i am using a lenovo g50-45 notebook. i bought this wid prenstalled version of windows 10. whenever i start the same, the lenovo logo appears and the OS screen doesn’t appear until i presss any key on my keyboard… ihave tried resetting my OS,but it dosn’t help…it shall be kind enough if u give me a solution for the same.
Lenovo K33a42 Heats too much and respond very slow
It’s almost 18 months old phone and i am very frustated because of it’s response. It responds very slow and heats too much. I already closed all background apps in battery setting. I Tried in safe mode and it works fine in safe mode because no application is active. as soon as all applications start working it sucks. Pathetic phone. Please tell me what to do? And one more problem is duplication of contacts. I merge them and again i can see multiple contacts with the same name.
Help with understanding Recovery USBs and BIOS License Keys
I currently have two Lenovo X1 Carbon Gen6s that I’m looking to setup but I’m a bit unclear with the documentation online with Lenovo. I was wondering if anyone would be able to help clarify my understandings on the whole recovery process please?
I’ve created a recovery USB for one of them, but I’m not sure if it’s usable on the second one due to the license key detection from within the BIOS.
From the FAQ found here: https://support.lenovo.com/au/en/solutions/ht103102
It doesn’t seem like I can use just any Windows 10 Pro ISO in order to re-install Windows on the laptops as there may be some sort of special key binding to the recovery mediums as indicated by the notes. Hence, would I need to create a second recovery USB for that laptop specifically in order to do recovery?
Or can I re-use the current USB I have in the event of failure to recovery the other machine? Assuming that the license isn’t tied to the recovery medium.
I wouldn’t think that this should be the case with Windows 10 from past experiences with OEM devices/licenses, but I’d like to make sure that I have my bases covered before I do anything too extreme with the devices.
Thanks and Regards,
eGPU with X280
I’m toying with getting an X280 to replace my 5 year old MacBook Pro. A small form factor is important to me these days as I make music when I’m out and about, but when I am using it at home I’d also like to be able to use it with an external GPU (the Razer Core X for example) to do some low end graphics work, and occasionally play some games of course. Does anyone know if the X280 has the ability to run external graphics via the Thunderbolt 3 port?
It’s not necessarily a deal breaker for me, the kind of graphics work I want to do is very low-res, low-poly stuff, and maybe the internal graphics will handle this just fine. It would just be good to know going forward – I called tech support and they gave me a vague yes, based on the X280 having Thunderbolt 3.
Any information/experiences with this would be greatly appreciated!
Boot Thinkstation S30 without graphics card
I am running a Thinstation S30 as a file server at the moment. I would like to avoid any extra power consumption and I don’t see any reason why I would need graphics card in it.
Is it possible to change bios setting somehow to be able to boot without a video card?