Lenovo comes with one touch recovery function. I'm not an hardware expert but i guess this means some preconfiguration of hard drive disk. I bought Lenovo/ DOS and installed windows by my own. Now I want to create an image of my windows or in other words how can i make that one key recovery functioanl on my system. Do I need to re-install windows? Does this only works with Windows Vista? Please advise.
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Do you mean the touch function isn't working? Try reloading the lenovo drivers.
Do you mean the screen is dark or non functioning?
The usual cause is the flat cable from the body of the laptop to the screen is broken.
Warranty or repair shop.
I guess you mean the keyboard function act as though the fn key is always being pressed? If so this is likely to be a hardware problem. Look at gently prying up the key (most keys are press fit and can be removed, lift it off as level as you can, should be relatively easy but don't force it!) once off try moving the rubber pad below the key with a small blunt instrument, keep testing other keys while doing it to see if the fn effect ever lifts of, may have got wet or something underneath the key.
1 Press the Novo button to start the Lenovo OneKey Recovery system. 2 Click System Recovery. The computer will restart to the recovery environment. 3 Follow the on-screen instructions to restore the system partition to its original status or to a previously created back-up point.
If Windows cannot be started, follow the steps below to start the Lenovo OneKey Recovery system: 1 Shut down the computer. 2 Press the Novo button. From Novo Button Menu, select System recovery and press Enter.
I am guessing that you want to do a complete system restore back to factory, correct? If so then you realize everything on your computer will be wiped out and it will be back to what is was when it left the factory. This is an extreme change.
Turn off your Lenovo. (i mean shut down and make sure it's power off)
Now press on the "One Key Recovery" key at the top of your Keyboard, your Lenovo S10 should boot up. Else hold down the "One Key Recovery" key until it boot up.
Now you may choose "Restore to factory settings" from the screen and proceed for the restoration.
** the restoration will first check if your windows files has been corrupted, if yes, then it will restore it to the original state and no restore is required. else it will continue with the restoration.
Hope this helps...
These devices are generally quite reliable so I would be looking for the possibililty of a damaged software driver.
If the touchpad is completely dead, use the tab and arrow keys to access the Control Panel.
Open the Mouse folder, go to the Hardware tab, locate the touchpad entry (it is likely shown as a mouse), highlight it and delete the entry.
Exit the open windows, reboot your computer.
If the touch pad is functional at all, Windows should show a dialog box stating 'Found new hardware' and it may also say that it is installing the software for it.
It may however, ask you to insert a disk with the software on it and that would be on any recovery disk that came with your notebook.
If it does not see the touchpad because it is defective, then it is a failure of the touchpad.