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Possible hard drive upgrade on Ideapad 120s with emmc?

Q: Possible hard drive upgrade on Ideapad 120s with emmc?

I have seen that on older models with emmc drive, there was an available m.2 slot on the motherboard where you could put in an m.2 drive. Can you do that in the ideapad 120s? I have the 11 inch model with emmc drive soldered to the motherboard. Thank you.

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Brand new Ideapad 120S purchased last Friday.Just got around to powering up. Went into Windows 10 to create a recovery drive and get the common non-descript error "A problem ocurred while creating the recover drive". First I used a 16GB PNY in the rightUSB port.Second I tried a 32GB SanDisk in the left USB port. What do I do now? The laptop appears to be working.    

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I am a new owner of a Ideapad 120S purchased yesterday on Black Friday.I have mostly owned Dell laptops previously. I am guessing that when I power the laptop the first thing I need to do is create a backup on a USB flash drive. Any gotchas I should know about?    

A:new owner of Ideapad 120S

Yep, backing up is a good practice.  
 
Other than that, you should be good to go.  Enjoy your new machine!

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Hello, Yesterday i bought Ideapad 120S-14IAP and i have a problem with FN key. It does not work at all.  I installed Windows 10 Pro x64 , after that,  i installed all drivers from lenovo website. Windows is up to date.I tried a usb stick with Ubuntu 16.04  and FN works perfectly.  Seems to be a driver problem.I thought it was a fail driver. I dont know. PS. In BIOS is enabled FN key.     

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Hi, i have a new lenovo ideapad 120s i just install win 10 pro but mai shortcuts key for volum, brightness, airplane mode, etc. is not working even when i press FN key +F1, F2,F3......etc. If some one knows to help me

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I would like to add more programs on this Laptop can I add using external portable HD? if so, How?

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my current ideapad 700 15ISK   C drive is 128 SSD. is it possible to upgrade to 512 SSD ? and what are the compitalble hard drives? 

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I brought my laptop less than 2 weeks ago and earlier today I couldn't use my keyboard I have no idea why as i haven't been into my settings. Are there anyway my keyboard would work again. Is it frozen please I would try  anything that could help thanks Best regards 

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So, I do not know much about laptops or PCs, but I just recently purchased a 2TB hard drive for my PS4 to upgrade the memory from the old one. So now, I just have an old 500GB 2.5" hard drive laying around, and I am wondering if I can put it in my laptop, rather than just collecting dust. Thanks in advance!

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i have a lenovo ideapad 100- 15IDB "80QQ", intel core i3 - 5020u 2.2ghz, 8gb of ram, intel hd5500 graphics, 500gb hard drive. every 80QQ i find has different specs vs mine, usually lesser. my mfg date is ""15/09/01" my real question is since i do a decent amount of low end gaming i'd like to upgrade to a SSD and i want to know what some decent but price friendly options are. all opinions are welcome, hopefully i'm posting this in the right place. thanks in advance.

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Nowhere in the documentation, web site is any info about what kind of controller and hence what size SD cards this model is supporting.Even Lenovo tech support doesn't know that info!I am really hesitant to buy a SDXC card of +32GB only to find out it supports on SDHC cards, thus limited to 32GB... thanks for any useful info, Ralf

A:What kind of SD card controller is in a Lenovo IdeaPad 120S-11AIP? SDHC or SDXC compatible?

Hi ITWorxLA,
 
Welcome to the Community Forums.
 
As per system overview :
IO port: Memory card slot (SD/SDHC/SDXC/MMC)
 
Platform specification:
One microSD Card slot, supports up to 2TB
 
Usually there would be stickers on the box or laptop to indicate the format it also supports.
You can try to find/borrow  a spare 32GB SDXC to test first before purchase.
 
Hope this helps answer your query.
 
Regards

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Hello, for the past weeks I've been trying to tackle the following issue.I have a Lenovo Ideapad notebook that came with a 32gb eMMC card for storage. I wanted to downgrade it to Windows 7 so I ended up cleaning the card/drive completely. Soon after I found that there were no drivers available for Windows 7. So I tried going back to Windows 10 with the disc. The problem is I get the following error when picking the drive during installation:"?We couldn?t create a new partition or locate an existing one. For more information, see the Setup log files.?I tried so many 'fixes' that I found during research but can't past this roadblock I've manually created the partition and even manually moved the installation files to the primary drive. Something tells me that it has to do with the eMMC. I can't even install a normal drive since there's no space for it.Please help guys!!
 
