05-16-2018 05:25 AM
ok, even after all tests said the ssd was "fine", the bsod and even worse "no bootable disk found" happened again and again. I decided to replace it. hardest part was finding a new drive. made a bootable usb, then replaced the drive and reinstalled windows. PAINLESS and i'm back and running with a perfect laptop. thanks to all who responded.
07-11-2018 09:30 AM
Had mine for service for this reason. Came back with new Ssd but without functioning power button and no serial and type designation in bios. Worked fine for half a year but then the errors started again with increasing frequency. Bluescreen out of the blue. Tried restore from early backup image, but this allways failed.
In the end, full format and install of newest win10 + a few Lenovo drivers. And now, knock wood, it just works fine!
08-16-2018 06:05 AM - edited 08-16-2018 06:06 AM
Perhaps, it's a late reply, but I've had the same thing. This happens when the Laptop updates its BIOS and loses the power (most likely the user disconnects it from the charger/docking station). I re-imaged the laptop and re-constructed the HDD, no luck.
The solution for this to place a Service Request with Lenovo and have them to replace the motherboard.
12-29-2018 05:46 AM
12-29-2018 07:01 AM
glundby-I found an inexpensive ssd on Amazon or eBay-thinking Amazon because I knew I could return it. anyway, that 100% solved my issues. made me wish I did it right away instead of wanting to toss the thing across the room all the time lol. good luck!