I'm afraid that the short circuit fried your motherboard, they are quite vulnerable to overcurrents.
You might try to remove the charger and the battery, and then press the powerbutton a few times (without the charger and battery), this will discharge any current still left on the motherboard. Though I fear the chances are slim that this will solve the problem, sorry man .
Is the Medion P2120 D (MD 8836) Safe from the new Intel AMD problems?
I have been trying to upgrade my Medion Akoya p7618 Ram from 2 x 2 Gb ram to 2x 4 Gb ram
New ram is Crucila 4GB DDR3 L-1866 SODIMM 1.35V CL13, CT51264BF186DJ.
The Bios seem to regonize the ram as 8 GB. But thePC boots over and over again. I have this short message.
"Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. WE´´ll restart for you". If you call a support person, give them this info:
Stop code: KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE
No problems when I put the old 2 x 2 GB ram
Any suggestions to solve my problem?
I have tried to boot into safe mode. I had the same problem.
I think it´s the Ram which is not compatible with the PC, although the store tells me, that it should be.
So I have ordered new RAM directly from Crucial now.
Then we will see how that going to work.
Thank you very much.
Ich habe ein Tablet am 29.03.2017 gekauft und ein paar Software installiert. Aber möchte ich Windows 10 reset machen und habe ich das gemacht. Aber dannach Windows 10 kommt nicht und nach 1 minuten rücksetzt (reset) Tablet.
Ich möchte Windows 10 wieder installieren, wie kann man das machen.
When can we expect a Bios update with the AGESA 220.127.116.11 microcode?
There seems to be one mainboard that is used for most Ryzen systems, being the P2A4-EM, is this correct?
Would it be possible to provide with info on how to get the latest Bios for the P2A4-EM motherboard,
and if the AGESA 18.104.22.168 update will be included?
Thank you very much for any reaction!
thank you for your message. We´re happy to confirm, that for P2A4-EM desktop PC systems we just published BIOS Version 2.02 which contains some adjustments (fan speed, CPU SMT fuction, an updated AMD UEFI Raid driver, modifyed memory speed information and last not least the AGESA 22.214.171.124 microcode update.
You can download the update by clicking this link: http://cdn.medion.com/downloads/treiber/biop2a4em.exe (Version 2.02)
Please ensure to have all other applications (especially background applications) closed, before starting the update procedure.
Never switch off the PC during the execution of the BIOS Update!
1. Unzip the downloaded file into a created folder on your harddisk.
2. Please run the file Wflash.bat from Windows surface as administrator.
3. The system must be rebooted for the changes to become effective.
Attention: Please be aware that you noticed the original bios setting before starting the update, because some values may have changed afterwards.
Please note: To extract all files press the "Extract"-Button. The files will be extracted to the folder specified in the "Folder"-Field. This folder will be created, if it does not exist.
Important notice: For any errors, caused by the execution of this update, we don´ t accept any responsibility for damage or lost of data. The customer agrees with that fact by executing the update.
During an SSD disk upgrade from 64Gb to 256Gb (Win10 Creators updates are eating the disk space so fast), I've got a blue screen upon restarting the machine.(error 0xc000000e)
I was invited (Escape) to return to the UEFI / BIOS to change boot parameters which I did.
So far so good, the machine started again in Windows 10.
However since that event, I can no longer get into the BIOS with F2.
I get only a black screen with a fixed dash on the upper left corner.
So I can no longer change any bios parameter and F12 (boot device selection) does no longer work.
This is an extremely dangerous situation for a machien professionnally used.
On an MSI forum related to the same machine (X7611=GS70 barebone) an MSI tech advised to re-flash the BIOS which solved the problem.
I've scoured the web to find the Medion X7611 bios file (E1771IM7.5xx) to no avail. (board MS-1771 rev 1.1)
I've made a backup of my BIOS (E1771IM7.500 23-02-2013) after the problem, and the file size is only 3072Kb i.o the 8192Kb of the GS70 BIOS.
The other clone Schenker XMG C703 Bios file is also of the smae size, 8192Kb.
So something is missing.
Does anyone have already flashed a GS70 2P STEALTH Bios in the Medion X7611?
Could anynone make a backup of the X7611 bios in his healthy machine ? (with AFUWINx64.EXE you can make a backup)
Any help would be appreciated.
Medion has a very good service !
The Medion support has found my original BIOS E1771IM7.500 rom file and they have send it to me packed/zipped with the bios update utilities.
I've flashed that BIOS into my latop X7611 and it has solved the problem.
I can now get access to the BIOS with F2 with no problem, and my machine has booted WIN10 like before with no issue.
So the BIOS was really corrupted.
Before flashing, I've done the following:
* Disable Ethernet and Wifi card in order to avoid any attempt to update (or reboot) the machine while flashing the BIOS.
