06-03-2011 01:51 PM
I don't have flashing pixels but the quality of the picture on my screen was terrible. Took me a long time to figure out that for some reason my display was on 16 bit color -.- and I kept changing it to 32 bit and it was much better but everytime I restarted my comp it would go back to 16. Never fixed it just a force of habit now. I also thought it was supposed to have 64 bit color but I don't see it anywhere, and can't access the integrated graphics like everyone else so....
06-03-2011 01:52 PM
06-04-2011 02:40 PM
Its relly a great PC, but it looks like there is no solution for this bekaus thwere was absolute no feedback from Lenovo.I can post somwere a Pikture where you can test it and see how bad and awful are relly this Pixel.
06-15-2011 12:02 AM
Its sad that there was no suport from lnovo for this problem. I sended today my Laptop back and will get a full refund. Its just not nice whenn u have to send a pc 4 times back to mantinence and at the end the main problem sitl there. its relly sad. I was relly happy whit this notbook. I relly recomend evry one not to buy this model (Lenovo Idealpad y560p) bekaus the problem whit the display has no solution and no one knows what to do. Sorry Lenovo afther waiting over a month for a nootbook that is broken i think no one is happy.
06-26-2011 06:07 PM
Its sad that Lenovo has no answer to this problem... have been reading the forums for some time but they don't even accept if there is no solution at all... I'm in Argentina, I hope I can use Lenovo Service here....
06-29-2011 07:49 AM - edited 07-14-2011 07:57 PM
Is this issue visible if you were to capture it using camera or a video cam?
For those who are having this issue, please update the drivers to the latest available on the support site and test. If problem persist, we would need a volunteer from the US to ship their laptop into the lab
08-13-2011 11:05 PM
I am getting the same sort of problems with the grey gradients that seemed to have been an issue in the y560. There is no updated bios, and I haven't been able to find any way to deal with the issue other than hiding it by adjusting the contrast (not the best for working with photos and things). Has anyone else stumbled along a way of fixing the issue?