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meis3in1
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Registered: ‎05-25-2012
Location: Malaysia
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No BIOS startup problem

When I start my ideapad z460 , the black light of the screen comes up but nothing shows. After waiting for some time , I'll need to close the lid of the screen and reopen it a few times before the windows7 startup screen appears.

 

This is not a serious problem when i want to start up normally .

 

The real problem is now I have no idea of how to get into my BIOS.

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countrywise
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Registered: ‎04-14-2012
Location: İstanbul
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Re: No BIOS startup problem

Hi,

 

to enter the BİOS pressing the f2 key should do it.

 

When the Lenovo logo appears,on the bottom left corner you should see it

 

written there.

 

Your graphics driver may need re-installing or updating.

 

Also Video adapter problems,are a common cause.

 

Please go to Device Manager and see if there are any yellow triangles,

 

or marks next to anything.

 

From there you can update or install reinstall what ever is needed.

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meis3in1
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎05-25-2012
Location: Malaysia
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Re: No BIOS startup problem

Sorry man tried everything but nothing worked. No way of getting into the BIOS now ><

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countrywise
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Location: İstanbul
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Re: No BIOS startup problem

[ Edited ]

You tried all of the above suggestions and nothing helped?

 

Check for a newer BİOS version on the Lenovo site.

 

İs there one?

 

Did you wipe the system and reinstalled W.7?

 

What if any changes did you make?

 

Can you remember doing anything,just before this first happened?

 

Please give details.

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meis3in1
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎05-25-2012
Location: Malaysia
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Re: No BIOS startup problem

[ Edited ]

Sorry just found out that it is the ' Internal Display not detected when startup ' problem.

That has no solutions to it :smileysad:

 

And my solution:

 

1) Starts - press power button
( screen shows nothing )

 

2) Wait - computer boots..............
( screen still blank )

 

3) Dumdumdumdum... - Win7 boots up
( screen blank....... )

 

4) Close down the lid of the screen for 3 seconds......

 

5) Opens up the screen.
!!! MAgically the screen comes back alive =>

-Apart from all the desktop icons get messed up , everything goes on like normal.

 

6) Never shuts down again . > Puts computer into sleep mode.

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If suddenly battery runs dry in sleep mode , plug in power cable and start and remember to press enter ( for - START WINDOWS NORMALLY ) then repeat steps 3 - 5 .

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countrywise
Posts: 828
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Location: İstanbul
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Re: No BIOS startup problem

[ Edited ]

What is the OS ?

 

So you get this message ''Internal Display not detected when startup''

 

do you?

 

İn Control Panel>Display is with correct settings (native resolution)?,

 

Do you have an external monitor connected?

 

İf this is a recent problem,if so do you have a system restore point,

 

you could restore to?

 

İf so please try that first.

 

Also do disable the sleep function please.

 

Please give details,as to when and where this message pops up.

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meis3in1
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎05-25-2012
Location: Malaysia
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Re: No BIOS startup problem

Its win 7 home premium

There never was a message - It didnt pop up

The setting is all correct

No external monitors

Changes my settings everyday , so does not intend to revert

The sleep function is in default settings and I like it alot that way

 

This internal display not detected when startup is a common problem happening to all laptop users

and

Theres no solution to it so thanks anyways for caring.

 

Ps.Just have to get used to it.

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countrywise
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Re: No BIOS startup problem


meis3in1 wrote:

 

 

The sleep function is in default settings and I like it alot that way

 

 

Theres no solution to it so thanks anyways for caring.

 

Ps.Just have to get used to it.


İf you say so....