Start up Issues in Lenovo® IdeaPad U460
What are the possible reasons for start up issues in Lenovo IdeaPad U460?
Due to some of the internal reasons, the Lenovo IdeaPad U460 system sometimes may refuse to start up properly. The reasons can be divided as external problems and the internal problems. The bad power setting is an example of external trouble. Example for an internal issue is the registry corruption. The registry of the Lenovo IdeaPad U460 system may contain some of the unused programs and these unused programs are the reason for the corruption in registry. Bad sectors in the hard disk also prevent the proper start up. If the hard disk contains bad sectors, then the start up programs cannot find the resources easily from these badly arranged sectors. If you can hear the start up sound and still you can’t see any progress in the monitor that might due to the monitor problem.
Following are some of the ways to fix the start up issue in Lenovo IdeaPad U460:
- Ensure proper power settings
- Remove the bad sectors
- Correct the registry
Ensure proper power settings
If your Lenovo IdeaPad U460 system does not start up, then first you need to check the power settings. If the cable is not properly connected to the plug, and the system's battery is not charged, then the system may not start up. So, plug in the cable correctly and check whether the system starts up properly.
Remove the bad sectors
The sectors in the hard disk go bad when any of the information from the hard disk is lost or the memory space gets reduced. But you cannot repair the hard disk bad sectors. Instead of repairing you can scan the hard drive and thus you can remove them from the disk.
By correcting the corruption in the registry also, you can resolve the issue. To clean the registry you just need to remove the corrupted files from the registry. You may perform this task either manually or by using the registry cleaning software.