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Lenovo IdeaPad 700 15ISK - BSOD when installing NVIDIA drivers

Q: Lenovo IdeaPad 700 15ISK - BSOD when installing NVIDIA drivers

Hello, A few days ago, my Lenovo Ideapad 700-15ISK randomly begun BSODing every login, saying VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR. I suspected that it was because of a corrupted driver with my GPU (GTX 950M), and figured a reinstall would fix this issue. However, I tried reinstalling windows, deleting all partitions, updating my BIOS, and have used DDU in safe mode many times. I even tried reinstalling the Lenovo drivers for the BIOS, Chipset, and Intel VGA. However, I am still having this BSOD when I try to install the nvidia graphics drivers, and the installation approaches the end (It almost seems like the BSOD happens every time the GPU is activated). BlueScreenView is saying watchdog.sys and dxgkrnl.sys (DirectX Graphics Kernel) are the culprits. I am lost at what to do at this point, and I understand that this could be an issue of hardware with my GPU (but am really hoping it's not). However, I wanted to reach out here first to see if anyone could give me some guidance, or to see if anyone else is having this issue. Thanks!

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Preferred Solution: Lenovo IdeaPad 700 15ISK - BSOD when installing NVIDIA drivers

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

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I just got my Lenovo Ideapad 700-15isk on the mail today, bought it with freedos (I already have a retail w10 license I want to transfer to it). Last night I prepared my bootable w10 usb and tested it on my old laptop to verify it works. No problem. I can't get it to work on the Lenovo, no matter what Bios settings I choose. I don't really mind if it's UEFI or Legacy at this point, I'm reinstalling next week when I get my new ssd disk, I just want to be able to get windows in for now. My usb stick is formatted as fat32, with windows 10 64-bit, I got the ISO using the media creation tool from Microsoft, and put it into the usb with rufus. At first, I was getting a winload.efi error (with either uefi, legacy, legacy first, uefi first and all variations you can think of). I redid the usb, this time just mounting the ISO file and copying the files manually. Now I'm getting winload.exe file might be damaged or missing. The mystifying thing is that the installer boots just fine on my old asus laptop. It's been years since the last time I did this, so I'm probably missing something obvious. Can anybody guide me on how to get the windows install screen to come up on this machine? Thank you in advance. 

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Hi! Just try to find drivers for Lenovo ideapad 310-15ISK and Windows 8.1 64-bit, and... I can't.This is ridiculous, this is very popular system, so, where I can find it?Thank You very much! Wuj

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Good evening, It's more about notifying (and perhaps helping other people): using latest NVidia from Lenovo on an Ideapad Y700-15ISK (GeForce GTX 960M) gives poor performances with Windows 10 Creators Fall Update on old games such as Wolfenstein Enemy Territory or Sven-Co-Op; I had an older build before and it was running well.Updating to latest NVidia drivers through GeForce Experience, fixed.Had stable 125 FPS (with Lenovo drivers from October 2016), after Creators with Lenovo 25-40 FPS, and now again 125 FPS with latest non-Lenovo NVidia drivers.

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Hi I am planning to do a fresh install of windows 7 64bit on this laptop (currently running windows 10). I only have this laptop so I want to download the important drivers before reinstalling. I'm thinking the usb ports wont work til I install the usb drivers and neither will the ethernet / wireless. Is the best solution downloading the ethernet driver and burning it to a cd rom? Then once I have installed the ethernet driver and have internet access it should be easy to find the rest of the drivers I need. Will any of the USB's work without drivers?Are there any critical drivers that will need to be installed prior to the ethernet driver? Or can I simply download the rest once I get internet access

