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Rating 2.3 out of 5 stars with 4 reviews

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  • Rated 2 out of 5 stars

    not the greatest

    Posted .

    i bought this computer after the one I built started to fail. paid $449 for it at the I bought it. its been a big pain since. I've had for about 2yrs now and I've hated it since. i'm starting to use my laptops more because I hate this system. I've had problems since day 1 with it not being able to update, the Bluetooth keyboard and mouse I bought not staying connected, printers not connecting or being detected, system freezing and restarting, having to turn the pc off manually, should I go on? I've never had a problem out of dell or when I've built computers, but this one makes me hate Lenovo completely. I've had to replace the harddrive and dvdr drive just after a year of having the system, and I've had to do complete system restores about 10 times to try to get stuff to connect to it and all. this is not a system you want to buy. I've even upgraded the memory in to 16gb which was a waste on money because it didn't change anything about it.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
      Posted .

      We are sorry to hear that you are having issues with your Lenovo H50 desktop. This system has Lenovo utilities installed to help maintain the health of the device and keep the operating system software up to date. Type "Lenovo Vantage" in the Cortana Search window (if Lenovo Vantage is not installed on your device, you can download the APP and install it now). Select Lenovo Vantage from the list. In the window that opens, click on "Health and Support". In the expanded menu, select "Hardware Scan" In the window that opens, select "Run Quick Tests". This will scan your entire system for errors. Follow any directions that may pop up. If the problem continues after this scan, now click on "System Update". First select Windows update from the menu. Scan your system to be sure you have the latest version of Windows 10. Once that scan is complete, select "Additional Updates". This will scan your device to be sure there are no new BIOS/Driver updates needed. Follow any instructions that may pop up. lenovo

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice for Linux Mint

    Posted .

    Scrapped Windows 10 for Linux Mint 17.1 KDE. Everything works without a lot of complicated proprietary installations. Got Windows Steam working under Wine 1.7 and I am able to play Lord of the Rings Online, Dungeon and Dragons Online, Age of Empires and Skyrim almost as well as on Windows. There is room to expand, and it would require a bigger power supply, but few inexpensive systems like this would come with enough power supply to handle extra peripherials. If someone is looking for an inexpensive system with enough power to handle MMOs, mid-level games, and daily Internet usage, this is a solid choice. It is also a good choice for Windows ex-pats that want to move to Linux without having to command-line install a bunch of drivers and want the Geek Squad there to help with hardware problems. If you swap OS, you get to do your own software support.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Never again

    Posted .

    I recently purchased this computer after hearing that Lenovo was a good brand. Now about 2 months after the fact the computer is failing. I get a blue screen pop up that stops me dead in my tracks and makes me restart the computer, saying something about a thread not working or some other idiotic message. I tried the Lenovo solutions center and it says theres a missing file so that doesn't work either. Very much regretting going with Lenovo. I should have stuck with HP. Save yourself the frustrations because unless you like the idea of a large paper weight on your desk I would avoid Lenovo like the plague.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from Lenovo Product Expert
      Posted .

      We are sorry to hear about the problems you are having with your Lenovo H50 desktop. There is apparently a missing key file within your operating system. Back up your important files to an external hard drive. Then you can restore to the factory default setting by typing "restore" in the Cortana search window. Select "Reset This PC" from the selections that appear in the search window, then follow the instructions to restore your system. lenovo

  • Rated 2 out of 5 stars

    Almost OK

    Posted .

    Nice computer but lacks power, only 180w power supply

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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