to the blue screen error by doing the above actions. In your laptop, run the program called Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool and type mdsched.exe to check your laptop for RAM problems. Shut down your laptop. Now click the Novo button to select the BIOS Setup. Press F9 key and click Yes button to rest the BIOS settings to default. Again press F10 key to save the changes that you made in BIOS Setup. Restart your laptop and confirm whether the issue is solved.

Battery-wont-charge-in-lenovo-laptop

Battery Won’t Charge

Check whether the battery is charging when the AC adapter is plugged into the laptop. Take the battery out from the laptop and remove the AC adapter. Press the power button and hold it for 3 to 4 seconds. Now insert the battery into the laptop and connect the AC adapter. If the laptop still refuses to charge the battery, possibly there will be a poor charging circuit on the motherboard and need to update the BIOS.

Driver Upgrade issue

Confirm that whether you are running the current version of the System update. Choose Help option in the upper right corner and click about button. Make sure that your laptop has access to the Internet. Press F1 key to access the BIOS setup window. Verify whether your system information regarding the model name and type is correct in the BIOS window. Now re-install the correct version of system updates.

 Graphics Not work after windows 10 Update

Try to update the Display drivers from our website and check whether the issue is solved. If not, uninstall the program and reinstall the updated version of the display driver. Press the Windows key and X key simultaneously and select Device Manager. Click to Expand the Display Adapter and select Graphic option. Right-click on it and select Update driver software. Restart your laptop and check for the issue. If it still persists, install by Compatibility mode under Properties menu.

Graphics not working after update

How To Fix Screen Flickering

Press the key combinations Ctrl+Shift+Esc keys to open the task manager. If not, right-click the Start button in the lower-left corner and click Task Manager option. The app causes the problem if Task Manager doesn’t flicker. When it flickers, the problem is caused by the display driver. The apps such as Norton AV, iCloud, and IDT Audio cause screen flickering. Update these apps and fix the problem. Start your laptop in safe mode to update the device driver. Uninstall the driver and restart your laptop. When it restarts, press the Windows+I keys on your keyboard or select Start button to open Settings. Open Update & Security and click Windows Update and then tap Check for Updates.

Bluetooth Connectivity issues

Check whether the Bluetooth device is switched on. Confirm whether hardware and software are working fine to enable the Bluetooth. Press F8 or Fn+F5 to enable the wireless adapter. Go to Start menu and click Device Manager. Check your device in the list under the Network Adapters section and in the Bluetooth Radios category. The yellow exclamation mark denotes the Bluetooth is not working. The Down Arrow denotes the Bluetooth is disabled. Right click on it to enable. If you still don’t find, enable the Discovery Mode. Update the Bluetooth driver by uninstalling the older version and reinstalling the newer version from the website. Finally, perform a system restore to solve the issue.

 How to Identify and Repair Malware or Virus Infected Systems

  1. Identify the malware on your laptop when your system becomes slow, unstable, and crashes. The browser displays pop-up advertisements and your browser’s homepage changes unexpectedly. Sometimes, you cannot start the program or the browser suddenly closes or stops responding.
  2. Make sure that the OS of your laptop is up to date. The latest version of the software or security updates keeps your system secure. Check your system manually for any updates and backup your personal files and programs to avoid loss of data if the update procedure fails.
  3. Go to the Control Panel and select System and Security. Under this category click Windows Firewall in the left panel to open it. Select Turn Windows Firewall on or off option. Make sure that both private and public network firewalls are turned on. Checkmark the two notify options and click OK.
  4. Scan your laptop for at least once in a week for viruses. We don’t endorse any third-party anti-virus software. Some of the popular anti-viruses such as McAfee Virus Scan, Norton Internet Security are available to scan the laptop for malware and to remove any virus it finds.

Wireless Connection Was Not Working

Check the wireless device whether it is switched on even when it is connected. Confirm that the wireless icon is present in the taskbar. If not, go the Network Settings page and turn on the Wi-Fi icon manually. If there is no Wi-Fi icon or greyed in the taskbar, there may be a fault in the internal wireless adapter. Try to restart your laptop and replace the wireless adapter.

Fix Network Problems In Windows7 And Windows8

Check whether the Wi-Fi button is turned on in your device. Ensure that the flight mode is disabled. Select the correct wireless device from the list using the password to connect it. Check the wireless router whether the light blinks constantly. If not, try to connect the Wi_fi network using another device. Or else, connect your laptop to another location and restart the router.

Fix-Network-Problems-In-Windows-7-And-Windows-8