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Yoga 720 Lenovo boot logo. Is there a way to change it? (should be the same for every new Yoga).

Q: Yoga 720 Lenovo boot logo. Is there a way to change it? (should be the same for every new Yoga).

I've been looking around and found a few people who are very displeased with the logo startup/boot logo (example1, example2), but no way to change it as of yet. Is it possible without too much hassle? I know it's not a big deal but the logo is simply terrible in so many ways. If nothing, then at least I'm raising awareness and maybe Lenovo will choose a better graphic designer for our collective startup screens. I mean, seriously? Is that the best you could come up with?


























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A: Yoga 720 Lenovo boot logo. Is there a way to change it? (should be the same for every new Yoga).

I do not know of any way to easily change it without hackging the BIOS, nor would I waste time trying to do so since it is just the boot logo, and I am just happy to have it boot up.

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Hello, My Lenovo yoga 3 pro 1370 is barly 5 months old, this morning when i tried to switch it on. it is stuck at the lennovo screen.I treid accssing the BIOS screen but even if the press the button it still wont go past the lenovo logo screen.Please help  Thank you,Shyam Jampala

























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Was prompted to update the bios.  During restart the system never rebooted.  It's now in a state where no screen or sound comes.  Just a flash of the keyboard backlight, red i light, and green fn light.  Any suggestion how to bring it back to life?

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My Yoga 14 ( Type 20FY) cannot boot anymore.  It was fine in the morning, but refused to boot afternoon after being shipped around on a luggage cart.  Now it only lights up the keyboard after power on, and then does nothing, no Lenovo logo, no beep to signal any error. I had tried the following methods to no avail, draining out onboard battery, pushing the emergency reset hole, disconnecting onboard battery and CMOS battery.  Every time it failed to boot after reconnecting it with AC power.  I also connected it with external monitor over hdmi, but nothing to show up after boot it up. The machine is configured with multi-boot to several Linux flavors and Windows 10, so I am knowledgeable to be quite sure it is not a software problem.  Please help me!

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After a recent update (i'm assuming) my Yoga 900 is a disturbing state. When I power it up, Lenovo logo shows up (for the BIOS)...then nothing comes on the screen. No Windows 10 Logo boot screen with loading circles. Nothing, just black.Then, if I press any key on the keyboard, the Windows 10 Lock screen shows up asking for my password. I've been trying to solve this issue but no luck at the moment. Any idea?

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I'm running the latest version of Windows 10 (Anniversary Update - Build 14393.693) clean installed on  a Yoga 2 Pro (20266 / 80AY) BIOS 76CN43WW. The "Lenovo Yoga  Mode Control" version 2.0.0.9 (ymc.exe) has consistently crashed every day for the last few months. Crash reports are logged. Are there any plans to fix this issue any time soon? Best Regards,

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Hello , I want to change the ssd to 256gb. Possible?  Samsung 960 evo 500gb possible?Machine knowledge ;Lenovo Yoga 710 14isk  , 256gb M.2 SSD, 8gb Ram . Thanks 


























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Disclaimer: I received the Yoga 920 as a review loaner unit from Lenovo. All opinions are my own, nobody is paying for my review, and no one is reviewing this content before it's posted. 

                                                                     Left: Yoga 920 in Bronze. Right: Yoga 910 in Silver
 
On the surface, both the Yoga 910 and Yoga 920 look nearly identical, but in my testing, I prefer one over the other. Let's dig deeper to see the differences between the two!To get this out of the way, both machines have 1TB PCIe storage, 16GB memory, and the Yoga 910 has the 7th gen i7-7550U processor, and the Yoga 920 has the 8th gen i7-8550U processor. 
 
Hardware & Design
Both the Yoga 910 and Yoga 920 are built out of aluminum, which gives them a high quality feel to them.  Both laptops have the keyboard integrated into the chassis, which means less keyboard flex. One thing that I find better in the Yoga 920 is the fact that it's all smooth edges around.  The Yoga 910 has pretty sharp edges which means you could scratch your surface or yourself.  The sharp edges of the Yoga 910 was a common complaint, and I'm glad they rectified it. 
 
 
The Yoga 920 also has a little slit on the display lid that makes it much easier to open the lap... Read more

A:Battle of the Yogas: Lenovo Yoga 920 VS. Yoga 910 In-depth Comparison!!!

