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I have a IBM Lenovo r500 laptop and I am having trouble loading windows 7 on it. I have updated the bios but it has worked since then. Now I am having error messages trying to reinstall it on a clean...


Yes! it could be, is the window 7 a upgrade disc? the reason I ask it will detect the previous version and install, but if the hard drive has been completely formatted it won't install on empty hardware. If that is not the issue go into bios and reset to factory default it might make the difference.

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I have a Lenovo 300 N200 (0769) Recently it has become very slow even though everything seems fine. I tried running defragmentation but on a check it said defrag not needed as there's a lot of empty...


The slow reason may be one or more problems acting together. The problem nowadays is that it is very difficult and time consuming to monitor and take care of your Lenovo PC. Even experienced users find it hard to perform such tasks on regular basis because you might need to prepare a huge amount of time and energy to deal with each issue separately.

If you want to fix the problems more efficiently, try the Lenovo speed up program, available here.

Jun 27, 2011 | Lenovo 3000 N200 0769 - Core 2 Duo T5250...

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C drive is full but me e drive is empty how do i fix this?


Click Start
Click All Programs
Click Accessories
Click System Tools
Click Disk Cleanup to delete unnecessary files.

Then, you can copy files from your "My Documents" folder to the 'E:' drive.

Apr 10, 2011 | IBM Lenovo ThinkPad T61 Notebook

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I wnt 2 install widows 7 in my lenovo y 410 54Q note book... i want drivers for installing windows 7 62 bit or 32 bit drivers needed


Firstly go to Lenova's web site and make sure that Win7 supports Lenova 3000. If it does, check 64 is supported.
If all is OK, download the 64bit drivers to a USB flash drive or burn them to a cd.

Back up all of your data!!

Put Win7 64 system disk in your DVD drive and boot from that.
Follow the prompts and be certain to install A CLEAN INSTALL.
If you don't you will bring problems with you from your old system.
When Windows has finished installing, go through all of your programmes, installing them, as you have an empty drive to put them on, then install the 64bit drivers from your CD or USB drive.
Good luck and I hope this helps.

Nov 23, 2010 | Lenovo 3000 Y410 Laptop

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When i plug my pen drive 2 my laptop . it shows me empty , and when i make folder in it , th folder get vanished . please help me


possible that the folders are hidden. When you open the pen drive look for tools on the top selec folder options>view tab>look for hidden files and folders click on show hidden files and folders

Jul 20, 2010 | Lenovo IdeaPad Y430-5242U Notebook

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D-drive is not working, just noise, then it stops. When checking 'My computer', the D-drive is empty!


It could be your media problem. Use Active Partition Recovery tool, I assure your problem will be solve while your data will recover also.

Aug 04, 2009 | Lenovo Thinkpad R61i Notebook PC

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Lenovo Ideapad Y510 c drive full but d drive shows as empty


The cursor jump is probably because your arm or part of your hand is getting close to the touchpad.
I have the same problem.
You can toggle touchpad support by holding down the 'Fn' key and hitting 'F8'. (Fn+F8)
Don't forget to turn it back on when you want to move the mouse.

In regards to "local disk c:" being full. It sounds like your drive is partitioned into two logical drives.
You can use two methods in gaining space on C:.
The first option would be to move some of your documents from the C: partition to D:. (If you continue to save all of your files to C:, it will become full again.)
The second would be to re-size your C: partition using a tool such as "Partition Magic" in order to allocate some of the unused space on D: to C:. (This may take some time to complete. Make sure you are connected to AC power, you do not want your computer to go to standby or hibernate while changing partition sizes.)

Hope this helps.


Mar 20, 2009 | Lenovo IdeaPad Y510 Notebook

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DVD drive not reading properly


Well this apparently is a large problem with Lenovo and specific drives coming out of India Such as Matsh*ta Drives...and the Lenovo people have not addressed this......There are several Ideas floating about...One person noted that his DVD drive is working great with the Vista OS...others that have downgraded to a better (fewer problems) XP OS/platform have had many problems with the CD/DVD drives...so it could be Software or Hardware related however...one person noted (his words not mine) =
"Problem is that some dust accumulate on the lens of the drive and hence it stops recognizing the discs.So what I did yesterday is that I opened the drive, then opened its screws and then cleaned the lens with a soft and clean cloth. after that i put it back in its place and then my drive started recognizing all the discs."
So I hope some how the problem is solved for you all soon and I hope this has been helpful in some way...Thanks ..The Fang

Jan 15, 2009 | Lenovo 3000 Y410 Notebook

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