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Fedora Linux and Lenovo ideapad 110

Q: Fedora Linux and Lenovo ideapad 110

I have a Lenovo ideapad 110 and I replaced Windows with Fedora Linux. I have overwritten the recovery partition, is my warranty now void? Or is there some kind of hidden partition to recover Windows 10 Home. (I don't need it, I just want to know about the warranty).

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Hello everyone, I purchased a new Lenovo Ideapad 320 on March 27th, 2018. I have the following configuration on my Lenovo Ideapad 320:-Processor: Core i5 7th GenerationRAM: 4 GBHDD: 2 TBOS: Windows 10 Home Edition I installed VmWare Workstation as I intended to use Fedora 26 virtual machine on it. However, the entire system hangs when I do that.  Any suggestions as to what is lacking/ required on the system to use Fedora 26 in the VmWare without hanging. I don't have any problems when I run Fedora 26 in VmWare on a Dell laptop of my friend. I would really appreciate it if some one could reply ASAP; as I am a freelancer (I have to meet some committed deadlines). Thanks & Regards.  

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Hello,I am thinking about buying a notebook and the new IdeaPad 530s (15") series looks promising. But since I need to be able to use linux i was wondering if there is proper driver support (touchpad, sound, fingerprint-scanner, ...) at this point. If not, when can we expect it? Best regards!

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Well, I'm building my first pc but I want to run Linux by itself for a while. My pc has ne OS on it right now. Actually, I just finished putting it together. I was wondering if you guys could give me some help on this subject. These are my system specs.
Mobo- Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe
CPU- AMD Athlon64 4000
RAM- 1gb MEM (2 512M sticks)
HD- Western Digital 250GB

As I said before, I don't have any operating system on my pc yet. Can I still install Linux?

A:Fedora Linux

Yes. Burn the iso(s) you download to cd/dvd, boot from that, follow onscreen directions.

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Ok, so I have a Toshiba P205 and I bought windows 7 32-Bit. At the time I really didn't understand the difference between 32 and 64 bit. When I found out that it was just on how the processors were managed and if your computer could run 64-Bit it's probably better to run it, especially if you have 4 GB of ram.

Well, when I downloaded and installed Fedora 64 Bit, I get the message

BOOTMGR could not be found. Press CTRL ALT DELETE to reboot. Well I did that.

I tried using Windows 7 start up disk to see if I could repair the problem but it says that Windows 7 could not be found, well I reformatted my computer and deleted my entire hard drive to start fresh. I did that installed windows 7 again and also Fedora. I really want to keep both, is there a way to have both of these programs running in harmony or am I out of luck?

A:Windows 7 32-Bit and Linux Fedora 64-Bit

Try using two partitions, one for Win 7 & one for Fedora.

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well one of my friends though it would be cool to boot linux fedora core 5 onto his laptop to see what it was like, and now it has screwed up his laptop and he cant reinstall windows, any ideas??

A:Help with linux fedora core 5

What do you mean by screwed up his laptop? Reinstalling Windows is easy. Just put the Windows CD in, reboot and follow the instructions. If you can say what the problem exactly is with Fedora, peeps can lend a hand here maybe.

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Hey, I tried installing Fedora core, I went through it all came to the install bit it it give me "Unhandled Error" and a BIG list of stuff (Cant copy and paste or print) im not sure if im partitioning my hard drive correct.

Can some one help me partition and install linux correct? thanks.

A:Need help installing Linux Fedora 5

What do you need to know? Ask and i will answer to the best of my knowledge.

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Why are all linux browsers so frigging slow, compared to windows, for example IE or Mozilla loads an average page in about 5 seconds max with highspeed internet (3 mb) but when using linux it takes about 30 if not more with same connection, does anybody know how to fix this or if there are any other browsers for fedora 4

A:Linux Browsers (Fedora Core 4 and others)

Try Opera - the fast browser

In Linux you can use Mozilla, Firefox, Opera, Konqueror, IE

If it is still slow with Opera, then you should look over the Linux network connection setup - you may have done something wrong.

If it's only slow with Mozilla/Firefox, then you should look into updating your graphics drivers - it is usually GTK2 rendering that makes these browsers slow on Linux.

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Just wondering if this is possibe.


A:Access Fedora linux files from windows 8 / 8.1

Found this: How to Access Linux Partitions (ext2, ext3, ext4) From Windows in Dual-Boot System?

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So I'm trying Fedora. It's installed on a separate hard drive then my XP and 7, but I would like to know the way to get Fedora in my Dual boot screen while keeping Windows in control. Could anyone help ? All I could find was way to let fedora handle it.

