IDEAPAD U410 WIRELESS DRIVER
I hope someone can shine and offer some help. I just ordered a Yoga myself and then stumbled upon entire forum dedicated to the wifi issues it has. Bumping a thread pushes someone else’s subject down the pile who may also be seeking assistance and therefore unfair to them. Any suggestions for a suitable replacement? You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. I would recomend downloading the newest device driver, uninstalling the old one, restarting the machine at which point windows may automatically tll you it has detected new hardware and is looking for a driver and step you through the proces to get the correct one, or, after restert, install the new driver you downloaded at the start. Message 2 of
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Posted on 23 August by Chippy.
Lenovo IdeaPad U410 Touch WiFi Wireless Card WCBN608AH
Message 3 of One user in the now 37 page-long Lenovo support thread regarding the U and U WiFi issues shares the following: I purchased my U 2 weeks ago. Manufacture date is the same as yours, by the way. IshaanPuri Replied on December 1, At least the Thinkpads are significantly cheaper now. Especially further away from the router. Why are these products still being wieeless
Lenovo Acknowledges U/U WiFi Issues, Still Appears to be Selling Faulty Units
Here are the values: Again esepcially further away from the router. The range and speed were not up to par with other devices using the same access point. Although some would rather pay more for a better product. And I agree with the above comments.
In reply to chiefmonk’s post on December 1, Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. For about two weeks they refused to acknowledge that it was a hardware problem. Latest wkreless in our mobile pc database.
How satisfied are you with this reply? If you compare it to another brand new ultrabook with a better wireless adapter, the speed is worse.
Lenovo Acknowledges U310/U410 WiFi Issues, Still Appears to be Selling Faulty Units
I referred to some other threads, but I could not find what I was looking for. Every time, the installation gets completed, and yet nothing happens. If you did, I imagine that you had to install some type of driver, or software, to use the USB wireless dongle.
I did massive research woreless to find out other users had this problem, and some solutions were to uninstall and install the newest energy managment but it did not work.
Called Lenovo today, the rep was -not aware- of the issue. Customers with U and U models manufactured prior to July 23 who have experienced lower than expected wireless performance should contact Lenovo support to schedule service. She spent about 30 min remotely on my machine re-instaling driver, to no avail.