Awesome review mate! Very detailed indeed!

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I recently did a Windows 10 update to my Lenovo Yoge Ideapad  11 S on July 16th and now my touch screen does not work. When I check the drivers for my monitor and touch screen I noticed the driver was missing. I cannot get Lenovo or Microsoft to fix this. What else can I do to get that driver back ?

A:Lenovo Yoga Idea Pad Yoga 11 S touch screen issue

Hello Dws520Thanks for using the Lenovo forums.Was this the creators update?
If so, have a look on the following post, this should show if your device has been tested with the update yet:
https://support.lenovo.com/gb/en/solutions/ht503655
 
From what I can see, your unit does not seems to have made the list, which leads me to believe that this will be the cause of the issue, I would recommend that you revert back to the previous version of Windows, and observe if the fault still occurs or not.
 
Hope this helps, let us know how you get on.==================================================================================Did someone help you today? Thank them with a Kudo! If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"!
 
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HiI want change my wifi card. From manufacturer i have installed Inetl AC 3160. But i want change on AC 7260 or AC 7265 or AC 8260. My question is. Is this notebook has implement whitelist ? I know that Lenovo use whitelist in your computer.I dont know that this card which i want use will be working...?

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ok so as the title says when i change the volume by touching the volume icon and lowering the slider up or down a sound is played on the background indicating the current volume level which i find annoying  ps: this only happens if i used this particular method to change the volume.

A:lenovo yoga 900 volume change by on screen touch

My Yoga 900 of course has that same loud BING! when you adjust the volume using the slider, which I will admit is annoying.  But then I checked and my Dell desktop does as well when adjusting the volume slider using the mouse. In both cases you get the heading "Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio)" when you bring up the volume slider, so it would seem to be a feature of the Realtek Audio driver.  So the question is, can you find an alternate audio driver, one without the BING!?

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So I am trying to change the boot logo on the said laptop, The New Graphic one with the weird design, just google Ugly lenovo logo. so I downloaded a basic logo and converted it to a 16 bit bmp images less than 20kb and i am using the lenovo supplied Pheonixtools SCT flash for windows program, The working folder has, the BIOS.cap file, the rsp file which defines the parameters for the flash,  and the 32 and 64 bit GUI and dos exe and another dosflash file. to this i added my logo file which is l.bmp... now when ever from cmd i run the command "Winflash64.exe /logo l.bmp" it automatically detects the Bios.cap file and the Image but the process always fails at "SecureFlash Verification Fail", going through the help page doesnt help as there is no parameter to skip the file verification except for skipping the Date and time check of the bios....  any halp please !!!

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So, I have been searching all over the internet for this issue where the Yoga keyboard flashes and then nothing.  I have seen lots of YouTube videos of the problem, lots of forum posts describing it.  Sometimes, someone is able to do some sequence of hitting the reset button and holding the power button for over a minute that gets it up and running again, but the majority of the time, the problem still seems to be unresolved. Has anyone had this fix performed?  How much did it cost and where did you take your machine to have it done.  Mine is just out of warranty (figures!).  Thanks for your help.(Sent from a 12-year old Toshiba laptop that just keeps on running, sitting next to an 18 year old Lenovo that is useless.)

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When I go to turn on my laptop it start's up and then goes to the screen with the Lenovo logo, but it doesn't show the little pinwheel showing it's booting up, instead it alternates between a blank screen and the screen with the Lenovo logo endlessly.   I'm  not really sure what to do?

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Last night I was working on my laptop and it suddenly came up with the BIOS screen and said No Boot Device Found.  I restarted it and the Lenovo logo comes up, it shows as if it's loading then the screen goes black with a cursor and that's as far as it will go.  I was able to get it into safe mode without Network but it wouldn't let me run any virus software.  I have tried today to get back into safe mode with networking no go.  Now it won't even come up in safe mode without networking.  I'm getting very frustrated.  I have my Windows 10 USB that I used to install the upgrade so I tried that.  No go.  I made a bootable USB with AVG on it.  No go  Has anyone got any other ideas other than trash it?Please let me know I appreciate any help you can offer

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My Lenovo Yoga 720 only powers up if I press the power button and hold it for a long time (approximately 10 or 15sec). Otherwise it shows Lenovo Logo and freezes on that screen. I bought it recently and had this issue from the fisrt day. Can you please tell me what can cause this problem?

