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Lenovo R61 cant update windows

Q: Lenovo R61 cant update windows

Hello there, I'm stuck with situation where i boot my notebook, and after 10 minutes of working, he just crashes.. I decided to completely remove windows, and in the middle of installing new OS it just crashed.. Now when I want to boot from USB (where my OS is) I'm getting message that Windows failed to start because recent hardware or software change might be the cause..

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Preferred Solution: Lenovo R61 cant update windows

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Hi. This morning I used my laptop, everything was fine, than I was watching TV and my laptop went to sleep mode, I was like OK, I am watching TV now, I will use it later. Suddenly my left speaker start ticking, I return laptop from sleep mode, but I couldn't do anything with sound, raise volume, or open realtek.So I did restarted laptop, while restarting at Lenovo screen speaker will start ticking, and when inside system its just "shhhshhhsh" coming from headphones, while speakers, well while in system still left one is ticking all the time. Indicator in Control Panel > Sound is showing green volume equalizer okay while I am playing any track, but I actually hear nothing. I reinstalled driver for Windows x64, from Lenovo drivers for B51-30 Laptop, tried with windows default driver, all is same. I had this with first laptop, now with second too after I change it by warranty.Now there has to be fix, or all this serie is nothing but useless. What should I do?

A:Lenovo B51-30, last Windows 10 update and sound pr...

I rollback windows update and take out battery power cable. and again turn on pc, now sound is there, I don't know is the problem in windows update, or it is some glitch in bios.Whatever it is we need fix for this, and to know why this is occuring.

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Today in the morning I shut down my Lenovo w510 win 7 ultimate 64

It said it had to install one update which it did and then shut off

When I rebooted it came up with the think pad screen the drive icon lights up for a sec and then it doesn't do anything. Tried to use the blue think vantage button but didn't work.

Let it sit for a while just in case but nothing happens. The drive light never comes on

Any help would be appreciated

A:Lenovo laptop not starting after windows update

Not sure what happened. After letting it sit for a while it completely shut off. Seems like when it is on the think pad screen the fan isn't running and some sort of overheat protection kicked in. After letting it cool down it started and finally booted into windows

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After updating to Windows 8.1, my PC is unable to restart with the following message displayed:

1) Preparing automatic repair
2) Diagnosing your PC
3) Your PC did not start correctly

Here I am given 2 options:
a) Restart
b) Advanced Options.

Option (a) will keep me in the same loop. I have tried most of the options in (b) but nothing works out. The only extra clue I got is when I go to Startup Settings and select option 9)" Disable automatic restart after failure" from which an additional message was displayed:

error: INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE


I did not make any backup beforehand and now I'm hoping to restore to my previous setting without losing any files/data. Or it would be even better I could solve the problem without any restoration.

Please help. I cannot access to the Windows start-up anymore, not even in Safe Mode.

A:Windows 8.1 update crashes my Lenovo Yoga13

The best way if you can gain access to another computer is to get a ISO copy of Windows 8, put it to the USB with Microsoft Store

Then use the repair tool built into Windows 8.

Before attempting another upgrade which should not be a problem since your computer is so new remember to:

1) Check and Install latest Windows Updates.

2) Check for Firmware updates

3) No external devices plugged in during the install

4) Consider doing a clean boot.
How to perform a clean boot in Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista

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Lenovo E430 BJ9 win 7 64 bit professional sp1
i recover my notebook to factory setting.
after that tried to windows update, but it stuck at checking for updates screen.
i'm using Eset Smart Security 9, have tried to disable firewall & protection while windows update, but still it just stuck at checking for updates.

i have run SURT(CBS.zip) & SFC Scan(sfc.txt).
i tried to read the cbs log but cannot understand the error. pls help.

thanks

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Hi, I recently bought the Lenovo g50 (80e501g3us) laptop that came loaded with Windows 8.1. I decided to downgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate (64 bit) because the laptop came loaded with spyware such as Superfish and I prefer Windows 7. I first created a system image of the computer for safety and then i rebooted with the Windows 7 CD. I had to delete all of the partitions in order to install Windows 7. The installation was a success and I started updating all of the drivers for my model based on the Windows 7 64 bit OS that I got from Lenovo's website. All drivers except 2 worked which said it required an update. I then flashed my BIOS with the version that I downloaded from Lenovo's website thinking that this might solve my problems. After the BIOS was flashed I received an error that this was the wrong BIOS.Now I get the following errors: Default boot device missing or boot failedInsert recovery media and hit any keyThen select boot manager to choose a new boot device or to boot recovery media This then present me to the boot option menu with the following option only listed:efi pxe network I have inserted the DVD that I used to install Windows 7, however, it is not being recognized or loading since the only option is efi pxe network. I get the following error: EFI Network 0 for IPv4 (MAC Addresss inside here) boot failedWhen I click OK it then says checking media before presenting me to the same screen My original BIOS version is B0CN40WWThe ... Read more

A:Lenovo G50-80 BIOS Update Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Reset the BIOS to default before you do anything else. 
 

