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  1. Thank you very much elementalfx ! Everything worked fine after reflashing with same BIOS version i.e. 3.05 I have another query : From where to update my win 7 ultimate drivers to get graphics performance and look of original installation ? I noticed the graphics performance is much better in preinstalled Win 8 . Do automatic driver updaters like Driver Easy [http://www.drivereasy.com] work?
  2. Thanks for replying! I own this one Amazon.com: Crucial m4 256GB 2.5-Inch (9.5mm) SATA 6Gb/s Solid State Drive CT256M4SSD2: Electronics It worked fine for over a year last week when I updated bios to 3.05. How do you revert using BIOS flashback option ? I reflashed it with 3.05 again, can I go back to earliest version now using flashback option? It could be a display problem too. Any idea how to fix that when I can't boot into my SSD (even safe mode doesn't work due to garbled screen on boot ). I had installed Win 7 ultimate (with debian as dual boot)which worked well during last 1 year. I check my SATA controller , it was AHCI and not compatible. Also I used Legacy mode to detect my hdd. Thanks again!
  3. Don't buy the cheap ones. I bought the cheapest available, a Toshiba ext hdd and another not so cheap WD My Passport. After few months Toshiba has few bad sectors while WD is running flawless. It's true you get what you pay for.
  4. If you are looking for a free tool Kickass Undelete, an open source file recovery software worked for me to recover files from my mobile sd card after format. Kickass Undelete - a free, open source file recovery tool for Windows
  5. I bought a y510p a year ago, unplugged and saved the original HDD with Win 8 untouched and installed Win 7 on M2 SSD . It worked fine for until few days ago I upgraded the BIOS to rev 3.05 which messed up boot with SSD, I get garbled screen and safe mode is also not accessible. The new BIOS is buggy and freezes in under 5 seconds, so any change I intend to do I must do it very quickly. The original HDD works fine though. Is the Rev 3.05 more suitable for Win 8 ? How can I revert back to previous revision which I don't remember maybe it was 2.04 or 2.07 ? Is BIOS firmware backed up with other drivers on a original HDD that came with lenovo y510p ? Can BIOS actually cause problems with booting like display etc once it detects HDD ? Upgrading my BIOS seems to be the worst decision I made and it is causing me huge loss of productivity. Thank you for your help! PS I'm glad to find this wonderful forum while looking for a solution.
  6. I saw the ninja turtles (2014) and into the storm(2014) yesterday and today respectively Decent flicks, not very good though
  7. I am listening to some amazing video games soundtracks
  8. Lenovo is nice but it's BIOS is buggy. I own a y510p and after updating bios it does not work well with my SSD
  9. Hi Guys! I am here to meet likeminded people who are interested in technology, computers and games
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