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Hmm, I love my Yoga 920, but the boot animation is just cringe worthy IMO. Is there a way to change this? I'm fine with the LENOVO text, but just not with that awkward cropped colorful background it comes with.

A:How to change boot animation on Yoga 920?

This might help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfNw5cKY6qI
 
 

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Recently unplugged power charger from yoga 3 14 and screen went blank.Tried to re power, tried reset button, tried power button 10sec reset.Power button shows light, keyboard backlight will light up and then go off power button light stays on but no display.Tried removing battery and reseating ram.Tried HDMI output to different monitor, nothing displayed.Removed and tested ssd hard drive and drive is ok.I am thinking there is a problem with the motherboard. appreciate any advice. 

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Hi community,

I am hoping that someone can help me get my laptop back to life.

I wanted to do a clean Windows 10 install on my Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro, which I have done once before without any problems. However this time when booting from the Win 10 boot USB drive nothing happened for a long time (several minutes), so I restarted and tried again, still the same. This was weird because I knew the boot USB was fine, as I had used it before for this purpose on this laptop. Next step was obviously making sure the USB device and boot files were good, so i tested on another PC and everything worked fine - now here comes the really weird part...after this I was not able to boot from the SSD (or the USB, or any other boot device) anymore, as soon as anything not related to the BIOS was booted, the screen would just be stuck at either the Lenovo logo screen or a blank screen. Boot failure also includes the Lenovo recovery option (accesible via the Novo menu)

I have tried a lot of things, but nothing seems to work:
- resetting the BIOS
- trying out any BIOS settings that would make sense in a boot context
- hard resetting the BIOS by unplugging the CMOS over a night (which worked, but didnt solve the issue)
- trying different USB boot images and formats (all working on similar PCs)

these are the facts/findings:
- BIOS seems to work fine
- boot devices are discovered in the BIOS boot manager and appear as they should (they're detected as intended)
- the boot devices tested works fin... Read more

A:Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro cannot boot (anything) anymore

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Hi, my Lenovo Yoga 2 13 (20344) doesn't boot anything: Linux live-sticks, Windows 7 and 8 install sticks all start to boot, but then suddenly stop. For the Linux-stick, see the picture. Windows 8 stops running that pointed circle, that shows somethings happening. Windows 7 brings a blank screen after the "Loading windows" bar.I've tried removing the battery, the WiFi card, the m.2 SSD, everything I could imagine was faulty, no change. I don't have an OS installed.Any ideas? 

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we've dealt with these problems before, unfortunately this time we cannot find the onekey recovery for this particular model.  ive scoured the net and come up null.  basically the system image and recovery image is corrupted on the msata ssd.  regular recovery media will not detect the ssd nor will the bios.  the OS partition is intact and not corrupt.  ive tried rebuilding the bcd to no avail.  normally we can generally get a system image from the manufacturer and backup files and reinstall via image, but Lenovo refuses to issue a recovery as the warranty expired on Jan 1st 2016.  So basically the customer is out a pricey computer because lenovo will not provide a recovery, even with serial and proof of purchase.  Traditional reinstall will not work either as it needs to be flashed via an image.  i find it to be ridiculous as the customer has no recourse to correct the issue.  i have verified the ssd is functioning correctly via an external adapter that I use to work with msata/m.2/mpcie etc.  Im at a loss here on what to do as Lenovo is zero help.  Does anyone here have the recovery for the yoga 2 pro please and thank you.

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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!
 
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Hello, Today morning after utilizing my laptop, all of my programs froze. I decided to shut down my computer after everything was frozen to try to reboot it, but I received the error Windows Boot Manager Failed. I tried utilizing many of the commons solutions to try to fix this problem such as changing the boot mode from UEFI to Legacy, but that did not work (also my hard drive was detected while I was in the BIOS menu).  I also tried to do a reinstallation of Windows because I thought something was wrong with the operating system, but every time I get past the Windows Logo (I put the Windows installation files onto a USB and set that as the priority when opening up the laptop), I get a blank screen after the logo finishes. This also happens when I tried to switch it back to Legacy. There I would get  a black screen. I was wondering what was wrong with the laptop? Is there any way for me to fix this? I also really need the files currently on the hard drive as they were not backed up. Please let me know if there is anything I can do. Thank you. I apologize for the very blurry screenshot, I just wanted to show what screen I get after getting past the Windows Screen. I cannot get past the Lenovo Screen if I try to access the USB from the boot menu.  

























