10-23-2017 08:02 PM
Motherboard was changed,new BIOS installed,one of RAM was changed by 8Gb.
I dont now which one-soldered or other. Now I have 12Gb.
14 days no freezings,before service the freeze happened every 2-3 days.
So interesting,drivers updates I receive again every day,same before service...
10-23-2017 10:38 PM
Hi all, I made these updates and for 12 days it was fine but today the freeze happened again ;-(
Intel Graphics Control Panel:
- turn off all power managemet options related to Intel Graphics Power Management
- turn off all video optimisations
Windows Power Management advanced options:
- disable HDD power management and auto power off
- set Intel Graphics power plan to balanced
- turn off PCI Express link power management
I have no one freeze from August with ~10 or more hours daily permanent notebook usage.
A month ago I had absolutely the same problems with ASUS laptop, and I solved them exactly the same and I have a month of work without freezes.
10-23-2017 10:58 PM
No,operating system they didnt touch,every thing the same.
The same Lenovo firmware updates automatically installed several times per day before service,
now not so often...
10-24-2017 12:33 PM
Thanks for the hints, changed now also the windows power management options but I don't know which settings I have to change in the Intel graphics control ;-) Could someone give me a more detailed description? thanks a lot
10-27-2017 03:09 AM - edited 10-27-2017 03:10 AM
Because it is hardware problem, I think that correct solution is:
1) Return laptop to the seller (refund) or 2) send laptop to Lenovo service channel (repair).
3) If 1) and 2) is impossible, then use the mdg333’s solution (Win 10)
10-27-2017 10:27 PM
we r a company and recently we bought about 80 LENOVO V510 and all they have the same problem of freeze .. with the new BIOS version or the OLD ONE ... so what to do ???
I am very surprised!
Lenovo knows about problem, but doesn't stop sale faulty laptops ...