On the off chance that you own a Lenovo PC, don’t download the most recent adaptation of Windows 10 until you’ve perused this article. Why? Since Lenovo posted a help page with a fairly considerable rundown of known issues that are as of now tormenting its PCs. Read TechGiggs for more tech-related news.
Lenovo tried every one of its PCs searching for issues with the most recent Windows 10 May 2020 update. Shockingly, the organization found a disturbing number of issues on a wide scope of tablets and workstations. The majority of these are minor issues that can be effectively fixed, so don’t freeze at this time.
We’ll turn out every one of the issues and give an answer on the off chance that one is accessible. You ought to likewise remember that there are a few extra bugs in the Windows 10 May 2020 update that Microsoft recognized after its official discharge.
Extending from Bluetooth availability issues to incongruence with old Nvidia illustrations cards, these bugs, on the off chance that they concern you, will keep your PC from consequently introducing the most recent variant of Windows. In case you’re in this gathering, we emphatically suggest you sit tight for a fix rather than physically introducing the May refresh.
Windows 10 May 2020 issues with Lenovo workstations
The following is a rundown of issues accumulated by Lenovo after the organization tried its huge armada of tablets and PCs with the Windows 10 May 2020 update. In the event that the answers for these issues don’t work, consider moving back to an increasingly steady form of Windows 10.
UltraNav driver issue for ThinkPads
Certain ThinkPad models are getting hit with a “Neglected to stack Apoint.DLL, the Alps Pointing gadget application has halted” mistake when introducing the May 2020 update. This has to do with the UltraNav driver, which empowers the Synaptics pointing gadget.
Lenovo gave a straightforward answer for the issue:
- Press the Window + X key to open Device Manager.
- Grow the bolt before Mice and other pointing gadgets and select Think UltraNav gadget.
- Right snap on it and select Update Driver. The UltraNav driver will be consequently refreshed to the most recent.
- Restart your PC.
Yellow admonition on the circle drive
Mainstream ThinkPad models, similar to the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 2, are demonstrating a yellow admonition on the plate drive. You should cripple BitLocker to determine this issue. These are the means Lenovo suggests you take:
- Right-click on the drive with the yellow notice mark.
- Turn on BitLocker then turn it off. On the off chance that you needn’t bother with BitLocker, go to Settings > Update and Security > Device encryption, and afterward, click Turn Off.
Motion pictures and TV application with green fringe
On the off chance that you see a green fringe around the Movies and TV application, at that point the AMD video driver in your PC is misbehaving. AMD will discharge a fix for this issue on June 15, 2020, so make certain to refresh the driver once it opens up.
F11 hotkey issues
This specific issue influences just the ThinkPad X1 Tablet (Gen 3). At the point when you introduce the May 2020 update, the F11 hotkey may quit working. Lenovo is planning to reveal a fix by June 29. Up to that point, go to Control Panel > System and Security > Lenovo > Keyboard Manager.
Blue Screen of Death mistake
We nearly got past this without referencing the feared Blue Screen of Death mistake. Sadly, the ThinkPad P70 succumbed to this most-dreaded issue in the wake of introducing the May 2020 update. Lenovo suspects the issue is BIOS related and an examination is as yet progressing.
Of the considerable number of issues, this is the most upsetting. The main surefire approach to ensure your P70 is by returning to a prior form of Windows 10 (on the off chance that it will let you).