09-12-2017 12:59 PM
I did the same thing and it didn't work. I had to roll back the driver for the Intel p530 graphics to 22.214.171.12450 and now it works fine.
09-12-2017 02:08 PM
Why doesn't it work for my P50? I have rolled back to the previous version of the NVidia driver, and I can roll back for no more. Is this issue coupled with other drivers?
Here are the drivers I have updated using Lenovo Companion last time:
Video Features (NVidia N16S/Quadro N16P)
Integrated Camera Driver v126.96.36.19901
Realtek MultiCard Driver V10.0.15063.21299
Intel Wireless LAN Driver V19.71.1
Pantone Color Calibrator V188.8.131.5242
09-12-2017 11:47 PM
I rolled back my Intel HD Graphics card, now its working. When Lenovo issues a fix, like a new driver that doesn't crash, I wanna be pinged.
09-13-2017 08:12 AM
Sorry for this trouble. We confirmed that the bug is in Intel video driver .4749 and newer. Driver .4727 and older is OK.
The problem I was able to reproduce: after resume from sleep, display stays black and PC not usable.
How to recover: press and hold power button until PC turns off. Then turn on PC again.
How to avoid the problem: In Device Manager, select Display adapters -> Intel HD Graphics -> Driver tab, then click "Roll Back Driver" button.
09-13-2017 10:12 AM
Ok, I can confirm that rolling back on the intel driver worked for me. Previously, I rolled back the dGPU driver which didn't resolve the problem.
@someotherguy, Please keep us posted here if newer drivers resolve this issue from the root! Thanks!
09-13-2017 12:38 PM
Thank you for the post. I was having the same problem and the driver rollback solution worked for me.
I noticed that while the built-in display malfunctioned on wake from sleep, the external display worked through HDMI connection. Also, the problem only occurred when system was configured to use hybrid graphics and did not occur when configured for discrete graphics.
09-15-2017 12:12 PM
I have the exact same problem as it is posted here. Just like the poster described it for his/her own problem, this started occuring after the Nvidia Quatro software update. The screen looks like this. Lenovo should mark this as bug introduced by the latest driver update, and fix it asap.
P.S: P50 laptop, Win10 OS.
09-16-2017 03:38 PM - edited 09-16-2017 04:00 PM
The only 100% working solution with the newest drivers for now:
Cortana Search Bar -> Power & Sleep Settings -> Sleep -> NEVER -> NEVER -> Wait for updated drivers
If you really need to fix it asap:
Cortana Search Bar -> Device Manager -> Display Adapters -> Intel HD Graphics -> Properties -> Driver -> Roll Back Driver -> Write "Intel's newer driver sucks" -> Wait a couple of minutes -> Reboot -> Start -> Power -> Sleep -> Check if it works properly
09-22-2017 06:21 AM
What is curious is that even though Lenovo staff have been able to reproduce the issue, the faulty driver is still available. Should have been taken down, shouldn't it?