 
Mod's Comment: Please do not start multiple posts on same issue as this only splinters the discussion. Instead, keep your current discussion updated with any additional information. Your duplicate(s) have been merged or removed. Thanks !
Subject line was also updated with model number information.

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Hello I thought id try my luck on here. I was given an Lenovo Ideapad 110S with an EMMC drive with the partitions deleted. Ive been trying to install Windows 7 and or 10 with no luck. I'm constantly getting hit with a "windows cannot be installed on this disk" error when I delete or create a new partition. the "next" button is highlighted but whenever I try to click it I get hit with the following message:

"Windows cannot be installed to this disk. this computers hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure that the disks controller is enabled in the computers BIOS menu"

The BIOS that I have does not give me the option to change the disks controllers settings. the best I can do is change my UEFI/Legacy support settings and that doesnt seem to help with the situation. I tried looking for a recovery disk/files on the website but its still under maintainces and doesnt look like it'll be finished anytime soon since it was supposed to be live and ready from Noon today EST. Is there a fix for this? A way to updated my BIOS to get these features I need to change it? HELP> ME> PLZ>
 

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Hi, I wiped my 32GB EMMC on my Ideapad 100s and am trying to do a Windows 7 installation. The problem is, I get the attached errors when trying to select the drives to do the installation on.
 
Please help!!
 
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I decided to buy a 14" stream and the Curry's rep said that I could upgrade the 32gig to 64gig (as they didn't have the 64 gig for sale). However, I can't find any eMMC cards anywhere. Does anyone know how far the 14-z050sa can go up to in eMMC please, and where I can get replacements/upgrades from? I have read that the eMMC may not have much of a shelf life with repeated "swap file" operations, so I'm a little concerned about the whole issue and I might even go as far as to send the unit back to Currys without even being opened if I can't find an answer on this.











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A:Stream 14" emmc upgrade

msknight wrote:I decided to buy a 14" stream and the Curry's rep said that I could upgrade the 32gig to 64gig (as they didn't have the 64 gig for sale). However, I can't find any eMMC cards anywhere. Does anyone know how far the 14-z050sa can go up to in eMMC please, and where I can get replacements/upgrades from? I have read that the eMMC may not have much of a shelf life with repeated "swap file" operations, so I'm a little concerned about the whole issue and I might even go as far as to send the unit back to Currys without even being opened if I can't find an answer on this.Hi,I have checked the manual: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04400176.pdfand it looks like the eMMC module is soldered to the motherboard as it's not a spare part. Means you have to replace the whole motherboard to get more storage.

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Hello, Does anyone knows how i can do the upgrade to Windows 10 on my eligible ES1 111M with EMMC drive? Basilly is on Windows 8.1 with Bing 64b version. The problem is that the drive is 32 gb, wich 10gb are already used by the partition recovery disk and then Windows leaves only about 7gb from the C: hard drive free. I have tried to create a usb bootable install of windows 10 and succeded but then when i arrive to the partitions window im very concern about formating the c: drive wich is only 18gb in order to install windows 10 home 64b that anyway i think it requires 20gb of space... Does anyone has succed on installing it on one of this machines with such small hard drive? Many thanks Raul

A:Windows 10 upgrade on Aspire ES1 111M 32GB EMMC dr...

you can't format your drive before update or you will loose windows 10 activation.

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Hello, Does anyone knows how i can do the upgrade to Windows 10 on my eligible ES1 111M with EMMC drive? Basilly is on Windows 8.1 with Bing 64b version. The problem is that the drive is 32 gb, wich 10gb are already used by the partition recovery disk and then Windows leaves only about 7gb from the C: hard drive free. I have tried to create a usb bootable install of windows 10 and succeded but then when i arrive to the partitions window im very concern about formating the c: drive wich is only 18gb in order to install windows 10 home 64b that anyway i think it requires 20gb of space... Does anyone has succed on installing it on one of this machines with such small hard drive? Many thanks Raul

A:Windows 10 upgrade on Aspire ES1 111M 32GB EMMC dr...

you can't format your drive before update or you will loose windows 10 activation.

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I have a Dell 14-3452 given to me for my 10 year old grandson to use with Win10. It has the embedded eMMC installed with 32gb for C: drive. I was able to update Win10 to 1511. Not enough storage to upgrade to Win10 1607.
 
