05-04-2016 02:05 AM - last edited on 05-04-2016 02:39 AM by Bugbatter
Well. First line i want to say "Thanks" to Lenovo.
So. The Problem is now That Update Center (or what ever it is called) told me... Hey new Updates... and i was like "Yay maybe an Update for the 100 year old Drivers" and installed it. Installation was all fine bla blubb then i started to play a little bit and after a while it throw me to Desktop *10% Battery left* ... I was suprised because the power cable was in so i unpluged and pluged it back in, tried different sockets but noperino. So while i tried it it said 7% left... I tried my luck to make a System Recovery but noperino. No more Battery left, R.I.P. Laptop.
So Basicly i can throw this away now since i can't power it on anymore... And no, the loading cable is just fine, yesterday before this glorious update it worked fine aswell.
I dont expect any answers just like at my Question to Windows 10 ca. 1 Year ago.
So. Thanks for nothing, thanks for the wasted 266,58€ for ~1 Year functionable Laptop. Woohoo. Hope someone had fun with those 266,58€
Have a nice day!
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05-04-2016 02:52 AM - edited 05-04-2016 02:53 AM
I am sorry to learn of your problem. If you can post details of your hardware model, perhaps someone can offer some advice on the charging problem.
To address your Windows 10 comment, Windows 10 was not released to the public until July 2015, so any questions that you had a year ago could not have been answered with certainty by Lenovo or the volunteers here until after July. I'm sure if you were to post those Windows 10 questions now, they can be answered.
05-04-2016 03:29 AM
Yes. Its an older Model. Thanks my Questions already got answerd by myself cuz the Laptop just give out Bluescreens when you change ANYTHING... Driver are from 1990? Lets Update it... Nope, Bluescreen when power Cable off. Windows 10 Upgrade? Nope, also Bluescreen when power cable off.
With Updated Drivers and Power Cable on stuff runs viewable smoother but it takes any reason to have a laptop away when u just can run it with Power Cable on.
05-04-2016 03:43 AM - edited 05-04-2016 03:48 AM