LENOVO IdeaPad 100S installing New Operating System FIX/Solution Win10


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In this video, I go over how to install windows 10 on this specific laptop. This laptop is very limited as to what you can do and is very picky… after many days of research and trial and error, I finally found a way to put win10 again on this after accidentally deleting my operating system… hope it helps you as well! Here are some reminders:
-This laptop only accepts 32Bit OS,
-SecureBoot must be turned off during installation of new OS
-windows 7 did not work and the manufacturer has limited this
-an external keyboard/mouse may or may not be necessary when doing this
-use Space Bar to check boxes, and Tab key to scroll down to skip certain features after the OS has installed

Here are some links to help you get started.


-free Win10 (choose 32bit):

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  1. Thank you so much, this is the only video I found for this or this very specific model for this very specific issue and I'm glad it worked. you sir deserve a trophy, have a great day.

  2. in the recovery menu, doesn.t it just reset the actual existing win ? I'm trying to install peppermint os and I can.t seem to find the boot from usb option.

  3. Hi sir, I don't know how to use the power ISO. I hope you can make your tutorial complete from the start, upon downloading and making a bootable usb 🙂 thank you

  4. Thank you for this. This issue of this bit of Chinese crap not having Windows 10 drivers for its own keyboard / mouse is a joke. It also didn't detect the first keyboard I tried. Previously, I had used a linux boot stick (YUMI for UEFI) and was able to boot into Ubuntu live. This came with wifi drivers but run at a snails pace and froze up a lot. I then tried Lubuntu which ran quicker and smoother but lacked the wifi drivers. The keyboard was all over the place when trying to do anything in terminal. I eventually found your video and tried a different USB keyboard which the laptop recognised and was able to complete it. The laptop is a piece of absolute crap.

  5. Спасибо. Помогло. Единственный адекватный на всем просторе интернета ответ.

  6. Hi Everyone, i have follwed the video step by step but when selecting the hard thats on it, it says Windows cannot be installed to this disk. This computer’s hardware may not support booting to this disk. Ensure that the disk’s controller is enabled in the computer’s BIOS menu. Can anyone help and the laptop is a Lenovo Ideapad 100s just like the video

  7. oh boy i got so close

    i got everything on the the usb…plugged it in, did the extra keyboard thing the video suggested

    the USB option showed up in BIOS..selected it..it started the process fine..agreed to Microsoft terms etc

    but then it got to the point where it asked 'where do you want to install windows' and the box below had only one selection which said

    Drive 0 Partition 1 29.1GB Primary

    Down the bottom it said next to a warning icon:

    Windows can't be installed on drive 0 partition 1 (show details)

    so I clicked on it and got the following:

    Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selected disk has an MBR partition table. On EFI systems, Windows can only be installed to GPT disks

    No idea what this means..lol

  8. Thanks for the tips and instructions. I followed them, however, i encounter an issue and can't find a solution to it.
    I got the error message of Windows Cannot Be Installed to This Disk. This Computer's Hardware May not Support Booting to This Disk. Is it something about hard disk protection? if you encounter it too.


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