 I downloaded Win10 from Microsoft using the MCT to a USB stick with the intention of doing a clean install to the eMMC and then using a 64gb SD card for the Apps.
 
I screwed up and deleted the C: drive partitions, I should have extended them instead.  Win10 install said unable to install on drive.
 
Found a tip on Dell forum to use Shift +F10 at the WIN10 install screen to get to diskpart. Then, list disk>select disk 1>clean> create primary partition>active> format fs=fat32 quick>convert gpt
 
Since then Dell 41-3452 says no drive installed.  I’ve reloaded the default using F9 at the setup screen. I can’t remove this embedded C: drive to re-initialize. With the Win10 USB stick installed I select USB at F12 boot up, the PC goes straight to Dell ePSA pre boot assessment diagnostics.
 
I think I may have killed this PC.  Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

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I start the laptop and it says no bootable devices, and have tried multiple methods with no success, I notice that there's an open hdd slot in the laptop. If I add a new drive will it boot as normal? 

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I have an inspiron 14 3452 and when I boot, it says there are no bootable devices. I tried switching to legacy from the boot menu, I tried switching to default and even tried reorganizing the boot devices as shown in tutorials with no help. I have used the process of elimination to suspect that the chip has failed and was wondering, since the laptop has room for a HDD, if i were to buy a 250gb hdd would it boot? 

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ok i have a Seagate Barracuda 250GB HP Model VB0250EAVER (ST3250318AS) SATA Hard Drive and i need to the max of hard drive i can run or allow on my DEll Optiplex 740  small factor tower plus  also need help about if i can upgrade my  ADM Athlon Dual core Processor 4850e  and higher?

A:want to upgrade my hard drive Seagate Barracuda 250GB HP Model VB0250EAVER (ST3250318AS) SATA Hard Drive

Any 3.5" drive at 2T or under should work fine.  Upgrading the CPU would mean buying used - these CPUs went out of production not long after your system was current - and that was a decade ago.

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Hi, Searched far and wide for solution to this but no luck yet.
Helping a friend who has a program that only runs on windows 7 so i would like to do a dual boot.
He has a Asus e402s laptop (cough) with windows 10 installed.
It has a 32 GB Samsung BGND3R eMMC storage device.
I have created a partition for the installation
The issue is when installing windows 7 on that partition it says

Windows cannot be installed to this disk windows needs the driver for device [intel SD host controller]
I have tried numerous drivers with no luck.
Is this possible?
Cheers

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I'm considering the Ideapad 510 15" (Part Number 80SR0055CF).  i5-6200U, 4GB onboard RAM, 1TB 5400RPM hard drive. http://shop.lenovo.com/ca/en/laptops/ideapad/500-series/510-15-inch/ Can I upgrade the RAM myself? I see some 510 models have 4GB onboard + a 4GB DIMM so I'm assuming that if I get the 4GB onboard they'll be an empty DIMM slot I could add RAM to, is that the case?  If so, what's the max memory I could add? What about the hard drive, can it be upgraded/replaced?  At some point I would probably want to put in an SSD. If someone could link to the hardware maintenance manual that would be really useful, then I could check these things myself.  I can't find the manual for this particular laptop.  Thank you! Mod's Edit: System model added to the front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.I edited the mod's edit because they tagged it as "510-15ISK" which I'm pretty sure is a Yoga, I'm looking at the Ideapad not the Yoga. I added a link to the product page for further clarity. Lenovo's product naming is confusing so I'm not sure.

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The drive was wiped and I can't get any Windows installers to recognize the internal drive.  Have changed and tried with Legacy, secure boot, etc... diskpart doesn't see it either.  Loaded bios is f.04.  I tried booting off HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI and it states no storage device also. Any ideas?

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Hello guyz,
pliz help me with the steps involved in upgrading or replacing an MFM hard drive with IDE-class hard drive
 

A:STEPS TO UPGRADE/REPLACE an MFM hard drive with an IDE-class hard drive

Hi kfkaggwa, and welcome to TSG.

Any chance the motherboard has and IDE controller built in? If not, what kind of expansion card options does it have?
 

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So I was playing with my laptop when suddenly the game froze. I tried to Alt + Tab but then the whole desktop froze. I also noticed that my laptop was very warm. Without anything happening, I decided to manually shut it down with the power button.  But when I opened it, the screen was stuck at the Lenovo logo but the loading wasn't appearing. After that, a boot menu opened but it just kept saying "Media not found". I did some research and used BIOS and it showed that it couldn't detect my hard drive. I've done everything from restarting to system recovery but nothing worked. Given that my defender was updated and I have not downloaded any suspicious file yet, could this be a hardware problem?  Here are some photos showing my problem

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New Ideapad suddenly unable to find HD. Tries to boot to nin-existant network . Then goes to " checking media" and will do nothing more.Any ideas ?

