No, that's normal. Lenovo has more complicated model numbers for ordering purposes. Go ahead and send the report.
Thanks for the reply. What report am I suppose to send and how do I do that? BTW, The Lenovo Companion app ran a scan and the result was all my drivers were up top date. Why would that be?
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Sorry, I meant re-run the IDSA.
The app from Lenovo will hopefully tell you if there is a newer driver posted on the Lenovo site.
The IDSA tool will tell you if there are newer drivers for the Intel hardware in your system and offer you a way to install it.
I always recommend that you stick with the drivers that are provided by your system/motherboard vendor (Lenovo in this case). These drivers will have been tested (by Lenovo) on your hardware and thus you know that they should work. The newer drivers on the Intel site have not been tested on your specific system/motherboard and thus compatibility issues could exist (especially for graphics and audio drivers, which are often customized by laptop vendors).
Thank you for the help. You saved me from potential problems!