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Yoga 15 Thinkpad. Boot menu. How do I reach it.

Q: Yoga 15 Thinkpad. Boot menu. How do I reach it.

I can't believe I can't figure this out. Why do they make it so complicated now? How to I reach the boot menu from this Yoga 15 Thinkpad??????????????

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A: Yoga 15 Thinkpad. Boot menu. How do I reach it.

Usually you just keep tapping F12 (or Fn + F12) fairly rapidly while booting your system up.

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I can't believe I can't figure this out. Why do they make it so complicated now?  How to I reach the boot menu from this Yoga 15 Thinkpad??????????????

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Hi all.  A few days ago the power ran down on my yoga to where it turned off while I was working.  I plugged in the power cord and powered the machine up again.  It only goes to this Boot Menu/App Menu screen.  I can get to the Startup Interrupt Menu by pressing enter.  From there I can enter the BIOS Utility, but am lost inside there.  There are 3 other options from the interrupt menu.  ESC = resume normal startup (takes me back to boot menu screen); F10= to diagnose hardward (ran full diganoses and everything passed); and F12=to choose a temporary startup device (takes me also back to boot menu).   The only thing that has changed on my computer is that I installed windows 10 last week.  It ran perfectly for 3 days, and only when the power ran down did this happen.  Would very much appreciate any guidance here.  Thanks! 

A:Thinkpad Yoga 2 Keeps going to Boot Menu/App Menu ...

When you run diagnostics, is the disk sensed?  If yes, it sounds like the disk was corrupted when it shut off

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My Thinkpad X1 Yoga is connected to my work network via a OneLink Plus.  I have a wireless keyboard and mouse connected.  Since the last bios update, when I power up the laptop, a boot menu pops up and I have stop, open the laptop, and select my hard drive using the laptop's screen and keyboard. Is there a way to disable this menu? 

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My 1 month past warranty thinkpad S1 yoga 12 will not boot.  it boots to Boot menu /App Menu.  Diagnostics show no error.  i can get into setup but still can not boot.  any help appreciated 

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I have a Thinkpad T410 (BiOS seems to have been made in 2011) and for about half a month, I haven't switched it off very often.So this morning, I put it on sleep  and brought it to class, but when I lifted the cover, the usual 1~2 second wake-up screen did not pop up, in fact, it took roughly 30 SECONDS before anything showed up on the screen.I got back and tried shutting the thing down, and restarting, but the thing took roughly 30 seconds to show me the BOOT screen (with the Thinkpad icon). When I pressed the Power button, it lit up properly, and the battery icon was on too, but it just sits there for 30-ish seconds, before even showing me life on the screen. After the 30 second wait for the Boot screen (whether from sleep or starting up), everything works fine, I'm brought to my start screen at normal speed.I've given that sketchy (cuz it hasn't worked for me) "static discharge" Power Button trick two tries after disconnecting the battery,wires and ac adapters, but doesn't change the 30 second wait before the screen shows anything.Can anyone tell me what the heck is going on? At the start of last month, my computer did NOT have this problem, I've only had this problem happen to me today. Is it the age? Or....

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NOTE: I don't know if this is the right section to post this in, I'm new on this forum.
This PC has been a pain in the ass for a few months already, and it's only getting worse. I think it finally hit the brick right now, but I feel that I should still ask for last minute help.
First of all, I'd like to point out that my PC freezes from time to time - stays like that for about a minute or so, and then works fine again. While it's frozen, the red lamp next to the Power button is constantly shining, and while it works fine, it flickers. I'll mention this again later on.
So, the first issue I have is that upon starting up the PC, I get this message:






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Pri Master hard disk: S.M.A.R.T Status BAD, Backup and Replace
Press F1 to continue


I know that I can still keep using the PC with this error, although it is recommended not to. However, I found this to make me unable to reach the boot menu, as my PC freezes with a black screen for about 40 seconds after this screen; I repeatedly tried mashing F8 (AND holding it), no good.

Which brings me to my second problem, the infamous Startup Repair Loop. After the "Black Screen of 40 Seconds", I get to choose between the startup repair or starting Windows normally. When I choose startup repair, it takes about a minute to get it over. When it's done, the Starting Windows screen looks different - there's a loading bar similar to the one from XP, but after it, the PC just restarts, and it's t... Read more

A:S.M.A.R.T. status bad, startup repair loop, can't reach boot menu.

