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y570 booting problems

I have lenovo Y570. It happened so that electricity went wrong and my computer shut down instantely(there was no battery in it at that moment). After electricity coming back, i tried to turn on computer but this happens: it is booting and after windows logo, blue page appears and after few seconds computer restarts. And this happens on and on and on. Im out of ideas how to fix it:/ tried few things but nothing worked:/ please helpSmiley Happy

 

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Re: booting problems

Welcome to the forum!

 

This could be happening due to improper Windows shutdown. I am assuming you are using Windows 7. Try these steps.

 

As soon as the system starts keep tapping F8. From advanced start up menu, select last known good configuration. If system boots to Windows, then do a normal shutdown and check if it solves the issue.

 

If you are not able to boot on last known good configuration, then again enter advanced boot menu (F8) and select disable automatic restart... Note the error and let me know.

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Re: booting problems

Thanks for trying to help Smiley Happy 

 

I tried last known good configuration but computer booted the same way as previously written. 

 

the blue screen shows this http://s11.postimage.org/ydm7g93ub/IMG_20130202_124700.jpg

 

 

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Re: booting problems

Hi helpp,

 

This is a long shot, but try unplugging the ac adapter, make sure the battery is out and press and hold the power button for 10 seconds.  Do this 3 or 4 times, then plug in just the ac adapter, (not the battery), and at the splash screen press F8 and see if you can boot into safe mode.  If you can, do a proper shutdown from there and boot it back up and see if you can get into Windows normally.

 

Dave


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helpp
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Re: booting problems

Trying to boot by safemode, computer still boots in the same way as previously written.... in blue screen:/

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Re: booting problems

Any other suggestions? Please...
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Re: booting problems

Hi,

 

As it is not even booting to safe mode, you can try the solution on this thread. The BSOD on your system is caused by 'fbfmon.sys'

 

http://forums.lenovo.com/t5/IdeaPad-S-series-Netbooks/S205-Blue-Screen-of-Death/td-p/834203

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Re: booting problems

this what i thought to do. but when i go to command prompt, i cannot navigate to windows/system32/drivers. 

 

when you open it, ther is written this :   X:\windows\system32>

 

I tried to do 

X:\windows\system32>cd /d c:\windows\system32\drivers but it writes that it is impossible to find what you are looking for... :/ 

 

Am i doing it wrong ? Is it impossible to reach that fbfmon.sys file in different way ? Smiley Happy 

 

 

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Re: booting problems

On the command prompt try this 

X:\Windows\system32>cd drivers<enter>

 

Please check and see if you can navigate. If it gives any error type dir /p on the same prompt and check if drivers folder is listed.

 

Do let me know the result.

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Re: booting problems

i used ubuntu live cd. and do practically the same thing... navigated to drivers and deleted the file Smiley Wink now the the computer boots, but a lot of other errors occur... :/ and boots really slowly,best in 20 minutes Smiley Happy but im happy to see any progress at this time Smiley Happy 

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