I downloaded the Energy Management from the below link: ¬† [URL] ¬† I'm using win 8.1 x64,¬†after successful installation, this app is running in background and i see that in the Task Manager but i can't see Energy Management User Interface to change battery mode and limit battery charging. ¬† [URL]
I recently bought an ideapad z510. You cannot separate the battery in this device, but i really like to keep my battery safe from some dangers like overcharging and discharging.
Now, my question is this: using conservation mode in energy management, which is the software that you can download it from lenovo, can keep my battery imaginary off of charging or not? because the battery charge remains at 60% when you plugged in, and doesn't this mode work when the computer is off , but it still plugged in?
I think I mistakenly applied a Windows 8 Energy Management update to Windows 7 64 on a N586 and now the volume and display screen bars do not show. ¬† I'm unable to reload the original drivers: error message "A later version of Energy Management is already installed on this machine. The setup cannot continue" ¬† Now can I resolve this and reinstall the original Energy Management driver?
How come my T440s doesn't have the Lenovo Energy Manager program? I remember my other Ideapads had it. ThinkPads don't come with that program preinstalled? I wanted to do a battery gauge reset/recalibration.
I recently purchased the Sony VAIO F Series Black w/ Core i7-720QM, 4GB, 500GB, Blu-ray Combo, 16.4in, GeForce 310M, Win 7 Home Premium 64-bit and I was wondering how I am able to make it go from 1.60 GHZ to the 2.80GHZ with the turbo boost.
I have Lenovo yoga 2 pro with a clean installed¬†Windows 8.1 Pro. My Lenovo Energy Management doesn't function properly.¬† ¬† When I open the Energy Manager and click the menu button (the one with 3 dots and 3 stripes) the energy manager freezes and I can't do anything with it. It doesn't let me click any buttons or even close it with the little x. I can only close it from the little task bar icon.¬† ¬† There is another weird thing, but I don't know wheter it's related: Every time I open the energy manager¬†I get a windows security message from Outlook¬†where I have to fill out my username and password. This only happens if outlook isn't running... This security message dissappears within a few seconds without doing anything, and then for a second another outlook¬†message is displayed that says something about accessing a server... I don't know wheter this is related to whether the energy manager doesn't work, but it seems kind of strange to me... ¬† I tried reinstalling the Energy Manager (v. 22.214.171.124) and tried installing a newer one (v. 126.96.36.199) found here: [URL] ... But I keep having¬†the same problem with the security message and the energy manager freezing.¬†
So I just got my replacement XPS M1640, and luckily enough, the WWAN card slot can be used also for my 1GB 1st gen Turbo Memory card from my M1530. However, upon installing the latest drivers from Intel's website, the Turbo Memory Console indicates that only ReadyDrive is enabled, and that ReadyBoost is disabled. Is there any way to fix this? I know that Turbo Memory is always finicky, as I've dealt with it on my m1530 (but both have been enabled), so when on the 1640 I click the check box to enable it, then restart, it is still disabled, even if I wait 10 minutes in the hopes that it enables after a few minutes of logging in... ?
My HP Envy 15-3040nr has an Intel i7-2670QM processor, which works with Turbo Boost just fine. My laptop goes to a maximum of 3.0 GHz when under full load (I render heavy gameplay videos), and underclocks just fine when in energy saver mode. ¬† However, I want to know if it is possible to LOCK the processor's clock rate at a consistently high rate, say, something like 2.9 (or an unrealistic 3.1 GHz, the rated turbo high) GHz, assuming that heat is not an issue (yes, it obviously will be an issue, but let's just say it isn't).
Intelģ Coreô i5-540M (2.53GHz, 4 Thread, turbo boost up to 3.06GHz, 3M cache) 15.6 " Full HD(1080p)WLED (1920 x 1080)Display with TrueLifeô 4GB (2GBx2) 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM 500GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive 512MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570 Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Combination Drive with dual layer write capabilities Integrated Stereo Sound with Subwoofer Dell 1520 Wireless-N Card 6-cell Lithium Ion Primary Battery Dell(TM) Backlit Keyboard with Touchpad (English)
Price :- 1241.88 $ or Rs.57000(INDIAN Currency)
Dear Friends can u give me your valuable suggestions , is this good system or worth for money? I'd like to do some gaming, definitely video editing/production and watch movies.
Also... typical office apps, and photo manipulation, program compilation, dot net program development . I like to keep my hardware for five years, buying the best available architecture, but not necessarily the top of the line in performance.
Model: Lenovo z50-75 AMD Vision A8-7100 Processor ,max 3,0 GHz, ¬†Quad-Core AMD Radeon R5 M230 Grafik, 2048 MB 8GB DDR3 Memory ¬† Took this from an Notebook review on Notebookcheck(dot)net: ¬† "It is comprised of the integrated Radeon R5 Kaveri¬†graphics core and the dedicated Radeon R5 M230¬†GPU. The GPUs operate in a so-called Crossfire array, i.e. both cores can perform the calculation of displayed images. This process is, for example, used in computer games. Only the integrated GPU is used for routine tasks and in battery mode" ¬† i've managed to finally install Windows on the Laptop. ¬† But unfortunately he's pretty slow, even with the 4GB added memory. ¬† When i bought it, it was said it had 4x 1,8Ghz CPU speed which could go on up to 3Ghz.
Also this dual Graphics solution is somewhy worse than the desktop Computers is, even though the Desktop computer has way worse components. It's said that the normal usage of the computer only requires the graphic processors of the GPU. however there is a graphic card with dedicated memory which should be activated whenever requirement on higher performance applications / games is needed.