I don't want fedora in control. And no, I won't run it in virtual before anyone propose it.

A:Dual boot windows 7/linux (Fedora)

I notice EasyBCD 2.0 beta has a Linux tab on its Add/Remove tab.

It works wonders with Windows dual boots, so I'd give it a try.

You have to do a quick registration to use the beta.

Post back for more help or with results so others can benefit.

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Hi, I've just installed Linux Fedora 19 within my Win7. I was expecting that I'm going to use some 3rd party software to create Dual-Boot, but Linux did it all by itself. So I guess the using of software like Grub is not needed, or?

A:Dual-Boot Win7 and Linux Fedora 19

Fedora installed Grub for you. I have several linux distros on my vista lap top and grub handles them all.

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Hello friends, I have owned several HP computers and printers - have had only good experiences. However, I don't like Windows op systems. Back in the day I installed various version of Linux directly on to computers with Windows already installed. I never experienced a problem before this. I simply popped in the bootable Linux install disk and all went well. The Linux simply over wrote/destroyed the Windows OSWith this very beautiful and wonderful "Silver Fusion" with Intel Core i3-6100U Processor and Intel HD Graphics 520, I have had no success installing the linux op sys. I have a brand new "out of the box" (purchsed some years ago), 64 bit Fedora 14.When I insert the DVD it spins a bit and then all is quiet. On one attempt I was presented, for about 15 seconds with a Linux file folder with folders inside that may have held the entire Linux op sys. I have not been able to find this file/folder anywhere on the win 10 system. It has been about ten years since I messed around with this stuff so I am not sure what I would do with the file if I did find it.     I really like this new HP cpmputer and I would seriously like to find a way to install a version of Fedora Linux.Perhaps I need to purchase a more recent version of Fedora???  Perhaps in my golden years I have missed something really simple???Any ideas?       Thank you, jatwater

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In my university, each student has to identify himself before using the internet by login into university domain. In WinXP, there is no problem with joining domain. But in FedoraCore2, I don't know how to join domain or find any place that I can input my username and password to join.

Up to now, I can not use internet with FC2. Can anyone help me to solve this problem?
Thank you.

A:Linux Fedora Core2 : how to connect to internet

You can set up Samba to act as a domain member computer and if you add Winbind then you can "log into" the domain. Whether it actually would let you use the internet depends on how exactly the authentication is set up in your university.

You are better off talking to the IT people on site - they know how the system works and will be able to help you more.

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Hi there:

I have followed the instructions of installing mysql in tar.gz form

I am at the part of running it with

Starting the MySQL Database
# su -
# cd /usr/local/mysql
# bin/mysqld_safe --user=mysql &
Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /usr/local/mysql/data

It looks like the MySQL starts and then automatically end by itself.

The error message is :
"STOPPING server from pid file /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.pid
050119 16:00:47 mysqld ended"

I then go to check the contents of this mysql.pid and it does not exist when I cat. Actually the folder /var/run/mysqld/ does not even exist in /var/run/ .

Can you guys lend me some insight as to what went run in my install of mysql, in terms of newbie language for linux.

thanks a lot

PS I did run script as req for the grant files.
# su -
# cp mysql-standard-4.0.20-pc-linux-i686.tar.gz /usr/local
# cd /usr/local
# gunzip mysql-standard-4.0.20-pc-linux-i686.tar.gz
# tar xvf mysql-standard-4.0.20-pc-linux-i686.tar
# ln -s mysql-standard-4.0.20-pc-linux-i686 mysql
# cd mysql

# scripts/mysql_install_db --user=mysql

A:Trying to start up MySQL on Linux Machine in Fedora Core 3

Any responses to your post?

Hi...I've been encountering the same problem with MySQL...when I look at the logfile it says that it can't create/write mysqld.pid and then says can't find a host.frm file. (Sorry...I meant to write down the exact message, but I was in a hurry this morning and can't remember the path).

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hey guys i have vista home installed ....

i got the bootable usb with linux

but i need to create a partition for it... the problem is the whole drive is 1 partition for vista? i have 55gigs of unused hd space. how can i create a partition in that unused space so i can install linux?

A:Solved: dual boot vista and linux (fedora)

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Hey guys;

I have installed Windows XP and Fedora Core 5 linux as dual boot. I use both of them and they both work fine. However, I have given Linux too much disk space, like 15GB, which I believe is way too much, besides I need some extra space for my windows xp. I have tried Partition magic but it can't work with "ext3" partitions. I tried to uninstall Fodora, but when I did, windows xp won't load because it was using the BootLoader by Fedora (which was removed). So I had to install fedora again on 15GB partition. I want to keep Fedora but with less disk space (or partition). How to deal with this problem?

