08-31-2015 02:38 PM
Drivers that were available for about 2h was a drivers for y500, as a result of servers workload and technical problems were in the wrong place. There were missing drivers: Intel Chipset, Intel Management Engine Interface, Lenovo Energy Management. I tried them on W10, but there are still problems with the wifi.
Problems with Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 2230 are curiosical, appears as breaking the connection, restarting card, complete or partial(yellow triangle) lack of connection. Usually after logging happen aforementioned things, then the only solution is to restart and for some period of time the wifi working properly.
- Windows driver for Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 2230
- driver for Y510p Windows 8.1 x64
- driver from intel website
and this solutions:
But nothing has changed.
09-01-2015 08:45 AM
I'm interested in a solution to the wifi problem as well. I did the update but have since reverted back to 8.1. I also noticed that boot time took forever with 10 vs 8.1, wonder if the SSD Cache does not function properly in win10, though, eccmd.exe - info said it was...
09-13-2015 01:05 AM
so just to be clear, the y510p is not supported for upgrade right now but is it going to be supported in the near future or at all?
how can lenovo not support this computer and is there any way to get the official reason for why it is not supported. me presonally i feel like i got cheated by lenovo
09-13-2015 12:09 PM
09-13-2015 12:19 PM
Yes, i have tried both versions and have latest BIOS.
I currently have installed Win10 and Win8.1 and on 8.1 everything works well.
Weird, both Windows provided drivers and softwareless from Intel worked for me. Maybe it's something else that is disturbing the drivers. Solutions that I can think of now:
1. Try changing the settings so that it accepts both 20 and 40 mhz connections.
2. Do you have Intel's management software installed? Try uninstalling if you do and aren't using it, or upgrade to latest if you are using it. I think that software tries to interact with, among other things, the network drivers.
09-13-2015 05:45 PM
I would also like to express my disappointment with Lenovo--not just because the Y510P is incompatible with Windows 10 (and future OS upgrades???), but because they have not provided an explanation for the incompatibility. I also understand that there will be no attempt to create a fix for this problem.
I attempted an upgrade, which worked perfectly for about 24 hours and then I experienced the blue Stop Screen. I had to completely wipe my computer and spend the next week reloading software, files, etc. I suspect the culprit was an automatic update to the OS upon restarting my computer the following day.
Shame on Lenovo. I will not be purchasing another Lenovo in the future. That is my only recourse in fighting back.
Sorry that this post does not contain construction information. I just wanted my voice to be heard by the manufacturer.
09-14-2015 03:09 PM
I wonder what can we do to reach out to lenovo and demand an explanation. There is no way to send an email to an official lenovo customer service. There are no forums we can post in to raise a cry out for lenovo. I wonder how all the y510p users are okay with this situation