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The ones on the Lenovo site are at least one release behind what Intel will provide you. Another fellow has a guide for the install: http://datainfer.wordpress.com/2013/11/21/install-ubuntu-on-ideapad-yoga-2-pro/ In my case I want dual boot but the Ubuntu installer didn't detect the Windows installation so I choose "Something else" in It was a bit time consuming. This dramatically improves idle power consumption. Check This Out

Having that extra "something" to grip is refreshing, and it also helps you quickly and instinctively orient the tablet correctly when you pick it up. So far I have been able to do this at will. PenguinScamper View Public Profile Find all posts by PenguinScamper #2 8th September 2014, 01:00 PM PenguinScamper Offline Registered User Join Date: Jan 2014 Location: Germany Posts: 12 Re: LOL, I think its an obvious question considering the many issues encountered by upgrading to win10 i hope Lenovo update and fixes this issues and just don't leave us on our

Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Screen Flickering

Thanks for that information! using Event log) or about the state of the device (using Device Manager or (my new toy) wmic. (Don't ask me for the appropriate queries. )) Good luck Robert Aldwinckle Kind of odd that an addon was the cause. configure larger font on tty console http://askubuntu.com/a/553721 9.

Hit the Windows button and from the Start Screen type "mouse." You want this one, not the "metro" or fullscreen mouse settings. The keyboard and mouse worked fine in Windows 7, and still work fine if I boot into Linux (Linux Mint and Fedora). As far as your USB 3.0 port there could be a power management issue going on and there's definitely an updated driver for that in the Y2P support page. Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Windows 10 If I put the computer into sleep mode, the problem will fix itself for a short time, then recur.

Look for the icon that looks like a stopwatch and open the application. Yoga 2 Pro Drivers The thing is, I don't have the YMC service (fresh Windows 10 install). I called Microsoft and they tried telling me in different ways on how this is not a windows8 problem and I should buy a new USB device and plug my keyboard I mostly notice this with my browsers, both Chrome and Firefox; with 20 to 30 seconds between screens.

Just like magic, it added the USB Root hub (xHCI) back without the exclamation mark, along with all of my USB mouses and Keyboards. Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Wifi Driver Sorry for the wall of text ;p EDIT: Not sure if anyone's gonna end up seeing this, but I ended up fixing the issue. until it happens over and over. If you've followed the instructions in this article then you've gone to the Intel site Here to update your graphics driver you can still use the Intel Driver Update Utility to

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They were set to manual load.The fix to his problem:Win+R- regedit- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SystemEventsBroker-StartChange from 3 to 2.The link to the forum is here:https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-Yoga-Series-No...Hope this helps and definite credit to Lenovo forum user Robert Aldwinckle --- Monday, July 22, 2013 8:17 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote I am having the similar issue. Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Screen Flickering The problem is on Windows 8's fast start-up. Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Bios Update The mouse is a generic USB style, with no trackball.

I've solved that by pressing the WINDOWS button on the keyboard and ScrLk. his comment is here So I removed the 2 drives windows 8 wasn't installed to (2 and 3), forgot to press any key when prompted, and got a 'Insert bootable media' message. Finally HP is saying that the issue is with WINDOWS 8. It also heats up a lot when I do something as simple as going on Facebook.Do you know about this problem and do you know if there is a good solution Lenovo Yoga 2 Wifi Issues

You can then continue to play with how to use the higher resolution if you want. I was able to log in using the virtual keyboard and a mouse. Battery life is 6+ hours. http://grdotnet.org/yoga-2/yoga-pro-2-issues-questions.html If I reboot, all is well for a few hours.

I booted a defender offline DVD, and everything worked fine. Lenovo Yoga 2 Slow Performance The problem here are how Windows now handles USB drivers or how the drivers are loaded in boot (as the Power being turned of right before the login screen !!! You will save the day and you can then use gedit and find out where you went wrong and fix your mistake.

Does this setting get transferred through the cloud?

With this, I could return the resolv.conf as a link and the wireless is working !!! Further, the communication is purely wireless, over Bluetooth; there's no other way for the two to communicate. Since then on occasions (not consistently or often), the mouse seems to stop functioning then comes back to life, but more annoying is the trouble with thehe keyboard/mousenow (intermittently), as I Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Wireless Card Not Detected Without any problem shows my WIFI and connects ! :) Select "Erase Disk and Install Ubuntu" ...

I said they *feel* smaller. Besides the "Clickpad Disable While Typing" above, all the other settings are controlled by the Xorg server. Already spent over 70hrs so far on trying to research this issue. http://grdotnet.org/yoga-2/yoga-2-13-20344-wifi-issues.html Lately, I found out, that not all keys are dead - like someone mentioned before - a couple of "special keys" like wireless ON/OFF, brightness +/- and volume +/- are functioning.

Many thanks, Z. I often do a split screen e.g. Sure there's still a zoom issue I have when scrolling on both Edge and Chrome but it's something you can live through. There's a video floating on youtube for self installation or you can take it to someone and they really shouldn't charge you a bunch for it.

Needless to say that I uninstalled the version I had and did a clean install of the new one. Plus if you run into issues you can always post them here or on my Windows 10 article page and I'll do my best to get you some answers! Next open up the Energy Manager provided by Lenovo and select "High Performance." You should notice the yellow getting a bit brighter. I tried using the disk with a console but all of the utilities were complaining that, in effect, they couldn't see my windows 8 install.

My middle button touchpad is being overwritten somewhere. Thanks again! Still, I found the mouse tracking to be sufficiently responsive. Password Forgot Password?

I already found some configuration hints but I am afraid that I may end up with not even the keyboard working if I change too much in my X11-setup and don't Screen Flickering - It's like we just can't get away with this issue, the above fix in this article is still relevant for a completely separate reason so do still follow Any suggestions? I pushed it up as high as it would go before it started missing my normal finger touches.

upgraded to 8.1, still the same. Check the device manager in the control panel and USB Root hub (xHCI) had an exclamation mark on it. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Now Ubuntu Studio starts properly with the first grub entry 4.