04-04-2013 05:17 PM
I'm really worried because I have not heard from you for 10 days. I urgently need a real solution to the problem of my computer. The computer is my working tool and I can not use it for the problems listed above. Please I need a solution as soon as posible.
04-04-2013 05:32 PM
It really looks like hard drive problem. Try to run this tool and check what it tells about your hd. http://crystalmark.info/software/CrystalDiskInfo/index-e.html . Also, to now the maximum temperature which your hd has ever reached, do the following:take your current temperature, find the row with "temperature" attribute name, add "current" value from that row and subtract "worst' value. If the resulting number is larger than 60, then things are kinda bad - these temps are relatively high for hd.
04-04-2013 11:35 PM
Heres is the result, of that software you gave me! The meaning of riesgo is risk. I need a real solution so I can use my computer normaly. I bought this as job tool and this isnt working. This is a big issue which make me very dissapointed on lenovo, I trust this brand and they are taking way to long in a response which Im hoping will be worthy and not just cheap talking.
04-05-2013 01:22 AM
04-05-2013 09:16 AM
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It is definitely the hard drive that's giving you the no boot drive found problem like I said on my first post on this thread. You should definitely have your laptop replaced. A good hard drive should look like this on CrystalDiskInfo:
04-06-2013 12:00 AM
The Y580 definitely has a problem with an overheating HDD.. especially if gaming without a cooling stand, it'll get up to 55C+ no prob. If people aren't aware, the HDD of the Y580 is placed between the CPU and GPU and thus we get extreme temps for HDD.
Does anyone here think that maybe replacing the HDD with an SSD is a viable solution?
Or maybe moving the HDD to where the DVD drive is..
04-06-2013 12:42 AM
Even the SSD is susceptible to degration at high temperatures (50 oC or more) due to durability of the flash memory at higher temperatures, but I don't have a proof that high temperatures will degrade the SSD faster.