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I want to replace the hard drive in my new ideapad 100 with a 250gb SSD but when i attempted to get it open i discovered that there is one screw with a tamper evident seal on it. I don't know what to do at this point i've never owned a computer that doesnt have openings on the bottom for replacing ram and hard drive. I would also like to replace the 4gb ram module it came with with an 8gb module. Does anyone know how i should go about this? It seems unfair that if i cant open my computer to replace this terrible preformance hard drive with a better one.

A:Replacing the hard drive in my ideapad 100

Ideapad 100 use onboard RAM. you cant replace it. only add one.

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Some beginner questions about 10. Did some reading on the forums, some important questions still left. (I thought I will just wait until Threshold 2 to come out to install it)

1. Comparing Home and Pro (and Education and Enterprise): all the ISOs are the same size. I see no benefit for the Pro for my personal use over the Home. (Enterprise or Education would be nice, but it's unavailable)

Will the Home take up less space on the drive and be more fast on a slower system than the Pro?

2. I'm planning to have Windows 10 on 2 machines: one older laptop and a new "Windows with Bing" one I will buy in the near future, presumably coming with 10 preinstalled on its 32 GB eMMC drive. if I understand, WIMboot is phased out by 10 (I will upgrade, I mean, will do a clean 10 install from my 7 system; I completely skipped 8).

The question (regarding installing on the old laptop first): what's the difference between a 10 Recovery Drive created from Control Panel and the clean ISO? First I have to install from the clean ISO obviously, then I can create a Recovery Drive from Control Panel, but later can I use the same Recovery Drive USB for clean installations as well?

3. Any information on available on how Windows 10 installations work on these 32 GB small drive machines? How do I recover, do a clean install, and how do they save space by default? I understand there is a commend with which you can compress a 10 install on a large drive, but I suppose the installs on these smal... Read more

A:4 beginner questions: Home-Pro, Recovery Drive, 32 GB eMMC, drivers

1. Home will take up less space than pro, not sure how much less space. It will not run faster or slower than pro. (In fact, running home might take up less resources than pro because of the extra services pro has to run - so home might gain a slight performance edge over pro).

2. If you want Windows 10 activated for free, make sure you do an upgrade first - or capture the genuineticket.xml file (procedure for that on this forum in tutorials). If you have the install media created (USB/DVD), I don't see any reason to make a recovery drive. As far as I know the recovery drive has no additional or less capabilities than the install media does. The only time I make an actual recovery drive is when I get a new computer and I use the manufacturer's software to retain all the drivers and crapware on a backup.

3. I just purchased a Nextbook Flexx 10 from WalMart. It came with Windows 8.1 Bing. Make sure you make an image of that before you mess around with upgrading because you can't download a Windows 8.1 Bing ISO anywhere that I have found. I just used Macrium Reflect free to make the image of the entire hard drive into one file. I suppose making a recovery drive before upgrading would work to.

When I upgraded the Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, I ended up with an additional 500mb recovery partition and the factory 5+ GB recovery partition was left intact. On 32GB eMMC machines Windows 10 will install in a compressed state by default, whether it is upgrade or clean insta... Read more

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Hi, I wanted to totally start over with my Ideapad. It has a Hitachi SATA of some type. Anyway, I want to load a different OS, but before I did I wanted to do a full zero insertion on the drive, from within windows. It caused windows to crash (why didn't I see that coming? ) I can boot to the USB but would like a recommendation on this: Want to first format the drive, then zero insert for full erase effect.  How is this done? Load some temp OS on the USB and then how to get to the hard drive and reformat it? Thanks.CF

A:How to reformat the hard drive on my Ideapad P500

Hi cottagefarmer , 
 
Welcome to the Community Forums. 
 
Take note that loading the harddrive with a different OS (windows) would require you to have another product key to activate. Clearing the harddrive and its partition would also remove the factory reset image that came with the machine. 
 
Best to plan out how you would proceed and what are the software you need including backup plan just in case.
 
Here are reference that you can review :
How do you format your hard drive without an operating system disc?
Use an Ubuntu Live CD to Securely Wipe Your PC?s Hard Drive 
Create recovery media Win7 / Win8
 
Hope this help answer your query. 
 
