06-26-2012 04:10 AM
my just over one year old lenovo t410s is not behaving properly. It freezes up unperiodcally in widows and produces a bsod for a couple of milliseconds. When it tries to reboot right after, the following error message pops up:
2100: HDD0 (Hard disk drive) initialization error (2)
Press <ESC> to continue.
Pressing escape does not lead any way, the only way to buypass this message in order to enter windows again is to undock the laptop and pull out the battery, and then insert it again.
I have read a couple of forum threads and tried some fixes and some registry cleaning, but none of them seems to work.
Is this a hardware fault? Do i have to replace my 128 gig ssd, if so will the warranty cover it? Or is there some fix out there
06-26-2012 06:57 AM
06-26-2012 11:37 PM
I have already backed up the important data. This is my work computer so i cant run the hd diagnostics at work because it takes ages to finish. I will put it on run when i leave this evening, and check the results in the morning.
In the meantime i have elevated my laptop from the desk, to see if it can be a thermal problem like you stated.
Do you know if i will be able to get a new ssd from the lenovo warranty, if the hd diagnostics shows that it is a defect disk?
The computer is just over 1 year old.
06-27-2012 04:37 AM
12-01-2014 06:14 PM
Hola , yo tengo un problema parecido solo que me pone todo lo mismo pero error 1, alguien sabe que es ? puede ser un virus ? o por que me dejo de funcionar la compu, gracias