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My Lenovo N500 laptop had many errors; it had Windows 8.1 loaded. I did a factory reset as the original Vista OS is still on the HD. Message no operating system found; now a boot mgr error!

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If you have no password, windows will not work. Seek professional advice with a view to copying your data off before formatting.

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I have a lenova n500 laptop. When i log in it says i need to reactivate my OS (Windows Vista). I have a Vista CD which I am trying to install. When i insert this nothing comes up. I have run out of ideas.

When Vista tells you that you need to reactivate the OS, it will give you the opportunity to do it now. You should not need to reload windows to reactivate it. All you need is a valid key (which should be on the CD or the bottom of the Laptop).

Alternatively, if you cannot connect to the internet, you can call Microsoft to activate the product.

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I installed a wierd bios on my compaq presario sr5710f desktop computer and am trying to reset the bios back to factory default. I have downloaded the bios setup file from hp's website and tried to...

Need more details on this situation. Was the Presario originally configured with Windows Vista Home Premium OS factory AND are you still running the original factory Windows Vista OS on it? I know that the original owner of my SR5710F had from the factory, Windows Vista Home Premium edition (32 bit). Compaq's website only shows 1 BIOS update available for this OS. If you try to run that executable file on any other version of Windows, you will get the error message that you described. I myself am working on being able to reflash the BIOS from a bootable CD/DVD/ or thumb drive. The executeable update to flash BIOS from Compaq's / HP's website indicates a version of 5.27. When I look at the CMOS memory, the screen reports a version of 5.31. How this happened in the life of this machine, I can only speculate. I do have the 3 dvd set which is supposed to re-image the hard drive to its factory released condition, but the load fails every time at the same place (3rd dvd, at 92% complete, with an error 1005). Compaq's / HP's web site does warn against flashing BIOS with any thing other than what the company certifies. I called Compaq tech support and their advice to me is to send in the motherboard. of which.. Im reluctant to do so as I am wanting to exhaust all the possible remedies before committing to buying a motherboard for upwards of 300.00 usd. Will stay in touch as things develop. Good Luck

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I have a Lenovo g530 laptop with Windows Vista installed. I'm having a tough time getting it speed up, so i'm wanting to restore to factory settings. I have the factory disk it came with. Can you take me...


This is what you are going to do, insert the disc inside the drive then restart the laptop, keep on tapping F12, then you will see there a list of option that says Boot from HDD, ODD, LAN you need to choose ODD then press enter, remember, there will be a message that will appear asking you to press any key immediately to boot from ODD, you need to press any key immediately once that message appear, then it will come up as windows is loading files, choose restore from factory default or initial backup then you will see there different partitions, choose disc 0 partition 1 then click start or OK, that will reinstall your OS to the factory default.

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Te webcam on my Lenovo 3000 N500 does not work. Te manual says it doesn't work wit Vista & i need to download te drivers, but doesn't say wat drivers i need to download.

I need you to tell me what OS you have and then from the Device ID i can locate the drivers for you. Please get back to me

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"Windows vista booting corrupt"

try to boot ur laptop with disc manager cd or win XP.
if doesnt works then try win 98 cd and delete ur C:/ partiton and install new vista

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