07-22-2018 12:35 PM
I'm facing some little problems that a clean install would definately solve them, but I'm afraid that if I install onekey recovery afterwords, it won't be or can't be 100% integrated with the system. There's this novo key on the side that it brings onekey recovery if i shut my laptop and then press it, would it work later after a clean install of windows OS and reinstalling onekey recovery?
Is there anything that is really useful by Lenovo that I'm going to miss out on, if i do a clean install? Is there any risks at all?
Thank U guys
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07-23-2018 08:11 AM - edited 07-23-2018 09:42 AM
You can "format" disk C: when clean install Windows 10 (1803) April 2018 Update without problem, but to keep OneKey Recovery functionality it's mandatory DON'T DELETE any original disk partition on SSD.
OneKey Recovery (with Lenovo Windows 8.1 factory image) will be fine if you decide to rollback. It's hidden into "PBR_DRV, 12.99 GB" partition as mentioned in Yoga 2 Pro - what partition to delete for clean install?
Drivers to be installed manually (with CORRECT and TESTED versions):
Drivers installed automatically from Windows Update (No Action Needed):
- Intel DPTF Driver for Windows 10 (64-bit) - From Microsoft
- Synaptics Touchpad Driver for Windows 10 (64-bit) - From Microsoft
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