03-29-2017 12:59 PM - edited 03-29-2017 01:03 PM
I had exactly the problem you had on my X270, also the 512GB NVMe drive.. Same BSODs. And same 0 memory dumps. I sent it to the depot which suggested a new motherboard and I chose to take a new unit rather than get what is essentially a refurb at new prices. Haven't received the new unit yet. Received the machine on 3/9... futzed with it until 3/17 when I sent it in for repairs. Request for a new motherboard came in on 3/24. Got it back unrepaired on 3/28 and sent it back today 3/29.
(BTW: It has nothing to do with hibernation since mine would blue screen in the midst of doing something...)
03-31-2017 12:21 PM - edited 03-31-2017 12:22 PM
My new order was not going to be delivered until May 2. I was told there is a shortage of graphics cards. In any case, I cancelled the replacement and am in the middle of getting a refund. I have gone a different way.
04-01-2017 08:52 AM - edited 04-02-2017 04:53 AM
Same problem for me.. any update/solution ?
My SSD lost connection randomly and disapears resulting I/O errors.
X270 with THNSF5512GPUK NVMe on latest firmware (51025KLA).
i found a topic talking about the same problem: https://superuser.com/questions/1194478/ssd-suddenly-becomes-unreadable-how-to-diagnose
04-02-2017 11:11 AM
Similar issue here. Brand new x270, BSODs (win10/64). Details:
i5, 8GB, 512GB NVMe. Bios 1.10, Toshiba NVMe bios unknown version.. TVSU didn't update that.
- Win10 Re-Install (System Reset to Factory)
- Hardware diags - no failures.
- Downloaded Win10 Reinstall media (Lenovo USB Recovery Creator); fails to reinstall with useless error message.
- Attempted re-install with open license media; fails to read/write from NVMe HDD; attempted to find Intel RST drivers; no joy for gen7/i5 chipset.
- Waiting for physical re-install media to arrive. No expectation that it will work whatsoever.
- Just disabled UEFI/SecureBoot. Approaching hour 18 now of tinkering with this.. re-attempting re-install with USB key media..
04-05-2017 04:11 AM
Yesterday, tech support replaced my TOSHIBA NVMe by a new SAMSUNG one (SAMSUNG MZVLW512HMJP-000L7), works perfectly now.
I hope this issue ca be fixed by a firmware/bios update...
04-05-2017 04:50 AM
It's been confirmed as a ThinkPad X270 BIOS issue that makes this system have some power-management incompatibility with Toshiba NVMe SSD. New BIOS is expected during the week of April 17 but I am trying to arrange an earlier release for affected forum users to help verify the fix.
04-05-2017 05:27 AM
Count me in, please. Alpha/Beta testing at your disposal.
Machine's a brick right now - so having access ASAP would be greatly appreciated!