04-08-2018 03:43 AM - edited 04-08-2018 04:08 AM
This easter I bought a brand new Lenovo Legion Y720 (-15IKB) (Link to where I bought it (in Norwegian)), and picked it up 5 days ago. It has been working great (perhaps a bit noisy, but nothing too bad) until last night. I left it in log-in screen to go back to sleep mode and when I woke up today it was stuck on "Prepairing Automatic Repair". I shut it down using the power button and when it rebooted I got a blue screen immediately after the Lenovo logo. The PC then restarts and goes into another infinite "Prepairing automatic repair". Tried using the F keys (F8) to access safe boot, but that won't work. Does anyone know how to fix this? I dont have access to usb sticks or windows CDs for reformatting, nor was any of that included when I bought it.
Have a great day!
Edit: Tried using the small reset button on the side of the laptop. Although that allowed me to return to the BIOS (and safe mode) it didnt work. Nor did reseting the BIOS settings to factory settings
04-10-2018 03:45 AM
Thanks for using the Lenovo forums.
Use the NOVO button again, this gets you into the recovery menu, so you should be able to start either a recovery.
You can either try to revert back to a previous Windows update, or reset the unit back to the factory settings.
(Factory reset will erase your data, so back up any data you need in safe mode)
See if either of these are able to help.
Hope this helps, let us know how you get on.
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12-07-2018 01:28 AM
I have the same problem im stuck in prepairing automatic repair loop.i have access to troubleshooting settings but I cant reset my pc it says there was a problem resetting. And when i open cmnd prmpt it says not enough memory resources are available to process this command