I recently bought lenovo Z50-70 with i7, 8GB ram, Nvidia 840m without operation system. I installed windows 7 64bit and all drivers for W7 from lenovo website. But i cant find : Lenovo energy manager for W7 and Lenovo ATK hotkeys for W7. Hotkeys are important because i cant see how much i turning down or up music. What should i do?
I was trying to resolve an issue about my battery indicator and i tried getting an energy report and its giving one error... This is the message i am getting¬†: ¬† USB Suspend : USB Device not Entering Selective Suspend
I have an external display and I want to be able to shut down the laptop display when I'm using the external one. How do I do this? Is there a setting that can automaticly switch off laptop display when an external display is connected? ¬† Can I close down my laptop's display while I'm working with an external display, keyboard and mouse? ¬† On my Nvidia Control Panel I only have 3 options: Adjust image setings with preview, Manage 3D setings and Set PsysX Configuration. Shouldn't I have a lot more options given by the Nvidia driver?
Recently I have had problem doing external monitor calibration under Win 8.1 64-bit. ¬†It turned out that that monitor did not show up in the "Device" pull-down menu in the Color Management. ¬†So I update the Intel HD graphic 400 driver. ¬†It didn't work. ¬†Then I uninstall the video driver and re-install from the scratch. ¬†Now I have found even the built-in monitor did not show up at the Color Management. ¬†Only printers show up in the Device pull-down menu. ¬† I wonder if there other software or driver that I need to install? ¬†Or I have mseed up so One-touch Restore will be required?
Ideapad P 500 Touch - What driver do I use? I tried em8.08.0.2.4 driver. It will not work. It also has¬†caused an error using my function keys on my key board. ¬†Error message: ¬† "Compatibility issue between your power management system and Windows Your power management system isn't compatible with this version of Windows. The model name of your power management system is Lenovo ACPI-Compliant Virtual Power Controller."
I have since a few days my Power managment driver which doesn't recognize the battery any more.I have checked in the Windows Device Manager, which says: "Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration information (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged. (Code 19)".Can it be related to a very recent Windows update I have made? (I'm on Windows 8.1)
Z710 power management can't install, win7 64 because "Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver software" ¬† I pushed the "Install this driver software anyway" but the hardware still wasn't recognized after installation/reboot. ¬† So I installed instead of that the Lenovo Energy Management Software Ver 188.8.131.52 ...
This is working, but I dont know if it is a problem for my system becouse of incompatibility with the battery of Z710.
Any digitally signed driver for my Z710 or I can use the version 184.108.40.206 without problem?
I am currently using a G550 2958 Model Laptop, from the Lenvo 3000/Essentials Notebook Series. ¬†This laptop came with a feature called OneKey Recovery, which I have used to create recovery disks for my computer, using 2 DVDs. ¬†My problem is this: I wish to install a Linux operating system on my computer, but Lenovo filled the partition table. ¬†Here is a summary of the partition configuration: ¬†¬† First Partition, Unnamed, Primary, NTFS, 200-300 MB, boot flag, houses Master Boot Record ¬† Second Partition, "C", "C:", and/or "OS Drive" (running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1), Primary, NTFS, approximately 187 GB, contains Windows installation and personal files. ¬† Third Partition, Unnamed, Extended, NTFS, approx. 30 GB, is a container for: ¬† Logical Partition: "Lenovo", Logical, NTFS, approx. 30 GB, lba flag (which I take to mean it's bootable), contatins data and drivers necesarry for operating the OneKey Recovery System in respect to creating images and usage of the NOVO button. ¬† Fourth and final Partition, "LENOVO_PART", Primary, NTFS, 13-17 GB, hidden service partition used for OneKey Recovery. ¬† My question is this: I'm aware of the fact the OneKey Recovery will cease to function if I resize or delete any partitions in that I will not be able to create backup images or recovery disks, but since I have already done so and have no further need of OneKey, will booting the recovery disks automatically restore OneKey functionality after deletion or resizing of recovery partitions? ¬†In essence, will disabling the OneKey system through partition management permanently remove my ability to use recovery disks, or no?
I have my lenovo x230 laptop set to sleep when I close the lid. When I close the lid the "sleep" icon on the back of the screen lights up. But the batter will not last through the night on sleep mode. Within five hours or so, the battery is completely drained and I have to plug in and boot up the system. I've never seen such poor batter performance during sleep mode on any other laptop I've ever owned.¬† ¬† Another thread in this forum blames the USB port that allows you to charge mobile phones/etc. during low-power states and recommends disabling the "always power on" option fo this USB port in the Bios settings. At least my laptop still will not make it through the night in sleep mode.¬† ¬† At this point, it seems my ownly option is to use sleep mode only when the laptop is plugged in and hibernation mode when on batter power, which is disappointing. I've never had to worry about this in the past with other laptops.¬†Perhaps/probably related is the fact that the lenovo ThinkVantage Power Manager (v. 7.16) hangs at the splash screen when I try to open it, so I've been trying to manage the power through the windows control panel power settings.
I have Lenovo S10-3T convertible with touch screen. The touch screen worked perfectly with windows 8 pro but after upgrading to windows 8.1, the windows doesn't recognize my touch screen at all and I can't find (pen and touch) option in the control panel. Even in windows system information, I got (No pen or touch input is available for this display). What do I have to do to get my multi-touch screen working again on windows 8.1?
Recently I bought a Y500. After installing the Windows 7 X64 and start a conversation on Skype fot the first time webcam worked without problem. After two days I tried to make a video call but the camera does not start ... Circle rotates the camera LED lights up but the screen is black.
I tried the site. Testmycam.com has image but blurred. Reinstalling drivers, i installed an old version of Skype version 4.2 but problem not resolved...