Pleasure to assist. It's simple. Either you need a new primary hard drive, or you can attempt to fix it with a utility like Spinpoint for arguments sake.

When you began seeing the SMART warning was the time to have done this really.

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I am trying to change the layout and setup of the tiles on my Windows 10 start menu, and it freezes sometimes, and works at others ... but it eventually resets (for example, after a restart). It's like the change isn't permanent and it goes back to what it was. I would like to be about to make the change 'stick'. Any ideas?

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Computer  was working.fine, did a reboot and now has 'To interrupt normal startup press enter' displayed on the top right. If I let it continue it shows blue screen with unexpected error occurred,  error 0000225, I try to enter recovery with F1 and it just reloads back to the same recovery screen. I've tried with a windows 10 and windows 8.1 install same results.  If I plug the drive into my desktop I can see all my files no problem.  I bought a new SSD and when I try to install Windows the logo comes up but after some time, maybe a minute, it drops to recovery again and says the bios is not fully ACPI compliant, error 0000225 and stops. I've tried disconnecting the bios battery for about 15 minutes and tried again with no luck, same result on new ssd and install.  I'm lost a this point, any ideas? I'm going to try a Bios CD updated tomorrow but I dont have much hope. Cannot get to a command prompt or anything... Video link https://www.dropbox.com/s/s27pnnk38ta43kt/pc.url?dl=0


























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Hi, I just bought an L460 Thinkpad (14", 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SDD, core i5 6200U) without an OS, under a certain scheme for students and academics. I'm trying to install a Linux distro via USB. However, after pressing F12 and entering the Boot Menu, when I select USB HDD and press Enter, the Boot Menu prompt reappears. Making a selection here does not seem to have any effect, and thus I'm unable to boot from USB. Startup settings in BIOS: Legacy Only, CSM [Yes]. Would be grateful if someone could give some pointers as to how to proceed. Thanks,

























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I have had the thinkpad S1 yoage for around a year and a half. 5 days after the warranty ran out the laptop decided that it didn't want to boot up or charge anymore. After a few days of checking cable connections and trying different methods that I read online I managed to get it up and running again. Now half a year later the same problem has happened again except this time I have spent weeks trying to repair it. Does anybody know how to fix this? I dont get any beeping sounds from the motherboard just the power indicator flashes 3 times. I have tried different chargers as well, nothing has worked so far

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Hello, I got a new X1 Yoga in my hands. Its a nice notebook. Using the Pen makes fun and so on. But there is one problem. After reboot or shutdown/and boot the X1 stucks sometimes. I can see the Lenovo Logo, the black background and the message "to interrupt normal startup, press enter". If I press "enter" nothing happens. I can use CTRL-ALT-DEL to "reboot" to the same stuck behavior. Only the Power button helps. The designated user won't be lucky about theat problem.  

A:Thinkpad X1 Yoga (Gen2) do not boot sometimes

Do you have the latest BIOS?  It sounds like something is timing out.  How long to you let it sit before hitting the button?

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Hi there, I turned on my thinkpad yoga the other morning and it would not boot into windows 8. It displays a black screen for a while and then returns to the boot device screen. I have tried to reinstall both windos 8 and linux on the the ssd using a usb bootable install drive. Both systems install but they fail to boot, displaying a black screen and then returning to the boot device list when it fails. I have also tried with a new ssd and it gets the same problem. I am able to boot to a complete usb linux system which fully operates. Does anyone know where the problem might lie? Thanks, Richard

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Hi there, I turned on my thinkpad yoga the other morning and it would not boot into windows 8. It displays a black screen for a while and then returns to the boot device screen. I have tried to reinstall both windos 8 and linux on the the ssd using a usb bootable install drive. Both systems install but they fail to boot, displaying a black screen and then returning to the boot device list when it fails. I have also tried with a new ssd and it gets the same problem. I am able to boot to a complete usb linux system which fully operates. Does anyone know where the problem might lie? Thanks, Richard

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does anybody know if that is PXE boot is a boot option for this laptop / 2-in-1?thanks in advance













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A:PXE BOOT on Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 370

Hi Vincent_Thunder,Warm Greetings & welcome to Lenovo Community, happy to have you here.
 
