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Lenovo laptop problems and solutions

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Lenovo laptop problems and solutions

Lenovo is one of the reputed company and their Laptops are sold like hotcakes. But There also some common problems that are seen mostly in Lenovo laptops. The most common Lenovo Laptop problems is keyboard issue. Many faced this problem that the Lenovo laptop board is pushed inside whenever any key is pressed. The other Problem is the heating issue. Laptop gets heated very fast.

Whether your Lenovo Compaq laptop is running slow or not running at all, we can help. There is no reason to buy a new Lenovo laptop when you can fix or upgrade your current system at a fraction of the cost of purchasing new. The following are some of the Lenovo laptop repair services PC Repairs Northlakes provides to help you save money.

Missing keys? Water spill? Buttons keep popping off? It might be time to replace your keyboard. Laptop keyboard repair and replacement is an affordable way to increase the usability and life of your machine. Does your Lenovo Compaq laptop only run with the battery or does your DC Jack feel loose? DC Jacks on most laptops do not have enough reinforcement and will loosen under normal wear and tear. We repair DC Jacks to a higher standard than the original Lenovo Compaq manufacturers.

Does your touch-pad stop working? Does your mouse keep freezing or skipping? Is it hard to control the cursor? Repairs for any power problem as a result of liquid spill, power surge or lightning strike. Motherboards control the following hardware such as Audio, Video, Power, USB, Firewire, and Keyboard/Touch Lenovo ad. If you’re experiencing issues with any of your hardware have our technician’s diagnose the issue. Often this is cheaper than swapping out your motherboard. Does your Lenovo Compaq LCD screen flicker and show a faint image? The Inverter controls the power going to your backlights and may be causing this problem.

Does your Lenovo Compaq laptop over heat then shut down on its own? It may be time to have your cooling system checked out. This is an inexpensive repair that can save you from having to replace your Lenovo motherboard in the future. Cracked Screen? Images keep flickering? Does your Lenovo Compaq laptop boot up but after a while fades to black? No Problem! We can help! Whether your Lenovo Compaq LCD monitor is missing blocks or lines of information, has scratched surface, defective backlight or no display function at all, PC Repairs Northlakes can restore it to as-new performance.

Other than these problems other common laptop problems are also seen in Lenovo Laptops like Display issue, Motherboard and hard disk problem. But they can be resolved by a good Lenovo Service Center. There are many good service center who works well on Lenovo laptops so there is no reason to worry.

Damaged Power Adapter (Charger)

After plugging the AC adapter into the AC port a light at the bottom left corner of the laptop should display either a white light indicating laptop is fully charged, an orange light indicating its charging at the moment, or a flashing orange light indicating very low battery and it should be left unused so it can charge quicker. If none of these indications occurs it means your adapter is broken.

Faulty Battery

Check to see if battery is secured and locked in place. Plug in the AC Adapter (charger) then turn on the laptop. After the laptop turns on unplug the AC adapter. If laptop shuts off right away upon removing adapter it is indicative of a faulty battery and the battery may need to be replaced. Click here to see the replacement guide for the replacing the battery.

Hard Drive Error

Your computer enter an endless cycle of resetting without entering the usual home screen. If a blue screen with intricate error codes appears it may be necessary to replace the hard drive.

Replace Hard Drive

If the device is experiencing a loop which resets the device then automatically turning it back on there may be an issue with the hard drive. After a couple of loops a blue screen will appear displaying some error message. This is known as “Blue Screen of Death”. This blue screen is a sign that your hard drive could be corrupted and need to be replace. Click here for a guide on how to replace your hard drive.

Not Enough RAM

In some cases a blue error screen may be the result of faulty RAM storage. Overusing the device memory can lead to the crashing of certain programs, or even a complete system crash. A possible solution would be to check the amount of memory being used at the time and make sure that it is not exceeding the amount your RAM is able to handle.

Check Router Connection

Check your router box and see if the Wi-Fi display light is on, if not reset your router by either finding the reset button for your router and press it or unplug the main power cord of your router and re plugging it.