Regards
 

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Recently bought this laptop and compleletly happy with it.  I bought it with ~500gb of m2 ssd.  My intention is to add a 7200 rpm 1 tb 2.5 in hard drive into it.  My question is do i need any parts and if the laptop won't overheart as it usually comes with 5400 rpm harddrives. 

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Hey guys, my laptop has been making clicking noises and the speed has noticeably decreased; Do you think this hdd is compatible with the laptop?

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Have an 11S that I am upgrading the SSD from 125 to 5oo msata. Had 8.1 now installing 10. When setup asks where to install the OS it shows no drives. I may need to add a driver to the win 10 disk before I burn it. Have 2 chipset options at lenovo support. both are exe files. Where would I add them? OR If I put them on a USB drive can I add them that way using the tool to add drivers within the install? When I put them on a thumb drive, I can not access them from the list of options to load a driver.

A:ideapad yoga 11s does not see new hard drive when installing OS

Can you see the SSD in the BIOS?

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Hello to all,I would like to ask if it's possible to install a second hard drive to my Ideapad Z710, in the place of my DVD, using a socket and if it's possible, how it works. Thank you all in advance!

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I am getting notices thatthe 1tb hard drive is about to fail. What steps do i need to take, besides backing up files. Only program i really care about after personal files is Office.  I've upgraded it to Win 10.Do i just take out the old HD and put in a new?  is all the recovery info on the ssd?Thanks...

A:Ideapad y580 hard drive replacement

Hi vector74 , 
 
Welcome to the Community Forums.
 
Once you have the indication of a failing harddrive, ensure that you have backed up all files needed and that you have the product keys of your software as you would need to re activate it. Check if you can still create your recovery image .
Check your Mircosoft account for activated status and entitlement of the digital license for guarantee.
 
Factory image is on the original drive but since Windows 8 and Windows 10 image is easier to download with the needed drivers in the support site, then you don't need to worry since activation would be automatic as an OEM systemboard keeps it coded inside.
 
Hope this help answer your query.
Update us how it goes best for you.
 
Regards
 

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Hello how are you? I want to install windows 7 on a Dell laptop inspiron 14 series 3000, the error that I get to install add w7 is not detecting your hard disk, which is not easy but need the help of someone who may have installed w7 on a laptop with EMMC drive, Thanks for the help

A:install windows 7 dell inspiron with eMMC in 32gb drive on board

Did your laptop came with win 10? Do you also have a HDD aside the EMMC drive?
Some new laptops aren't able to have Win 7 installed.

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Hi All, My hard drive has been damaged and I'm planning to take this opportunity to upgrade to an SSD. Admittedly I am rather inexperienced in computer parts and there is little information online per SSD drive compatibility besides ads promoting the sale of certain upgrade kits. Can you recommend a model of SSD that is compatible with the Lenovo Ideapad S400? I'd like a 240gb SSD drive. I've been looking at the SanDisk 240GB 520mbs SATA III SSD. I've also heard that some notebooks might need sizing brackets for their drive replacements, will I require one for the S400? Thanks for your help.

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I have problem with my Ideapad U510. Taken to a shop. It could be a fan problem or could be a hard drive problem or both. My U510 has 24GB SSD + 1 TB HD (I think it is WD). The OS was Win8 which I upgraded to Win8.1 within days I received the laptop.Have 2 questions:Q1/  Can the hard drive swap out and replaced by a new drive? In other word, will the existence of the 24GB SSD posed a problem in this swapping?Q2/ The HD is 1TB. Googling the spec for U510, there is an old pdf from Lenovo saying this laptop support 500GB, 750GB to 1TB HD. If the original drive is the source of problem and I have to replace it, does anyone know whether I can replace the original 1TB drive with a 2TB drive?  Also, the original HD spins at 5400rpm, can U510 accepts HD with spinning speed of 7200rpm? Thanks in advance.Sorcerer 

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Ideapad Z560, Model 0914, Win7 home premium..  Hard drive started acting up until it got to a point it would not run.  Ran chkdsk and some other utilities, many bad sectors, could nto even access the recovery partition.  Cought a new drive, but I cannot find any restore media downloads or any alternatives from Lenovo other than the one click restore.  SOmeone please tell me I can download a bootable recovery media for cdrom, USB or DVD.  I may be able to if I can find the right "57" number, but I can't find that either.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Even tried downloading MS win7 media, but it was not allowed since the key if for and OA (OEM) install. thanks! -m

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purchased laptop within 4 months hard drive failed  , warranty replaced drive, october 2016 hardrive failed again,  warranty replaced hard drive, warranty expired jan 2017  now hard drive failed again may 2017. i paid 500 plus for this laptop my other laptops and tablets from lenovo have been awesome.  i am searching a solutuion and this is very frustrating spending 500 plus for a lemon laptop. error is boot device is missing blue screen and no solutions online help.