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Hi everyone, My laptop (Lenovo Yoga 710 Ideapad 15IKB 80V5) is not able to start up. I recently had an issue with my audio, so I uninstalled the audio drivers, reset my laptop, and tried to reinstall them. When I reinstalled Realtek, it did not launch or show that it was installed on my computer (and I tried this multiple times).I then went to restore my laptop to the point before I uninstalled the driver in the first place. The restoration did not work for whatever reason, and I received the blue screen saying something about my PC not restarting properly and that it would try to fix itself. I continued to get that same blue screen for a few times, and then it gave me a different screen with varying start up/restore options. I tried almost all of them besides ones that have to do with USB restore files (which I do not have).They did not work. I then got a black screen on start up with only my cursor. I tried stickykeys, ctrl-alt-delete, windows key-volume up, and any other boot up combinations I could think of. Nothing worked and the screen never changed. I'm stumped and I have no idea what to do and I need some advice and help. Thanks in advance.

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Hello, Today morning after utilizing my laptop, all of my programs froze. I decided to shut down my computer after everything was frozen to try to reboot it, but I received the error Windows Boot Manager Failed. I tried utilizing many of the commons solutions to try to fix this problem such as changing the boot mode from UEFI to Legacy, but that did not work (also my hard drive was detected while I was in the BIOS menu).  I also tried to do a reinstallation of Windows because I thought something was wrong with the operating system, but every time I get past the Windows Logo (I put the Windows installation files onto a USB and set that as the priority when opening up the laptop), I get a blank screen after the logo finishes. This also happens when I tried to switch it back to Legacy. There I would get  a black screen. I was wondering what was wrong with the laptop? Is there any way for me to fix this? I also really need the files currently on the hard drive as they were not backed up. Please let me know if there is anything I can do. Thank you. I apologize for the very blurry screenshot, I just wanted to show what screen I get after getting past the Windows Screen. I cannot get past the Lenovo Screen if I try to access the USB from the boot menu.  

























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Hi Guys.Need help.I have Lenovo Yoga 2 11 ( 2years old). There was no issue till 2 days back. Have given the issue details below.Details :1. Laptop went into issue - " Windows is not responding" and then got shut down.2. Tried to restart. After booting, the screen did show that "Windows is attempting repair". It was in the same state for more than 24 hours.3. I did a hard shut down and tried to restart. But then it displayed "No Bootable device, hit any key".4. I downloaded Windows Recovery media (Windows 10 X64) to USB and booted from there to fix windows start up issue repair.5. After repair, tried to reboot. Faces the issue (point 3) again and again.6. Looked into the BIOS set up and found that nothing is there under 'EFI section'. The Boot mode is 'UEFI' and not allowing me to edit, so can't change it to Legacy.7. Browsed through Lenovo support forum and other web help for a day, tried everything, but not able to change boot set up or boot from harddrive.8. I thought Hard drive may have been disconnected, but on BIOS Information section, I can see Hard disk information. So it seems hard disk is good. Can anybody help me with valuable input please ? I have attached all the screenshots in this thread.Is Hard disk damaged ?What can be the cause behind it not booting from HD and not allowing me to change the Boot mode to Legacy ? No boot device found.BIOS Info with HD detailsBIOS Config sectiionBIOS Security sectionBIOS Boot sectionNo bootable device/option

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I have a Lenovo Yoga with a 1TB HDD.My laptop has been working perfectly fine until i updated audio driver, radeon driver bios and 2 windows 10. Upon restarting after updates installation, my laptop would not boot anymore. Upon restarting, i see the typical windows updating X%. I got to until 35% when the next time I check it was "reattempting installing updates" decises to leave it overnight since it was already 3am. this is what happened after I checked on it the morning after, first:Default Boot Device MissingGoogled and found a solution online and followed the following steps:step 1 ) Power on your laptopStep 2) Enter into Bios SetupStep 3) Goto Boot TabStep 4) Highlight Boot Mode, press Enter, swap from "UEFI" to "Legacy Support". Under that Swap UEFI to legacy FirstStep 5) goto EXIT tab and highlight Exit saving changes . Press Enter.Restart Your LaptopTurned laptop on and this is what I get next:Intel UNDI, PXE-2.1 (build 083)Copyright 1997-2000 Intel CorporationRealtek PCIe GBE Family Controller SeriesPXE-E61: Media test failure, check cablePXE-M0F: Exiting PXE ROM.No bootable device -- insert boot disk and press any key Don't know how to proceed after this.  Please see photo of latest bios status. 


























