12-07-2015 08:10 AM - edited 12-07-2015 08:10 AM
I just got the Y700 laptop last week. When I run the hardware scan with lenovo solution center. I got PCI/PCI-e Test invalid with Result Code: WMB008000-UK7XOJ
I couldn't find any similar result and solution for this problem. Does any one know what's the problem? Thank you so much.
12-10-2015 02:41 PM - edited 12-10-2015 02:41 PM
I have the same problem after getting it yesterday. Other than that it seems to work, so I don't even know what that means. PCI Express did pass the test.
12-12-2015 03:46 PM - edited 12-12-2015 07:13 PM
Hi swang and gmilosh ,
PCI/PCI-e Test invalid with Result Code: WMB008000-UK7XOJ ,
Checking on the source code using this link
W= Windows, MB=notherboard, test done =008 , result = 000 (No Faults found)
I wonder what version of Lenovo solutions center and OS you guys have at this moment ,
I believe that this is a false positive error on the application only. (currently being worked out with newer version )
You may uninstall the old version and get the newest release , and check on the drivers version date from this link if needed .
( Note: read each page during install that it might include additional app , for me I always click no )
If you have the time , check the guys in tech support. You may call them or have them call you on your preffered time to get the latest buzz on the new Lenovo Solutions Center for your system.
Well, enjoy the weekends and same goes with your laptop . Its a code000 so no worries.
Hope you find this reply helpful ,
12-14-2015 06:27 AM
Welcome to the Community Forums.
In this particular case that seems that the system would freeze randomly and may be recovered by cold booting the system.
Shutdown the laptop first (using the NOVO button left side , page 12 to turn on )
Choose BIOS (page 25) set up
Check on your BIOS version and date.
Check under System info if the harddrive is still being detected . (specialy if the event happened saying that there is no OS found )
You may download a newer version of Lenovo Solution Center and run further diagnostics.
For Windows 10 version click here.
You may again want to try other diagnostic tool as noted on the above post.
Better yet , have the guys in tech support , check your computer further.
You can reach them via phone or have them call you on your preferred time.
Lets us know how it goes.
12-14-2015 08:13 AM
Welcome to the Lenovo Community swang & gmilosh!
I believe Spidey101 is correct with the false positive. I had some time last evening to play around with the Lenovo Solution Center (LSC) and the Yoga 900. Although the complete LSC test passed there was an invalid error for the PCIe test. In viewing the test logs I noted that the PCIe device count was 0. That lead me to believe invalid error was due to the LSC program not detecting any PCIe devices to test.
12-20-2015 04:54 AM
Mirumir, if your overall Lenovo Solution Center testing has Passed then don't worry about the invalid PCI test.
12-21-2015 03:14 PM
I too have this issue with the FX-8800P/R9 M385X version PCIe test. Also, as well as the error, the PCIe speed was 8.0 GHz, and now just 2.5 GHz. since an update from Microsoft. What is your PCIe link speed? Should I open a repair ticket? Also, anyone else run SiSoft Sandra? It says my APU is an Engineering Sample and for me to return it to the manufacturer.
12-22-2015 10:09 AM
Well, I think I have the answer. After Windows updated it got rid of my anti-virus software - Ad-Aware - and that's when problems started with the PCIe test and the PCIe link speeds - down to 2.5 Gbps from 8.0 Gbps. Now, after stopping Windows Defender and reinstalling Ad-Aware my PCIe link speed is back to 8.0 Gbps and Is passed the LSC PCIe test with flying colors. There IS something wrong when the test fails, don't just ignore it - slow PCIe link speeds (PCIe 1.1 vs 3.0). Games run better as well. No more 100% CPU usage during GTA V either. Now it's only around 85% max and a very smooth, constant 30 fps. Microsoft does many things well, unfortunatrely, anti-virus is NOT one of them.