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Lenovo Yoga 2 11" Troubleshooting
The Lenovo Yoga 2 11" is a 2-in-1 tablet/laptop, released in U.S October 2013.
- Wi-Fi Problems
- Keyboard and Motherboard Connection
- Micro-HDMI Cable
- Speakers/Audio Jack
- Yellow/Blue Colored Screen
- Device Not Booting Up
- Slow Performance
The Wi-Fi connection randomly drops for no reason.
There may be a problem with your wireless router instead of the device itself.
Some Windows devices have a default setting that restricts wi-fi capabilities in order to save power. Turn this setting off.
Your current wireless driver might be out-of-date, and you might just need to download the latest one from (https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documen...| Lenovo's website).
There is a loose connection between the motherboard and keys.
Remove back cover (see replacement guides in how to accurately do this) in order to solve this problem. Soldering might need to be done.
You may be unable to connect your micro-HDMI cable to your device.
Your cable converters might have a hardware problem. You can fix this with a replacement converter.
Speakers won't play any sound.
The device might think something is plugged in due to a certain pop up that alerts it. Plug in and remove earbuds repeatedly, then leave unplugged.
Your device might crash and alert you with a yellow or blue screen.
You might have an outdated driver that is causing problems on your computer. Look for the most recent one on the (https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documen...| Lenovo website).
You might need to uninstall Windows 8 and reinstall a clean version.
Your device just won't boot up.
Double check that the power cord is plugged in all the way and all parts are connected.
If all connections are made, consider replacing the power adapter. Lenovo Power Adapter
The laptop might experience slow performance when switching in between modes, such as from laptop to tent to tablet.
This problem can be solved by going into the BIOS mode and turning off Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework (DPTF) feature. This might affect your battery life though.