10-17-2018 05:07 AM
Please report the brightness and overheating to Microsoft using the Feedback Hub. The sooner they are aware the better. Once reported, other users with the same issue can upvote it.
10-20-2018 08:26 PM - edited 10-20-2018 08:27 PM
This seems to work fo rme. Need to make sure Windows Update does not try to reintall another driver. https://zitseng.com/archives/17388
11-06-2018 12:21 PM
I was having the issue as well but fixed it through Lenovo Vantage.
Open Lenovo Vantage from the Start Menu.
Go to System Update, Check for Drivers, and there should be 3 drivers from Intel.
Update, install, and reboot.
Hope it works for everyone.
11-23-2018 10:22 AM
The same goes for the Yoga 930, No available drivers through Lenovo Vantage. Luckily I can still return this unit through January if this sin't corrected.
01-13-2019 11:55 AM - edited 01-13-2019 11:57 AM
On the yoga 920, running Win10 1803, I tried today to update to 1809 with no luck :
-Upgraded graphic drivers to Intel 126.96.36.19971, from the .exe on the Intel site (not available on the Lenovo site)
-Clicked on Windows 10 check updates button.
-No 1809 available.
So the Microsoft 1809 re-release seems to be still blocked, at least , even after the second driver update of the Intel GFX drivers, which should solve the 2nd audio driver issue, as well as introducing the new Windows Modern driver mechanism.
Even though, latest informations from both Microsoft, Intel and Lenovo does not permit to know what kind of block is still applying.
So seems like today the 1809 is still a release limited to selected users.
02-10-2019 11:32 AM
after ensuring latest graphic, wifi drivers, I updated with the help of the Windows 10 install assistant, below.
one month with 1809 with no issues, !!
03-15-2019 10:36 AM
Issue is fixed with the official Lenovo Intel graphics drivers and the most recent Winows 10 release candidate of the April 2019 update.