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jordir
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Yoga 920-13IKB. Help with the "D" partition.

Yoga 920-13IKB. Help with the "D" partition.

Hi All,

I am new to the Forum, I hope that someone from the community can help me. Last month at a BestBuy in florida buy a Yoga 920-13IKB Notebook (ideapad). When installing my applications I had some problems and decided to start again with the factory recovery. The problem is that by mistake select also delete the "D" partition. Someone from the community that has an identical Notebook could send me the contents of this "D" partition, I would appreciate it very much.

Many thanks,

Regards.

Jordi.

joromagosa@carocomposites.com

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Lenovo.  Yoga 920-13IKB Notebook (ideapad).

Type.    80Y7

Model.   80Y70010US

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Re: Yoga 920-13IKB. Help with the "D" partition.

Hi jordir,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

Most of the Yoga 920 series, the D partition would only contain drivers and applications that you can place your backups and data too as discussed in this thread.

 

The drivers and applications can be downloaded from here.

 

Regards

 



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Re: Yoga 920-13IKB. Help with the "D" partition.

Hi spidey101,

Thank you very much for answering and thank you very much for the welcome. When I started again with the factory recovery a conflict or error appeared with one of the controllers. Before asking for help in the Forum try to correct this error by downloading the updates and drivers on the Lenovo website, however, I could not find any driver to correct this error. I believe that in the files that you delete in partition "D" is the solution to this and this is why I request this information in the forum, the problem is the following:

     The "ACPI\INT0E0C\2&daba3ff&2" device requires more installation.

Many thanks,

Regards.

Jordi.

joromagosa@carocomposites.com

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Lenovo.  Yoga 920-13IKB Notebook (ideapad).

Type.      80Y7

Model.   80Y70010US

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Re: Yoga 920-13IKB. Help with the "D" partition.

Hi jordir,

 

Greetings.

 

You can try downloading intel Smart connect drivers from the support website.

 

Update us how it goes.

 

Regards

 



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