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eivind_h
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Message 21 of 29

Re: Lenovo Z50-70 SSD issue

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salab
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Message 22 of 29

Re: Lenovo Z50-70 SSD issue

Hello,

 

on my z50-70 with i5 I changed stock hard drive with Kingston SSDNow UV500 240GB. Boot is stack on Lenovo logo - nothing else. Bios is not starting. When I return HDD and put SSD in SATA to USB dongle I can boot from it. If I set booting and while turn off change disk to SSD - same Lenovo logo while start. On SSD I have already installed operating system and I can boot it from USB.

 

- Bad internal part?

- Not compatible with my sata type connector

- bad setting in bios?

 

I am not bios and PC type expert. Sata is AHCI, boot legacy for my normal HDD with Win 10.

 

Thank you for help and any advice.

 

 

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Volodymyr
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Message 23 of 29

Re: Lenovo Z50-70 SSD issue

I sorted my problem boot by changing SSD to new one with SATA3 interface. My previous SSD had SATA2 interface - and this was the problem. Check version of SATA in your SSD.

MKBasak
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Message 24 of 29

Re: Lenovo Z50-70 SSD issue

I assume your original 1tb HDD with licensed copy of Win10 is working. If that is so, connect the HDD in laptop and boot normally. Download Trial version of Ease-US Todo Backup and install. Put the SSD in a external casing and connect on USB 3.0 port. Open Administrative Tools --> Computer Management --> Disk Management. Detect the SSD drive in it and convert it from MBR to GPT Drive.

Exit Administrative Tools; run Ease-US Todo Backup. You will find a "Clone" option therin. Run Clone, choosing HDD as Source Disk and SSD as target disk. The operation will take around 30-50 min. to complete (90-150 min. if you have connected the SSD in USB 2.0). After completion shutdown the system. Replace HDD with SSD, and it should boot with all your personal setting intact.

 

regds.

 

MKB

 

 

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miguel146
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Message 25 of 29

Re: Lenovo Z50-70 SSD issue

I asked to Kingston technical support and they told me this:

Could you please download and install our Kingston SSD Manager on your hard drive and update the firmware of the SUV500:
https://www.kingston.com/en/support/technical/ssdmanager

Everything worked perfectly!
Hope this helps you.
 
 
Talals
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Message 26 of 29

Re: Lenovo Z50-70 SSD issue

am facing the same issue with G40-70 running windows 10.

Scenario...1
stock HDD moved (with caddy) replacing optical drive.
kingston uv500 in main drive bay
system doesn't boot (stuck at lonovo logo)

Scenario...2
kingston uv500 (with caddy) replacing optical drive.
stock HDD moved in main drive bay
system doesn't boot (stuck at lonovo logo)

Scenario...3
stock HDD alone in main drive bay, or with caddy in optical drive bay
system boots and functions normally

Q.. how did you update the UV500 using ssd manager? did you use external or another laptop? (i believe your laptop wasn't booting with the SSD fixed)
salab
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Message 27 of 29

Re: Lenovo Z50-70 SSD issue

Yes, Thank you! 

 

Issue with booting Windows 10 Lenovo z50-70 Kingston SSDNow UV500 will repair ssd firmware update with this software

https://www.kingston.com/en/support/technical/ssdmanager

theaftermath
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Message 28 of 29

Re: Lenovo Z50-70 SSD issue

I have tried everything with my T560 and still get errors (0x80070057)

 

Using Media Creation Tool 1809, Win10 64bit

Kingston 250GB A400 SSD

 

Updated Bios

Used Kingston SSD Manager - Up to date (was up to date)

Bios settings have been changed, many times, many combonations

Checked the SSD Update Utility offered here under Storage https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-t-series-laptops/thinkpad-...

 

Old HDD can still boot up fine.

 

Any other suggestions?

rod123z
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Message 29 of 29

Re: Lenovo Z50-70 SSD issue

Hey! Were you ever able to fix the issue?

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