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Hi community, I am hoping that someone can help me get my laptop back to life. I wanted to do a clean Windows 10 install on my Yoga 2 Pro, which I have done once before without any problem. However this time when booting from the Win 10 boot USB drive nothing happened for a long time (several minutes), so I restarted and tried again, still the same. This was weird because I knew the boot USB was fine, as I had used it before for this purpose on this laptop. Next step was obviously making sure the USB device and boot files were good, so i tested on another PC and everything worked fine - now here comes the really weird part...after this I was not able to boot from the SSD (or the USB, or any other boot device) anymore, as soon as anything not related to the BIOS was booted, the screen would just be stuck at either the Lenovo logo or a blank screen. This also includes recovery (via the Novo menu) I have tried a lot of things, but nothing seems to work:- resetting the BIOS- trying out any BIOS setting that would make sense in this context- hard resetting the BIOS by unplugging the CMOS over a night (which worked, but didnt solve the issue)- trying different USB boot images and formats (all working on similar PCs) these are the facts/findings:- BIOS seems to work fine- boot devices are discovered in the BIOS boot manager and appear as they should- boot devices tried works fine on other PCs (no issues)- the Novo button usually works, but have stopped worki... Read more

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Hello people, I am trying to recover my laptop and re-install Windows 10 (from a usb stick) since One Key Recovery didn't work. At first the process was very fast, progress near completion within like 3 hours, but it got stuck in the point where "the system is being installed". It's been a total of 24 hours now since I have started. Is this normal? (I've attached a photo of the screen.) What do I do next? Please recommend me something I myself can do next, because I want to ensure I've perused all means before sending this device to repair if need be. Thank you.


























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I have the exact problem as many have reported on this forum and elsewhere.. My brand new LENOVO laptop is not powring up and I can not access the biosThe staus light and keybord back light just slowly flassesI have tried the press button for one minute and even diconnected the battery but to no satisfaction or resolution.In my case I can turn off the tablet if it is on battery and I press and hold the power button for 20 seconds. But the problem still manifests itself when I hit the power button or press the NOVO button.   If I am connected by the power charger I can not turn the unit off. If I hold down the power button the status light flashes Amber then white. I can not access the onetouch button and no information appears on the screen.  It appears as if the bios is not loading.This tabet is brand new.   I noticed that it has an older vesrsion of teh BIOS #32  current version is #37 I looked at the Service manual it it was useless. My next computer will be a HP if I can not resolve this issue. NOT HAPPY LENOVO

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Hi so I I was doing a factory reset on my Lenovo yoga 300, it got to around 50% and suddenly said an error has occurred, I clicked continue as that was the only option and it rebooted itself, now it's stuck on a never ending look, it gets to the Lenovo logo, stays for about 5 seconds and just reboots again, I don't know what to do, can anyone please help.

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Hi everyone, My laptop (Lenovo Yoga 710 Ideapad 15IKB 80V5) is not able to start up. I recently had an issue with my audio, so I uninstalled the audio drivers, reset my laptop, and tried to reinstall them. When I reinstalled Realtek, it did not launch or show that it was installed on my computer (and I tried this multiple times).I then went to restore my laptop to the point before I uninstalled the driver in the first place. The restoration did not work for whatever reason, and I received the blue screen saying something about my PC not restarting properly and that it would try to fix itself. I continued to get that same blue screen for a few times, and then it gave me a different screen with varying start up/restore options. I tried almost all of them besides ones that have to do with USB restore files (which I do not have).They did not work. I then got a black screen on start up with only my cursor. I tried stickykeys, ctrl-alt-delete, windows key-volume up, and any other boot up combinations I could think of. Nothing worked and the screen never changed. I'm stumped and I have no idea what to do or how to fix it. I could really use some help and advice. Thank you very much in advance! Katherine

