Harrymc was wrong, THE CABLE IS COMPATIBLE WITH THE PORT. Here's what to do.
Go into your Services and make sure "Virtual Disk" is running.
Open up Diskpart and type "automount"
Then open up Disk Management, follow the prompt, then right click in the empty space for your new disk at the bottom of the window and select the ...
Recently I've noticed that every time I'm hibernating the laptop for a
longer time (no more than for the night), when it comes back up, it
starts at 0% charge and has trouble doing so (tries to shutdown
mid-wakening due to low charge). However, the battery is not "dead"
For any battery issue, try updating BIOS and the Power driver.
Then in this ...
D'oh it's because the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro I'm using has an AMD CPU and it doesn't support Thunderbolt. I can still use the dock to connect peripherals, but I doubt it's possible to get monitor working.
The cable is named
"SATA to USB-C Cable, Benfei USB-C (Thunderbolt 3) to SATA III".
On the other hand, the
IdeaPad Gaming 3 Product Specifications Reference
The USB-C is only USB 3.2 and not Thunderbolt capable.
This cable cannot therefore be used for your computer.
You need a SATA cable.
For Above issue You can use dual Boot Option . below are the process which help you to resolve the issue.
prerequisite: rufus (https://rufus.ie/en/) which is use for making bootable usb iso , Ubuntu ios (https://ubuntu.com/download)
Restart the computer and press F12
install side by side with window .
Either the battery very likely needs replacing; or, possibly the AC adapter is not charging well. Based on your post, it seems like battery.
Startup takes extra current (power) which likely explains why it is shutting down as it does.
Try resetting the battery.
Allow the battery to fully charge.
Unplug and let the batter fall to shut down in normal use (...
There's 2 sides to consider.
Neither of those companies produce their hardware. Production is OEM:d, in case of laptops its Quanta, Compal and a few others. They don't produce the parts either, OEM manufacturers get those from other OEM manufacturers. En masse production necessarily requires a great deal of standardization. So there's a good chance those ...
By going to the settings menu, finding the option "click lock", make sure that it is off. It is possible to lock mouse clicks by activating the click-lock switch and setting the delay to the maximum value.
Go to Driver manager
Right click on Mice and other pointing devices. Select Update driver.
Search automatically and Search on Windows Update
On Windows Update, select View additional updates.
One of the updates must be for your touchpad, find the one and install.
After installing update (which usually requires restart), you must see Synaptics touchpad on ...
I have had this problem with my Dell 7520 out of the box. Dell ended up replacing a bunch of parts with no success. Fans, cpu ect. The on/off/on pulsing of the fan was driving me crazy. I ended up finding the solution online. To fix this do the following. FYI, if you update the bios in the future you will need to do this again.
Open the Control Panel
What fixed it in my case:
In Device Manager, go to "System devices" and find "ACPI Fixed Feature Button"
Uninstall it. Say no to restarting.
Start a PowerShell as Administrator and run sfc /scannow
When done, restart the laptop
Issue was fixed for me at this point, the power button was reactive again.
Use some live linux starting from a USB stick such as Knoppix or the small Gparted.iso (~300 MB) to run smartmontools and post your error log here.
The syntax is like
smartctl -a /dev/sdX > mylog.txt
Replace the "X" by the drive letter in question. Copy the mylog.txt file to another USB stick. Post the log file here.
It might be necessary to ...
This fixed it for me on my Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga 3rd Gen with 500 nits Dolby display:
Click Start > Settings > System > Display
Uncheck "Change brightness automatically when lighting changes".
...This setting doesn't just automatically change what your current brightness is. It limits how bright your display actually is EVEN when you ...
To narrow things down, I started to install the HP Assistant software, as my plan was to install everything it suggested to download/update. First item from the (long...) list was a BIOS update (the current version was from November 2020 if I remember correctly).
After installing the update and rebooting the system, the behaviour described in my question was ...
Safe, most likely but probably not a good idea if you are running CPU intensive tasks that may cause it to run very hot. Cardboard is made of layers with air-gaps, so it is a good insulator which is the opposite you want for dissipating heat.
There are purposely built stands to lift a laptop up. Generally, those either have a gap and hold the laptop on two ...
Best way to download and install the below utility from Samsung.
I have downloaded it works perfectly for me.
I had a similar thing on my desktop PC and it was the monitor. I replaced it. All well.
Try an external monitor and see if the white spot remains. Most likely not.
Will it spread? We cannot say with any clarity.
Is it covered under warranty? Check your purchase date and receipt.
To repair: Replace the display. Take it to a local shop or send it back ...
The machine appears to be working so most of it is OK.
Update BIOS, Chipset, Video, Power Driver and all other drivers.
The restart the computer, clear all power management settings (back to default). Restart again, set up Power management and check.
I think Power Drivers and setup to be much more likely than a GPU failure because you plugged in the charger....
The specification for the
Intel Core i7-10610U
The specification for the
Intel Core i7-1065G7
You can see from the above that
the Intel Core i7-10610U is indeed limited to 4K,
while the Intel Core i7-1065G7 can do 5K.
The way to ensure that the CPU you buy can do encoding at 5K,
is to consult the specifications before buying.
The USB 2 specification allows 16 feet (5 meters)
You are at the outer limit, but it may be worth trying.
The other option is a USB wireless Print Server. Use that to connect the printer to your network.
USB Cable maximum length
The USB 2.0 specification limits the length of a cable between USB 2.0
devices (full-speed or hi-speed) to 5 meters (or about 16 ...
Re-applying the thermal paste on a new computer would likely void the
warranty, so is not recommended.
I would recommend instead returning the laptop, if you can still
be reimbursed. Otherwise, ask for repairs.
If your keyboard has Sound Off key, you may use it before shutdown,
and it may stay in effect after the boot.
If the above does not apply to your computer model, then there is
no software solution.
Note that silencing the beeper may also prevent notifications
if other errors arrive.
Definitely looks like the annoying Modern Standby feature that manufacturers are introducing to "improve" our PCs
Windows 10 Event Viewer shows logs about the system entering/exiting that mode in the "System" section. For example, EventID 507 is the one for exiting Modern Standby
One interesting test is to boot a Live Linux system (or ...
If it's a Lenovo laptop T15 pc make sure you have BIOS 1.34 or newer since the fix for "(Fix) Sync TX solution to fix BIOS does not issue ATA FreezeLock / BlockSID during resuming from Modern Standby" have been introduced. This should fix the problems for the slow PC 0.39Ghz problem.
The laptop is defective or infected.
For checking infection, run deep antivirus scans by several
well-known antivirus products.
If no virus is found, the laptop is defective.
As it's new, it's not your job to repair it.
My advice in this case is to return the laptop and ask to be
If refused, ask for a replacement.
If also refused, ask for repairs....
There are two paths to take. Given that you are scared, I suggest the first one since it is the easiest and most likely to help:
Take it to repair. Contact Dell to find an Authorized Repair Center near you or send it to them for service.
The other is debug this by asking a series of questions, trying different things until your problem is either fixed or ...
Go to the Lenovo support site for your model, find the Lenovo Software Update app.
Download it, run it and update all drivers. Be sure it picks up the Synaptics app for the Touch Pad.
Do this, restart and test.
If the touch pad continues to act strangely, return it to where you purchased it and have it repaired / replaced.