03-14-2018 08:11 PM
03-17-2018 03:18 AM - edited 03-17-2018 03:21 AM
It started exactly the same way.
Are there any News about? It´s pretty annoying. After almost 15 Years of Mac usage, i thought about giving Windows and especially Thinkpads a new chance for Graphic Design Tasks ... maybe a big mistake.
03-17-2018 08:29 AM
No news, I haven't got any reply from Lenovo except auto reply that ticket has been created.
Backlight is not flickering at the moment, when it starts I disable it.
Also does anyone knows which drivers are used to activate all the function keys? Some of them work for me but others not.
I think I installed all drivers from the list but still F7 to F12 don't do anything when I press them.
03-17-2018 08:53 AM
I have the same issue. No funktion keys F7 - F12. I installed all the drivers from lenovo site, too.
No Flickering last two day´s, till tody, after wake up from sleep the backlight starts flickering.
03-17-2018 09:00 AM
Does anyone notice some kind of chirping noise coming from I believe SSD (when copying many small files)?
It is like some kind of electrical noise I would say.
It sounds like this - https://youtu.be/KS-BHI667po?t=30s
Is this normal?
03-17-2018 03:01 PM - edited 03-17-2018 03:03 PM
For the No funktion keys F7 - F12 Problem: You need to install the Hotkey Features Integration für Windows
03-18-2018 05:47 PM
On my X1YG3 (US model), no issues with keyboard (nor screen) backlight/flickering, so perhaps not a HW issue. After the latest Windows 10 + Lenovo BIOS pushed updates, I did have an issue with a repeating bios error beeping related to a keyboard running through a Lenovo TB3 Graphics Dock, corrected during my learned process of updating 2-in-1's + docks + peripherals. My experience suggests these are often driver/conflict related (occasionally, BIOS/IMEI) and get sussed out (hopefully) quickly in subsequent (silent) post-updates. Hopefully.
03-19-2018 05:18 PM
Coil whine. Present on my laptop as well. Not sure whether normal or not, there are definitely X1Y3s without coil whine present, but probably still affects a large percentage.