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Hi I am planning to do a fresh install of windows 7 64bit on this laptop (currently running windows 10). I only have this laptop so I want to download the important drivers before reinstalling. I'm thinking the usb ports wont work til I install the usb drivers and neither will the ethernet / wireless. Is the best solution downloading the ethernet driver and burning it to a cd rom? Then once I have installed the ethernet driver and have internet access it should be easy to find the rest of the drivers I need. Will any of the USB's work without drivers?Are there any critical drivers that will need to be installed prior to the ethernet driver? Or can I simply download the rest once I get internet access

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Hi all, I just got an Ideapad 700 15ISK (80RU) laptop with nVidia GeForce GTX950M and I can't get it to work.So far I tried:Windows 7 x64 SP1: fresh install, installed all drivers before graphics.installed lenovo provided Intel graphics driver - installs fine, works fineinstalled lenovo provided nVidia driver - installs fine, BSOD after restart (nvlddmkm.sys)removed nVidia driver in Safe Modeinstalled latest Intel driver - installs fine, works fineinstalled latest nVidia driver - installs fine, BSOD after restart (nvlddmkm.sys)Windows 10 x64: fresh install, installed all drivers before graphicsinstalled lenovo provided Intel graphics driver - installs fine, works fineinstalled lenovo provided nVidia driver - installs stops, watchdog BSODused restore to get rid of driverinstalled latest nVidia driver - installs stops, watchdog BSODuse restore to get rid of driverupdate Windows, which installed some Intel and nVidia drivers - system starts but screen freezes the moment I'm trying to use something that I suppose needs graphics (e.g. Edge, Store), and I can only hard resetin nVidia Control Panel tried selecting Auto, nVidia only, Intel only - none of them worksthe system is only stable if I force integrated graphics in BIOSalso read about this supposed Optimus technology - there no mention aboout it in the BIOS, I can only select UMA only (integrated) or Discrete (auto)As a last resort I'll try to install some Linux as well, but I don't have much hope.Any suggestion is appri... Read more

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Hi ,         We purchased 3 lenovo ideapad 110-15ISK Laptops (ideapad). in that i installed windows 7 professional os. i am trying to incre,decrease screen brightness(fn+f11,fn+f12). but brightness control buttons not working. how to control brighness part.Now brightness is very high. Because of this brightness i am getting eye pain. So Please provide me solution for brightness control. my mail id : [email protected]  Thanks.  

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Hi all, I have just received an Ideapad 310-15ISK with Nvidia 920MX graphics card.The operational system is Windows 7 Enterprise.  I have installed the latest Nvidia driver: "376.33-notebook-win8-win7-64bit-international-whql".The problem is if I want to run an application that uses this video card (and not the default Intel), I receive a blue screen with graphics card problem and the machine freezes.  Is it a hardware issue and should I send it back?? Thanks! 

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Hi all, I have just received an Ideapad 310-15ISK with Nvidia 920M graphics card.The operational system is Windows 7 Enterprise.  I have installed the latest Nvidia driver: "376.33-notebook-win8-win7-64bit-international-whql".The problem is if I want to run an application that uses this video card (and not the default Intel), I receive a blue screen with graphics card problem and the machine freezes.  Is it a hardware issue and should I send it back?? Thanks! 

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So I have been to 2 other forums and have gotten zero answers. Here is my BSOD zip file:

KIKI-DESKTOP-Sat_07_25_2015_223605_05.zip

I recently had a BSOD while attempting to open NVIDIA nTune, which was probably just a bad idea anyway, but I'm pretty sure it's related.

To sum up the main issue, whenever I install a NVIDIA driver for my new build, the driver installer asked me to restart, but when I do, it crashes my system completely and I get a BSOD right after the windows logo/loading symbol appears and disappears. The error reads "DRIVER_OVERRAN_STACK_BUFFER". 90% of the time Windows will attempt to boot twice and perform an automatic repair in which it disables all the NVIDIA drivers.
I have attempted to install only the graphics driver (none of the unnecessary 3d or physX stuff) but I have made no progress.
I've also been trying to install the basic nvidia driver via windows update (an update from February) but windows update just keeps failing to do, well, anything.

