03-26-2017 01:11 AM
I installed win 7 pro, have download all drivers and utility.
Someone said about installing Power Management, but it isn't available for my system.
Guide book also not explaining anything for this problem for win 7, only win 10.
Anyone know how to make those 3 hotkeys buttons works?
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03-26-2017 02:05 AM
I installed win 7 pro, have download all drivers and utility. Someone said about installing Power Management, but it isn't available for my system. Anyone know how to make those 3 hotkeys buttons works?
I have installed Windows 7 Ultimate on my Ideapad 700-15ISK. After installing all of the Windows 7 drivers on the Lenovo web site, Windows "Device Manager" still showed one device that did not have drivers -- the "ACPI\VPC2004" device. Luckily, drivers for this device are included in various of the Lenovo "Energy Manager" applications. I have tried three different ones, but the most recent one (and the one most likely to work on your system) is this one:
On my 700-15ISK, it enables the screen brightness hotkeys, and the airplane mode hotkey pops up a small menu on which you can enable or disable wi-fi and bluetooth. Sorry, but I don't know whether this will work on your hardware.
-- from CyberSimian in the UK
03-26-2017 04:02 AM
Thanks for your reply and suggestion, really appreciate it.
Anyway, i search around lenovo site and found many Energy Management softwares.
Eventually i chose this one:
and it work out quite well with my system.
Wonder why there isn't any on my device page. Very weird by Lenovo.
06-12-2017 12:05 AM
Even I have this issue with my laptop .Also, another hotkey on F5 I don't understand what it means. I am using Windows 10 Home build 1703. All my drivers from Lenovo.