Never had this problem before. Went into diagnostics mode and ran the built in checks and it complained of bad sectors on the disc and to run the full disc diagnostics to recover. Well, in this case, you can try to but if this also fails then the only solution left is to Install a new copy of Windows Clean Install. . This will open the Registry Editor program.
Can anyone please tell me what could be wrong here. Now the system boots into 12. Might that be related to whatever is causing the problem? He has been a tech enthusiast ever since his dad let him play with computers in the early 80s. Diagnostics are not all they're cracked up to be sometimes. I have deleted all previous partitions and installed Ubuntu 15. My experience is that this will usually fix the problem automatically. Then , using the arrows you will select boot options or boot settings.
Run a hard drive test and if it fails testing, back it up right away and replace it with a new hard drive. First , try this : the computer is off. Note that all of these attempts are with 64-bit 14. I have so many programs and it would take me a week to get it back to where it was. Also, your network card will likely not work on the 10. Note: In order to try below fixes you need to use Windows Installation or Recovery disc, so make sure you are ready with any one of them before hand.
This will reboot your system. Browse other questions tagged or. I have had the same exact problem when taking a machine right out of the box and installing Ubuntu regardless of release. A guide on How to Fix Error 1962: No Operating System found Lenovo Thinkcentre To repair damaged system, you have to purchase the licensed version of Reimage Reimage. Include as much information as possible: model, machine type, operating system, and a descriptive subject line.
Also unfortunately, the person who uses this computer didn't have their documents backed up, and if at all possible I need to salvage them. I'd give it a try before trying anything complicated, unless you really want to learn a lot, and have a lot of patience or troubleshooting abilities. I am not sure but I think so. If you are trying to install Windows 7 on a new Lenovo workstation, you may encounter the following error message: Error 1962: No Operating system found. The full disc diagnostics completed and found no errors. Called Lenovo and they wanted to walk me through reinstalling my Windows operating system back to factory settings which will mean I lose everything and about 30 to 60 minutes to complete.
Details: Windows 10 32bit Home Vers. Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo! So you can check if you can access your system after waiting for few hours. Select your language preferences, and click Next. Thank you very much for your responses. Also make sure that you don't have a disk in one of the drives. I tried booting without the hard drive and it still just sat there with the lenovo logo a couple minutes, then came up with the Error 1962 again.
Please let us know in the comment section below if this fix was useful to you and if it helped solve the problem! Instead of re-installing the Operating System you can do an Operating System repair. Â today is the last straw. Unsolicited private messages will be ignored - questions and answers belong in the forum so that others may benefit. If not there is generally a button to use at start up that will get you to a screen where you can restore your computer to a previous date. This happened over the weekend, but the computer is on a battery backup so I wouldn't think this was caused by power failure. Repair your Errors automatically ugetfix. I had the same problem installing Linux Mint 17.
Are there any other options? On the exit tab load optimal defaults and if there is an option on the lowest part, optimize to Windows 8 then save and exit. Include as much information as possible: model, machine type, operating system, and a descriptive subject line. Instead I got the 'no operating system found' error. You could then upgrade to ubuntu, which keeps the same partitioning. Under task manager it says 8. In order to fix this issue you need to set the Hard Disk as the top priority in the Boot order. That may not be correct.
I'm not sure why I didn't have any issues installing Linux Mint 15 on the same box a year-and-a-half ago, but I probably spent 10 hours trying to get Mint 17. I assume it wasn't since I am still getting the errors that this is supposed to fix. Boot-Repair picks up some minor issues as errors but this says grub installed correctly as error code 0 is no error. Now the system should reboot. I just installed a fresh copy of 12. Insert bootable Windows Xp cd and then press any key for boot.