Lenovo® IdeaPad V460 Not Starting
What are the possible reasons that Lenovo IdeaPad V460 won’t start?
Lenovo IdeaPad V460 is ideal and very thin system. This system is more suitable for people who give more importance to the performance rather than the features. The latest multi-Core processor in this system lets you do the multitasking more simply. This system provides more security through the fingerprint reader, USB port locker and the data encoding features. With the Rapid Drive technology in this Lenovo IdeaPad V460 system, you could boot up, shut down and open the system more quickly. Since Windows 7 is preinstalled with this series, the user could access more features and thus simplify their tasks. The system might show some issues during the booting up.
Following are the reasons and the resolution method for non- starting issue in the Lenovo IdeaPad V460 system:
- More start up programs
- Hard disk crash
- Operating System corruption
More start up programs
The startup list in the Lenovo IdeaPad V460 system might contain large number of programs. If each of these processes uses the system resources at the same time, none of them could access those resources. Lack of resources is the main reason for the wont start up issue in Lenovo IdeaPad V460. You could fix this issue by removing some of the unnecessary programs from the start up list. For this open the System configuration Utility and remove the unnecessary start up programs.
Hard disk crash
If the hard disk contains bad sections, then also the system will fail to boot up. The bad sections in the hard disk occur due to different reasons. One of the major reasons is the insufficient memory. By providing the sufficient memory, you could avoid this bad sessions in the hard disk. Some types of software are also there to fix the hard disk. This could fix the wont start up issue also.
The Operating System corruption in the system occurs when the system gets affected by malwares. The malwares would change the settings in the Operating System. You could correct it by using the malware scanning software. But, you might be forced to do the Operating System reinstallation. The option depends upon the level of Operating System corruption.