Error codes in Fujitsu® ESPRIMO Mobile V
What are the different error codes that can occur in Fujitsu ESPRIMO Mobile V?
Fujitsu ESPRIMO Mobile V is an all-round professional laptop which comes with a powerful Intel processor and Windows 7 Operating System. Error codes occur due to any failure in both hardware and software parts. There are 0 to 499 error codes that are generated by the Operating System and most of them are related to software errors. Fujitsu computer systems also show some error codes with its power light and use beep sounds which are related to any hardware trouble.
Some of the error codes that can come in Fujitsu ESPRIMO Mobile V and their tips to solve them are discussed below.
- Error Code 15
- Error 600
- Error 604
- Runtime Error
Error Code 15
This error is also known as ERROR_INVALID_DRIVE which shows an error message like “the system cannot find the drive specified”. This error comes when you trying to install any driver software for a particular device in the system. This happens in the case of any physical fault or damage of any specific device or component in the laptop. You need to replace the faulty component in the computer system and install a new one.
The error code 600 triggers the message “An Operation is Pending” which is related to the improper functioning of the Operating System. When this error occurs you can restart the system to resolve it and you have to ensure that your modem is not running any other program. You can also use Ctrl, Alt and Delete buttons to recover from this error.
Error 604 is indicated by the “Wrong information Specified” message. This error occurs when you use dial-up networking. You could check for outages in your area and provide the user name and password again for setting up the dialler. Then the dial-up network can be installed again with its components. If the problem persists, you could try to reinstall the modem.
A runtime error code occurs when you trying to install or copy any application program. This error can occur due to any four reasons. During the installation of any software programs, they might try to access the memory beyond the limit and which leads to runtime errors. Loading invalid values to the system registry and de-referencing the nil pointers might also cause runtime errors.