Monday, May 23, 2016

LENOVO S10 SERIES LAPTOP BIOS RECOVERY STEPS

LENOVO S10 LAPTOP SERIES CRASHED BIOS RECOVERY STEPS.

The Lenovo S10 has the following specifications:

1.6GHz N270 Intel Atom Processor.
1GB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM 667MHz.
Windows XP Home Edition (SP3).
10.2" WSVGA AntiGlare TFT with integrated camera 1024x600.

160GB 5400rpm hard drive.
Intel GMA 950 Integrated Graphics.
Broadcom 11b/g Wi-Fi wireless and Bluetooth.
4-in-1 Media card reader and ExpressCard slot.
3-Cell Li-ion battery.
Size: 9.8" x 7.2" x 1.2" (including feet).
Weight: 2.64 lbs (with 3-cell battery).


RECOVERY STEPS FOR LENOVO IDEAPAD S10 SERIES.

Warning: Without Battery This Process not working)
Download Bios from lenovo website:
Extract it with winrar and copy xxxx.rom file to fdd Drive or usb:


1. Put in USB Floppy Drive
2. Hold FN+R
3. plug in Power Supply (still holding FN+R)
4. Press the Power on/off Button
5. look at the USB LED its start blinking after 5-7 min its restart.


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