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I am unable to boot up my Lenovo lap top computer, battery is fully charged.

When I try to log on I get the message "Recovery Boot Menu" I have tried to select from the menu but everything see,ms locked. What can I do to enable the log on process.

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Have you just changed ur battery? If not i would suggest replacing the battery, in the mintime switch off the pc remove from power supply remove the battery. Connect to power again and try switching on without the battery. If it works fine, switch off and put back the battery and try switching on again if it happens again u need to find another battery. Good luck.

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  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2019

    no PC stated. why? if over 7 years old 2 batteries are due ,ok ?
    leave the big battery out, why make this so hard, removing , (its old shorted overloaded the VRM regulators) leave it out,
    now boot, this always first
    ever see a battery short as it warms up sure
    and then overloads,
    just take it out 2minutes work and is always first. (batteries can fail vast ways and be intermittent and have shorted cells) learn that in be successful.

  • Larry Ng
    Larry Ng Feb 01, 2019

    then if it still fails, (vast single point failures on PC, endless, battery is 1st always
    no PC stated at all
    why post lacking such a key fact
    NO OS, stated but you forgot sure.
    if the PC fails to run windows, if is windows
    and fails to reach windows login screen

    ms locked.
    does MS locked mean
    login screen snows, but the box to type there is dead? or you lost the password.
    we cant see your screen , nor errors on the way to this screen.
    back up data and do a full recovery?

  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2019

    you sad battery is charged fully !
    I say you don't know that'
    I can in fact hand you 10 bad batteries,
    right now and the silly charger thinks it good, and fully charged.
    learn that, and test with the battery out first. to prove PC works on AC then if yes,
    buy anew battery some last 1 year.
    my last one lasted 2 y
    and the before aw 1y.
    all expected by me after all IT'S STINKING Batteries.

  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2019

    the 10,000 post of yet one more battery bites the dust.... would make nice song.
    other one,
    an other one, bites the dust (rimshot bam)

  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2019

    if it fails after big battery out.
    next run HDD tests.
    if those pass run the manual guide stated recovery, rtm ,read the manual

  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2019

    FIRST OFF NO PC even stated at all, just
    (A COMPUTER)(one of 10,000 models by Lenovo)
    the recovery window pops?
    that means the OS could not boot.
    It means, HDD is bad, or OS corruption, or even a bad shorted battery (big one)
    why not pull the battery first.
    1: big battery out, still fails.
    2: IN BIOS FIND THE Hdd TEST. RUN THAT.
    IF HDD FAILS ITS BAD.
    3: In a real shop we boot Linux media(usb) and run full smart test on any suspected hDD bad. if HDD is bad or weak, its 100% a waste of time going forward with recovery using the recovery partition. or fresh install.
    the New HDd must be inserted (exchanged)
    if the HDD tests pass. we the open the book
    on your unstated PC and read the chapter called
    RECOVERY, it does in fact show all ways to do so, if you can read.
    at "Lenovo support" page on your PC.

  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2019

    no,OP, the battery is not fully charged it is a bad battery, bad batteries fool the charge chip inside PC. (no charge chip ever made is as smart a any fully trained technician or engineer)
    not one. (someday ,.maybe but not now)
    pretend in your mind you are a battery.
    and all cells inside are now 1/100/th of new capacity, and the silly PC thinks(sick) it's charged. the poor thing...…..
    or as most do this , this old short out. and overload the power rails inside causing
    electronic CHAOS.
    learn to test all laptops with no big battery first ,learn that, do that and win.
    its like 5minutes work remove it and test .
    on AC pack only, or even run like that forever.

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2019

    the error means the HDD can not boot
    there are 3 causes.
    1: HDD bad.
    2: OS corrupted.
    3: kids played with it and bingo deadsville.

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2019

    NO PC even stated, just PC.
    Lenovo.
    impossible to go farther lacking such a key fact, full model numbers off the service tag.

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We can't see your screen,
nor guess.
why not first remove the battery huge.

run on AC pack only
see it works like that endlessly does it?
the first thing to fail is that. shortlived. NO PC stated no OS stated no screens shown strike #3 im out.

im guessing the OS is corrupted, non stated

when recovery pops that means files corrupted.
bad hdd, or virus hit.

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