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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-11, 18:32 PM

I don't think you understand. There is nothing on my screen, I cannot load anything without seeing something on the screen. In my expirience RAM sticks don't corrupt in a matter of hours, which was the time frame where I hadn't used it. I'm at a loss for the internal stuff, I am a novice when it comes to that, so I suppose I will go to my local store to figure out whats the deal with the ram. Would you like me to upload pictures of my blank screen for you? -_-

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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-11, 18:33 PM

Let's consider other options before having it wiped.

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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-11, 18:59 PM
OK, lets start with the basics. Turn off the computer, unplug it, remove the battery, and press the on button 20 times. Then wait 5 min and plugin the battery again.

Finally, turn on your computer (you can plug it in if you wish).

Might sound strange, but, it has worked for many in the past.
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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-11, 19:29 PM

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I don't think you understand. There is nothing on my screen, I cannot load anything without seeing something on the screen. In my expirience RAM sticks don't corrupt in a matter of hours, which was the time frame where I hadn't used it. I'm at a loss for the internal stuff, I am a novice when it comes to that, so I suppose I will go to my local store to figure out whats the deal with the ram. Would you like me to upload pictures of my blank screen for you? -_-


İt is apparent that you did not understand what i meant,

and that is likely due to the ''interruption ''that occured.

 

You were meant to have someone check the RAM sticks the video card and graphics

 

or seek phone support from Lenovo.

 

AND then try my above suggestions.

 

Hope you get your laptop fixed.

 

Good luck.

 

 

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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-11, 19:39 PM

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OK, lets start with the basics. Turn off the computer, unplug it, remove the battery, and press the on button 20 times. Then wait 5 min and plugin the battery again.

Finally, turn on your computer (you can plug it in if you wish).

Might sound strange, but, it has worked for many in the past.

did not work, and , I will get on that as soon as I can. I apolagize that I didn't fully understand what you were trying to say.

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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-11, 19:49 PM

wrote:

wrote:
OK, lets start with the basics. Turn off the computer, unplug it, remove the battery, and press the on button 20 times. Then wait 5 min and plugin the battery again.

Finally, turn on your computer (you can plug it in if you wish).

Might sound strange, but, it has worked for many in the past.

did not work, and , I will get on that as soon as I can. I apolagize that I didn't fully understand what you were trying to say.


İ appreciate the apology.,and  no harm done.

 

İ simply wanted you to understand,that i take this work seriously,

 

and do NOT suggest things,i don't think will be helpful.

 

or are at least worth trying.

 

Again good luck.

 

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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-11, 23:49 PM
I guess I will take it in to someone that knows a little more than I do. I will let you guys know what happens. I'm thinking it's either going to be the BIOS or the RAM. I just don't understand how this could happen A: When the computer wasn't even powered on, and B: In that short of a time period.
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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-12, 3:17 AM
Hi
Did you try a bios recovery once? Just google pheonix bios recovery and you would get the best result. But i dont think that this case is possible. And as you told that the hard drive is spinning, then you could try swapping RAM sticks once. Just refer the Hardware Maintainance guide for doing so. Also try restoring the default settings in the BIOS once. You just need to press the key(mostly F2 in most lenovo laptops) to enter the BIOS utility setup and press F9 and enter and then Esc->enter->enter. Then power on laptop and see if it works.
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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-12, 14:43 PM

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Hi
Did you try a bios recovery once? Just google pheonix bios recovery and you would get the best result. But i dont think that this case is possible. And as you told that the hard drive is spinning, then you could try swapping RAM sticks once. Just refer the Hardware Maintainance guide for doing so. Also try restoring the default settings in the BIOS once. You just need to press the key(mostly F2 in most lenovo laptops) to enter the BIOS utility setup and press F9 and enter and then Esc->enter->enter. Then power on laptop and see if it works.

Thanks for the advice. I will get to swapping out the ram as soon as possible but until that happens I will try what you told me about the bios recovery. Just the only thing I keep stressing, is there is nothing on the screen, like I see nothing, It could also be a bad graphics chip, the v570 has a lot of issues, but the chip (from what I read) is not one of those common issues. By the end of this week I should have the time to go check out the ram, see if that's the issue. I just recently took it to a store to figure out what kind of ram was in there, since I wasn't sure whether or not it was DDR3. All the man did was take off the back panel, as well as one of the sticks and examine it to see what type of ram it was. I don't think that would habe corrupted it for any reason. I really need to get this fixed, and rest assured that I will update my findings here ASAP. Perhaps we can make a big forum post dedicated to this troubled machine.

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Re: Lenovo v570 not booting

2012-09-12, 15:57 PM
Blank screen with lights can be because of 3 main reasons
1. Bad Bios(bios recovery is the solution here)
2. Graphic setting changed to discrete mode. (putting default settings in bios)
3. Bad LCD or Bad integrated Gpu(solution is mainboatd replacement)
One the other possibility is that RAM sticks are corrupt.
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