09-22-2016 02:45 AM
I recently bought a Lenovo Y700-15ISK and as I downloaded the drivers, I stumbled upon the BIOS update. There are 2 bios updates one marked as CDCN35WW and another marked as CDCN52WW having the same release date. My laptop currently has a BIOS version of CDCN27WW, 12/11/2015.
So my question is which of these 2 BIOS updates do I download and apply? Do I first apply CDCN35WW and then CDCN52WW or do I apply only CDCN52WW (maybe it contains CDCN35WW)?
Also what steps do I need to follow to properly flash the BIOS with minimum risk? My current BIOS settings are UEFI with an SSD as the boot disk with all the other settings not touched.
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09-22-2016 04:59 AM
You will have to first update to 35 and then to 52. I dont like 52 because it has a new ugly logo.
I didnt do any special steps. I just downloaded the .exe and run it, then after a couple of restarts the bios is updated
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09-24-2016 03:40 PM
09-24-2016 06:41 PM - edited 09-24-2016 06:42 PM
hope next bios update they enable intel speed shift
which should boost performance of y700 15 17 inch models in all aspects and also would benefits touch screen users significantly improved responsiveness of touch but lenovo dont give a crap and no user to mod it.Somehow to raise awarnes to lenovo team
10-10-2016 03:16 AM
And to get full speed on the DMI.
And to have a fixed graphics card. Having it dynamic is really stupid as you will ALWAYS use the base graphics card for just everything. HP has switchable graphics in FIXED mode, you setup in the bios whether dynamic or fixed. In fixed it will 100% use whichever graphics card you choose.
This laptop really needs a decent bios update. In its current state its SO LAGGY because of the switching between cards its just useless....