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       #21

    zbook said:
    @simrick This link I just found.....others have had similar problems: LENOVO INVALID (U3E1) - Lenovo Community
    Interesting. But, I don't think it has anything to do with the OP's problem do you?

    As an aside, some of them were mentioning their systems running hot, as per Speccy. I know that Speccy is not reading temps correctly in some Lenovo systems - have to use SpeedFan or something else to get the correct MB/HDD temps on them. Another BIOS issue for Lenovo, I guess.

    Maybe the OP should check if there's an update to the existing BIOS, just to be sure it's not a complication?
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       #22

    zbook said:
    If you are able to boot using Ubuntu you may be able to check the drive using HD sentinel:
    Hard Disk Sentinel - Free Linux version
    Great, the other laptop Im using to put ubuntu using rufus just decided to follow the other one -_-
    It froze then restarted, then it got stuck on diagnosing your pc.
    I decided to use one key recovery on the laptop buut it cant boot too.
    It shows checking media then EFI network ipv4 failed to boot
    It loops to onenkey recovery after loading from lenovo logo
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       #23

    HalpStanpls said:
    Great, the other laptop Im using to put ubuntu using rufus just decided to follow the other one -_-
    It froze then restarted, then it got stuck on diagnosing your pc.
    I decided to use one key recovery on the laptop buut it cant boot too.
    It shows checking media then EFI network ipv4 failed to boot
    It loops to onenkey recovery after loading from lenovo logo
    Are you serious? Do you think you had an infection? Perhaps one with a worm that spread through the network? Or even on the flash drive itself? You didn't happen to make the Lenovo recovery media when you first set it up, did you? Do you still have the Kyhi media? Can you boot to it by changing the BIOS settings to Legacy boot? If so, try the HDTune again; see what it says. Then open Disk Management and see what it says about the drive (if it's RAW or what else). Open a command prompt and type
    diskmgmt.msc

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       #24

    simrick said:
    Are you serious? Do you think you had an infection? Perhaps one with a worm that spread through the network? Or even on the flash drive itself? You didn't happen to make the Lenovo recovery media when you first set it up, did you? Do you still have the Kyhi media? Can you boot to it by changing the BIOS settings to Legacy boot? If so, try the HDTune again; see what it says. Then open Disk Management and see what it says about the drive (if it's RAW or what else). Open a command prompt and type
    diskmgmt.msc

    Yep Im not joking
    Im not sure about the worm because the flash drive im using was cleaned a lot of times.
    Nope I only have one flash drive.
    It still have an installed OS right? After using One key recovery?
    I thought changing to legacy will do it but it doesnt, it boots to one key recovery after loading at lenovo logo
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #25

    Please post detailed information on each computer:
    Make/model
    RAM
    Drives (SSD vs HD), number of each,
    Operating system: windows 10 version 1511, 1607, or 1703
    CPU, GPU
    When you boot to the bios with either computer are there diagnostic studies available?
    What is the history of malware on each computer?
    What antivirus software is in use on each computer?
    What is the history of drive problems on either computer?
    When was the last time either computer was tested using SMART, short, or long generic drive testing?
    Has the bios ever been reset?
    Are the files backed up in each computer where you can attempt a clean install deleting partitions, formatting, making an unallocated drive?
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  6. Posts : 15
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       #26

    Please post detailed information on each computer:
    Make/model: Both Lenovo Ideapad z400
    RAM: 4Gb
    Drives (SSD vs HD), number of each, 1 HD on both laptops
    Operating system: windows 10 and the other is Win8
    CPU, GPU : i7-3612QM @2.10 GHz
    When you boot to the bios with either computer are there diagnostic studies available?
    What do you mean by diagnostic studies?

    What is the history of malware on each computer?
    The one has win10 doesnt have any cause I just recently scanned it usign MBAM before HDD got corrupted.
    For the win7 one. I do not know. It's my brothers laptop
    What antivirus software is in use on each computer?
    MBAM
    What is the history of drive problems on either computer?
    Nothing that im aware of
    When was the last time either computer was tested using SMART, short, or long generic drive testing?
    I havent done that since the laptop was bought
    Has the bios ever been reset?
    Not yet
    Are the files backed up in each computer where you can attempt a clean install deleting partitions, formatting, making an unallocated drive?
    The other one Ive tried using Lenovo One Key Recovery to reset to initial statysbof the drive but ever since ive done that it displays the media checking EPI iPv4 failed to boot
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #27