Unplug AC adapter (remove from notebook).
Remove main battery
Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds (power drain)
Replace main battery
Replace AC adapter (plug into wall then notebook)

This should reset the BIOS to factory defaults, but you should enter the BIOS to make sure your boot order has been changed to indicate your choice of booting (DVD, HDD).  I would also turn off network boot (disable) as you should not need that option for Windows 7, 8 or 10 to work correctly.
 
Good luck.
 
CB

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I'm using lenovo g50-70 (20351) i have upgarded from windows8.1(preinstalled) to windows10, but however i didn't find the BIOS driver update for windows 10 in the lenovo support website there still didn't updated the bios driver for windows 10, so present there is driver for windows8.1 only, so when will we get the bios update for windows 10?










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A:LENOVO G50-70 (20351) BIOS update for WINDOWS 10 ?

KGKR1212 wrote:
I'm using lenovo g50-70 (20351) i have upgarded from windows8.1(preinstalled) to windows10, but however i didn't find the BIOS driver update for windows 10 in the lenovo support website there still didn't updated the bios driver for windows 10, so present there is driver for windows8.1 only, so when will we get the bios update for windows 10?

When I look up your system on the support page I see quite a few updates, drivers and such that support windows 8.1 and 10.  If you are looking for a BIOS update or patch, those are usually OS neutral and are applied with either a BIOS utility or patcher that works in DOS mode and some can use a windows based utility.
 
Are you trying to use a BIOS update to fix an issue or just get the "latest and greatest" for your computer?  Mostly I would not recommend updating your BIOS unless it is absolutely neccessary to fix a troublesome issue or problem with hardware.
 
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Lenvo Community So I moved over to the dartk side and have installed Windows 10 on my Lenovo T430.  So far so good but what happens to the Lenovo Recovery partition which remains on the computer.  DO I still have access to it in the event something happens to WIndows 10 or should I remove the partition.  I have OEM recovery disks so I can always return to WIndows 7 (or so I think) Jeff

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I'm very much a novice when it comes for tech stuff, so if I posted this in the wrong place/irritate people with my cluelessness, sorry.

This issue started when I was restarting my Lenovo Y50-70 laptop after a Windows 8.1 update about 2 weeks ago. I'm only getting a black screen after the Lenovo logo. Initially, there's no cursor, but it shows up after 5-6 hours. Otherwise, it's still a black screen. Ctrl-Alt-Del (or any other key combos) doesn't work. The only response I get at this stage is Sticky Keys.

I could get into Advanced Recovery Options using Shift-F8 once, and I tried to restore to an earlier point (I installed two new programs before the update). But the restore failed; I don't remember the exact error message, but it mentioned something about something being corrupt, and running chkdsk. That was the last time I was able to access the menu, and since then F5/F8 combos don't work. I tried Safe Mode before the restore, but it didn't do anything different either. The only thing I can do now is access the BIOS.

Again, I'm a novice when it comes to this stuff, so I'm not sure if there's anything from the BIOS I can try, or whether this is a hardware issue (because of the corrupt/chkdsk thing) or a software one. I don't have any installation media/recovery drives at hand, and I won't really have access to a computer where I can make one until August (I'm not at home). Any help is much appreciated though.

A:Lenovo 50-70 Black Screen after Windows Update (8.1)

Hi,

Anything in this that helps you ? that does smell like the problem is your Graphics card.

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The recent Windows Anniversary Update has produced several major issues with my 2 year old B750 AIO.  First the audio became very scratchy.  That was fixed by going to the RealTek site and getting drivers for this update.  Issues remaining seem to involve things on my task bar:  There is a message symbol showing, but it will not open to see what it is.  At the speaker volume symbol, I can't raise or lower the volume.  Cortana will not respond to voice or typing in the box on the task bar.  I also tried to open the Lenovo support screen, but it will not open.  There could be many other items not working, that I have not discovered yet. How should I go about getting these things working again? 