Is there a way to resize "ext3" partition? or Is there a way to uninstall fedora and make my windows XP load up? How to deal with it?

thank you.

A:Fedora Core 5 linux & windows XP dual boot

You probably have an ancient version of Partition Magic. Try something newer.

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I have a new Z Book G3 that came with Windows 10 pre-installed. It has two disks. The firstis a 1 TB spinning disk and the other is a 256 GB SSD. Nothing is on the SSD. I'm attempting to create a dual-boot machine with Fedora Core 24 as the other OS. I've resized the Windows partition using Disk Management, and that seems to have been successful because I can still boot into Windows 10. I've tried to install FC 22 and various versions of FC 24, as well as Ubuntu 16.04 with no success. I'm using FC iso DVDs in a USB DVD drive as the install media. The installation from the live meda FC disk goes well until a certain point. The last line printed to the screen by the installer is always: [ OK ] Started User Manager for UID 1000 Then it hangs forever. There are hundreds of lines before that line, but I can't figure out how to capture them. The lines just above the failure are: [ OK ] Created slice User Slice of liveuserStarting User Manager for UID 1000[ OK ] Started Session 1 of user liveuser I've got Secure Boot disabled and Legacy Boot enabled in the BIOS. I've also tried the "Troubleshooting" low-res graphics installation option of the FC iso DVDs. Same result. I've checked the integrity of the installation iso's using SHA256SUM. I've had similar (not identical) problems with Ubuntu. Anyone have any suggestions for how I can install linux on this Z Book? Chad

A:Z Book G3 Failure to Install linux (Fedora or Ubuntu)

When I try to install Ubuntu 16.04, I can get to the Ubuntu installation screen, which asks if I want to try Ubuntu, or install it, etc. I choose install, and I see the following: [  0.000000] efi: requested map not found.[  0.000000] esrt: ESRT header is not in the memory map.[ 9.330271] nouveau 0000:01:00.0: priv: HUB0: 614900  008000000 (1a408200)[ 44....        ] NMI watchdog: BUG: soft lockup - CPU #1 stuck for 21s! [plymouthd: 1539] Then it continues telling me CPU #1 is stuck. On other tries, CPU #2 is stuck. nouveau is a clue that there is something going on with the video driver?  

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I did a fresh install of Linux Fedora 12 and discovered that this new version of Fedora doesn't like my Nvidia GeForce 9800 GTX graphics card. I tried numerous installation techniques but they failed every time. I scoured the forums for answers but no single answer would work. Finally, I rearranged the steps from a couple of different forums and it worked. If you're having trouble getting your Nvidia card installed in Fedora 12, then give this a try. Let me know if it works.
Nvidia Driver Install for Fedora 12[
Edit the /boot/grub/grub.conf file using Gedit
Open a Terminal Window
Login as superuser (enter "su" at the command prompt, and press Enter.)
You'll be prompted for your password. Type it in and press Enter.
Paste ?gedit /boot/grub/grub.conf? into command prompt, and then press Enter.
Find the kernel line in the grub.conf file. It will say something like ? kernel /vmlinuz- ro root=UUID=XXX rhgb quiet?
After the word ?quiet?, paste ?nouveau.modeset=0?
Save and close the grub.conf file.
At the Terminal prompt, paste ?setsebool -P allow_execstack on? and press enter.
At the Terminal prompt, paste ?yum --enablerepo=rp*g install kmod-nvidia.$(uname -m) xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs.i686 xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs.x86_64?
Exit all instances of Terminal.

Well, that's what worked for me. I'm running Fedora 12 in 1680x1050 screen resolution using my Nvidia GeForce 9800GT... Read more

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hii, i was using ubuntu10.10 alongside win7 but for some reasons i have to uninstall ubuntu ...so i deleted that linux partition , installed win7 bootloader to mbr ..fine ..but i was unable to resize my c drive with that unallocated space i created , by deleting linux partition , so bcoz of that i formatted that drive with ntfs and start useing to store data ....but when i again try to install ubuntu , i go for option "try ubuntu" but it hang up so i restarted ...and when i try to install fedora it says gnome and gvfs crash ...so i was wondering ...did i mess with my system ...now what to do plz help
have a look at my disk manegement ....

