I would like to assist you with this question today. Are you still there?
Yes was having lunch sorry and was on the wrong page
Ok - I will instruct here what should be done now.
If power to your computer is interrupted while BIOS is being updated, your computer might not restart correctly. The Clear CMOS/Recovery jumper enables you to restart the system and recover the BIOS. To perform a Flash/BIOS recovery using the Clear CMOS/Recovery jumper, use the following procedure:
Thank you I will try that
I see that it may be difficult for you to perform these steps (as you will need a flash diskette or CD) too therefore i would like to know if this system is still under warranty?
You should only do this if you feel 100% confident that you will be able to perform all the steps otherwise i will not recommend it.
You can view/download the flash bios versions from http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/detail.page?DocID=DS019784
I created a flash CD to update the bios on another computer after I had the problem with the power while updating through windows hopefully that will work
There are a number of authorized service providers for Lenovo in Australia who may be able to fix this quickly and easily as well.http://support.lenovo.com/en_GB/research/hints-or-tips/detail.page?DocID=HT002817
So my recommendation No: 1 (Have it fixed through an authorized Lenovo Center) BECAUSE if any step is performed incorrectly, it may short the motherboard or cause other serious problem that may void the warranty.
No worries if I still have problems I will either contact you again or take it to a service centre thank you for all your help
No problem - Would you like me to assist any further on this?
No should be ok now
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