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I truly loved Lenono products until now.  We bought a Lenovo Yoga 3 14. 2 weeks into the  use, it went to sleep or died and would not come back. We could nto reset it, hard boot it or anything (even tech support was stumped).  Our replacement was shipped and two weeks later, again it wont boot. So the questions. It said 63% battery at night. We plugged it in over night. In the morning, the power button would not start the machine. When plugged in, the battery light is a constant white. When unplugged, the battery light goes out. The power button, when plugged in, stays light but the power button light flashes and goes off. no combination of anything will get it to boot (like the last one).  1. Has anyone experienced this? 2. Is there a real hard boot/reset option?3. What in the heck could we have done to have the same thing happen to two machines? I am calling Lenovo tomorrow to get my money back, but I have searched google and here and have not see anyone with this problem (exactly) and even the close ones are not the same.  Help?!?!?!Don

A:Lenovo Yoga 3 14 does not boot/return from suspend...

Hi, I believe I have the same issue with my Yoga 3 14. I closed the lid to put the computer to sleep. The next time I opened the lid, the computer did not come back to life. Pushing the power button does nothing. I have no light whatsoever from the power button when the charger is plugged in. Basically the computer died on me a week and a half after receiving it. The fact that the replacement unit they sent you has the same issue has me a bit worried now... Regards, Jonathan

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My laptop showed a bluescreen earliert today " something went wrong" and then rebooted but hung up when the Lenovo Logo shows up. I tried to use the novo button to reach BIOS because three days ago I activated virtualization and thought maybe that causes trouble. However, when I pressed BIOS Setup, I got a black screen instead of BIOS and decided to turn it off after a while. Then I tried to get into BIOS again and it did not work anymore. I can't get in.  I can start the laptop, it shows the Logo, but that's it.  Tried all sorts of button-pressing without success. The only thing that changes something is ctrl+alt+del which makes the logo blink once and then it's back to being hung up.  Please- if anydbody has an idea, I don't wanna send it somewhere for two weeks and lose all my data.  Does anybody know if I lose warranty if I open it to safe my data btw? 

A:Lenovo Yoga 910 - crashed and does not boot properly

Hi ld4795, 
 
Greetings. 
 
Removing the hard drive for backup or even for upgrade should not void the warranty but it would still be best to call in technical support to inform them of your need to back up your files.
 
As you remove the hard drive, you can take the opportunity to perhaps remove the battery (AC charger unplugged) and press the power button to drain remaining flea power.
 
Connecting the charger without the battery and hard drive to press the Novo button (12 seconds) to turn on and access the BIOS menu can be done. Check if display for BIOS to appear so you may set it to defaults ( F9) and save and exit (F10).
 
You can confirm these steps with tech support as this would help them identify the point of failure and parts needed for service. Check on the hardware manual for disassembly guide likewise, the service module here for visual reference.
 
Update us how it goes.
 
 
Regards

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Hi,I have attempted to run the android x86 PC OS and the Linux Ubuntu on my Lenovo laptop by booting these from a pen drive.Howeve,once the laptop restarts, after the initial Lenovo Logo just a blank screen is shown.Kindly help me perform this dual boot since I need some light weight OS to run on this system to perform my tasksThanks.

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Hi, I have a Lenovo Yoga 211 laptop which I purchased 3 years ago. Two days ago I turned it on, & the Lenovo logo came up as usual, & the little circle, but i never got past that screen. I tried some function keys, & wound up with the screen saying Preparing Your Automatic Repair (or something similar). After a while, the screen went to Repairing Your PC. Then the screen said Repairing Your Disks. This May Take Over An Hour. Over an hour later, the screen said the automatic repair couldn?t repair the disks. I searched Google for answers, checked some videos, wasted $47.00 on some answer site, & now I?m here. Has anyone else had this problem?Thank you in advance for any help!

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I have recently purchased a Yogo 500 which has been refurbished by Lenovo. Everything seems fine once it's up and running but it seems to take an age to boot up past the Lenovo logo. I end up with a black screen and my curser shows a blue circle. This can last a good 3 or 4 minutes. I have the i5 version with 8gb RAM and a 8gb SSD alonside a regular HDD. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to resolved this? I do have a spare SSD I could pop in but I'm not exactly sure how I go about doing that... or if it would help? Many thanksStuart

A:Lenovo Refurbished Yoga 500 Slow Boot Times

Hi jimmisavage , 
 
Welcome to the Community Forums.
 