crash & warning showed as soon as dekstop was prepare ( note that i had not even installed f14...i was about too but this error drive me crazy and make me confuse ? )

the proper error of fedora 14 is ,

1.gnome disk utility 2.32.0-1fc14
reson process/usr/libexec/gdu-notification deamon was killed by signal 6(SIGABRT)
crash count :1

2.crash & warning showed as soon as dekstop was prepare
gvfs crash 1.6.4-2,fc14
reason process/usr/libexec/gvfs-gdu-volume monitor was killed by signal 6(sigabrt_
crash count :2

so now tell wheather i should install f14 frm this cd or make another ? or what to do i need to install fedora 14 now ...plz help should i avoid that error and begin with installation ( bcoz i have back up image on portable hdd)but still i want to take advantage of both fedora and win7

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A:trouble installing fedora 14 and ubuntu after deleting linux partition

Be careful with Fedora 14. You have separate partitions and one thing Fedora does is merge all partitions into one logical volume group. You have a backup
partition which contains drivers for your computer/laptop, ideally I would make a copy of this data before you install.

Is there some reason you prefer Fedora over Ubuntu? Both use Gnome 2.32 as the desktop, with the addition that Ubuntu 11.04 will install Unity desktop as well.

Unfortunately you cant tell much from the windows partition manager as drives are just assigned a letter, and you can only have 4 primary partitions.
Post on the linux forum if youre happy with your windows setup, Wmorri is Fedora Ambassador, but when you do please provide the following information.
Boot with the Ubuntu CD in Live mode (or try before installing). It will pick up your network, open a terminal and post output of:

fdisk -l

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Yahoo website stopped opening in my Linux Fedora 14 Laptop about ten days back

Used nmap like this about one day before that:

nmap -A -T4 in.yahoo.com

How to find out if Yahoo has blocked my machine as an attacker ?
Browser (SeaMonkey) says "Connected to in.yahoo.com" and then quickly goes to "Waiting for in.yahoo.com...".
After a few seconds even that message goes away from the browser status bar and the window remains blank.

It is a difficult situation as I depend a lot on yahoo email. Have used yahoo as my main email for over 15 years and never had such problems.

What is blocking the page from loading ?
Entered the address which quickly brings up the yahoo main page at http://failsafe.fp.yahoo.com/
However this page does not go to the mail page even after clicking the mail links.

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Good day, This post is to comment about my experience of installing Fedora 28 in my MiiX 310. I will be brief, I just installed yesterday and I am checking multiple things recently. First, you don't need to put "nomodeset" "i915.modeset=1" on grub in Fedora 28, it runs without that. It will take a little time and the screen will look weird for some minutes but bear with it and you will get into desktop without problems. Installation runs great without problems (I didn't activate the wifi card). The only thing you have to do manually is rotating the screen, you can do it in grub or using "xrandr --output DSI-1 --rotate right" without "sudo". You have to calibrate the touchscreen when you put it into panoramic view, check this guide how to do it: https://esc.sh/blog/linux-on-lenovo-miix-320/ So far, the external SD is recognized and works ok. I am having problems with the sound but I will try blacklisting a module some people mentioned  before. Camera is not working and there is no work around (yet). I will try the "disablewhiletyping" option with libinput for the touchpad. I am using Fedora 28 Xfce spin. I have it updated with only the official opensource repos.   If any of you had luck activating the camera, let me know please. I hope this brief and humble post is helpful to anyone. Cheers  PD:  Sorry, english is not my native language but I wanted to share this in the english forum (spanish is my native languag... Read more

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I wanted to install linux system besides windows 10. So I had been starting instalattion of Fedora, yet it finished wrong. System didn't opened despite turning off secure boot and UEFI. So, I deleted partition with Fedora. I had installed Ubuntu and it was an enormous error. Whole UEFI (BIOS) was out of order. I need to have my computer repaired. Fortunately, I had a few months of guarantee. After this,I learned about errors with ubuntu. Now, I think about this. Linux is banned for Lenovo Flex 2 Pro.