I appreciate any help. I've been looking for answers for three days now, this is a new build I made just for gaming and I can't even play any games on it...

Specs:

Gigabyte GTX960 WF OC
Intel 4690k
ASUS Z97-E
Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB (2x8GB)
Rosewill Photon-550

A:BSOD After Installing NVIDIA Drivers

What have the other forums told you?

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hi.i was using my computer with battery conservation on a few days ago but next day i used the pc i couldn't use it. i losed that option and i really need it because i need to use my computer all day does anyone know what can i do?i already tried to reinstall the drivers and lenovo vantage too and nothing


























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I've been getting increasingly frequent BSOD while my computer is running.  Particularly, when performing anything that requires intensive use of the graphics card (such as streaming video or playing a game). My computer is a Lenovo T61, 2500Mhz Intel
Core 2 Duo, nVidia Quadro NVS 140M with 512 mb Dedicated.  At first I thought it may have to do with upgrading the driver to the latest nvidia released version, but then I decided to downgrade back to the version last released by Lenovo.  Still getting
the BSODs.  I've also ran memory check and passed.  Anything else I can check?

Below is a copy of the crash dump that I usually get.
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A:BSOD Lenovo T61 XP SP3 related to nvidia drivers

Jsfh
As JMH3143 suggests 4 of 6 of the original and these two all point to your video driver.  The two newest aren't driver verified but the evidence is accumulating that it is the video driver.
There newer drivers available that you should update to.

The Nv4_disp.dll file is used by Nvidia graphics card drivers. It is used to increase the performance of Nvidia components
Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.3.9600.16384 AMD64
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Loading Dump File [C:\Users\Ken\Desktop\Mini010614-02.dmp]
Mini Kernel Dump File: Only registers and stack trace are available
************* Symbol Path validation summary **************
Response Time (ms) Location
Deferred SRV*H:\symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols
Symbol search path is: SRV*H:\symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols
Executable search path is:
Windows XP Kernel Version 2600 (Service Pack 3) MP (2 procs) Free x86 compatible
Product: WinNt, suite: TerminalServer SingleUserTS
Built by: 2600.xpsp_sp3_qfe.130704-0421
Machine Name:
Kernel base = 0x804d7000 PsLoadedModuleList = 0x8055d720
Debug session time: Mon Jan 6 22:36:49.656 2014 (UTC - 5:00)
System Uptime: 0 days 0:34:00.390
Loading Kernel Symbols

BugCheck 1000008E, {e0000001, b4248925, a16ae850, 0}

*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for nv4_disp.dll
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loa... Read more

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SystemModel: 80NV
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M - 4Gb - NVIDIA driver version: 376.09
Integrated Graphics Card: Intel HD Graphics 530 - Intel driver version - 20.19.15.4474
16 Gb - RAM
Microsoft Windows 10 Home - 64Bit - Anniversary Update - 1607
BIOS-version: CDCN26WW, 2015-10-12I can't use any other graphics card than Intel's Integrated Graphics. It started after Anniversary Update of Windows 10. I have all the latest NVIDIA-drivers and NVIDIA GeForce Experience installed. GeForce GTX 960M is detected by installation tools and such but I can't use the card in applications or as the default graphics card. I've tried to find info on this & there seems to be some similar problems but haven't found a solution.Should I update the BIOS? There seems to be some serious issues with that as well...it seems that the track record from Lenovo on that isn't reliable at all...Thankful for some advise.Best, Niklas

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Hello,
I just built a new PC and installed Vista Ultimate 64 SP 1. When I try to install the video drivers (evga eGeForce 9600 GT in a Gigabyte GA-EP45-UDP3 motherboard) I get the blue screen of death. I have tried the latest version, and several other older versions of nvidia drivers. The Windows standard driver works fine, but I want to use dual monitors. What else can I do?

Thanks

A:BSOD when installing nvidia video drivers

Did you get the driver from nvidia or through windows update?