Check Wi-Fi Setting

On the home screen a Wi-Fi icon is on the bottom right corner. Click on the Wi-Fi icon and locate your unique Wi-Fi display name. Click on the Wi-Fi icon associated with the network connection and enter your Wi-Fi password. The Wi-Fi password may be located on Wi-Fi router.

Outdated Drivers

Make sure that your Wi-Fi is turned by placing the cursor on the Wi-Fi icon on laptop display screen. If Wi-Fi is already on and the computer cannot properly connect to Wi-Fi go to the Lenovo website and download the appropriate driver for the correct operating system.

No Display

Your device won’t load onto your desktop home screen.

Force Restart

Hold the power button for 10 second to make sure your system is completely shut down. Let the laptop sit for about 5-10 minutes before turning it back on. Sometimes this can solve the problem due to software issues causing the laptop to freeze up.

Damaged Screen

If screen is noticeably damaged or is unreadable to discoloration then the screen needs to be replaced. Click here for a guide to replace your damage/broken screen.

Failure to Read CD’s and DVD’s. Your Lenovo IdeaPad 110-15IBR will not read any CD’s or DVD’s.

Disk is Scratched

Before you proceed to replacing optical drive check to see If the disc you inserted is noticeably scratched consider replacing the disc as this could be the reason the disc will not play.

Broken/Defective Optical Drive

If your Lenovo IdeaPad 110-15IBR optical drive does not open or does not read CD’s or DVD’s, the optical drive may be broken and needs to be replaced.

Touch-pad could be disabled

To check the status of the touchpad press down on Fn + F6 and then check to see if the mouse responds. You can also check this by going through your settings menu.

Click Start > Settings > Devices, then click into your Touchpad settings.

Check to ensure that the touchpad toggle switch is on.

The Touchpad driver is outdated or corrupted

To check the status of the Touchpad driver follow these steps:

Click Start then type in ‘device manager’.

Once inside the manager navigate to Mice and other pointing devices.

For every driver listed in the drop down: double click to open, press update driver and follow the update wizard steps.

When you turn on the computer, nothing appears on the screen.

If the screen is blank, make sure that:

  • The AC power adapter is connected to the computer, and plugged into a working electrical outlet.
  • The computer power is on. (Press the Power button again for confirmation.)
  • If these items are properly set, and the screen remains blank, have the computer serviced.

When you turn on the computer, only a white cursor appears on a blank screen.

Restore backed-up files to your Windows environment or the entire contents of your hard disk to its original factory contents using the Lenovo OneKey Recovery System. If you still see only the cursor on the screen, have the computer serviced.

When you forget your password?

If you forget your user password, ask the system administrator to clear your user password.

If you forget your hard disk drive password, a Lenovo authorized servicer cannot reset your password or recover data from the hard disk. You must take your computer to a Lenovo authorized servicer or a marketing representative to have the hard disk drive replaced. Proof of purchase is required, and a fee will be charged for parts and service.

If you forget your administrator password, a Lenovo authorized servicer cannot reset your password. You must take your computer to a Lenovo authorized servicer or a marketing representative to have the system board replaced. Proof of purchase is required, and a fee will be charged for parts and service.

The computer does not return from sleep mode, and the computer does not work.

If your computer is in sleep mode, connect the AC power adapter to the computer, then press any key or the Power button.

If the system still does not return from sleep mode, stops responding, or cannot be turned off, reset the computer. Unsaved data may be lost. To reset the computer, press and hold the Power button for four seconds or more. If the computer is still not reset, remove the AC power adapter.

Your computer shuts down before the battery status indicator shows empty. Again, your computer operates after the battery status indicator shows empty. Also, the computer does not operate with a fully charged battery pack.

Discharge and recharge the battery pack. The surge protector in the battery pack might be active. Turn off the computer for one minute to reset the protector; then turn on the computer again.


  1. Qasim

    My lenovo t510 I
    Is on but no display
    Only beep sound
    Do u hav any solution

  2. Raelene

    Hello- i have a Lenovo yoga 2 and am having issues when I turn my computer on the screen is black and I can only see/move the cursor around. This has happened several times in the past year or 2. If I leave it for days/week and try again it comes on as usual. Any suggestions? Thank you

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