On slow booting system , testing how it behaves on safe mode can help check if add on programs are causing this along with running diagnostics.  If no hardware issue detected on the test , then you may proceed checking with windows update if there are any process running in the background like installation and update.
 
Using another account such as local administrator  instead of a microsoft account isolates any Microsoft features and software usually synched with Microsoft Store applications can help.
 
Clean boot can make boot up faster by disabling non essential programs everytime you restart. Some would even disable hibernate to speed it up and likewise increase data space specially if you do not really need to use such feature.
 
Hope this helps answer your query.
Update us how things go. 
 
Regards

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Hey Guys,Im trying to get a laptop working for my brother. He has a Yoga 500-14IBD. The laptop works perfectly fine with the current hard drive running windows 10.He has been sent out a new hard drive which has been preloaded with windows 10 but adapted with specialised software (which shouldn't be too important for the issue).I installed the new hard drive into the Laptop and it won't boot past the Windows Boot Manager. The laptop does recognise the Hard drive and see's it is connected but wont boot into it. Where it gets weird is that I tried this hard drive in my other Lenovo T420 Laptop and it boots into the hard drive no problems. This rules out hard ware issues. Is there something which needs to be adjusted in the BIOS to allow the Yoga to boot up into this hard drive? I have tried switching from UEFI Mode or Legacy BIOS mode but this didnt make any real difference. There was an error showing in Legacy mode regarding PXE-E61 Media Test Failure Error but this occurred when the laptop worked in my T420 so it shouldnt be related.  I have tested another Windows 10 installation Hard drive on the Yoga (the one from my T420) and it worked. Just a note the hard drive that isnt working is not and SSD but the ones which are working are SSD'sAny advice would be appreciated

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My Yoga was powered on, I was logged in, and the screen was locked. I left my office for a minute and when I returned, it was at the "Lenovo" boot screen (white text on black background). I don't know if it auto-updated or something, but now I can't get it to do anything. I've tried various combinations of holding down the power button and hitting the "Novo" key, but the only two things I can make it do is power completely off or show me this screen. It won't get far enough in the boot process to allow me to boot to my recovery USB. I've had it less than two weeks.  Any ideas would be appreciated.

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I have recently purchased a Yogo 500 which has been refurbished by Lenovo. Everything seems fine once it's up and running but it seems to take an age to boot up past the Lenovo logo. I end up with a black screen and my curser shows a blue circle. This can last a good 3 or 4 minutes. I have the i5 version with 8gb RAM and a 8gb SSD alonside a regular HDD. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to resolved this? I do have a spare SSD I could pop in but I'm not exactly sure how I go about doing that... or if it would help? Many thanksStuart

A:Lenovo Refurbished Yoga 500 Slow Boot Times

Hi jimmisavage , 
 
Welcome to the Community Forums.
 
On slow booting system , testing how it behaves on safe mode can help check if add on programs are causing this along with running diagnostics.  If no hardware issue detected on the test , then you may proceed checking with windows update if there are any process running in the background like installation and update.
 
Using another account such as local administrator  instead of a microsoft account isolates any Microsoft features and software usually synched with Microsoft Store applications can help.
 
Clean boot can make boot up faster by disabling non essential programs everytime you restart. Some would even disable hibernate to speed it up and likewise increase data space specially if you do not really need to use such feature.
 
Hope this helps answer your query.
Update us how things go. 
 
Regards

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Since you have to hunt around different Lenovo sites (and other sites) to find out about these softwares, I decided to make a post to get feedback from actual Yoga owners on how these programs interact, what they do, which ones are prerequisite, and which ones are unnecessary. Please don't take this as a blanket answer. This is just what I have found. It might be right - it might be wrong. I'm looking for others to post their experiences as well. Lenovo System Interface Foundation Driver - Necessary prerequisite (missing driver in device manager without it). It allows the Lenovo Utility and Lenovo Companion to work. Lenovo Yoga Mode Control - Necessary if you want to use your yoga to seemlessly change between all the different modes (laptop, tablet, tent, stand). This software is responsible for autorotating and putting Windows into tablet mode. Lenovo Utility - Recommended(?) This one I'm not too sure on. I remember that I was missing some function that I wanted but I can't remember what it was now. Maybe battery cycle count and health? Lenovo Companion - I don't have this one installed and don't think it's necessary but would like someone else to shed some light here.