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Hello folks,  I seem to be having some issue with installing Windows 10. I found the Lenovo Upgrade Checklist and followed the steps point for point. (https://support.lenovo.com/gb/en/solutions/ht104203) After downloading the update, it requested a restart and booted up into the update screen. The update got to around 20% and restarted as noted on the update screen.  Once again I'm presented with the Lenovo boot screen but this time it doesn't seem to be progressing, nothing has changed for the last 50 minutes and counting. What was other people's experience through the upgrade? Should I be prepared for a longer wait or is this abnormal to the process? Thanks for taking the time to read! 

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Hi, This IdeaCenter A730 all-in-one computer won't boot anymore. The screen is blank but the hard drive indicator keeps blinking. We don't seem to be able to enter BIOS either. This happened after an ordinary round of Windows updates. What can I do? Thanks,/David R.

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Hi.I have a problem with my battery not charging (at 1% left and power connected) and get an error message that my battery is not recognized by Lenovo, even though it's the same battery I've had for 4 years (the laptop is as good as new, and I don't want to change it).Apparently, a BIOS update should work, according to several web forums, and it worked when I had the same problem some time ago. But since then I have updated to Windows 10 and I can't find any BIOS updates for my laptop which is compatible with windows 10. And those that are compatible with windows 10 are not compatible with my laptop. Will there ever be an update, or do anyone have another solution to my battery problem?INFO:Windows 10 Home 64 bitIntel Core i5-3337U 1.80 GHz8GB RAMCurrent BIOS id: 7ECN19WW 

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Hi, This IdeaCenter A730 all-in-one computer won't boot anymore. The screen is blank but the hard drive indicator keeps blinking. We don't seem to be able to enter BIOS either. This happened after an ordinary round of Windows updates. What can I do? Thanks,/David R.

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Is there any solution to constant system failure to a level where the blue screen turns up and laptop can't be even turned on, after every system update?

I've checked the drivers and everything, but since the big update pack somewhere in March every update ends up in system failure. And the restore points before the updates are useless, because system doesn't recognize them.

After the second time this has happened and I've lost all the files that has not been backed up on hard drive I really start to think is there something wrong to Lenovo and Windows 7 combination?

I almost start to regret that I have legal version with update option.

A:System crash after every attempt to update Windows 7 64 bit on Lenovo

* It would be very helpful if we had your System Specs to know what we are dealing with...
System Info - See Your System Specs

* Have you received any error messages?

* Have you a Win 7 disk?

* IF you are having Blue Screens of Death

We do need the DMP file as it contains the only record of the sequence of events leading up to the crash, what drivers were loaded, and what was responsible.
Please attach the DMP files to your next post not to post one.

If you are overclocking STOP

You may be able to get the DMP files without crashing by booting into safe mode (F8) with networking.

To enable us to assist you with your computer's BSOD symptoms, upload the contents of your "\Windows\Minidump" folder.

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* Go to Start, in the Search Box type: sysdm.cpl, press Enter.
* Under the Advanced tab, click on the Startup and Recovery Settings... button.
* Ensure that Automatically restart is unchecked.
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I have a Lenovo H520g with Windows 7. I've updated to Windows 8.1 then Windows 10, but now after this lastest update, it works only when he want to. Simply not boot. If you power the CPU on and leave it alone, sooner or later (minutes, or hours) it randomly boot and works normally. I've tested everything, all the components, the problem is with broken BIOS. I need to update/rewrite but there's nothing about it on support website. Can anybody help me with that? Sorry about my English

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I have a Lenovo H520g with Windows 7. I've updated to Windows 8.1 then Windows 10, but now after this lastest update, it works only when he want to. Simply not boot. If you power the CPU on and leave it alone, sooner or later (minutes, or hours) it randomly boot and works normally. I've tested everything, all the components, the problem is with broken BIOS. I need to update/rewrite but there's nothing about it on support website. Can anybody help me with that? Sorry about my English

