Windows 10: "Default boot device missing..." on Lenovo yoga 910 but with a twist.

Discus and support "Default boot device missing..." on Lenovo yoga 910 but with a twist. in Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance to solve the problem; Hey guys, I have had a lenovo yoga 910 for the better part of 2 years now, and, beginning last month, I have had the laptop give me two problems, the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance' started by DanyalKhattak, Apr 11, 2021.

  1. "Default boot device missing..." on Lenovo yoga 910 but with a twist.


    Hey guys,

    I have had a lenovo yoga 910 for the better part of 2 years now, and, beginning last month, I have had the laptop give me two problems, the first one is when I am turning it on I sometimes half of the time, normally this is fixed after I tap the back of the laptop a few times get the "default boot device missing" error, the common solution online for this error is to change the boot load priority, but that wont work for me as the device is booting up half of the time with the same priority, and the second issue is that when I try waking up from sleep the screen will not start up, all the lights on the laptop would turn on and it seems that the computer is on but the sceen is black and nothing works, this too happens some of the time. After this I have to force shut down the laptop and, when turning on, most of the time this is where the boot error also shows up I fix it by tapping the back.

    So I have figured that I need to change the ssd, but my question is whether changing the ssd would permanently fix the issue or not? i.e. Whether the issue could be somewhere other than the ssd.

    p.s. I also wonder if opening up the laptop and cleaning or doing something with the ssd could potentially fix the issue.


    Thanks.

    :)
     
    DanyalKhattak, Apr 11, 2021
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  2. btarunr Win User

    Lenovo Announces the Yoga 910 Convertible and Yoga Tab 3 Plus

    Lenovo today announced the expansion of its multimode Yoga family with the new Yoga 910 convertible laptop and Yoga Tab 3 Plus Android tablet. Today's PC customer is constantly challenged by the demands of quickly evolving consumer lifestyles, an evolving workplace and digital demands. To meet this continuous shift of consumer expectations, Lenovo has built its latest Yoga products based on extensive user research and feedback. That's why each new Yoga range adds new technology, like the Yoga 910 fingerprint reader that simplifies PC log-in.

    Our latest ultra-thin convertible laptop at just 14.3mm is also one of the most powerful convertibles around with up to Intel's latest 7th Gen Core i7 processor. For many Yoga users, their convertible has become the primary platform for work and entertainment. That's why we've upgraded the Yoga 910 with the choice of a new 4K or Full HD screen. Both options feature a near edgeless display (5mm bezel) that offers 10 percent4 more screen area, a 14 percent5 increase in pixel density compared to the previous model for sharper, clearer images, and 100 percent sRGB color gamut coverage for users to see a wide range of colors when viewing photos and videos. Music and sound are enhanced on the Yoga 910 with Dolby Audio Premium. With up to 15.5 hours of battery, users can work or watch movies without worrying about battery life.


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    As customers demand more convenient authentication options, Lenovo has embedded an advanced fingerprint reader into the Yoga 910 - designed to bring mobile convenience and improved security to the PC. With the touch of a finger, users can quickly log onto their PC using Windows Hello - no long passwords required. Lenovo App Explorer also lets users personalize with popular apps, like Skype, Facebook or Netflix.

    We've added a new all-metal unibody casing - in Champagne Gold, Platinum Silver and Gunmetal - for a luxurious look and portability no matter where users take it. It maintains the Yoga convertible series' signature watchband hinge and flexible usage modes - enabling users to type in laptop mode, present in stand mode, watch videos in tent mode or browse in tablet mode. The watchband hinge now provides an even smoother, more accurate transition between its modes. Paired with the sleek Yoga mouse (sold separately) that doubles as a remote control, the Yoga 910 puts high-end performance, portability and versatility into a thin and stylish 13.9-inch convertible laptop.

    Yoga Tab 3 Plus' Amazing Screen and Sound Replaces Your TV - Anywhere
    The newest addition to the Yoga Tab 3 series brings a complete cinematic entertainment experience to Yoga tablet users at all price points. With many users watching marathon sessions of their favorite TV shows and movies on their tablets wherever they go, the need for a device that offers a high quality audio and visual experience, total flexibility for different environments and a long-lasting battery was clear.

    The Yoga Tab 3 Plus offers a 10.1-inch 2K display with Technicolor Color Enhance, Dolby Atmos three dimensional sound from four front-facing JBL speakers and four separate viewing modes. With Lenovo Media Cast, users can also stream audio (via Bluetooth) and video (via Miracast) to the Yoga Tab 3 Plus from another device, providing the best quality screen and speakers to share with their friends and family, wherever they are. The Yoga Tab 3 Plus continues the series' signature provision of total flexibility, with four modes to deliver complete portability wherever the user is watching: stand, tilt, hold or hang. The Yoga Tab 3 Plus comes equipped with a 9300 mAh smart power management battery offering over 18 hours of battery life3 along with a 24W fast charger.

    "We're moving from a PC market where one size fits all to one of multiple sizes and fits. Consumers want to be able to choose the form factor that best meets their lifestyle needs, not adapt their lifestyle to new technology," said Johnson Jia, Lenovo's senior vice president, PC & Smart Device Business Group. "And the Yoga range will continue to drive PC innovation forward. But we can't take all the credit - we thank our customers for their continuous feedback. These products are here because of our customers and we are confident the new Yoga 910 will meet their expectations."
    • The Yoga 910 starts at €1499 including VAT, available starting in October 2016.
    • The Yoga Tab 3 Plus starts at €299 including VAT, available starting in November 2016.
     
    btarunr, Apr 11, 2021
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  3. Lenovo Yoga 910 earphone jack not working

    Hi, I recently purchased the Lenovo Yoga 910 laptop from the microsoft store, but there seems to be a problem with the laptop. Every time I put in my headphones into the laptop, volume only comes out of one side. I have to twist and turn the headphone
    plug into the jack for quite some time for both to work. I have tried multiple pairs of headphones and all those headphones work perfectly fine on other devices. Is there an issue with the laptop? Can I fix this myself, or would I have to get the laptop exchanged?
     
    GurjinderLal, Apr 11, 2021
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  4. "Default boot device missing..." on Lenovo yoga 910 but with a twist.

    BUGCODE_NDIS_DRIVER on my new Lenovo Yoga 910 (Window 10 OS)

    My Machine is a Lenovo Yoga 910 (Serial No. PF0PVZFN)

    The device was sent to the Lenovo factory twice on warranty to resolve the problem and the problem still exists and I am out of warranty. I'm very thankful for the help because the team at Lenovo is useless.

    The URL link to my device on their site after searching via serial number is:\

    https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/...-910-13ikb/80vf/80vf00frus/pf0pvzfn/downloads

    Not a single driver for the Qualcomm Atheros device is presented, which has left me a little puzzled where to go for these drivers to resolve this.
     
    kdpatangay, Apr 11, 2021
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