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ShadowStriker15
Fanfold Paper
Posts: 9
Registered: ‎11-09-2018
Location: US
Views: 859
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Reset Bottom Cover Tamper Error

Well, after weeks of trouble with detection error on my brand new Yoga X1 3rd Gen. laptop and after a miraculously fix by chance by my local technician, I'm once again faced with an error before I can even boot up Windows. Are all Lenovo Thinkpads horrendously faulty or is just my device partially prone to errors? I checked the bio and this detection isn't even enabled so I'm puzzled as to why I must face this error everytime I attempt to boot up the device. Is there a way to fix this error or to reset it? Of course I've tampered the bottom to fix an error that was caused by loose screws. Now I have to deal with another obvious irritatable error without finding an explanation online. The few information even containing the tamper error on the manual for the device shows no hint in solving this issue. Lenovo support is testing my patience during an already hectic time in my life.

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