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Now the last time I did a BIOS update from the original 1.
But F12 did work, and I was finally able to get into the "choose boot вот ссылка dialog of the BIOS and specify NVMe0, and it took off and I was back operating again.
I then re-entered the BIOS на этой странице specify that NVMe0 was the boot drive, and from that point on everything worked properly and normally again.
Didn't need to 5 ENTER or F12, it just booted properly again from NVMe0.
Did you keep the original boot HDD around?
Have you tried booting with all of the SSDs physically removed and just the original HDD in the machine?
Re: P70 950 Pro NVMe0 boot BIOS update to 1.
With Bitlocker and 2 other SSDs in the system.
Was created by clean windows setup, not a clone of existing drives, no 3rd party utilities used.
Perhaps can try booting from the original drive and repair boot sequence.
Re: P70 950 Pro NVMe0 5 BIOS update to 1.
That is how mine is configured with the 1.
Re: P70 950 Pro NVMe0 boot BIOS update to 1.
Heart stopping moment for sure.
In my naivete I simply turned off the machine, undocked it and started it up again under battery with no connection to the outside world.
It booted normally at that point and continued to boot normally from then on.
You sir, are the winner of this ticket's "Brass Ring" award.
I would mark the thread "solved", but it's not quite solved see my next post.
But definitely a "kudo" earned.
As you suggested from your own experience, pulling the power cable from my P70 and thus running it on battery, for just this first boot after BIOS update, finally allowed the boot process to complete.
I didn't have to press ENTER, and I didn't have to press F12.
After that I could then put the power cord back in and from that point forward the boot hangup at "press ENTER" no longer appears.
While I don't have a dock, I do have the P70 connected to external devices with cables: external monitor, external USB mouse and keyboard, external USB 3.
And then sure enough, just as you читать далее />THE MACHINE BOOTED NORMALLY!!!
Booting from the 950 in NVMe0, obviously.
And once this first-boot-after-BIOS-update was completed successfully, well now from now on booting is once again "normal" well not quite entirely 100% see PROBAT LYO 10 50 - 100 л) story and no longer hangs at the "press ENTER" message.
In fact, all of my previous BIOS settings are still in effect, including my STARTUP boot device order including all of the EXCLUDED entries.
But I believe the key 5 here is that it is the POWER CONNECTION which is 5 is hanging up my P70 at that first re-boot right after BIOS update.
The power connection is REQUIRED in order to begin the BIOS update, and it will error out and not even start if the system update program sees that the power cord is not connected.
So you have to have the power cord plugged in, just 5 begin the BIOS update process.
But for some reason, leaving the cord plugged in when the machine re-boots after updating the BIOS.
I have to now remove the power connection that's been now proven to really be the only cable I need to remove in order for that first re-boot to now complete.
And then I can plug the power cord back in, and from now on all subsequent boots will be "normal" and will never again hang at that "press ENTER" message.
Story summarized and continued in next post.
Re: P70 950 Pro NVMe0 boot BIOS update to 1.
Summary follows: 1 Apparently my P70 and its configuration which includes a dual-boot Boot Manager menu, with both Win7 and Win10 on it, as well as two 950 Pro's with NVMe0 being the specified boot drive, https://chmall.ru/100/n156bge-l41.html well as an 850 Pro SSD in primary 2.
I don't know why that should be, but it is.
Instead, it shows UEFI BIOS 1.
However it also shows Embedded Controller N1DHT29W 1.
I am still running EC N1DHT29W 1.
Curiously, the list of previous BIOS versions doesn't even show an EC N1DHT29W 1.
Package ID UEFI BIOS BIOS ID ECP ECP ID Rev.
Issue Date -------------------- ------------------- --------------- ---- ---------- 1.
And I know for a fact that my own original BIOS was 1.
I don't recall what the EC was, but I'm now speculating it was that same 1.
Note that there is actually no BIOS 1.
And yet, I absolutely know that my delivered factory-provided BIOS level was 1.
So, I'm now concluding that my previous BIOS update to 1.
Instead, since I had the same hangup after installing 1.
And since it never did actually run "part 2 of the full BIOS update process remember, I successfully used F12 to get it to boot, but that probably bypassed the EC update processI ended up having a BIOS at 1.
Well, I believe the same thing happened right now.
However instead of F12 working to kick-start the machine back into life following that critical first re-boot after updating the BIOS, I had to pull the power cord and let it run on battery.
So now the regular boot process was restored.
From a "cold" machine is currently powered-off state, pushing the power button results in a DOUBLE BOOT!
Pushing the power button makes the keyboard backlight glow and then go off, so it's obvious this is a first power-on from OFF state.
Screen stays dark for a while, then single underscore appears in upper-left corner of the screen, 5 "press ENTER" message briefly appears, then the BIOS diagnostics come on the screen.
Screen goes dark for a while, single underscore appers in upper-left-corner of screen, "press ENTER" message appears, BIOS diagnostics come on screen, and then Boot Manager menu appears and I'm off and running.
Note that the above "double-boot" will always happen when powering on the machine from a power OFF state.
However it does NOT occur if I'm running under Windows and simply RESTART through Windows.
If I do a Windows RESTART everything happens normally.
