Lenovo Yoga 11e Chromebook Jen do you realise that this a real “Techie” project? It is not straight foward. Like: Do you know what the exact model number is? Do you know how much RAM you have and how large your hard drive storage is? If you only have 2GB of RAM Windows will be very slow. At least 4GB is needed. The storage drive will need at least 32GB or there will not be enough room for Windows. You will also need to make a bootable USB stick with Windows 10 iso file and Rufus. So for an overview of the task take a look at some of the pages below. To open Lenovo Yoga 11e Chromebook : http://www.myfixguide.com/manual/lenovo-thinkpad-yoga-11e-disassembly/ Memory issues: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-11e-Windows-13-E-and/Thinkpad-Yoga-11e-20d9-Memory-Upgrade-Issues/m-p/3315312 To install Windows 10: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEAbpUpU... See how that goes and then what questions do you have. Many model variations.
Download and run “Display Driver Uninstaller “ from either: https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details... or https://www.wagnardsoft.com/ Important to read and follow instructions!!! This program removes all traces of previous drivers, which is where the minor glitches usually reside. It gives you a fresh start, like a fresh re-install of Windows, if you like. You will then boot-up and see MS’s generic graphics driver “Basic Display Adaptor” in Device manger. Install the latest driver for your graphics adapter.
Try shutting down Windows from the Start Menu. When shut down unplug the computer for about 5 minutes. Plug back in and turn on. Now try plugging in the USB device and see if it is recognised. Let me know if it works.
First thing make sure Windows 10 is upgraded to v1809. MS has improved Windows. I have rarely said this over the years! But seriously, I have seen a marked improvement, especially over the past year. Even machines 7 to 10 years respond in a much snappier way than with earlier versions of W10, and W7 and W8 as well. I never thought I would live long enough to say that with confidence! Blocking Windows telemetry also helps.
Have you: Done a full malware scan? Done a Windows Update to latest 1809? https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 Updated all drivers - IObit’s “Driver Booster 6” work well for me? Of course it can be a hardware fault, and never dismiss that possibility, but over the years (30+) I have found that drivers, especially video drivers, are the main culprit.
Hi Jimmy, HP 8100 service manuals. The second one has a good photo. Zoom in and read the labels. http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02... Page 7-8 and http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03... To get the above all I did was search “HP 8100 Elite manuals”