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where is advance bios settings in lenovo G580

2018-04-07, 11:00 AM

I am using lenovo g580, system model 20157, BIOS version 62CN97WW, and can not see advanced settings in BIOS setup

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Re: where is advance bios settings in lenovo G580

2018-04-08, 18:13 PM
Perform a power drain (remove battery, AC Power and press down and hold the power button for 30 seconds) then enter bios and set defaults.

IF this does not restore the advanced portion of the BIOS settings, then I would advise to contact Lenovo Support by phone to see if they can send you a different (older) BIOS to flash back.

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Re: where is advance bios settings in lenovo G580

2018-11-10, 15:26 PM

Did you get any breakthrough?

I want to enter bios setup utility to change ram voltages but I am unable to find advance bios utility. Please help!

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Re: where is advance bios settings in lenovo G580

2018-11-13, 2:28 AM
On my G580 there are no "overclocking" options even if you open up advanced. Usually notebooks are not good for overclocking as it will cause more heat to be developed and could threaten the cooling system.

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