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The third iteration of Lenovo's Yoga line of notebooks, similar in design and hardware to its predecessors. Designated by model number 80HE000DUS.

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Keeps crashing - Default Boot Device Missing or Boot Failed

I have a year and half old Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 and it started crashing a month or so ago. Sometimes I could reboot and then use it for a while, only to crash a bit later. Lenovo ran a remote diagnostic and no hardware issues were identified. They advised reinstalling Windows, so I backed everything up and did so. Still crashing. Lenovo said bring it to Geek Squad. The Geek guy said it could be a hard drive or motherboard issue and to bring it in for a more thorough diagnostic. Any ideas?

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Got a yoga pro 2 here and have you looked at how your ssd is fastened? mine is loose!! Lenovo made the screw too long or they made the orifice threads too short!! Some kind of manufacturing defect! Take a look into it and get back to me cuz this may or may not be the problem I have not found a solution to fasten the drive down tightly yet...

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My Lenovo laptop just crashed this morning, same error

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My Yoga 3 pro crashed and after numerous attempts I read that the problem could be hardware, I disabled the wireless card and restarted. Until the day before everything ok then suddenly the problem came.Is it possible to change only the wireless card or is it integrated into the motherboard?

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Since the Geek guy tells you the truth, why didn't you give it to him?

You can check the HDD with CrystalDiskInfo.

Mainboard repair will be very difficult. They will replace it under warranty.

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