Amplid

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Hi

I installed 285.62 P08 Nvidia Driver from the Dell webpage two days ago and it was fine and everything was good after the restart from the installation. After finishing up my session, i noticed that there is a window update so i shut down and left the computer to do the updating on it's own.

Today, I switched on my computer to look at my timetable for today and after that put it to sleep mode. After "waking" it up, I was met with a BSOD after like 5 minutes of use. I then decided to system restore to before i did the updates. It still BSOD albeit it took a longer time before that happened. Right now im using Safe mode + Networking to type this message out. (The computer does not seem to BSOD in safe mode so far)

I did the steps listed but i could not get the perfmon step working. "An error occured while attempting to generate the report"

Specs:
Windows 7 64bit
OEM
About 7 months old both hardware and the OS

Update: I triggered a BSOD in normal mode so as to provide you guys with the Error Codes.

KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR
STOP: 0x0000007A (0x0000000000000020, 0xFFFFFFFFC000009D, 0xFFFFFA800798E078, 0x0000000000000000)
Physical Memory Dump FAILED with status 0xC000009C

I would appreciate the help given. THANKS!

A:BSOD after installing Nvidia Drivers + Windows Updates.

> Your difficulties were caused by the driver for Bigfoot Networks Bandwidth Control.
Uninstall if not needed.

> I also note you have McAfee.
McAfee is a frequent cause of BSOD's.
Please remove and replace it with Microsoft Security Essentials AT LEAST TO TEST!

http://download.mcafee.com/products/...tches/MCPR.exe

Microsoft Security Essentials - Free Antivirus for Windows

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My system has Windows XP Sp3 installed.

My video card is an Nvidia Geforce 9800 GTX.

I have no BSOD or problems whatsoever. I noticed there were new drivers so I went to download them.

I installed the new drivers and upon restart got BSOD at the windows loading screen involving "nv4_disp.dll". I believe it was 0x00000050.
Anyway, I didn't install the new driver in safe mode, nor with antivirus disabled. Would this cause the problems?

I rolled back the driver and no more BSOD.

The only reason I wanted the new driver is because I was hoping they fixed it in the nvidia control panel so you could select "dual view" with 2 monitors, instead of only "clone" view being available.

Thanks
 

A:BSOD nv4_disp.dll error after installing new NVIDIA drivers

you can try uninstalling the driver you have now and then installing the new one.Just make sure you know what version you have now. Just incase you have to revert back.
You should always uninstall a driver before installing a new one.
 

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Hello all; I'd appreciate your help in solving this problem as quick as possible. A friend of mine recently reinstalled his copy of Windows on a fresh new drive; All other components are the same. After a reformat and reinstallation, everything went smoothly until he installed his graphics drivers. Each time he restarted the computer, he got a BSOD before reaching the desktop. He didn't appear to have any restore points, so he hard to start over at square one, but avoided installing the graphics drivers until later.

Well, today, he went ahead and installed some older drivers, hoping they didn't give him issue, but lo and behold, they did. I had him create a restore point before installing the drivers in case they didn't work, but he apparently can't restore the system as the restore point he made "isn't compatible with the version of Windows." He's running a copy of Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (I thinkhe has Service Pack 1, but he cannot verify this). He's running an Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 Ti. The drivers he tried the first time around were the 331.82 set. The last ones he installed were the 320.49 set.

I'd include the requested dump files, but like I said, we can't access the desktop, and he didn't have Windows automatically create the dump files, so we have no way of accessing them. We're happy to post any information needed; We just want to get this fixed so he can have a usable system again!

Below is the BSOD he receives:

A:Constant BSOD after installing NVIDIA drivers; 0x00000116

Hi rct2guy .

Just for future use and reference I recommend not going higher the 314.22 driver release,
known tried and true.

