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LENOVO G580 FORMATED PARTITION NO BIOS

2014-12-15, 7:37 AM

Good day, i hava a lenovo g580 running windows 8, and i try to install windows 7, but i can't boot from cd or dvd, meanwhile i try to pull the hdd of my lenovo g580 and try to install windows 7 using other loptop. after success i put  it to my g580 but stuck on black screen, i try to press the small button near the power button and it will screen pop up, normal start up, bios, boot dvd and system recovery, i tried to choose all the option i meantion above but nothing reaction stil black screen , how can recover my windows , before i try to install windows 7 from other loptop, my loptop was running condition, please help me with my problem i think the solution is the full system recovery from dvd.

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Re: LENOVO G580 FORMATED PARTITION NO BIOS

2014-12-15, 11:05 AM

Hi Kim29,

 

Welcome to Lenovo Community!

 

As per the query we understood that you are facing issue with system not booting to Windows on your Ideapad G580.

 

  • Enter into the BIOS mode and disable OS Optimized Defaults option.
  • Load BIOS default settings by pressing F9 key and F10 to save and exit.
  • Put Win7 install DVD or recovery DVD into optical drive, then press F12 to select the machine to boot from optical drive.

Hope this helps.

 

Best regards,

Hemanth Kumar



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Re: LENOVO G580 FORMATED PARTITION NO BIOS

2014-12-16, 3:32 AM

i cannot boot to dvd using f12 or boot to bios, stuck and black screen,

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Re: LENOVO G580 FORMATED PARTITION NO BIOS

2014-12-16, 9:02 AM

Hi Kim29,

 

Thank you for the reply!

 

Is the DVD which you are using is a bootable disc?

 

Have you checked with different Windows bootable disc? Also check with Live Linux bootable CD.

 

Hope this helps.

 

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Hemanth Kumar



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Re: LENOVO G580 FORMATED PARTITION NO BIOS

2014-12-17, 3:10 AM

yes it is bootable dvd and usb, i already used it many time in other loptop, my realy problem is the recovery partition of my loptop was deleted,

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Re: LENOVO G580 FORMATED PARTITION NO BIOS

2014-12-17, 7:09 AM

Hi Kim29,

 

If you are not having the recovery media and you have changed the partition table in your HDD, in this case you have to purchase the recovery media from authorized Lenovo service center, or you can check with this last option – shutdown the system and press one key recovery button and you will get the option to select system recovery and setup, select setup option and check if it is going to BIOS.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best regards,

Hemanth Kumar



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