A strange error

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  1. RyuShinobi500
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    I have no idea what this error means and I was wondering if it is fixable
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  2. Joom

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    Some of the bloatware installed by Lenovo is either corrupt or infected. Just uninstall anything related to them that might be some kind of PC cleaner or some other useless utility.
     
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    Okay so install any lenova program on my system
     
  4. Joom

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    Just utilities. Don't uninstall any drivers or driver packages.
     
  5. RyuShinobi500
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    Okay thank you for your help :yay:

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    Okay I have found some programs made by lenovo

    Lenovo Welcome

    Access Help

    Mobile Broadband

    Rescue and Recovery

    System Update

    ThinkPad UltraNav Utility

    ThinkVantage Access Connections

    ThinkVantage Active Protection System

    ThinkVantage Communications Utility

    do these sound okay to uninstall thanks
     
  6. Joom

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    Yes, you can safely uninstall all of those.
     
  7. RyuShinobi500
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    Okay great thank you for your help it is much appreciated:yay:
     
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    Okay I have uninstalled all of the but it made the problem worse I was wondering if you knew a way to reset the computer to the factory default thanks
     
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    If the OEM included a recovery partition (most do), you just boot from it. If not, download an ISO of Windows, use Rufus to create a bootable USB drive, boot from it, and then reinstall the OS. To boot from something other than the main hard drive, you'll need to press a function key to access the boot device screen. It's usually F11, F10, or Escape, but you can look up your computer model to find out specifically.
     
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    Okay I have tried doing this and I am having a problem Link:https://gbatemp.net/threads/problem-initiating-a-factory-reset-on-a-windows-7-laptop.553668/
     
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