You should be able to boot into Safe Mode and manually delete the nvlddmkm.sys driver from driver directory, that is just to gain access to the full Windows environment. It is not the proper way to uninstall the drivers!.

Code:
C:\Windows\System32\drivers

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Sytem specs
Processor - Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU [email protected] 2.93 GHz
Installed Ram - 4GB
Operating system - Windows 7 Home Premium SP1
System type - 64bit OS
Graphic card - Nvidia GT 240
Now i have been trying to fix this for months but this BSOD issue isnt going.
(Problem)
I have this graphic card Nvidia GT 240 with HDMI output. I have connected my Graphic card with my Philips HDTV which also have HDMI output with HDMI cord. For almost an year it worked quite well and i was able to switch to TV mode and then go back to PC on HDMI mode, Untill Nvidia released new official update driver. I downloaded the latest driver (Version:296.10 WHQL) and after installation as soon as i would try to switch to TV mode i get this Blue screen of death everytime>>>>Here is the screen capture (http://i.imgur.com/khTo5.jpg).
Now i did tried other drivers the Beta drivers and other drivers prior to this latest one but somehow kept getting BSOD error over and over again. But when i installed the last old driver (GeForce 285.62 Driver WHQL) which i have been using for an year with no problem its all working well and i can switch to TV mode and get back to PC on HDMI mode.
I cant figure it out what seems to be the problem is it the driver or the hardware issue? Ps- I have also tried to format the dark disk and reinstalled win 7 but it didn't fix. I have also tried 32 bit version of Windows 7 and still the same problem.
Plz help :[

A:Getting BSOD (Stop:0000007E) after installing new Nvidia drivers. :(

Download DriverSweeper select Nvidia in the list. This will uninstall any Nvidia drivers in the system. Then reboot. Then install the new driver update for your Nvidia graphics then reboot. See if that resolved the issue.

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Important Info:
Graphics Card: Geforce 7950 GX2
Ram: 2 Gigabytes
HDD: 400 Gigabyte SATA drive
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 FX-62 (Dual Core, 2.8 Ghz)

I have a Shuttle PC, and am running the latest BIOS, not sure the version number, but I just flashed it several days ago when still on XP.

Okay, here goes. I just installed a clean copy of Windows 7 x64 Pro over Windows XP. It was a major pain, I kept getting a blue screen error when setup was 'Completing'. It was a STOP error for file nvlddmkm.sys, which after some research, I believe it to be a Nvidia file. I could not get Win7 to install.

Finally, after HOURS of research, I finally got it to work by deleting the nvlddmkm.sys files during the 'Expanding Windows Files' step. This was done via Command Prompt (Shift F10). I believe I found the steps for this process here.

Continuing, I'm finally booted into Windows, and I'm assuming that I am running the basic Windows VGA Drivers. I ran Windows Update and attempted to install the drivers for my 7950 GX2, reboot, 'Windows is Starting', BSOD. Boot into Safe Mode, uninstall drivers, install drivers from Nvidia, reboot, BSOD.

It seems that no matter what set of drivers I install, after I reboot, the computer will say 'Starting Windows' and then will get the BSOD. The code is 116, and the associated file is nvlddmkm.sys.

I know that during the install process that I deleted the nvlddmkm.sys file from two locations. I believe one was in the system32 folder, can't remember ... Read more

A:Windows BSOD when installing Nvidia Card Drivers

  
Quote: Originally Posted by rhannahs19


Important Info:
Graphics Card: Geforce 7950 GX2
Ram: 2 Gigabytes
HDD: 400 Gigabyte SATA drive
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 FX-62 (Dual Core, 2.8 Ghz)

I have a Shuttle PC, and am running the latest BIOS, not sure the version number, but I just flashed it several days ago when still on XP.

Okay, here goes. I just installed a clean copy of Windows 7 x64 Pro over Windows XP. It was a major pain, I kept getting a blue screen error when setup was 'Completing'. It was a STOP error for file nvlddmkm.sys, which after some research, I believe it to be a Nvidia file. I could not get Win7 to install.

