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whea_uncorrectable_error

2020-09-18, 4:10 AM

I own a LENOVO YOGA 3 running on Window 8 OS. 

 

I got a BLUESCREEN

 

whea_uncorrectable_error 

 

After a minute gathering error information, the laptop restarted. Should I be alarmed with this error?

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Re:whea_uncorrectable_error

2020-09-18, 9:52 AM

Hi,

 

Welcome to the Lenovo forum community!

 

The error can happen when a hardware error is detected, or when theres issues with a driver.

 

To figure out if this is a hardware issue, i would suggest the following:

Disconnect the charger from the laptop, and the wall.  

Make sure the laptop is powered off, then press and hold the power button for 60 seconds.

Reconnect the charger to the laptop, then the wall.

Now try to start your computer.

 

See if this solves it.

 

If not, then i would try the following:

i will suggest resetting the BIOS settings, which can be done the following way, , you need to push the tiny button located (Go to pcsupport.lenovo.com search with your serial number, then select pane "Knowledgebase and Guides" Then find the user manual and locate the Novo buttons placement in the manual),  

You can use, for example a paperclip to press it, after you have pressed the button, the laptop will power on, and present a small  

menu, use the arrow keys to select BIOS Setup, and press the enter key to select.

 

Now use the arrow key right to go to the tab called "Exit" then use arrow down key to highlight "Load Default Settings", then press  

enter, and then use arow key up to highlight "Exit Saving Changes", press enter, then press enter again to aknowledge saving, now let  

the computer boot, and see if this changes anything.

 

If this still did not solve the issue, try the following:

To do a factory reset, first you will need to make a backup of your important files to an external USB storage unit, or to an online drive.

Then you need to turn off your laptop completely, by holding down the power button for 10 seconds.

To initiate the factory reset, you need to push the tiny button located (Go to pcsupport.lenovo.com search with your serial number, then select pane "Knowledgebase and Guides" Then find the user manual and locate the Novo buttons placement in the manual), You can use for example, a paperclip to press it, after  

you have pressed the button, the laptop will power on, and present a small menu, use the arrow keys to select factory reset, and press the  

enter key to select. Now follow the on screen instructions.

 

How to Disable Automatic Driver Downloads on Windows 10

  1. Right click the Start button and select Control Panel.
  2. Make your way to System and Security.
  3. Click System.
  4. Click Advanced system settings from the left sidebar.
  5. Select the Hardware tab.
  6. Press the Device Installation Settings button.
  7. Choose No, and then press the Save Changes button.

 

Reboot, then start Lenovo Vantage, update the drivers, reboot update windows, and see if this solves the issue, if not, then you definately have a hardware issue.



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