Notebook: IdeaPad 330s i7 4GB+16GB (81JN0006BR)


O notebook foi para a garantia e trocaram a placa mãe inteira. Isos já faz alguns meses…..tudo certo até aí (foi para a garantia, pois em um belo dia ele nã quis mais ligar, não dava sinal algum de vida).


Agora a pouco, o computador estava com 58% de bateria (coloquei no modo de conservação de bateria 60%). Como a energia aqui em casa caiu, fiquei mais 15 minutos com a máquina ligada (modo de conservação de energia) e posteriormente a desliguei (desconectei carregador da tomada). 

Ocorre que a energia foi reestabelecida em 20 minutos. Desta maneira, pluguei o carregador novamente na tomada e para minha surpresa a beteria estava apenas com 6% de carga! 


Infelizmente não tenho como confiar no IdeaPad 330S, pois não sei se ele irá ligar com o carregador fora da tomada!


Alguém está passando ou passou por isso? Alguém da Lenovo pode esclarecer o que está havendo?


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Notebook: IdeaPad 330s i7 4GB+16GB (81JN0006BR)


The notebook went to the warranty and replaced the entire motherboard. Isos already a few months ….. all right until then (it was for the guarantee, because one day he did not want to call, did not give any sign of life).


Now, the computer was at 58% battery life (I put it in 60% battery conservation mode). As the energy here at home fell, I stayed another 15 minutes with the machine on (energy conservation mode) and then turned it off (unplugged charger). 

The energy was reestablished in 20 minutes. In this way, I  plugged the charger back into the outlet and to my surprise the battery was only 6% charged! 


Unfortunately I can not trust the IdeaPad 330S because I do not know if it will connect with the charger out of the wall socket!


Is someone going through it? Can someone at Lenovo clarify what’s going on?


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From Device manager, everything seems ok and use Vantage to scan and they are all OK.


Lenovo recommend to take a reset (not done). Lenovo’s vantage say all the drivers are updated and Easy Driver still detect 29 more drivers to be updated (not done).


are there 2 control modulars, one for pen touch (OK), the other for hand touch (not OK)? is this issue is hardware issue or software issue? waiting for professional advice?


Thanks a lot


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