Finally, after HOURS of research, I finally got it to work by deleting the nvlddmkm.sys files during the 'Expanding Windows Files' step. This was done via Command Prompt (Shift F10). I believe I found the steps for this process here.

Continuing, I'm finally booted into Windows, and I'm assuming that I am running the basic Windows VGA Drivers. I ran Windows Update and attempted to install the drivers for my 7950 GX2, reboot, 'Windows is Starting', BSOD. Boot into Safe Mode, uninstall drivers, install drivers from Nvidia, reboot, BSOD.

It seems that no matter what set of drivers I install, after I reboot, the computer will say 'Starting Windows' and then will get the BSOD. The code is 116, and the associated file is nvlddmkm.sys.

I know that during the install process that I deleted the nvlddmkm.sys file fr... Read more

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I am having an issue where when I try to install the nVidia drivers for my gtx 570 the system crashes.

I get a DPC_watchdog_violation

Fresh install of 8.1 pro with all latest updates except graphics drivers from wupdate i had them disabled.
No additional programs except chrome have been installed.
memTest with 5-7 pass's on all 3 sticks return no problems.
Tested power supply with no issues.
No HDD failures of any kind.
Nothing has been added or removed from the system.

I have not OC'd the PC, or adjusted any bios settings that would cause this issue. This was originally a nvidia kernel crash, with display recover which started last week on Win 7 Pro. I thought I deleted something during a cleanup of the HDD's and did a Diver Sweeper uninstall of the driver then re-installed. Same issue, kernel crash and display recovered, it progressively got worse doing it repeatedly over the course of a few minutes even when a UI window was open from windows or any app, and the system would BSOD. I ended up formatting and installing Win 8.1 Pro, and the moment I install the latest nVidia drivers from their site, my display with turn off then try to come back (as normal when driver install flickers the screen) but it will BSOD.

I fear this could be a GPU failure which isn't the end of the world but sucks.

AN UPDATE:
So I decided to test out swapping GPU's I removed the GTX 570 and put in a 9800gtx and downloaded the latest drivers for that model and installed. It works, it installed ... Read more

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Hi,

I hope someone can help me, I'm not overly techy so I've give you as much info as I can. Trying to do a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate on brand new pc with this spec:

Intel? Core 2 Quad Q8300
Motherboard: Asus P5P43TD (Intel P43 chipset, 4x DDR3, PCI-E 2.0)
Memory: 4GB DDR3 1333mhz (2x 2GB)
Hard Drives: 500GB S-ATAII 3.0Gb/s
Optical Drive: 22x DVD?RW DL S-ATA
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT 1GB
Sound card: Onboard 7.1 Audio
PSU: 400W
Monitor: Viewsonic VX2260wm lcd display

Initially I got quite a way through the installation then it came up with an error saying the computer closed unexpectedly and had to restart to continue installation. I had got my monitor connected to the nvidia gt 9500 via divX. Said Ok, pc shut down, then restarted with exactly the same message. Read up on the Net and said that it could be the nvidia card, so got to device manager and removed drivers so it had to use standard vga drivers and switched to the vga connection on the graphics card (I dont' have onboard graphics on my motherboard).

Well, now it doesn't have the old problem it has a new one. I am booting straight from the dvd drive and it lets me get to the Windows install page, I select custom install and it gets to anything between 2 and 72% of expanding the files (second stage on list) and then it blue screens with various errors. the last one being this:

STOP: 0x0000008E (0xc0000005, 0x81851844, 0x86914B04, 0x00000000)

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A:Idiot installing Windows 7 Ultimate BSOD/nvidia drivers

Hi powerjen ... welcome to the forums... Navigate to c:/windows/minidump and zip up the .dmp files and upload them for analysis...

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Hi, I just bought the ideapad 300-15isk and I pushed the button to open it for the first time, but nothing happens, I am stucked with a black screen. Can someone help me with this issue? Thanks!

