04-06-2019 06:12 PM - edited 04-06-2019 06:13 PM
If you've been following the thread, we all are on the latest drivers, at least the latest that Lenovo Vantage and Windows Update will allow us to upgrade anyway. You need to manually go to Intel's website to download the latest driver, and make sure that neither Windows Update nor Lenovo Vantage tries to replace that. The blog post (https://zitseng.com/archives/17388) provides more details, and it seems to work for most people. I'm now using the new Windows DCH driver, and ugpraded through several versions too, without any problems.
04-06-2019 08:35 PM - edited 04-06-2019 08:36 PM
Thank you. I've seen this article and tried the drivers, but was getting an error when installing the drivers.
Then I tried something else. Rather than using .exe, I've downloaded .zip and updated the driver via Device Manager.
This time it works. Shame on Lenovo for keeping the driver so outdated and blocking Intel installer.
Hope this helps anyone running into the same issue as me.
05-21-2019 02:36 PM
Installing the Intel driver via device manager worked for me to fix this problem. It's ridiculous that Lenovo hasn't updated their version of this driver in Vantage since November 18. Hard to recommend their products if they stop supporting them with essential updates after such a short period of time (especially since they don't have to do anything other than flip the switch that says "yeah, this driver's fine for this system").
05-21-2019 02:51 PM
Totally agree. Came from a Surface Pro and will go back after my Yoga 920 falls apart. The lack of driver support is ridiculous. It's not only a stability but could be also a security issue.