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Need help with a strange problem, with which I do not see a normal way to fix, after a successful recovery from the factory backup, after using Onekey Recovery. Not so long ago Yoga stop boot in the operating system (Windows 8) and there was only one way, use OneKey Recovery to restore everything back.  After the successful restoration from hidden factory partition, Lenovo Yoga refuse to boot into OS and constantly booting into OneKey Recovery, without using OneKey button. When you push Power button Lenovo logo pop on screen, than loading bar appear on bottom and after it load OneKey Recovery screen. I try use options from OneKey screen, like Boot Option, it bring nothings there , just empty blue screen. It going in loop no matter what option I try use..  Still same OneKey screen on start, what asking me to Reset or use Backup image. I did factory reset several times already, with successful confirmation, no fix done yet..  Is there a known problem or way to stop boot OneKey Recovery in loop? All BIOS setting in factory default, and searching on WEB bring nothings useful. There a lot similar problems with some type of variation but recommendations seems not apply on my situation. I getting sick of that.. and absolutely no idea what can be done else. Please, I need direct response from Lenovo tech support or someone who has same and was able to fix. This is Lenovo Yoga 2 11, model name: 20332. Made in 2014.

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RELEVANCY SCORE 72.8

I love the Lenovo Yoga series notebook and is considering getting either Yoga 710 or Yoga 900. My question is:1. What is the new features or updates on Yoga 710 from the previous Yoga 700?2. From the specifications and price stated below, which one is more worthy and which is better in terms of what? Pros and Cons would be nice.3. I have seen some extreme reviews on both Yoga 710 and Yoga 900 regarding user's problem. Is there anything else I should know about these two models before consider buying it?4. I am especially concern about the graphic quality. In terms of specifications, Yoga 900 should be better from its QHD feature. However, I have seen reviews saying the Yoga 710 graphic is better than Yoga 900. What's the verdict on this?5. If I buy the model from Lenovo, will I be able to customize the specifications by myself- upgrades. Thank you in advance for your replies! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Lenovo YOGA 710 Convertible Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 14" Full HD, BlackPrice: 799.95 Battery lifeUp to 8 hours Bluetooth Enabled Yes - 4.0 Brand Lenovo Camera (front-facing) 720p webcam DimensionsH1.73 x W32.2 x D22.3cm Graphics card Intel HD Graphics 520 Graphics card typeShared Hard drive256GB NGFF Hard DriveModel SSD or Flash Storage KeyboardBacklit Accutype keyboard Manufacturer Part... Read more

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RELEVANCY SCORE 71.6

I have a ThinkPad Yoga (Type 20CD) that recently began experiencing a major issue. I was using as usual when it gave me the windows 10 blue screen and told me it was restarting. Upon restarting, it was only able to launch to the boot manager, and when I tried to start normally, it noted that my Hard Drive was not found. I figured it was a seating issue, as I've had those before with the cables for the trackpad, so I opened the bottom and reseated the drive. After doing so, the computer will not power back on. When I press the power button, the ThinkPad logo light comes on for around 3-4 seconds, but then dies. No other sound is made, the fans do not come on, and nothing is displayed on screen. I have tried several suggested fixes (holding the power button for 30 seconds while disconnected from AC power, pressing the emergency reset button, etc) but to no avail. Since this is my primary computer for work and school, I am really looking to get this fixed asap, so any solutions I can do myself would be appreciated.

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I have a ThinkPad Yoga (Type 20CD) that recently began experiencing a major issue. I was using as usual when it gave me the windows 10 blue screen and told me it was restarting. Upon restarting, it was only able to launch to the boot manager, and when I tried to start normally, it noted that my Hard Drive was not found. I figured it was a seating issue, as I've had those before with the cables for the trackpad, so I opened the bottom and reseated the drive. After doing so, the computer will not power back on. When I press the power button, the ThinkPad logo light comes on for around 3-4 seconds, but then dies. No other sound is made, the fans do not come on, and nothing is displayed on screen. I have tried several suggested fixes (holding the power button for 30 seconds while disconnected from AC power, pressing the emergency reset button, etc) but to no avail. Since this is my primary computer for work and school, I am really looking to get this fixed asap, so any solutions I can do myself would be appreciated.

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