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HiI'm also ideapad 30015isk user and I think that we can have similar problem (https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-IdeaPad-100-305-500-Edge/New-ideapad-300-15isk/m-p/3417305/highl...) try to plug in ac adaptor write us what hapened.Good luck

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 lenovo settings stopped working.erro 0x803F8001 what do i do?

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hello i bought this laptop lenovo ideapad 700 and it is very good laptop for alot of things i am using it for games now like battlefield and fifa and alot of other games this games need the laptop to be plug in with charger always and the battry is built in so i can't remove it from the laptop when i am playing and i am afraid of losing the battrey because of games i spend alot of time playing can you help me to know how to save the battry , please ?

A:Lenovo ideapad 700 15isk

In Lenovo vantage you can turn on "Conservation mode".  See below.  It talks about Lenovo settings.  BUT same feature is in Vantage.  It will keep battery at 55-60%.  SO for example if currently its at 90% it will not charge.
 
https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/forumkb/[email protected]!!2190610
 
If you dont have vantage installed  see below.
 
https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/HT505081

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A:I want to put an M.2 ssd on a Lenovo Ideapad 500 15ISK

Is that possible? 

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Hello, I have and I need help with my laptop, since I bought it does not find drivers, and I can not use him, that when I enter a game or something moves as if an intel core duo, and it does not seem normal, that I do not want to have a computer (that's and i7) to my move so bad, that you can give me and thousand drivers, or even a site with all the drivers that I need them

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I have laptop lenovo ideapad 510The problem is there is alot of fps drop when I play any gameAnd the gpu (940mx) when reach 61*C the drop started Can I know what the solution for this problam ??

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Hello Sir,
 
I would like to know the part number of my motherboard (Lenovo ideapad 310-15isk) without opening the entire machine.
 
S/N: PF******
 
I hope anyone can help me with that.
 
Regards,
Sameh
 
Moderator note: serial number removed to prevent abuse.  Associated MT-M is 80SM00FSAX.













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A:Lenovo ideapad 310-15isk

Hello and welcome,
 
Go to SUPPORT above, enter your S/N (DO NOT post it here) then Parts & Accessories, Parts Lookup, enter your S/N again.
 
Z.

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? ???? ????? LENOVO IdeaPad 300-15ISK ???? ?????? ?? ? ? D. ?? ??? ???? C ??????? ????? ???? ?????. ? ???? ?????????? (???? C) ?? ??? ???? ???????????????? ????? ????? C ? D. ????? ?? ??? ???? ???????? ??????? ?????????????? OneKey Recovery ?? ?????? Novo? ?????? ? ????? ??????????, ??? ????? ???? ? ???? ???????? ????? ???????????? ????????.

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Owners of this device, tell please, at you too the display shivers very strongly?I have already the second copy of this laptop and it very much enrages me. Feeling that in few months it generally will cease to keep on loops.

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I have a quick question regarding of the CPU in Lenovo Ideapad 510-15ISK, is it possible to upgrade it?

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Good evening Lenovo users,i would like any help if it possible and thanks in advance.I have a lenovo ideapad 510-15isk with serial number PFOKFODM.I would like to upgrade my laptop with extra memory ram.My laptop has  a ram which is on board and runs on 2133.But i want to upgrade my ram with a  ram  which has higher speed than 2133.I have talked with contact center of lenovo and they havent  give me  any clear info.They said me to check the documentation in support.lenovo page. The documentation refers how the maximum speed is 2400. But if i search in a memory manufacturer (for example crucial ) says  how my laptop can support and a ram in 2600.And my basic question is if i buy any ram in 2600 will be recognizable from my machine and the speed will be satisfactory or not???i am very confused and i dont know wht to do. Every info would be useful.