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My W10 64bit Dell desktop installed KB3194798 on 10/12/2016 using Windows Update (WU) so now it is 1607 1493.321.
Today I tried WU to update my Lenovo G505 W10 laptop and I think it might have been KB3194798 that has killed my laptop, but I cannot even get the laptop to go past the black screen to the Lenovo display when trying to boot.
Here's the history...
Today I pushed the power button to turn it on and found that my wife had left it on and over the many hours it had gone into (I assume) a powersaving mode that made me think it needed to boot.
The screen showed that WU was up and some KB was at 94%. I left it alone and a few minutes later it told me the install was ready to go. So I clicked to let it WU do the install. The install failed saying some files were missing but it let me click on "retry".
I think it failed a 2nd time. The 3rd time it appeared to be installing OK, and I went to work for a few hours. On my return it showed that the laptop required a restart to complete the WU installs - that's pretty normal after letting WU do an install of a "cumulative", I think. So I clicked to restart and walked away. When I returned hours later, the laptop was still displaying the Lenovo boot-time logo and the spinner was spinning. I powered down the laptop by holding down the power button. Now the laptop will not even display the Lenovo boot-time logo. The little power LED is lit. The laptop is on wall power - not battery, btw.
I'm think... Read more

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For some time I am trying to install new version of Lenovo Solution Center 3.4.002  or to update from version 3.3.004 under Windows 7 64-bit. But there is no success. When I try to update or install i get error message as following: "This version of the Lenovo Solution Center program can only be installed on select Lenovo computers. This setup can not continue." The same message appears when I try to update it or to do installation the I have downloaded from official Lenovo support web site for my notebook. The notebook I own is new and all parts inside it are the sam as the first day I bought is. THE MODEL IS: V310 - 80SY. OS> Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Please help me to find solution and to install new version of Lenovo Solution Center because on the suppor web site it is criticall update. Below is attached printscreen. Thanks in advance.  


























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Lenovo Releases BIOS Update to Allow Linux Installation on Windows 10 Devices

Back in September, complaints that reached the web (and even got confirmed by a supposed Lenovo official) claimed that installing Linux on a Yoga 900 was impossible because the operating system was blocked as part of a deal between Microsoft and Lenovo.

Both Microsoft and Lenovo denied that such an agreement existed, explaining that installing Linux was actually impossible because Windows 10 was running on a SSD locked in a proprietary RAID mode that could only be read by Redmond?s operating system.

And yet, following all this controversy Lenovo has released a new BIOS update for Yoga 900 that unlocks this proprietary RAID mode and allows the installation of Linux on the device.

?This BIOS creates an AHCI SATA Controller Mode selection to allow for the installation of the Linux operating system. This BIOS is NOT intended for use with machines running a Windows operation system,? the official changelog of the new BIOS version reads.

Drivers should allow Linux installation on any device
Lenovo confirmed from the very beginning that installation of Linux on its devices was possible with the right drivers, but the company didn?t say a single thing about updates that would be provided for the Yoga 900 Signature Edition.

?To improve system performance, Lenovo is leading an industry trend of adopting RAID on the SSDs in certain product configurations. Lenovo does not intentionally block cus... Read more

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My Lenovo Y700 has been suffering from an issue since October of 2016, one which I imagine many people on this forum (or at least those of you who have also purchased this laptop model) are aware of. The issue itself wouldn't bother me, if it wasn't for Lenovo's gross negligence and seeming apathy towards customers with the issue. Here is the story behind my infuriation:I bought the Lenovo Y700-15ACZ laptop back in February from my local Best Buy, at the cost of nearly 900USD (including tax), to replace my old Dell laptop, and up until late October I was relatively satisfied with the purchase. Then Windows sent out their latest updates for the AMD graphics driver. At this time, I had no idea what was going on, so I brought the laptop to Geek Squad, at the same Best Buy from which I bought the computer. They explained to me that the issue was caused by an incompatibility between the built-in motherboard graphics card and the AMD video card, a result of the most recent graphics update at the time. So, I had them roll back the computer to before the update in question was released, and disable all automatic updates. It's a good temporary solution, but as many of us probably know, disabling updates means that security updates, as well as graphics updates, will not install, thus putting my computer at an increased risk of malware infection. So, after three months of leaving my Lenovo update-less, I decided that I've tempted fate long enough, and called Geek Squad to arrange an app... Read more

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What is happening with Lenovo System Update? We are getting an error that the package catalog is being updated? We have several models here and its happening on all of them. I can't find anything relating to this update on any Lenovo site, and the response I got from calling support was "Sorry." They were also not able to tell me when they think this will be fixed. EDIT: Spelling.

