Looking at the User guide, page 71 this model does have an option of PXE Boot.
 
I hope the above information helped you.
Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
 
Regards,Prabhansh_______________________________________________Tap that Kudos button if I helped.If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"!

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i have a lenovo x230 and its stuck on a screen and all it says it boot menu.  Any help would be great thanks 

A:Lenovo Thinkpad x230 stuck on boot menu

I would need to see it to be sure, but my guess is that the hard disk was logically damaged.  That means the boot record or partition information was wiped out.  It could also be a disk hardware error.  Do you have a backup?

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 So I just purchased a refurbished Thinkpad Yoga, and all was great for a little while. Then I decided to shut it down and set it aside for a few minutes. After coming back, it now refuses to even POST. I tried every power cycle I could think of, in various combinations, and browsed several forums. In the end I found no functional solution. Current Status: System responds in no way other than the 'i' light (in the Thinkpad logo) blinking three times when the charger is connected, or the same when the reset button is pressed while the charger is still connected. Nothing else illicits any sort of beep, light, or otherwise. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks and regards.












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A:Thinkpad S1 Yoga - Won't boot, only blinks light t...

I have a feeling you had opened up the back cover to fiddle around with the components (be it a change of SSD or the 3g/4g modem). the symptoms you described sounds exactly like a disconnect MB cable. you can try to open up the back cover, and around the left side, you will see a cable labelled "MB". secure it properly, and the computer should be responsive now.

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I am trying to disable UEFI Secure Boot on my Thinkpad Yoga S1 but it keeps getting re-enabled after a reboot. If I set secure boot to disabled I can boot into the non secure OSes installed on the machine imediately afterwards but if the machine is restarted the Secure Boot seting in the BIOS is re-enabled.  It's important for me to have secure boot disabled as I use OSes without secure boot.
 
I try to disable Secure Boot in the BIOS on the following screen :
 
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But if I re-enter the BIOS either after booting into an OS or simply re-entering the BIOS, Secure Boot is back on:
 
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I have also tried to disable "OS Optimzed Defaults" but it also returns to enabled after a restart.
 
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Some of the other BIOS settings save correctly so I can't figure out why the secure boot settings don't. The BIOS version I have is the latest (1.18).
 
Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? It's inconvenient to manually disable secure boot each time I want to use the laptop. The two operating systems (Ubuntu and Android x86) do work reasonably well once booted.
 
Thanks!
 
Juan
 
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A:Disabling Secure Boot on Thinkpad Yoga S1

I'm having the same issue. I've experienced this with 4 brand new yogas. I will enter bios, disable secure boot, enable legacy pxe and upon reboot the changes are lost. I'm saving changes and exiting.  Resetting user mode options, saving changes and not exiting, those have inconsistently allowed me to keep my changes long enough so i can legacy boot. 

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Hi Everyone! I have a Thinkpad Yoga 12 and recently I am experiencing a rather serious problem with the machine.If I have a drive in it, it will simply not start the booting process and will freeze on the "press enter to interrupt..." screen. Whenever I remove the disk (SSD) the computer starts and I can access BIOS/Diagnostics/Etc. but when reinserting the SSD everything stops and the computer freezes on start.This problem is very annoying because without a proper boot I cannot update the BIOS or do anything with it at all. Did anyone else experience something similiar?I checked the SSD in a different computer and it works without a problem.

A:Thinkpad Yoga stuck on boot screen

Hanging on startup with a disk inserted would most likely indicate either a bad SSD or a bad SATA control circuit (motherboard).  If the disk is OK, that leaves only one part.  

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While preparing to return my Thinkpad Yoga to my office, I wanted to remove my boot password. I entered the BIOS setup, Security, Password option and the tried to change the password. I entered the existing password and as New Password a blank (or Enter) and the same for the confirm your new password option. However, on reboot it still asks my for a password and doesn't accept either a blank or the old password :-(What have I entered by hitting Enter for the password if it isn't a blank? Any help would be much appreciated since the computer is not completely unusable.Wim

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After updating Onelink Pro Dock to firmware version 2.30.000, system boot is no longer possible with closed lid.Opening lid after starting boot doesn't help, only way out seems to be an emergency power off.Booting system with open lid works fine, even when closing lid before logon.System is Thinkpad Yoga 15 running Windows 10 Pro.Thinkpad Onelink Pro Dock driver is 1.08.36Setting Boot Time Extension in BIOS doesn't help anyProblem didn't show up before firmware update.Any suggestions?

