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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-07-03, 7:56 AM

Hello everyone. I am using a Lenovo laptop and a canon mg2922 printer. But when I trying to connect my laptop with the printer via WiFi then it's unable to connect. Can anyone know how to solve this?

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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-07-03, 8:00 AM

Hey everyone. I faced a problem with WiFi connectivity. I am using this model of Lenovo laptop and canon mg2922 printer. Can anyone help me out by giving the solution to this?

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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-07-03, 8:11 AM

Same here. After long time stable use, i had 3 freezes in 2 days last week. 

Assuming it was due to another problem but i am pretty sure there was no reason for the freezes. 

 

Since last week, its good.

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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-07-03, 8:18 AM

Has anybody checked the new BIOS version 0ZCN49WW from 25 Jun 2019 ?

 

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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-07-09, 9:06 AM

I've got V510-15IKB.

There are two BIOSes in Lenovo downloads listed for my serial number: 2WCN42WW (25 May 2019) and 0ZCN49WW (25 Jun 2019): https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/ru/ru/products/laptops-and-netbooks/lenovo-v-series-laptops/v510-15ikb/80wq/80wq006vrk/lr072xru/downloads?linkTrack=Caps%3ABody_SearchProduct&searchType=6&keyWordSearch=lr072xru

 

Attention: the README file for 0ZCN49WW  under the link above does not list  V510-15IKB among the supported models while the description under the list - does!!!

 

Since 0ZCN49WW doesn't seem to be sutable for my notebook (because my BIOS starts with 2W. I'm following the Lenovo's BIOS identification guide here), I've installed the first one - 2WCN42WW.

But today my notebook has frozen again.

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By the way: when I googled 0ZCN49WW directly (not by specific serial number), I found another Lenovo page with the same(???) BIOS BUT with different date (30 May 2019 instead of 25 Jun 2019)! Supported models are the same in the description and in the README file. Here it is: https://support.lenovo.com/fi/ru/downloads/ds112898 Control sums seem to be the same.

 

Also, in the direct search for 2WCN42WW the date is different, too (here it's 30 May 2019 instead of 25 May 2019): https://support.lenovo.com/fi/ru/downloads/ds118614

Am I doing anything wrong?

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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-07-12, 17:08 PM

So far the 28RS BIOS seems to be working with Linux. Another encouraging thing was it didn't overwrite GRUB like all the other BIOSes.

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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-08-09, 21:54 PM

Hi guys,

 

I have been using 28RS with Legacy first option in bios. After i flashed bios to 28RS it immediately solved the freezes (even i had Legacy first)

 

For like 2 months i had no freezes.

 

Now i have freezes multiple times a day like i used to have. Bios version is still 28RS.

 

Do you really think UEFI will solve it?

 

I doubt that because i used it without freezes on Legacy booth.

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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-08-10, 8:18 AM

Nearly 5 months without one single freezing, heavy everyday use of laptop. BIOS 2wcn28RS. I don't do any updates with Lenovo Vantage.

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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-09-04, 12:27 PM

Beware. Recent Windows updates will replace the 2WCN28RS BIOS, without warning or further explanation. Eventhough the Lenovo Vantage tool still shows that the 28RS Bios version is installed, this is not true. If you restart your computer to BIOS (UEFI) setting, you will see a "WW" Bios version installed. As a result, the screen freeze problem comes back.

Flash back the 2wcn28RS version, and it will solve the problem temporarily. Because after a restart, Windows will, again, flash a new version of BIOS, without asking for permission.

This is insane.

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Re: V510-15IKB Laptop Freeze

2019-09-20, 19:13 PM

So my Thinkpad E550 updated itself to windows 10 version 1903 and now it freezes and needs a hard reset several times a day. 56 pages on this thread. Can anyone save me a lot of work and summarise what the solution is, or what on earth can be done to make it less bad, if anything?

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