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Hello everyone, Since about five days ago, everytime I turn on my laptop, it starts normally. It goes into the black-background lenovo startup with a white loading symbol. Then, after maybe 5 rotations of the dots in the loading symbol, it freezes. It does not progress into starting up. At this point, I usually turn off my laptop by holding the power button. If I don't turn it off myself, it turns off automatically a few minutes later.  Every 2 or 3 times I turn on my computer, instead of the loading symbol, it turns into a "Preparing Automatic Repair" mode. I have seen the loading symbol for this mode but then it disappears and nothing happens and it turns off automatically after ten minutes or so. I've seen the same solution that help others with the same problem which is to take out the DVD from the laptop. I did this and my problem has not changed.  edit: g500 to g505

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Hello everyone, Since about five days ago, everytime I turn on my laptop, it starts normally. It goes into the black-background lenovo startup with a white loading symbol. Then, after maybe 5 rotations of the dots in the loading symbol, it freezes. It does not progress into starting up. At this point, I usually turn off my laptop by holding the power button. If I don't turn it off myself, it turns off automatically a few minutes later.  Every 2 or 3 times I turn on my computer, instead of the loading symbol, it turns into a "Preparing Automatic Repair" mode. I have seen the loading symbol for this mode but then it disappears and nothing happens and it turns off automatically after ten minutes or so. I've seen the same solution that help others with the same problem which is to take out the DVD from the laptop. I did this and my problem has not changed.  edit: g500 to g505

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Hello I've got a Lenovo y50 laptop that comes with a great app called Lenovo Energy Manager, this app comes with a great feature called conservation mode which makes it keep the battery at only 60%. Now after upgrading to Windows 10 I still have the app installed, but conservation mode no longer works. Does anyone with experience about Lenovo laptops with this feature know anything I can do to fix it?

A:Lenovo y50-70 Problems after Win 10 update

Hi and Welcome to TSF!

Sounds like Lenovo hasn't fully updated the app yet. You will have to wait for them to do that.

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How can I get the Lenovo update tool to work properly?  I've asked it to scan my system a number of times and says everything is up to date but then I find the updated drives (that I don't have) on the Lenovo site or on some other third party site. Is there some way to actually make this work or does someone have a suggestion for a program that actually does as advertised?

A:Lenovo Y50-70 Update Tool

Dear Turfy
 
Welcome in lenovo community
 
Kindly be informed that the updated driver on lenovo support page are released for the newest manufactured machine even if it's the same model, As long the application didn't ask you to install any updated softwares so nothing required to be installed
 
Let me know
 
Thanks
 




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bought this recently, and must say that i am pretty pissed. i did installation of windows 7 on it and it worked fine for some 10 days till it got BSOD cause of bad system info and couldnt even load into windows. only solution was to reinstall. i did fresh install and i got BSOD with fresh install after only few days. checked internet for solution and saw that you could select windows 7 os in bios for optimized settings that should prevent BSOD. but no option for windows 7 in bios. only for win 8 and other OS. i thought ok, i will just download latest bios and flash it. but what happened when i downloaded bios (a2cn38ww) from support page?i got this message "your machine does not match with this bios". so does anyone know where i can actually  download correct bios, or how to contact lenovo support so they can tell me where to download bios?

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Hi, I am trying to update my X230 with latest drivers. Sadly I have encountered an issue which you can see on the attached image. Is that a reason for concern or just a bug? Is there a way to fix it?

























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Own a Thinkpad E550 for a few weeks now. OS is windows 10. When I start up I always get a screen with a Lenovo update invitation. It is always the same update text. I do not understand why the message, although I accept the update, comes back and again. By checking the laptop I cannot find any (previous) similair Lenove updates.Can someone explain this to me please. text: ...a10ba61c75c82d_0001.0005_a24dod71655ed94\lsb.exe

A:Lenovo update message

I just updated one of my machines to W10 from W7.  When looking for one driver on the lenovo site I ran a EXE called service bridge that would intentify my PC and the drivers it needed that W10 did not find.  All worked well except the service bridge keep running at startup with the pop up to install. 
 
Solution is to go to uninstall programs in W10 and uninstall the service bridge program.
 
Also a big thanks for Lenovo for replying to this issue they caused.  I'll say it as it is.
 
 
Moderator comment: Post edited to conform with the Community Rules. Keep it clean.

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I have a Lenovo y50. Just now i was trying to update my bios but during the process my system was stuck. Its been in this state for about an hour and i dont know what to do. kindly help me with this issue. I have uploaded the picture of the state in which my screen is stuck right now.
Thanks!

A:Lenovo Y50 Update Issue

Contact Lenovo. If you power it down, you can end up with a dead laptop.

