When a Lenovo laptop charger isn’t detected, the issue is usually caused by an outdated battery driver. Visit the Lenovo website and download the most recent battery driver for your laptop. Once downloaded, install and activate the newly updated driver.
If your Lenovo laptop camera is not turning on, be sure the camera is not obstructed by the lens cover, the camera has been enabled within any platform you are using, the camera has been enabled within the laptop itself, and check for any missing drivers for the camera after installing an update.
For a Lenovo laptop experiencing restart issues, an emergency reboot is typically the most effective solution. You can also complete a refresh of the device, run the power troubleshooter to diagnose any unknown issues, and flush static from the device’s system.
If your Lenovo laptop HDMI isn’t working, run the troubleshooter to find the problem. To do this, go to ‘Settings’ > ‘Update and Security’ > ‘Troubleshoot’ > ‘Hardware and Devices’ > ‘Find and fix other problems’ > ‘Run the troubleshooter’ and click ‘Yes’ if prompted to enter a password.
If your Lenovo laptop is frozen, complete a power drain, reset BIOS to default settings, secure any connectors that have been dislodged, perform a forced reboot, allow proper ventilation to the HDD, and uninstall any new updates if this issue occurs after they have been downloaded.
If your Lenovo laptop isn’t turning on, reset the device by pressing the emergency reset button located on the bottom, complete a hard reset, complete a power drain, check that the RAM sticks have not gone bad, that there are no errors within BIOS, and allow ample charging time.