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wavesxdd
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Lenovo G50-45 model name 80E3

I have a poblem with my G50-45 Laptop (Lenovo) - Type 80E3 since yesterday it continuerestarting, i can`t even enter in bios or reinstall another windows, i removed rams nd hdd and but them back, and still nothing, had anyone that problem before? I tryed power drain too

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Re: Lenovo G50-45 model name 80E3

Hi wavesxdd,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

The purpose here now is to make the machine discern the BIOS as it is the only way we can say that the laptop works on the machine level. If the BIOS shows up then we know that POST (power on self-test) is ok therefore motherboard is fine.

 

Removed the battery, hard drive, and memory. Connect single ram stick and directly plug in the AC adapter.

Swap the ram on the other slot. If the same issue on a restart, try swapping the other ram and test on each slot.

 

Update us how it goes.

 

Regards

 

 



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Re: Lenovo G50-45 model name 80E3

I can acces the bios but if the hdd memory is out, it says "EFI Network 0 for IPv4 (28-D2-44-9A-EE-9A) boot failed.

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Re: Lenovo G50-45 model name 80E3

Hi wavesxdd,

 

Greetings. 

 

With the "EFI Network 0 for IPv4" notification, we know that the system board was able to detect and communicate with connected devices (BIOS interacts).

 

Try placing back the hard drive and turn on the machine using the Novo (item7 page 69) button.

On the Novo Menu choose BIOS setup and check if the BIOS sees the harddrive.

 

Regards

 



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