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 Lenovo H50-50 B?OS UPDATE PROBLEM W?NDOWS 8.1  My Computer started slow opening after bios update! Can I install the old bios version? Now Version IEKT40AUS  

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"...Please try again later." This problem has persisted two weeks. I've shut down, restarted, etc. and its still not working. What gives?

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hello.
my lenovo laptop wont start after i turned it off.
yesterday evening i let it on to do the update and when a wake up 8 hours later it whas still in the same process.
i whatched it and when its finished it starts up again and says the same en starts deleting the last update.
every time it finishes the update it starts up again.
 
i readed on this site that removing the batt. for 24 hour may be helpful.
how can i bypass the update so i can use it again?
 
exuse me for my bad english

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Hi there!I recently bought a Lenovo B430 with a Celeron B830 inside and was thinking about upgrading to an Ivy Bridge CPU. My question is: do I have to do any BIOS update on it? My BIOS version is HOET36WW from 2012-08-20Thanks in advance and sorry for the bad english!

A:Lenovo B430 BIOS update

Hi Rodrigovhn,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community Forums!
 
I?m sorry to inform that Lenovo B430 Laptop is only compatible with the Celeron processor range as Ivy Bridge new technology the Motherboard/System board will not be compatible with the normal working of the computer, this is the reason the BIOS update is only available for Celeron processors only.
 
Do post us back for further queries.
 
Best Regards

Shiva Kumar





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Friends from Lenovo,I just need to ask you a simple question. I tried to update the Lenovo Solution Center application of my notebook Lenovo ThinkPad X220 (from version 3.3.004 to version 3.4.002), and it appears a message saying the OS is not the right one of the application. Could you please tell me which version of Windows 10 do I need to have installed on my notebook (currently I have the version 1607, build 14393.576) to install the latest version of the Lenovo Solution Center application?Thanks a lot,Cristin PalauSpoiler (Highlight to read)  

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Hi, I have a Horizon 27 and recently updated it to Windows 8.1. After that, Lenovo Aura does not seem working. It does not give an error but just terminates after the splash screen. To try re-install it, I dont see an option to download it from anywhere (I have gone through the thread in which someone ordered the original application CDs from customer service). My one year warrantly has finsihed. Can I still ask the support to devlier me CDs. Any help regarding this would be appreciated. Thanks










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A:Lenovo Aura not working after update

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Hello, a few months back I did a driver update for Nvidia. Afterwords my screen started blinking randomly. After tinkering with stuff for hours I finally got it to stop after doing a intel graphics and bios update.  Fastforward to a couple days ago. I updated Nvidia again to play some new game and now the blinking is back. However there does not seem to be a intel or bios update to try the same solution.  Any help?

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Hi all, Need help on my Lenovo G40-70 that I've just bought 6 months ago where I accidently bricked the laptop after BIOS update. It seems during the BIOS updating process it when well but after 2nd reboot there's some message on the screen that the BIOS failed to update factory setting and it freeze on the message for quiet sometimes. After a long wait I decided to long press Start button for hard reboot. Then the scary part comes in where it seems the laptop can't longer shows the Lenovo logo & cannot even boot to Windows, just black screen. Hope anyone can help me on this and give some advice on what I'm going to do. I would like to tried myself first before ending up with warranty claim since I'm worried I've brick the warranty due to wrong BIOS update procedure....











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A:Lenovo G40-70 Bricked by BIOS Update

hi mahdhir2005,
 
Im sorry to hear that.
 
  I would suggest you call the Lenovo Technical Team regarding the Issue. If it is the BIOS that's causing the issue then there maybe no source or option to have it fixed without they're help or service.
 
  If the BIOS software you downloaded was from a legit Lenovo Site and correct model, then I think It will be ok to Just report them what happened and ask for possible option.
 
Hope this helped
Thanks!
 
 




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I Really frustrated from the lack support of the laptop G580, there is no support for windows 10, no drivers, no BIOS update, I keep trying to found solutions without any luck, recently I bought an Original Lenovo Battery but my laptop does not charging it and keep say unauthorized battery, i tried every solution in the world but none is worked, one solution leave it at the end is to update the Bios, currently i have 62CN40WW and the next version is 62cn97ww_64.exe but lot of peoples having bugs and problems with this new version without any solution, also there is no version for windows 10, so i can't take the rest damage my motherboard as I just changed it. 

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In lenovo companion system update under the headline of installation history it shows me updates that i have already installed  and when i check for new updates it shows again the same updates. Anyone know how to fix this ?

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