    See if you can get some flash drives that you can format.
    For Lenovo you should be able to boot to a device clicking the F12 key or Fn + F11 key.
    List of PC brands with their corresponding hot-keys
    Create a bootable windows 10 iso: Download Windows 10
    For the computer with windows 8 you may need to post that on the windows 8 or windows 7 forum.
    For that computer you may want to create a bootable windows 8.1 iso: Download Windows 8.1
    In the above post in one part you typed win 8 and in the other win 7.
    In case it is win 7 you may want to create a windows 7 iso: Download Windows 7 Disc Images (ISO Files)
    Create a memtest86+ bootable flash drive for testing memory: Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool
    Run memtest86+ on the laptop for 8 or more passes.
    The testing is not by time but by passes.
    It will take 8 or more passes to make a valid test.
    Tests with less than 8 passes have a significant number of false negatives.
    A false negative is a test that passes and there is malfunctioning RAM. The viewer of the pass then thinks the RAM is ok and if the testing was for more passes it would improve the accuracy and display malfunctioning RAM.
    So be sure that you run at least 8 passes and the more the better.
    The estimated time for testing is 1 - 2 hours per GB RAM. So plan to perform the test overnight.
    When the testing is complete use a camera or smart phone camera to make a picture and then post the image into the thread.
    Create a bootable USB using Kyhi method:
    Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk - Windows 10 Forums
    On HP computer's when the bios is opened there is firmware or software that can perform diagnostic testing on the computer. It is called UEFI diagnostics. It will check RAM, drive, memory, CPU, MB, graphics, keyboard, audio, etc. What is available on Lenovo computers?
    Create a bootable Ubuntu USB flash drive.

    Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool.
    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...f-ecc7b7ff6461
    MemTest86+ - Test RAM Windows 10 BSOD Tutorials
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  8. Posts : 15
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       #28

    zbook said:
    See if you can get some flash drives that you can format.
    For Lenovo you should be able to boot to a device clicking the F12 key or Fn + F11 key.
    List of PC brands with their corresponding hot-keys
    Create a bootable windows 10 iso: Download Windows 10
    For the computer with windows 8 you may need to post that on the windows 8 or windows 7 forum.
    For that computer you may want to create a bootable windows 8.1 iso: Download Windows 8.1
    In the above post in one part you typed win 8 and in the other win 7.
    In case it is win 7 you may want to create a windows 7 iso: Download Windows 7 Disc Images (ISO Files)
    Create a memtest86+ bootable flash drive for testing memory: Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool
    Run memtest86+ on the laptop for 8 or more passes.
    The testing is not by time but by passes.
    It will take 8 or more passes to make a valid test.
    Tests with less than 8 passes have a significant number of false negatives.
    A false negative is a test that passes and there is malfunctioning RAM. The viewer of the pass then thinks the RAM is ok and if the testing was for more passes it would improve the accuracy and display malfunctioning RAM.
    So be sure that you run at least 8 passes and the more the better.
    The estimated time for testing is 1 - 2 hours per GB RAM. So plan to perform the test overnight.
    When the testing is complete use a camera or smart phone camera to make a picture and then post the image into the thread.
    Create a bootable USB using Kyhi method:
    Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk - Windows 10 Forums
    On HP computer's when the bios is opened there is firmware or software that can perform diagnostic testing on the computer. It is called UEFI diagnostics. It will check RAM, drive, memory, CPU, MB, graphics, keyboard, audio, etc. What is available on Lenovo computers?
    Create a bootable Ubuntu USB flash drive.

    Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool.
    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...f-ecc7b7ff6461
    MemTest86+ - Test RAM Windows 10 BSOD Tutorials
    I managed to fix the other laptop by using a Win8.1 disc.
    Im trying to do the same at the other one but have no luck. I'll try downloading a win10 iso

    Im sorry you typed all of this but Im stil going to read it
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  9. Posts : 15
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    Thread Starter
       #29

    Ok so news is,
    It's really dead
    I think booting a ubuntu in a flash drive will just do nothing because
    at Device manager in windows recovery tool there's no HD present
    I alse sent it to my cousin to see if he can see it on his computer but nope.

    I still havent tried using the WIndows 10 iso but I really want to try it but my internet is so slow maybe I'll try it this weekend
    Last edited by HalpStanpls; 10 Aug 2017 at 03:52.
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  10. Posts : 15
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    Thread Starter
       #30

    Recovery Tool can now detect HDD I dunno what happened.
    I think i can fix this now
    thanks to all who replied here
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