Hi, I have recently bought a Lenovo 518s desktop which I'm very happy with. It's running Windows 8 and so far as that goes it's all working fine. The problem is directly concerned with Windows 8, though which is why I've posted in this forum.
I want to make a recovery backup should the OneKey Recovery in Boot fail to work and to do that I can use the Windows Recovery and put it on a 64Gb USB stick.
The thing is, on my desktop there is a blue button called 'Lenovo Rescue System' and I want to know why it's there. When I right-click on the button and choose 'Properties, the target is 'Lenovo Rescue System\OneKey Recovery.exe'
I wrote to Lenovo about it, and they say that my model of computer has no such key on it...in their words,
"Ideacenter Desktops does not have a special button to launch the Recovery,
You will have to Start Pressing the F2 Key Once you power on the Unit and that should bring you to a recovery Screen"
Should anyone with a Lenovo H520s know when I can use this button and what happens when I click on it, I'd be pleased to know. Does it launch a recovery without having to go into Boot or what? After all, it IS an '.exe' file. Which I find rather worrying.