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Hey there, everyone.I've got this 2 year old ThinkPad Yoga 12 that was working fine one day, and then won't boot at all the next. No screen activity, no backlight on keyboard, nothing except for a solid light on the "i" and then nothing. I've tried taking out both batteries, I've tried all kinds of combos of power button pushing, and I tried the reset switch. That caused the light to blink three times and now it's not doing anything. It does blink when I put the power cord in. Is my mobo borked, or is there something I haven't tried? Thank you!!!

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In the last month I purchased a Thinkpad X1 Yoga 2G and the Thuderbolt USB C dock. Since the USB C cable that comes with the dock is too short to allow the dock on the right and laptop on the left (in laptop mode), I put the notebook in tent mode and all works fine---except... Everytime I power up from hibernate it starts beeping about once a second and does not stop. I have to disconnect from the dock, flip it to laptop mode (this is where the beeping stops), return it to tent mode, and then plug the dock back in. It seems that Lenovo, like everybody else, is rushing things to market with plans to fix bugs later (maybe). Any thoughts I how to stop the beeping?  The first time it happened I closed all the apps to reboot and it still was beeping. Thanks.

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Hi,I received my new ThinkPad X1 Yoga 20FQ one month ago. I'm very happy with it but for one week I'm very often unable to type the power-on password. When I turn on my X1 Yoga (3 times out of 4), the keyboard seems to be not working and I'm stuck at the padlock password prompt. I must insert a paperclip into the reset hole and restart to be able to get the keyboard working and be able to enter the password.  I'm wondering if anyone else have any similar issue and if so, if there is a simple way to fix it? or if I should return the X1 Yoga?  Thanks for your help,Steven

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I have just replaced the hard drive in a machine (Lenovo Z50)  and am attempting to boot from a USB device. On restarting the machine i was prsented with the boot menu which I chnaged to the following configuration: 1. USB HDD: USB Disk2. ATAPI CD: PLDS DVD-RW ...3. ATA HDD: TOSHIBA ..4. Windows Boot manager5. PCI LAN: EFI Network (IPv4)6. PCI LAN: EFI Network (IPv6) On saving the BIOS sequence and exiting i expected to be taken to the os configuartion process but instead was confronted with the boot menu again rteading the fore mentioned configuration. I have as yet put nothing onto the hard drive and am trying to boot into Linux Lubuntu which I saved and made bootable using the Unetbootin application.  Does anybody have any ideas or a solution for this issue?  Thanks.... T.

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Hi, After couple of years of work my laptop ended in a boot menu. I see both windows boot manager & hdd listed. None of those options works. It just returns me back to the same selection screen. Diagnostic splash shows BIOS and GPU as shadowed. In a BIOS I cannot see the version. (All the settings are default). I tried to play with BIOS settings enabling\disabling legacy support, changing boot order, now I am trying to reset the BIOS by drainiing the battery.Yesterday my spouse was watching some movies and fell asleep while leaving laptop unplugged. After attaching power adapter it did not start up. However keyboard light worked. I did a hard reset and now I have the issue described above.I did not update neither the bios nor drivers. SSD seems to be working. I have an assumption that automatic update of the OS could start but then I should see Windows Logo at least. Please help to resolve this. Best regards,Dzmitry

A:Lenovo Yoga 700 14 boot menu

Seems that BIOS reset failed or I was unable to reset it when discharged my battery. Noticed that when I Enter BIOS via NOVO button it usually resolves both BIOS version: DBCN25WW and EC version: DBEC25WW. When I enter BIOS via boot manager after rebooting several times it stops showing BIOS version. Please HELP

