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topslop1
Paper Tape
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Registered: ‎07-22-2010
Location: USDA
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Ideapad Y560 BSODs

I've updated and installed the new bios and I've also updated and installed new video card drivers and new chipset drivers off of the lenovo support. 

 

I've had the laptop for about 2 and a half months but unfortunately it got very little use and was never really pushed until now that it is my primary computer.  It blue screens and crashes after about 15-30 minutes of use that is semi intense... i.e. youtube or a videogame.  Sometimes after a fresh blue screen boot up it'll blue screen again about 5 minutes later.

 

Is there any way to fix this boy or should I start battling with Lenovo to try to get it returned?

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Re: Ideapad Y560 BSODs

re-install flash player or turn off hardware acceleration.


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pepemosca
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Re: Ideapad Y560 BSODs

Sorry to say this: but before returning it... I'd try to do a System Recovery.
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Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 - 06462BU - Black
topslop1
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Re: Ideapad Y560 BSODs

Hasn't BSOD'd all day.. just got the GIANT pointer though.  **bleep**..  Is there a fix for this too?

pepemosca
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Re: Ideapad Y560 BSODs

Try this:

http://forums.lenovo.com/t5/IdeaPad-Y-U-B-and-Z-series/Big-Mouse-Cursor-Bug/m-p/248858#M24481

It fix the "big mouse pointer"

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Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 - 06462BU - Black

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