Keyboard in Lenovo® IdeaPad Y560
Learn about the common issues that can come in keyboard software in Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 and tips to resolve them
The Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 system contains many new advanced technologies such as RapidDrive and 3D display. This system comes with the Intel Core processor with a variety of speeds. The default operating system with this series is Windows 7. Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 is powered by Intel Core i3/i5/i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, combo drive and standard Wi-Fi b/g/n. It is also provided with an optional Bluetooth, 3G and WiMAX. The ports provided are three USB 2.0 ports, eSATA USB, Express card slot and HDMI with Ethernet and a memory card reader. It also offers multiple touch sensitive media and quick launch buttons below the screen. Corrupted keyboard drivers might result in incompatibility and the system cannot load the keyboard. Error in keyboard software might results in a non-responding keyboard or that types wrong characters. Sometimes OS might not recognize the driver software.
In order to fix the issues you need to follow these tips:
- Update your BIOS
- Install latest keyboard software
- Remove and reinstall drivers
Update your BIOS
Always verify that the latest BIOS for the system has been installed. In most of cases, updating the BIOS to the newer version can fix the problem of Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 keyboard that has no functioning on boot up and make it work normally.
Install latest keyboard software
To fix keyboard software issues you need to install latest keyboard software. The keyboard software functions with respect to the operating system used in the computer. You should use keyboard driver that is compatible with the operating system installed in your computer.
You need to remove and reinstall device drivers to fix the compatibility issues. You can do it by disconnecting the keyboard from the computer and open ‘Device Manager’ and uninstall the drivers and reinstall them.