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Diablo_ROY
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Registered: ‎09-22-2019
Location: AR
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Lenovo Yoga 910 don't initiate after hibernate (power botton light on)

My Lenovo Yoga 910 (OS Windows 10) don't start after being hibernating. I pressed the power button and, eventhough it turns on the white led, the system don't start (black screen and keyboard). So, I maintained it pressed for more than 30 seg until the power button's light flashed a couple of times and, its turned off. After that, if I press the power button, it turns on the led but the laptop doesnt start any more.

I'll really appreciate any work arround to solve it.

 

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Registered: ‎08-01-2018
Location: US
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Re: Lenovo Yoga 910 don't initiate after hibernate (power botton light on)

Hi Diablo_ROY!

 

Download the Zip installer file from Intel Website corresponding to your Graphics Driver. Once the download is complete, right click on it and choose to unzip it and create a folder from your desktop.

 

To check on what graphics driver installed on your computer. Open the Device Manager and click on display adapters. Check if your computer has Intel Graphics 520 or 620. 

 

Next step is open up device manager > click on display drivers > Double click on the Intel HD 520 or 620. On the new window click on the driver tab > click "Update Driver" and a new window should appear.

 

Click "Browse my computer for driver software". On the next page do not click browse instead at the bottom click "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer". On the next page click "Have Disk".

 

On the new window click "Browse" and navigate to the location of the driver folder that you extracted earlier in your desktop. In the driver folder double click on the graphics folder and inside select the file that should be similar to igdlh64.inf. Once selected click okay and click next to begin installing the driver.

 

The drivers will be manually updated on your computer. Then check again under Intel HD Graphics settings by right clicking on an empty space on your desktop to check if High Performance is set.

 

Regards,



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