We have a lot of expectations when using a Lenovo product. It must be frustrating if we find a serious problem that makes us unable to use our PC. Various kinds of problems can occur to our Lenovo PC including Lenovo driver power state failure. We can get panicked once the blue screen appears with a statement of driver power state failure. It does not mean that it is the end of the PC. We can try these steps to fix the problem.
Disconnect External Hardware
The very first solution to try is by removing the external hardware that is connected to your Lenovo PC. You need to know that although the main PC unit might work properly when the external hardware that is connected to the PC cannot work properly, it can be the cause of driver power state failure. Of course, it will not hurt to find out whether this is the main issue of the problem. You need to disconnect all of the peripherals from the speaker to the USB drive. The computer should be restarted next. If you find that the computer can run with no problem at all, it means that there might be a problem with the external hardware that affects the computer. It is recommended to reinstall the device one by one into the computer to identify the culprit.
Uninstall the Error Driver
If removing peripherals is not the solution for your Lenovo driver power state failure problem, you can try this next step. It might be necessary to uninstall the driver. The device status can be seen in the Windows Device Manager. If the device driver is corrupted or missing, the device will not work correctly. It can be seen from the yellow exclamation mark on the device icon. This kind of issue can be fixed by uninstalling the error driver.
To do this rescue, you need to boot your Lenovo PC into Safe Mode especially if your PC cannot boot in a normal way. You can open the Run box by pressing the logo key of Windows and R on the keyboard at the same time. You need to type devmgmt.msc and choose OK to continue the process. You have to find the device icon that appears with a yellow exclamation mark. If you can find any, you only need to uninstall the device. You can reboot your Lenovo PC to find out whether the problem of Lenovo driver power state failure is solved or not.