Lenovo B50 30 How to Enter the BIOS

BIOS is a very important component of a computer and is part of the system software. With it, when you turn on the computer, the performance of all components is tested and verified. It allows the user to make changes to the operation of individual components of the computer, set the boot priority, date and time, etc. In this article, we will consider how to enter BIOS on Lenovo laptops.

Lenovo B50 30 How to Enter the BIOS

The input is slightly different on different Lenovo brand laptops. If you want to enter BIOS for the first time, you can see how to do this in the instructions for your laptop. There is still a way to find out which input keys your model uses. Within 2-3 seconds after turning on the laptop, they are displayed on the screen as a hint.

In general, most Lenovo models use the F2 key or the FnF2 combination to enter the BIOS. But not all models respond to their click.

Log in to BIOS on a Lenovo g50-30 laptop

In order to enter the BIOS on the Lenovo g50 model, you need to press a special button, next to which an arrow is indicated. This button is located near the power input (charging). On a turned off laptop, you need to press and hold it until the “Novo Button Menu” appears.

Then use the up / down arrows to select “BIOS Setup”. Thus, you can go into the settings in BIOS. If you change something in the settings, press FnF10 to save the changes and exit. After that you will be asked to save the changes and then press Enter to confirm them.

How to go into settings on a Lenovo b50-30 laptop

On this model, you will not go into BIOS settings using the Delete, F2, F8 or F10 buttons, and there is no button near the power input. The button for invoking the Novo menu is located on the right side near the USB port. In order to press this button you will need a pin or a sharp object. Then you will get to the “Novo Button Menu” menu.

We configure BIOS on Lenovo b50-70 for installation of loading from a USB stick

To configure boot from a USB flash drive on Lenovo b50-70, install it in a USB port and go to the settings via the FnF2 key combination. Go to the Boot tab in the Boot Mode section and change the UEFI to Legacy Support. In Boot Priority, we also change to Legacy First. Then we go out and confirm the changes are saved.

After rebooting the laptop, you again need to go into the BIOS settings via FnF2. Go to the Boot tab. Here, in the Legacy section, a hard drive, drive and flash drive appeared. To boot from a flash drive, transfer it to the first place using the FnF6 keys.

After installing the operating system from a flash drive, you can return the default settings (to the factory settings) in the Exit section. Here we select the item Load Default Setting.

Features of entering the BIOS on laptops with Windows 8

Consider how to enter BIOS on a Lenovo v580c laptop with Windows 8 installed. After pressing and holding a special button (with an arrow), a Windows 8 system recovery window appears near the power input.
We select the language, the keyboard layout, then the “Diagnostics” mode (computer recovery). After we go to the “Advanced Settings”, then to “UEFI Firmware Settings and click on the” Reload “button. After we get into the BIOS menu.

Another case where, after installing Windows 8 on a v570 laptop, the BIOS entry keys F2 and F12 are automatically blocked. Also in this model there is no special “Novo” button.

To unlock them, you need to remove the battery, unscrew the bottom cover and remove the battery for a few minutes. Thus, the BIOS settings are reset. After that, the keys will be unlocked.