09-13-2011 09:11 AM
I have used OKR to return to initial deault settings, everything went smoothly.
Now I am attempting to burn recovery disks (never performed by user, purchased new 05/2011)
I am receiving the error code EB1B068A. I have performed an extensive search of all possible support forums (web-wide) and still cannot find the definitive solution for this error. It has appeared from time to time for years, with multiple POSSIBLE solutions, but NO final answer. Surely a company of Lenovo's reputation should be able to provide a solution to a recurring error.
Also, I someone could explain to me why all of the pages in this forum have suddenly switched to German, I would be most appreciative. I would prefer them in English.
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09-16-2011 02:43 AM
09-16-2011 03:34 AM
09-16-2011 03:59 AM
09-16-2011 04:50 AM
can you be more specific about "changed my type of disk"?Changed type of disk as in changed brands and went from archival quality to normal DVD-r & DVD+r.
have you already tried to re-install/update one key recover application?By this do you mean uninstall OKR and load a new copy? Where would I find the download please?
09-16-2011 05:14 AM
09-16-2011 07:11 AM - last edited on 09-16-2011 08:06 AM by yigit
I appreciate that suggestion. Still, is this a DEFINITIVE fix?
I would prefer an absolute.
References to this issue go back at least five years - a substantial amount of time to diagnose and formulate a fix for this problem.
Is anyone working on it?
Is this error caused by a malfunction in Lenovo computers or poor coding in the OKR software?
moderator edit: please use default fonts. it's really hard to read what you wrote.
09-16-2011 08:07 AM
09-16-2011 09:01 AM
First, I do appreciate your personal effort towards helping me to find a solution. You are quite kind.
Still, your suggestions are directed to alleviate the symptoms. I would like the cure. A laptop is a laptop, a machine. If each model is manufactured to the same standards, they are all exactly alike. Extending this line of logic, a fix to a problem for one machine should work on all machines. Why then is there not a single answer that works? Why are there so many possibilities for resolution, but no real answer? Trial and error is not an efficient methodology for resolving a computer issue.
Surely someone at Lenovo is aware of this problem. Is it possible that in the past 4-5 years no one has found the cause of this error?!? Based on the number of views of posts pertaining to this problem it would appear that this issue is widespread. I would be happy to quantify the relationship of the number of views to the probability of the number of users experiencing the same issue, if I thought it would help Lenovo get its head out of the sand and see this for the widespread, long-term problem it has become.
Again, I appreciate your personal effort. I, however, am still requesting something more than a fishing expedition of trial and error, lest I conclude that my time is simply better spent shopping for a more reliable brand of laptop!
Come on, Lenovo! Just fix it!