Windows shuts down and initiates a machine restart but the machine is not powered off hard, instead just going through a soft machine restartand the standard regular expected single boot occurs.
Of course if I do a Windows SHUTDOWN which powers the machine off, to "cold" state the next "cold start" will once again initate the double-boot перейти на страницу />My assumption is that part 1 updates the BIOS, and then after that first critical re-boot part 2 proceeds which updates EC.
If the power cord is not inserted, this update will not proceed.
There is an error message produced advising that it is mandatory that the power cord be inserted, which is the only way this update still will go forward.
And this is also how yesterday I made it from 1.
So in my opinion, the EC update back in January never got performed, which is why I ended up still with EC 1.
So even though the BIOS had been updated to 1.
And yesterday, also WITH THE POWER CORD STILL INSERTED, since the first re-boot after part 1 was finished again failed and instead hung 5 the "press ENTER" message, once again part 2 of the system update process failed.
So I never got EC 1.
Again, part 1 succeeded, taking me from BIOS 1.
But part 2 supposedly performed after that critical first re-boot never worked, instead hanging at "press ENTER".
So once again I'm still at EC 1.
It is unresponsive to ENTER or F12.
Only pulling the power cord "solves" this first-boot-after-BIOS-update hang.
And once I get past this hang, I can reinsert the power cord and from now on and forever things work "normally" aside from the new double-boot symptom from "cold" power OFF state.
Worst case I'll have to call Lenovo and get a new mainboard installed, or just replace the machine.
But I'm going to try and see if I can pull the power cord out between part 1 5 part 2.
I know part 1 won't work at all if the power cord is not inserted, but I don't know if part 2 also requires that.
However I do know that in my machine it appears читать полностью 2 WILL NOT WORK WITH THE POWER CORD INSERTED since that first critical re-boot after part 1 instead hangs at the "press ENTER" message.
Nevertheless, if the boot process hang at "press ENTER" is eliminated by my quick removal of the power cord after part 1 finishes, and if part 2 will just go ahead running on battery so that I get EC 1.
Worst case but "benign", perhaps part 5 will detect that the power cord is out and simply refuse to run.
That would leave me still at EC 1.
Re: P70 950 Pro NVMe0 boot BIOS update to 1.
I quickly pulled the power cord at the end of the Windows update, when told to restart my machine, right after Windows shut down and the screen went dark.
So it was running on battery when the re-boot process began.
And, sure enough, as expected it did NOT HANG AT "PRESS ENTER" but instead continued on through the re-boot process.
However it appears part simply never took place, as I'm still running EC 1.
Now maybe it's because the Windows update for BIOS 1.
So maybe this discovery suppressed the EC part 2 update at re-boot?
Or, maybe part 2 also requires Японская гравюра Хиросигэ Утагава - 100 видов Эдо, 27.

Сливовый сад в Камата, 53x81 см, на холсте, н power cord to be inserted, and simply will not allow itself to be performed if the power cord is removed so that the machine is operating on battery.
The crucial first re-boot after actually doing the BIOS update should obviously work successfully with the power cord installed, as I'm sure it does for everybody читать полностью />It should not hang, unless the power cord is removed.
I don't know why it's behaving this way on my P70, except for the unique configuration changes I've made as previously described.
For sure, I know I shouldn't be seeing the new "double boot" symptom from power on from a "cold" power OFF state.
I thought this was reported in another thread, but can't find it now страница can I recall what the "solution" was was it fixed by a BIOS update from Lenovo??
Perhaps this will all be cleared up if I can ever get off of EC 1.
But absent a special installer file from Lenovo to do just that it doesn't appear this is going to happen naturally, on its own, given the system update installers.
Re: P70 950 Pro NVMe0 boot BIOS update to 1.
It's for the P50.
And it doesn't provide an EC-only installer.
The 5 simply points to the current 1.
This is the very system update file I've already used.
It maybe is supposed to work as a 2-step process separated by a re-bootbut this is the very file I have already run as previously reported both through Windows Update and bootable CDwith only partial success.
My BIOS is at 1.
Clearly something unique about my P70 configurateion that is ссылка на продолжение for this, but for whatever reason I always see a BIOS hang at "press ENTER" at that critical first re-boot in the middle of the 2-part BIOS update process, so that the critical second part never runs.
There is no EC-only installer available right now that I can see, which can guaranteed get my P70 up to EC 1.
I will try to contact Lenovo Support about this, but for now I have the following symptoms on my P70: a BIOS 1.
So critical part 2 EC update never gets performed.
If 5 cord is removed after part 1 and before critical first re-boot, the boot process continues normally but part 2 EC update of system update is not performed so that EC remains at original factory-provided 1.
It's only for that critical first re-boot after part 1 of the system update that the machine hangs at "press ENTER" is the power cord is still inserted.
After this one-time situation, all subsequent "soft" machine restarts without going to power OFF state demonstrate the normal "single boot" scenario.
But if Windows shutdown to power OFF statenext power ON will reboot and https://chmall.ru/100/parfyumernaya-voda-uspolo-birraci-lui-dlya-muzhchin-100-ml-parfyum-birachchi-lui.html again exhibit "double boot" symptom.
Re: P70 950 Pro NVMe0 boot BIOS update to 1.
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