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Hello. I'm having a substandard issue with my Lenovo Yoga Laptop that I will try to explain in complete detail. First I'll summarize what's going on, then I'll list all  the details that could be related to this problem, no matter how small, in order of most likely related to least likely related. I'm an IT technician so I have some grasp of computer troubleshooting, just keep in mind. Alright, so the issue is that my Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga (can't find exact model, label only days Yoga and its dated in 2013) will not boot into Windows 10 after I have done an upgrade from Windows 8.1 using Microsoft's media creation tool. More specifically, I was able to do the firat time setup and boot on once but after searching for Windows updates and restarting, the computer will not boot on. The most likely reason for this I believe is that the laptop doesn't recognize the SSD with Windows 10 on it. It can detect it in some ways but not others. In Lenovo diagnostics I'm not able to run a storage test, which is an option I know is usually there because I've troubleshooted these before, which leads me to believe it doesn't recognize it. However, boot menu and BIOS recognize the drive. Attempting to boot to it from boot menu gives a long black screen and then it takes me back to boot menu. Letting my computer boot up normally also gives a long black screen after the ThinkPad logo and the automatically goes to boot menu. The other diagnostics for Lenovo hardware all pass. So some... Read more

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Hello. I'm having a substandard issue with my Lenovo Yoga Laptop that I will try to explain in complete detail. First I'll summarize what's going on, then I'll list all  the details that could be related to this problem, no matter how small, in order of most likely related to least likely related. I'm an IT technician so I have some grasp of computer troubleshooting, just keep in mind. Alright, so the issue is that my Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga (can't find exact model, label only days Yoga and its dated in 2013) will not boot into Windows 10 after I have done an upgrade from Windows 8.1 using Microsoft's media creation tool. More specifically, I was able to do the firat time setup and boot on once but after searching for Windows updates and restarting, the computer will not boot on. The most likely reason for this I believe is that the laptop doesn't recognize the SSD with Windows 10 on it. It can detect it in some ways but not others. In Lenovo diagnostics I'm not able to run a storage test, which is an option I know is usually there because I've troubleshooted these before, which leads me to believe it doesn't recognize it. However, boot menu and BIOS recognize the drive. Attempting to boot to it from boot menu gives a long black screen and then it takes me back to boot menu. Letting my computer boot up normally also gives a long black screen after the ThinkPad logo and the automatically goes to boot menu. The other diagnostics for Lenovo hardware all pass. So some... Read more

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Hello Community,Please help me with this issue that frustrates me. I try to? ?re-install Linux (Manjaro) on my Lenovo X1? ?Yoga? (?1? ?Gen?) ?as dual boot? (?Win10?) ?after SSD replacement.I can boot UEFI? ?from a USB flash drive.? ?Linux life USB ?boots without issues only that after boot has finished the notebook keyboard and touch pad does not work.? ?The touch screen is working.Linux and Win10 were working without issues prior to the HW change (SSD card, followed by motherboard, screen and keyboard).Win10 works and Linux at Grub level works, however after boot the keyboard and touchpad does not. What I did:Started Windows10 , rebooted need to press F12 to get to boot order, selected USB HDD, booted.Same result. Can use the keyboard in selecting of e.g. driver free or nonfree; and then start the boot process. After boot, only touch screen works, keyboard and touchpad are not working (that is the same for current and earlier Kernel Linux versions ( tested Manjaro (Arch), Mint (Debian), Puppy (Ubuntu), Solus). What could I do next to troubleshoot this issue which must be software related. Thank you for your interest in helping me. Kla

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Hi,I have a Yoga Pro 3, and the only way I know to access the boot menu is to push the button on the side next to the power button. I pushed it once a few months ago, worked fine. But somehow the button has broken/fallen out and I am unable to push it. Is there another way to get into the boot menu/BIOS? Thanks

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I had to open up an Ideapad Yoga 13 today to replace the power connector. When I did, I looked at the battery. The battery looked unusual in that it had a type in the printed caution. The last sentance is "keep out of reach of chilfren.". A few things seemed unusual.1) The rest of the caution was spelled correctly. No typos anywhere else, just in the word "children".2) The "k" in keep was lowercase. All the other sentances start with a capital letter in the first word.3) I couldn't find a Lenovo label on the battery. I'm suspicious that the battery is not the original. Has anyone else seen a legtimate Lenovo battery with any of the above?

