Resetting Lenovo Ideapad with “not enough available memory”

Nov 30, 2017 5:48AM PST


I am trying to factory reset my ideapad but it says I need to free up more space in my hard drive. It only has a 32 gb HD and I’ve already freed up as much space as I can through uninstalling programs and such.
How can I get it to reset?

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Re: 32 GB
Nov 30, 2017 6:34AM PST
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The solution at the other discussion.
Nov 30, 2017 6:46AM PST

While I'm calling the model defective, the use of the W10 USB Install stick is a workaround for the defect.

How to create that stick? Google "Microsoft Media Creation Kit."

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