12-14-2017 01:21 PM
I tries the B methos also, with FAT32 and again with FAT, named the file
Tried the Fn+R when powering on, tried the Windows+B, had a bit more luck by
1/ entering the bios
2/ reseting to optimized default
3/ go to security tab and ther appears a setup mode, entered the setup mode
4/ save and exit setup from bios
5/ in the few seconds it's down, press Fn+R and keep pressing until it power up
6/ you'll hear beeps, release the Fn+R
But still no luck, it finally loads the Lenovo Logo and keeps looping on the message "ubuntu boot failed" written in grey inside a blue box...
12-20-2017 12:37 PM
Found it interesting Ubuntu notes this as a known issue in 17.10 but how many read the known issues or simply upgrade from a older Version. It basically bricked my IdealPad 110 to a point I would have to pay Lenovo to reflash Bios correctly. Strangely this has something to do with a Intel hardware driver? All I know is I am looking for another laptop and it won’t be a Lenovo or have Ubuntu installed. I’m still dumbfounded at how a OS can even corrupt a bios like this.
12-26-2017 11:20 PM
Someone made it by updating the kernal. Follow below link.
12-28-2017 03:58 AM
Hello, please could yo explain wich USB Programmer did you used? and a little explanation how to do it..
01-01-2018 06:54 PM