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Two ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen2 TabletPCs will successfully boot into Windows 10 just fine from a hard poweroff.  But once in windows, if i choose Restart, it will hang at the "LENOVO" BIOS  level boot up logo with "To interrupt normal startup, press Enter".   Stuck at Lenovo BOOT BIOS initialization screen, right before handoff to the Operating System. "To interrupt normal startup, press Enter" At this point, pressing ENTER does not work.CTRL-ALT+DEL causes the screen to change shade for a moment, but effectively does nothing.Changing the UEFI settings to diagnostics results in black screen.Holding the power switch to force a poweroff, waiting a few moments, and then powering on results in a successful windows startup.  DevMGMT.msc does NOT see bluetooth and there is "Unknown USB Device (Device Descriptor Request Failed)" entry under "Universal Serial Bus controllers".  I have run all automatic updates via "Lenovo Vantage" and the manual TPM update.   I can boot into the firmware setup and have had it revert to factory defaults and reverted to factory defaults for all security settings.   I even tried the Win10 repair startup problems, but it says it cannot fix this.   

A:ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen2 does not Restart, requires hard power off. Stuck at Lenovo boot logo.

It looks to me like you have a faulty hardware issue or a serious driver issue. Try the Lenovo recovery to put the device back to the factory windows install. If that fails, I would think you have a hardware issue.

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I posted a similar question earlier and people referred me to the Yoga (much appreciated).  However, I was interested in the 2.6 lb carbon version with touch screen capabilities.  Asus has a Spin 7 model that is very good at 2.65lb, but I miss the red mouse toggle in the middle of the keyboard and Asus's track pad was designed too large....causing unintended tapping.  The Yoga, while nice, is heavier than I was looking for.  The 14 inch screen is about 3.3lb? the 12 inch at 3? I thought that some of the earlier Thinkpad Carbons had touch screen and was hoping they would make a return soon.  Thanks,

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Hello, I am looking for a laptop which can be securely attached/locked (so that I can let it during the night in the office). Could you please tell me if the following laptops have a security slot (Kensington or similar) to attach it somewhere?THINKPAD X1 CARBON (5TH GEN)THINKPAD X1 YOGA (2ND GEN) I do not find it described in the specifications, but from the available pictures, it seems that they have some kind of security slot. Thanks!

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The Thinkpad sticker with the red light above the 'i' doesn't turn on unless the screen turns to tablet mode. Is there any way for the light to stay on all the times? The one near the keyboard does work, the issue is with the light on the outside lid. 

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My Lenovo thinkpad S1 Yoga 12 20DL0066ZA does not want to boot up when it is connected to the Dock and the network cable is connected. My Yoga has the latest Bios update: 1.30 and firmware update: 10.0.55.3000And I also have the latest drivers for the dock: V11019 and firmware: 2.33.000 Unfortunately there is no Network settings in BIOS > Config to disable UEFI IPv4 Network Stack Enabled or UEFI IPv6 Network Stack Enabled. In BIOS > Startup > boot  I have disabled PCI LAN ( it has 2 sub headings - LAN (0050B68AC40A) -IPv4 and LAN (0050B68AC40A) -IPv6) Can some help?

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I am hhaving difficulty finding an acceptable scaling mix between resolution, system scaling, and edge scaling. At 1080p, 125%, 125%, os navigation is mostly fine, but edge text is way too large. At 1080p, 125%, 100%, edge text is way too small. At all combinations text is inflated (but crisp) in certain elements while fuzzy in others. What scaling combinations work best for you? I am considering returning this to Best Buy and upgrading to a Pro 4 / Book, or even a Mac. The scaling is ruining an otherwise great experience.

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Hello everyone. im new member here. The problem that i have faced from last on year on X1 Yoga (Type 20FQ, 20FR) Laptop Thinkpad is mostly sleeping issues. When i close the laptop with the option of Sleep mode in Windows 10. It will never wake up by pressing Power button & any keyboard button. Please help i have facing too many issues regarding sleep mode.. 

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Hello everyone. im new member here. The problem that i have faced from last on year on X1 Yoga (Type 20FQ, 20FR) Laptop Thinkpad is mostly sleeping issues. When i close the laptop with the option of Sleep mode in Windows 10. It will never wake up by pressing Power button & any keyboard button. Please help i have facing too many issues regarding sleep mode.. 

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I am looking for a laptop that is compatible with a digitizer pen for drawing on the screen. Does the 10 point touch version of Thinkpad P51  and Thinkpad X1 Yoga come wiht digitizer pens?

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