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I'd suggest calling up the support line for repairs though. picolino, Jun 22, 2015 #6 Solja Notebook Enthusiast Reputations: 0 Messages: 23 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 5 Update: I couldn't find out what was causing the issue so I just I have it had it over a year and it has happened about 4 times now. How To Ask Questions The Smart Way | Help VampiresArch Linux | x86_64 | GPT | EFI boot | grub2 | systemd | LVM2 on LUKSLenovo x121e | Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2367M this contact form

I'm definitely NOT going to buy another Lenovo after this since this is a very serious issue with the product and should have been tested.1) Can you use the machine2) No?3) Installed the same SSD into that and it has not crashed at all. Tell them repair is good for farmers, good for consumers, and good for businesses. I was downloading Battle.net's desktop app, and steam when it shut off the first time. https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-P-Y-and-Z-series/Y50-Automatically-Turns-Off/td-p/1688119

Lenovo Y50 Sudden Shutdown

Which probably is good because it could have been a bad motherboard. Was this answer helpful? Also in the Event Log I have gotten 3 issues that did stand out. We have a chance to guarantee our right to repair electronic equipment—like smartphones, computers, and even farm equipment.

Turbo boost overclocks it to as high as 2.9GHz when stressed.100% = Turbo Boost on.99% = Turbo Boost off. Offline #3 2012-12-23 06:01:05 Xyne Moderator/TU Registered: 2008-08-03 Posts: 5,990 Website Re: [solved?] possible reasons for random shutdowns I agree that the "-- Reboot --" message seems to rule out hardware. m 0 l wesleygrinstead September 4, 2014 5:39:37 AM mrj00 said:wesleygrinstead said:*updated* I just had a crash playing RC3 and so I restarted unplugged and began to review the event log Lenovo Laptop Shutting Down For No Reason permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]kanei 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago*(2 children)I'm usually plugged in so it does happen at 100%.

I'm sure they fixed you up nice and proper with a replacement card just like that, amirite? Lenovo Y50 Wont Turn On Is the damn thing just antisocial?I am currently incredibly frustrated: I paid for an extended warranty but Lenovo won't look at it until I register the warranty in their system and m 0 l Can't find your answer ? http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2223626/lenovo-y50-touch-shuts-warning-game-detailed.html This issue is really getting annoying.

Tell them repair is good for farmers, good for consumers, and good for businesses. Lenovo Laptop Shut Off And Wont Turn Back On There is a NVIDIA Geforce GTX 860M dedicated 2GB graphics card. Probably best if you send it back for warranty coverage. 0x33B5E5, Aug 11, 2014 #3 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Loading... But manufacturers don’t like that idea.

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Also, it makes a poping sound sometimes when it shut downs. It is not overheating because I wasn't running any programs, it is not the battery because it's happened while plugged in, and it is not the ram because I ran Windows Lenovo Y50 Sudden Shutdown It's obvously not just because I'm on Linux because the originator of this post had it happen to him while playing Windows games. How To Update Bios Lenovo Y50 Generally, it just powers off instead. [Oh, and before anybody tries to blame systemd, the random shutdowns started before I switched to systemd.]I've checked the RAM.

Fan in power supply only stopped working. weblink It happens rather just on battery power on plugged in.I have seen in other tech communitieswhere other Y50 ownershave had this exact issue as well.It's just verytroublesome to have a brand Check out what issues were fixed and whats new here. Cancel 3 Answers Filter by: Most Helpful Newest Oldest Most Helpful Answer sumoboy66 Rep: 73 1 1 Posted: 06/13/2015 Options Permalink History The following solved it for me.... Lenovo Laptop Randomly Shuts Off

Sumoboy66Jun 13, 2015, 8:36 AM To do it via the Power Options, right click the battery icon (or electrical plug icon) in the lower left corner of the screen, then...1. He told me that it should not be the memory as many computers come with mismatched pairs of memory right from the factory. Lenovo How to reboot a Lenovo G555 laptop? navigate here Look for "Processor power management" and expand it 4.

permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]kanei 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago*(4 children)I have the same issue, and I think it happens regardless if I'm plugged in or not. Lenovo Y50 Bios tackyjan, Apr 1, 2017 at 10:28 PM, in forum: Yoga, IdeaPad & Essential Replies: 1 Views: 129 tackyjan Apr 1, 2017 at 11:41 PM T470s are now up on the U.S. This way if there is a short or bad connection in the wire/jack then the problem should happen *more* often - particularly if your jiggle the wire a bit.But again, this

This thing is new so I do not like the problems I am having, and if it weren't for the changes I made, I might have just returned the thing.

In the other case, I may also have had a USB key in but I'm not sure about this. HP? The Fair Repair Act is simple. Lenovo Support Not that I want to rule anything out and the issue is definitely weird enough for me to believe almost anything at this point.EDIT: I've also run memtest overnight - not

When your stuff breaks, they want to be the only people allowed to fix it. It might be a heating issue like @phoebebebe13 suggested. Ask ! his comment is here But manufacturers don't like that idea.

This symptom does not occur with this problem, and the laptop is not really that hot when it randomly shuts down.Thanks for the suggestion anyway. So if that fix might help you then i am happy to help, just do not do any automatic updates. Looks like an EVGA card. It might be a heating issue like @phoebebebe13 suggested.

Which probably is good because it could have been a bad motherboard. in the plug as well. http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/lenovo-y-series-laptops/y50-70-notebook-lenovo/downloads/ds100998 0 asouthernwriter General Posts: 947 Member August 2015 Okay I'll try that. If you think you have a right to repair your products, find out who represents you in the Massachusetts legislature.

Last edited by cfr (2012-12-25 02:18:03) How To Ask Questions The Smart Way | Help VampiresArch Linux | x86_64 | GPT | EFI boot | grub2 | systemd | LVM2 on I have been searching the internet for days for help, but most solutions always just go to overheating and checking for dust. *It is not overheating* and there is no dust Any help is appreciated. I've done cold boots before, though, after opening it up to look for issues following shutdowns.These issues appeared several months ago and I've reproduced the issue with the LTS kernel a

Automounting : not needed, i prefer pmountAur helpers : makepkg + my own local repo === rarely need them Offline #7 2012-12-23 14:38:22 Trilby Forum Moderator From: Massachusetts, USA Registered: 2011-11-29 What if you isolate those by unplugging them?