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Hello,
Thank you for contacting Fixya.

Based from what i read in your post, seems like some hardware issue, Please try disconnecting all cable and hard drive , optical drive & card reader.
Create a minimum set and check booting the system also tries using some different Memory module to verify. If system is working fine, now try connecting devices one by one to check which device is creating the issue.
If Issue is not fixed please contact local Lenovo Support to have your system verified

Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Nov 24, 2019


Try ManyCam.

You can always download Manycam and install it. Go to www.google.com and in the search box type: "download.cnet.com" (without the quotes). Click on the link to go to the site. When the site opens look down on the left and you will see a gray area that says Find Software. Type "Manycam" (without the quotes) in the white search area then hit the search mirror. When it brings back your results look for the one that says ManyCam Virtual Webcam. Down load it and install it. Make sure you remove the check box on any junky programs it would like to install. You only want to install ManyCam, no additions whatsoever during the install. ManyCam is totally FREE and easy to use, and you will always know where your webcam software is.



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Lenovo IdeaPad... | Answered on Nov 11, 2019


Error code 36 means a ley is stuck. Only you can find out which one. Press each key in turn to feel if there is a dodgy key.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Oct 09, 2019


I'm thinking that is the symbol for your internet browser home page. There is a button/key which opens your browser on your home page. That light may never go out - if it's just an indicator of the button/key function. Read your keyboard owner's manual.

Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Oct 03, 2019


For wireless, you will need to know how to select the right input source on your TV [wireless, bluetooth?]. You may then have to tell your laptop to activate wireless video output. Read your owner's manual for BOTH devices.

Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Oct 03, 2019


In my limited experience all IBM compatible computers and that is nearly all of them, work in just about the same way. Faced with your problem I would begin by getting into the bios and changing the boot order.
Access the bios during the start of the startup as directed in one of the first few screens - it all happens so fast the computer might have to be restarted several times by pressing the Alt, Ctrl and Del buttons together. Access the bios by pressing the Del, F8 or whatever at the critical time.

Once into the bios go to the page dealing with the boot order and rearrange them so the dvd/cd drive is first in the order and then save the change and exit; then put the Windows system disc in the drive and close the drawer and very quickly restart the computer.

If all is good an onscreen message should appear, Boot from disc? or similar...

Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Sep 11, 2019


you will need to open the laptop to fix this..

inside in laptop is a small c-mos battery, this needs needs to disconnected for about 10 minutes with the main battery disconnected and not plugged in.

replace the battery and the back of the laptop, and boot it up.

after unplugging the battery and mains press power button to release any power left in the system then take the battery out or replace, but this has worked for me 100%

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Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Sep 10, 2019


Try go into BIOS (press F1 after you start the pc). Then F9 for resetting BIOS settings.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Sep 06, 2019


Try changing the resolution while display 2 is plugged in and active. You can also try changing Display 1 resolution (even if its your main screen)

Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Sep 06, 2019


Find out what is causing the alarm (battery) and turn it off in the menu of that category. You can also try look in the BIOS (press F1 during boot)

Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Sep 06, 2019


If you bought the Lenovo at a local dealer, take it back to them. If you bought it through an online dealer, I recommend you track down Lenovo customer support.

Lenovo IdeaPad... | Answered on Sep 05, 2019


Hi Schae, so you say you can have a conflict in the BIOS or Microprocessor
I suggest you look for a technician specialized in Lenovo
Greetings Franco Dosil
Hola Schae, por lo que comentasm uedes tener un conflicton en la BIOS o el MicroProcesador
Te sugiero busques un tecnico especializado en Lenovo
Saludos Franco Dosil

Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Sep 05, 2019


By the looks of the information you gave me...it seems that FIFA '11 might not be able to or may have a real hard time playing on your machine, but it doesn't hurt to try! If it doesn't work, then just simply uninstall it.
Hope this helps ^_^

Lenovo C200... | Answered on Aug 29, 2019


The O.S is corrupted and you want to format the HDD of your Laptop.before formatting backup your all data,so that you can easily format and install new O.S.

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Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Aug 21, 2019


Hard Reset

1-Unplug the device and power off by holding the power button down
Wait 5 seconds, then

2- hold down both the volume up and power buttons (volume up is the side of the long button that is closest to the power button), until you see a screen with “Select Boot Mode” text on it. When you see that, release both buttons.

3-Press the volume up button to move the arrow until it is pointing at the “Recovery Mode” option, then press the volume down button to select it.

4-The “android” logo should appear for a few seconds, then you should be in the “Android system recovery” menu.

5-Use the volume up / down buttons to highlight the “wipe data/factory reset” option, then press the power button to select it.


6-Use the volume up / down buttons to highlight the “Yes — delete all user data” option, then press the power button to select it.

7-Once that has completed, you should be returned to the “Android system recovery” menu. Make sure the top option, “reboot system now”, is selected, then press the power button to select it.

8-The device should reboot and display the “android” logo, followed by the swirling coloured dots. You can then plug the device back in and wait for it to boot up. This will take a long time (up to around 5 minutes).


9-Once the device has booted back into the app, you should be able to set up the wifi, log in with your credentials and re-download your property data.

Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Aug 18, 2019


I have gotten over this problem in the past....
I was locked out a while but they will eventually reset it for you if you keep at it.....

Or perhaps you can remember the silly password you thought you would be able to remember...

A good option might be to start a new one but then again I know I avoided this answer....
Be wary on your way a lot of scammers out there will claim they can help you for $10 or $45 but Google won't charge you to reset your password for you.

Lenovo Computers... | Answered on Aug 18, 2019

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