Question about Lenovo IdeaPad Z560 Notebook
As soon as the system starts , first of all the LENOVO logo appears,then a screen comes displaying two options launch start up repair and start windows normally.if we press enter selecting the first option,first it displays that windows is loading and then it gets fixed to a violet screen,no functionable items are coming.If we go for the second option then the starting windows -text is coming along with its logo,and remains fixed for some time and then again the lenovo logo is appearing.so please suggest the necessary solution of the aforesaid problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have a rescue disk or a System Disk that came with the laptop, use that and try to recover the system....boot using that and do a recovery....
Else you may have to re-install the WinOS
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Lenovo U350
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Looks like the Windows OS is already messed up. You should be able to boot the computer to safe mode to troubleshoot the issue. In your case, it is not booting up to safe mode then the only way to use your computer again is to restore it from the factory default state. If you want to do that, just turn off the computer then press the ONE KEY button located beside the power button then follow the on screen instructions.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2011
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