Question about Lenovo Computers & Internet
From the description of the problem I assume that you had an operating system installed and the laptop worked fine before the problem occure.
Usually this problem occurs when there is a hardware malfunction of the Hard Disk Drive.
Although you can follow this steps to diagnose if that is your problem.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
Pressing F2 is the shortcut key to enter in cmos setup or bios settings where you can setup interrupt request and the direct memory access and also changing system date and time. While the F12 key is a shortcut key where you can select a boot device which are the hard disk drive if it's loaded with the operating system like windows xp or windows 7 etc., and if you are going to install or reformat your computer select the cd/dvd room drive to be the boot device. Supposedly the computer will load after the F2 or F12 appears on your screen if you have the functional operating system. But if your computer still restarting and always appearing on your screen the said F2 and F12 keys that means it is required to be reformat your computer. But before that you try to tapping F8 key while turning on your computer and select safe mode and press enter, after loading and still restarting that is the time to format your computer but you must back up your data or files that you saved on your computer. Call a computer technician or IT that know how to back up and can format your computer. Have a nice day.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can also use Symantec Recovery Disk or similiar product and replace the MBR (Master Boot Record) for many fail to boot problems. The utility section of this program gives you that capability. Replacing the MBR on any windows system has no effect on anything installed on the hard drive, nothing is lost! I have recovered many hard drives with this method especially those with the BSOD!
Posted on Jan 28, 2012
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