Lenovo Y70-70 crashed showing blue screen, saying it attemts to repair, but just restarts and repairs in a loop. I am now rese

Saga Lout

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About as badly as it works in any other machine.

If you take the hard drive out of the laptop and buy a converter to connect it via USB to a PC or another laptop, you could start with testing the disk for errors.

You'll need to press your Windows key and R together then at the prompt in the black form, type
chkdsk /r
then hit Enter.

It may take a while but if it finds any errors, the /r switch wll make it try to repair them. Back in the laptop, try it again.
 

Saga Lout

Olde English
Moderator
About as badly as it works in any other machine.

If you take the hard drive out of the laptop and buy a converter to connect it via USB to a PC or another laptop, you could start with testing the disk for errors.

You'll need to press your Windows key and R together then at the prompt in the black form, type
chkdsk /r
then hit Enter.

It may take a while but if it finds any errors, the /r switch wll make it try to repair them. Back in the laptop, try it again.
 

majade

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majade

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Thank you Saga Lout. That was good advise. Although I do not feel comfortable with opening the laptop I will do if it happens again. For now - after much teeth-grinding - I am reinstalling from scratch.
 
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