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Lenovo booting problem

I've a lenovo 300N100 HCQ model. after pressing the power button it is taking more than 10 minutes to start the booting process. once it starts it is booting normally with out any error. after pressing even the screen is not glowing only power LED is glowing.

any one help plz

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  • brama Aug 08, 2008

    thank u, 2day i'll try the same..

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So u;re saying that the BIOS tests are taking 10 minutes ?! Usually that happenes when the computer shutes down brutally (after power surges, by removing the battery ... by forced shut down). Try doing a BIOS update, and also set it so it will skip some tests or not to do through testing ....

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