03-14-2016 06:03 PM
I purchased my Yoga towards the end of January 2016. I love it, but I have a heck of a time with my WiFi. I'm connected to my WiFi but I deal with a lot of lagging, disconnect and it's always running the thinking circle at the pointer tip. I also deal with issues when typing in a browser, or online chat. My keyboard doesn't respond always. Please Help!!!
Thank You In Advance
03-15-2016 08:45 AM
Hi Chad76 ,
Welcome to the Community Forums.
With the connectivity issue , I would suggest to turn off / uncheck power saving from the property box of the device network adapter as shown on this link.
Transmit power to highest if available , Roaming aggressiveness / tendency highest then restart .
Observe the changes on your connection.
Likewise to limit start up items that may be running from the background that may pick off some of the bandwidth, you may set the pc on clean boot as shown here.
Update us how it goes.
03-16-2016 08:40 AM
Thank You for your suggestions. I was able to turn off/uncheck power saving from the property box of the device network adapter, but I'm not able to find the roaming aggressiveness/tendency control. I also did the clean boot. Unfortunately I'm still dealing with my issue. I did a hardware scan and recieved the following message.
Local connection test= Warning
Result Code= WWF00F000-UL7XRJ
Not sure what this means, or if this is something you're familiar with. Once again, Thank You for your help.
03-16-2016 02:45 PM
Hi Chad76 ,
Would you still have a D:/Lenovo/drivers located on "This PC" ? This usually hold original drivers repository .
Initially try to forget the wifi connection .
If you dont have the original drivers for the wireless from d:// drive , just download and save it from the support site but do not install yet.
Uninstall the current wireless driver from device manager , placing a check mark on the box to completely remove it.
Right click and choose Update drivers > browse my computer > let me pick and choose offered native drive of Windows then restart .
Uncheck the box again under power management property and see if the native driver would work better .
Else reinstall downloaded driver from the support site and shut down the pc.
Turn off the router/modem and wait for 1-2 minutes before turning it back on .
Wait another 2 minutes before turning on the laptop.
Set up your connection back , and enter your wifi password just like an initial set up.
About the LSC Result Code= WWF00F000-UL7XRJ warning may be inconclusive about issue as 000 invalid to the test.
You may call in tech support also for verification.
Update us how that goes.