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Hi guys! I just bought an Ideapad 700-15ISK laptop and I wondering if anybody can help me find Windows 8.1 drivers?I was searching on the site several times but I found only Windows 7 or Windows 10 drivers.Also I still have a lot of Unknown Devices in my Device Manager so I would like to fix those drives.I'm using Windows 10 drivers at the moment on my Windows 8.1 what I don't think is good because today I got an error before a forced restart from the system: Kernel Security Check Failure - after I googled it I found that the problem can be a not proper driver. Thanks!   

A:Ideapad 700-15ISK / Windows 8.1 drivers?

I can help identifying the "unknowns" but I cannot find 8.1 drivers either.  My thought is it is a downgrade from Windows 10 and would just use the same drivers as 10 since on Lenovo's site there are only drivers for 10 or 7.  Heres how to identify unknown hardware for drivers.In your device manager right click on the "unknown device"Select "Properties"Select "Details"In the drop down box that labeled "Property" change from device description to Hardware ID.Select the bottom line and google that line.  This will identify the component and should show a driver for it.Finding drivers can be quite stressful.  I hope this has helped some.  Good Luck!    

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My 7 Mo's old lenovo just stopped booting up all of a sudden yesterday. My IT guy  ran 15 hours of diagnostics and still can't tell if it is hardware or software related. He says to send it to lenovo  for service. I really want my hard drive data now. Has anyone had this problem saying "recovery.   Your PLC needs to be repaired" And the machine won't  boot up so no way to access anything in machine or on Internet. Any suggestions? I am never going to buy lenovo again. Bill


























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Since I opened the box I have had problems with this laptop.  I have seen a lot of people posting issues relating to the video card error - Lenovo has posted a driver solution for some models, but it has not fixed mine yet.  Aside from this error and the diagnostic failing, apps are constantly crashing, screen flashing non-stop on certain websites or doing certain functions, screen blackout, etc.  Hoping this is all related to the video card error and not some additional problem.  Anyone else having these problems?  Any timeline on the fix?  I have been trying to be patient but it's getting increasingly frustrating... especially with a $1000 brand new laptop...

A:Lenovo Ideapad 500-15ISK problems!

I know what you mean... very disappointed as well.

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HI there   Can anyone tell me to dissamble and take the casing off this laptop? I can't find any instructions anywhere and have been looking to get at the cmos. Any help you have is greatly appreciated 

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Hi, Last week I bought Lenovo Ideapad 700-15ISK. Today I plugged in second monitor but Windows 10 does not detect it.I have upgraded all drivers.  Moreover when I run laptop I see the logo "Lenovo" on both monitors and when I am in the bios setings I also have display on both monitors. I used DVI -> HDMI cable and my monitos is Samsung SyncMaster P2270 Do you have any idea how can I solve this problem?

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Hello, my name is Andrew, I have a problem, my laptop moves very hard but do not know why I installed all the drivers and nothing I have two video cards, and that integrated features 1 GB(Intel Graphics 520) and that dedicated had 2 GB (nvidia geforce 920MX) and i want to set this thing on that dedicated you tell me how? I think that id I do laptop to move only on a video card that is that dedicated a moving better so I think I can instead tell me how? Thank You 

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Hello there,I do need help with my Lenovo ideapad 500-15isk  windows 10? Core i7 with AMD RADEON GRAPHICS as it won't load pass the Lenovo logo. Interestingly,  I just got it back from servicing using the last warranty on the device. Just night, as I was using the computer, it displayed an error message just like iys been doing without me paying attention to it. And the error messages are along the lines of "a problem has been found on your computer" and it went on restarting and restarting without success. I think I did try to reset it to factory mode and now, it only got worse as it can't go pass the Lenovo logo.What can I do as I am frustrated. ThanksAlex

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I have an issue thats constantly happening, the 3.5mm  socket doesn't work when i remove the headphones or the speakers and put it back again, until i restart the laptop then it comes back to life again until i remove it and its dead again.any help please ?

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