* Disable all non core services (Adobe update, Java update, Cybermedia ...) via the taskmanager.
* Close all Windows applications.
I've then opened a CMD session with administrator rights.
I've used the flaswin64.bat batch file to launch the flash process.
No problem at all.
Now I feel comfortable to migrate my boot 64Gb SSD to a 256Gb SSD.
I forgot to mention that I've RESET the EC via the little button on the righ side of the machine after flashing.
* Shutdown the machine.
* Remove the power cord.
* Push on the button during about 30sec.
* Reconnect the power cord.
It was advised by the Medion support tech to RESET the EC (Embedded Controller).
I have a Lifetab P10505 tablet which is going well. However, an update named "LIFETAB P1050x Software v2.7" has recently appeared which doesn't update! I have taken out the memory card in case this is the problem, but it runs for some time and then stops! Any ideas on this? I have given the tablet a 100% charge each time. I have tried quite a few times, but that is as far as I have got.
You were right! I did the factory reset, then when I tried the update to version 2.7 all went well. If anyone else has that problem, that is the answer. It is a great pity that Medion doesn't include that in the instructions for the update.
So I recently bought the Medion LIFE X5020, and for about half a day the WiFi has been working fine. Then I left home and connected to a friend's home WiFi. After I returned home, I saw that my phone isn't connected to my own home WiFi. From then I keep trying but it sometimes connects for a few seconds then disconnects and the rest of the time it doesn't connect at all.
I need help with this urgently as my data connection at home isn't very good. It will be much appreciated
EDIT: And now whenever I try to connect it says "Failed to connect to the network" on a kind of pop-up message similar to when an Android phone tells its user that they're now a developer.
TL;DR - It seems to me that the problem has completely disappeared after I uninstalled the "McAfee Mobile Security" app.
After much investigation (believe me, a lot) onto all sorts of different forums and websites, and going through all sorts such as finding a temporary solution by trying to manually add my WiFi network or changing my WiFi name to trick my phone into detecting the network several times (which would only let me connect once - if at all, and wouldn't let me reconnect after disconnecting for whatever reason like going away from home or Airplane Mode or whatever etc.) I finally came across a reply on this website that went like this:
"I've just had this problem on my Xperia Z2 the last 2 days. Did a factory reset then the problem immediately restarted when I reinstalled McAfee - seems to have kicked in since they did the last McAfee update 2 days ago. Waiting for the next update to see if it'll be fixed. Funny that it only happens with 2 of the 3 networks I have set up at home (thick stone walls)"
So from this I clung onto the hope that maybe it has something to do with McAfee Mobile Security as - if I do recall correctly now - it was around the time that I'd set my account up that these problems began to bother me. So then I figured I'd try uninstalling and see what happens in hopes that it actually gets me somewhere and it turns out that it did.
I need to know if P6679 has a bay for a secondary HDD. I don't care if there's a dedicated lid or I have to disassemble the whole laptop. I just want to know if the room and plug are there.
Also is there room for 2.5" form factor for primary HDD and secondary in case, or is it M.2 only? I'm not positive about the differences between M.2 and SATA, or whether it's only form factor, physical differences in plug or even different communication standard. Although regarding the latter, M.2 is supposed to be backwards compatible with SATA if I understood it correctly, so I'm hoping I could use a physical adapter if there's enough room for 2.5" and only plugs differ.
What about the optical drive? is it SATA? I might replace it if there's no room for a second HDD.
All the specifications and manuals I could come by didn't specify any of this. A 256GB SSD is a neat thing to have for system partition, but it's just not enough, so I need this extra information to make an informed decision.
P6679 is more of a model line then a specific notebook, when I google it I find different versions of it, some with both an SSD and a normal HDD. This would mean that there is room for at least 1 2,5" harddrive, and 1 SSD.
I'd expect the SSD to be M.2 (I've not been able to find any conclusive info on this though), M.2 is not interchangeable with a regular 2,5" SATA harddrive, it is different in physical dimensions and had a different connector.
I think you'll have to ask the reseller of the exact model you are looking at if the SSD in it is a M.2 or a 2,5" SSD. If it is M.2, you will be able to mount a 2,5" harddrive. If it is a 2,5" SSD, then a hdd tray to replace the optical drive might be an option.
hello all problem of my own making,when upgrading to w.10 i'm asked if i need to format "D" drive i said yes this of course managed to wipe the recovery off & substuiting nfts?is that correct? but i need the recovery files.i managed to get windows7 back (a long process) but cannot get the medion programmes at all"D" drive should be in f.a.t. files for recovery as i understand it.is it possible to reformat & to attempt returning files to "D"drive say copying from another source such as laptop vista files or are they available elsewhere!
computer came with vista i upgraded to w7 which entitled to free w10 i made a shadow copy of w 10 but this corrupted causing the problems