Please give me a soluton. If still does not work, follow these steps: Can anyone suggest idea to improve the performance.. Tell us some more! As with most laptops, there are multiple drivers for the same category of device – Wireless LAN has 3 different drivers for XP alone. Since you just installed XP on you computer. Lenovo Y turns on but has black screen.
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Lenovo 3000 Y410 Wireless LAN Windows Drivers
Message 2 of Posted on Jan 02, Downloading all and trying each one is the only sure way wireleds getting the device to work. If still does not work, follow these steps: Can I convert an y50 70 touch to non touch?
And I can connect internet by using cable. Message 10 of Message 4 of Nov 18, Lenovo Y Notebook. Report Inappropriate Content tags: Are you an Intel Computer and Internet Expert? Wireless option is not working in Lenovo Y Thank you for the advice. Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions. Message 3 of Since you wirelless installed XP on you computer.
Do any body know the solution? Welcome to the forum. All of my friends can able to work using wireless connection network.
SOLVED: Wireless option is not working in Lenovo Y – Fixya
Please take note the model number of your laptop prior to download and intstallation. Hi there, Save hours of searching online or wasting money on unnecessary repairs by talking to a 6YA Expert who can help you resolve this issue over the phone in a minute or two.
There are no drivers needed for Y in XP. Posted on Jul 01, How can this be resolved. I was looking for the solution.
Oct 12, Lenovo Y Notebook. Here’s a link to this great service Good luck!
Lenovo Y Wireless LAN Windows Drivers | Laptop Software
Message 1 of I have MAC filtering set up in the router, and the router itself recognizes the Lenovo machine as a valid client via it’s MAC address and has imported the machines name into the client table, which is a default function that sort of let’s you know you’re good to go from a config perspective.
I also tried looking at the BIOS setup. Not finding what you are looking for?