08-25-2011 03:54 PM - edited 08-25-2011 03:59 PM
The SSD [RapidDrive] isn't really an issue, just want to know how it works with Windows so I can take advantage of hardware that I've paid for. With Linux, I can write /boot and / to the 32gig SSD [RapidDrive] then put my other parts on the HDD because they are accessed less, which makes sense.
The driver combines the two and removes the partition table from the SSD. If you boot to linux and write a partition table to the ssd using gparted, you can see and install Windows to only the SSD.
08-25-2011 03:57 PM - edited 08-28-2011 06:20 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
I too am having this problem with mostly light colors. I'd be willing to send my computer in for testing, if I could get a loaner and compensation for the inconvenience.
Example Colors: rgb(210,214,249) rgb(238,238,238) rgb(232,238,250)
I haven't tested cool vs hot, time since boot, or power plans. I will test and reply or edit. Thanks for your help Lenovo staff.
@edit: Video via HDMI and VGA is clean to a 120hz Sony LCD TV @1080P.
Edit2: On battery vs plugged in doesn't make a difference.
Edit3: I would also send it in if you'd exchange it for a similar spec'd y570. (I'm being serious too, not kidding... email me if we can talk mdneilson at gmail dot com)
08-26-2011 11:01 PM - edited 08-27-2011 11:10 PM
09-07-2011 12:56 PM
Bought my Y560p yesterday and it have the same problem with dancing pixels =(
I just hope that Lenovo will solve it someday by a new bios as they did for Y560....
If anyone will somehow find a solution to this then pleeeease let me know
09-12-2011 02:07 AM