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I have the 10.6" little red 100s Ideapad with Win 10. It comes with a 32GB eMMC SSD and I thought that would be sufficient, as it is a 2nd system for me. I have a 'workhorse' Dell laptop that I use at work and home and I bought this to take to class and travelling, etc. I really thought I could get away with the smaller drive. I put a large micro SD card in and keept many of my files in the cloud, but I am still running out of space. I would like to replace the SSD with a larger one, like 120 GB, nothing too huge. Can it be removed from this system easily? What is the size of the drive, the specs, what can I buy to match it? or is it even possible?Thanks

A:100S-11IBY Laptop (ideapad) Hard Drive Replacement

Good day and welcome to the community.
 
Looking at the hardware manual: https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles_pub/ideapad_100s_11_iby_hmm_201509.pdf there is no place to install any kind of SSD. The 32GB of eMMC (embedded MultiMedia Card) storage is soldered to the system board. There appear to also be 64GB variants of the system board, so that's the maximum.
 
Hope this helps to clarify.
Regards.
 
 

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My pc is not showing my internal hdd. It only shows the ssd. I just recently did the creators update, could this be causing the problem.

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http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/components-upgrades/internal-data-storage/seagate...

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When the wd elements 1 TB external hard drive is connected to Lenovo IdeaPad 320 - 15IKB (Type 80xl,80ye), the light of the hard drive is continuously on but the device is not shown on my computer. the device is also not visible on computer management -> storage and also not show in device manager.And the moreover..the hard drive is visible at times and is working fine but suddenly stops detecting. for say, the device got detected and I start copying some file..in the middle of copying the drive automatically disconnects even though the light on the hard drive is still on.I tried uninstalling and reinstalling of universal serial bus drivers. but no solution.the hard drive is working on other laptops with both 2.0 and 3.0 ports. but it is not showing on Lenovo IdeaPad 320 model.please help.

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Okay, here's a weird one. And of the searching I've done, it seems others who've had this problem have had encryption, which I don't.

Problem: When I click on my H: drive or try to access it from the command line, it gives me an access denied error. However, all of the applications that I have installed on that drive run without issue. So, there is some access there. (See attached images. The first shows the hard drive state in diskmanager and in windows explorer. The second image shows the minecrafter launcher profile (that it is stored in H: and the application running, proving that there is some access.


System: Home built PC: (C:) 240GB SSD for OS, (E:) 1TB HDD for file storage and backup, (H:) 1TB HDD for large applications and video editing files. All drives are Simple, Basic, and none have encryption. All use the SATA connectors.

Process:
I had Windows 7 Home 64 bit with, among many other things, Comodo Internet Security, Virtualbox, ImageDisk.
During the upgrade process, I noticed that Windows 10, during the upgrade, ran the file system check and fix "problems" on the H: drive.
(Side note) Having forgotten to uninstall Comodo before the upgrade, I did not have network after the upgrade. The fix was non-trivial as I had to use a second computer to download the unofficial comodo uninstaller. Reboot. Uninstall the network devices. Reboot. And once Windows 10 was up and running, it reinstalled the network devices and the network was available.
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A:Hard drive inaccessible after upgrade - (apps stored on drive run)

In the second image, you can see that there is a doubled blue arrows on the Minecraft icon. I've read that this means that file or files are compressed. Would this have an effect on my H: drive issue?

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I have an HP p6604y desktop that is about 5 years old. I added an extra 1TB HD to it not longer after purchase. That drive died, and now the main (original) 1TB HD is acting up.  I'm trying to find out if I can replace the original 1TB drive with a new drive that is larger. I find nothing to indicate if this is possible. The system has the N-Alvorix-RS880-uATX (Alvorix) motherboard with the AMI bios listed as v6.02 dated 7/21/10. I do not recall ever updating the BIOS, and I cannot find that there is one posted on the HP site. Does anyone know if this system will support a drive larger than the original 1TB, and if so how large? Thanks in advance. Scott

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