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'blank sceen appear on my lenovo ideapad S10
It seems that your computer is not booting into windows properly at all.
You mentioned you see Lenovo and windows appear then the screen goes Blank afterwards, you can try to Boot directly into the Hard Drive manually just to get everything working or I mean Booting up again but this is a small shot from what you are experiencing but is also worth the try.
turn your S10 machine OFF then turn it back ON and keep on tapping f12 on the keyboard you should see Boot menu on the list Select HDD then press enter this should boot into the Hard Drive, if it does not then you may need to send the system back to Lenovo for a possible reinstallation of windows or on most time we also have the Hard Drive replaced in many cases.
I hope that this Helps.
Have a nice day,
on Jun 10, 2011
My 11 year old son
It would be better if you can just reinstall the Operating System of the machine, if happens that you don't have any important Data on the machine. Here are the steps how you can reinstall the Operating System on you machine.
1. Shutdown the machine make sure the machine is running in AC.
2. Look for the button with the Curve Arrow or Inverted Letter U most likely its near Power Button. Press it once.
3. Wait til you see the message Windows is Loading Files.
4. It will load to the One Key Recovery.
5. Click One Key Recovery.
6 Choose Restore from Initial Backup then Click Next. It will just ask you if you really want to continue, you can just proceed with it.
7. Wait until it reached 100% after that restart the system then you can just setup your Operating System again.
Hope it helps.
on Apr 16, 2011
NO KEYS FUNCTION AND ALL I SEE IS NTLDR MISSING
NTLDR missing is typical of Windows not findind some system files during the boot, I believe nothing wrong with the hardware.
First enter in the BIOS and be sure that in the boot device list you have the CD or DVD before the HDD.
Second Boot the PC from CD with the Windows CD and try to repair the Windows installation.
To enter the BIOS Setup Utility, do as follows: 1. Turn on the computer. 2. When the Lenovo logo comes up, immediately press F2 to enter the BIOS Setup Utility.Note: If the customer has set a supervisor password, the BIOS Setup Utility menu appears after the password is entered. If the customer has set a user password, you can start the utility by entering that password; however, you cannot change all of the parameters.
Please let me know if you need more support.
on Mar 11, 2011
Hi can you help please,, My laptop has blank
Welcome to Fixya
This means that windows is already corrupted. Possible cause would be virus issue, recent software installation or windows data corruption. You can still use your computer by restoring it to the origincal facotry state. Turn off the computer and press the small button right beside the power button. It will restore your computer back to original factory state.
Please take note that restoring the computer back to the factory state will delete everything inside the computer. The result would be like you open the computer out from the box.
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on Jan 18, 2011
The laptop shows windows system 32 configuration
Windows system 32 file is part of the operating system and when it is corrupted, you cannot boot up your computer. I suggest if you had a systems back files, use it to recover the missing file. Just load the back up disk CD/DVD into the CDROM, boot up your computer and run it to CDROM and option will display and choose the repair.
If don't have the systems back up disk. Only solution is to reinstall or repair your operating system.
For reinstalling and repairing, insert the OS installer CD in your CDROM and boot up your computer and run the repair or reinstallation process. Follow the procedure.
on Jan 13, 2011
WHERE CAN I GET SATA DRIVERS SO THAT I CAN INSTALL
Lenovo Energy Management
Windows 7 32bit
Lenovo Energy Management Driver
Go to the "Energy Management" heading and you'll find 2 different drivers. XP and W7. Be advised, RAID or 3rd Party SATA drivers are most often intended to be loaded onto an old fashioned floppy disk. You'll need to have an external floppy drive attached with the proper floppy you've made to make this work.
Also, VERY important. If you're loading the driver for an XP install, the floppy must have been made on/from an XP OS machine or XP Start-up will not recognise the driver.
on Dec 27, 2010
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