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i have some questions regarding dual booting windows 7 home premium x64 with linux fedora 14 on dual independantly dedicated drives. i am a college student with moderate computer (windows) knowledge but am doing software development and would like to play around with some linux for a class. i have no prior experience with linux and have minimal knowledge of operation. i am currently running windows 7 and would like to keep it as my primary os. i do not wish to share media files across drives or os's, windows does that just fine as is and i dont want to get into a third drive. my current drive is a 1tb wd black caviar hdd. it is also currently 2/3rds full and the desktop is about 6 months old so i would rather not partition the drive for a dual boot. i would think that there are some other advantages for the os's operating independantly off their own drives other than if one hdd dies i should still have the other with its os still ok. i have read some topics about RAID configs with dual boot setups with dual drives like this but am not very familiar with RAID. is there a RAID config that would be beneficial in this situation? i currently do not have a RAID card. my tower internals are not very accessible and i dont like the idea of disconnecting drives depending on which os i want to operate. so what would be the best way of going about this? this is a near future project so i am looking for someone with some experience in this area hopefully.
thanks - garrett

A:windows 7 and linux fedora dual boot with dual drives

Hi garrettchatt and welcome to Windows 7 Forums

Are you trying to ask something? There's nothing there.

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,Comment proceder a l'ouverture du cache cd?
French to English translation.....
How to open the cd cache?
Mod's Edit: Google translated for benefit of English readers. Since this is an English forum, please post in English as it will ensure a better response. Thanks!

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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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Hey guys, I have a Lenovo Ideapad IdeaPad 100 14ibd - win10 and basically im planning on formatting my laptop to get rid of all the stuff/unknown files that are terribly slowing down my ram. But im still new to this process so im wondering if using Lenovo's Onekey recovery is a good thing but then i saw the Reset this PC feature of windows is another thing. My question is, what would be the more recommended thing i should do to get my laptop to its original state just like the new windows 10, or are there any difference within those  two?PS: I got my back up files all set from this laptop to my external hd already Thank you!

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Hello I recently reset my ideapad 510-15ikb using the lenovo recovery usb method. After reset the Device make in Lenovo Vantage shows IDEAPAD not ideapad 510, also the battery gauge / vantage toolbar is not present anymore.

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I want to know that Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB Laptop Internal Solid State Drive (MZ-M5E250BW) is compatible with my laptop?

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Hey I have a lenovo ideapad y700 15ISK I recently switched to parrot native (debian based linux os) naturally I am having some issues with drivers. Noticably the back lit keyboard and the gaming fan. I prefer linux and don't like using windows. I can't seem to find drivers... Does lenovo have drivers for linux? Thanks.

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Hi ! I am the proud owner of a Lenovo Ideapad 510s Linux. I replaced Windows by Ubuntu Gnome, does that affect the warranty? Thanks.

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Hi - the current version of the ideapad 710s BIOS does not allow changing of the SATA/drive mode from RAID to AHCI. As a result, it is pretty much impossible to install Linux onto these systems. I've tried multiple combinations of things - completely wiped the drive, disabled UEFI, Secure Boot and enabled Legacy mode, etc - and nothing works.  The currently locked SATA mode basically prevents Linux from even seeing the SSD.  I've tried the latest versions of Ubuntu and Gentoo - both with the same result. Is there any reason why this setting is not exposed?  Are there any plans to expose it?  

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Lenovo Ideapad 700 i5-6300 /  8GB RAM  / 500GB HDD / GTX950M ORLenovo Ideapad Y700 FX-8800P / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD / Radeon R9 M380 4GBWhich one of those will perform better in GAMING? Does any of these two got GPU throttling problems?Which is best suited for a gamer?Thanks in advance. 

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Hello,  I have read some other posts on installing Linux onto a Ideapad 100s but have gotten anywhere. I am trying to install Kali Linux 2016.1-i386. I've made both a 32bit and 64bit usb installer but the Lenovo only reads "Windows Boot Manager" rather than my USB i have disabled secure boot and such. I would just love some help getting an ISO to run on my Lenovo. Thank you

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I recently just got a new Ideapad 100s and I have Windows 10 currently installed on the computer. I want to start using Linux, but I can't seem to boot the OS from my USB key. I have reached the BIOS on the computer, but there seems to be minimal options for the user to change. Below are links to two images of how the BIOS and Boot Menu look like currently. As you can see, the USB option is not available in the Boot Menu. Can someone instruct me on which settings I should change in order to start using Ubuntu? 
Boot Menu
Mod's Edit: System model added to front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.

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moved discussion here: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Linux-Discussion/Ideapad-720-Battery-Threshold-Linux/td-p/4158912

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Hi there! I've read a lot about issues with the RAID & AHCI standard with newer Lenovo laptops. But can't seem to find any information regarding the status of the 510s. (80UV001PMX) I would really like to buy the laptop because it's got amazing specs for the price.Has anyone here tried installing Linux on it and knows if it works or not? Preferably I would like to set up a dual-boot. Cheers and I hope to hear if someone here has got some info regarding this!Regards,Fred

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