01-11-2018 02:33 AM
In 2014 I purchased a Lenovo X1 Carbon (gen 2) from Lenovo. It has been a decent computer, but I'm having some issues now and, not being a tech person, am not sure if I should invest in a new computer or see if I can get this one fixed. The problem is I recently moved to Nepal for work, and my extended warranty (which I just discovered is only a hardware warranty...) runs out in 40 days. Here are some screen shots of my problems:
I would greatly appreciate any suggestions!
01-11-2018 05:44 AM - last edited on 01-17-2018 07:55 AM by Andy_Lenovo
It doesn;t necessarily means that you need to change your whole laptop. These types of error are commonly caused by a corrupt Windows or because of a faulty piece of hardware. Let's solve this problem step-by-step:
80% of these issues are mostly solved by reinstalling windows, but if this BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) is constantly coming even during the Windows installation, then go for Step 2:
First off, clean your laptop's ram and use a blower to blow off dust from within the laptop. Moreover, look for HDD cables and fan functionality.
As you said that you still have warranty left, so try to avail that and see where that takes you. It's advisable that you save money by availing the warranty.
The last step is purchasing a new laptop. As you are a lenovo user and are looking for another Lenovo I would suggest going with Lenovo Y700, as its high-end specs would able to suffice your daily requirements.
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01-11-2018 05:47 AM - last edited on 01-17-2018 07:56 AM by Andy_Lenovo
I typed a whole response to your query, but I don't know it's not showing up here and I even forgot to save it. :-( By the way, I suggested you to go for Lenovo Y700 if you're looking for a new Lenovo.
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01-11-2018 06:01 AM
It seems, that your SSD disk have some problems and needs to be replaced. I would advice to contact Lenovo's service center and request SSD disk replacement. Make sure to copy all your data before sending the device.