Resolve Blue Screen Error in Fujitsu® LifeBook AH550
Get to know more about fixing and preventing blue screen errors in Fujitsu LifeBook AH550
Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 is a desktop replacement notebook from Fujitsu. Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 comes with a high-resolution, 15.6-inch screen with a widescreen format. It has got good communication features to boot. It uses Core i3 330M processors. Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 comes with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit operating system. Although, Windows 7 is a stable and user-friendly operating system, sometimes you might get a blue screen error in Fujitsu LifeBook AH57. Windows 7 has its own technique to fix errors and if it fails to fix the issues you get an error message with an error code in a blue screen during the startup up. This error screen is called ‘blue screen of death’ or BSOD. The common reasons for BSOD are incompatible device driver, incompatible hardware or operating system crashes due to missing system files or corrupt files. Blue screen error affects the system performance as the computer hangs after a blue screen.
Given below are tips to fix and prevent the blue screen error in Fujitsu LifeBook AH550:
- Remove Recently Added Hardware
- Uninstall Recently Added Hardware or Software
- System Restore
Remove Recently Added Hardware
Hardware is designed to work on certain platforms and need minimum system requirements to work. If you have connected a faulty hardware or a hardware, which is not compatible with the Windows 7 in your Fujitsu LifeBook AH550, you might get a blue screen error. If you get the blue screen error after plugging in a new hardware, you can unplug the recently added hardware and check if the computer boots up in ‘Normal Mode’ without the error screen.
Uninstall Recently Added Hardware or Software
If Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 displays BSOD error after installing/updating a new device driver or software, you can try to uninstall the recently installed driver or software in safe mode. To restart the computer in safe mode, you should tap the ‘F8’ key during startup and select safe mode from the advanced boot menu. Once Windows is loaded in safe mode, you should try to uninstall the program that added to Fujitsu LifeBook AH550, just prior to the occurrence of blue screen error message.
You can use the System Restore utility to restore Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 to an earlier date. You can run System Restore utility in safe mode. If the computer fails to boot in safe mode, you could select ‘safe mode with command prompt’ from the advanced boot menu and run the command ‘%systemroot%system32restorerstrui.exe’ .This command will launch the System Restore utility in command prompt. Additionally, you can select ‘Last known good configuration’ option from the advanced boot menu to restore the computer to the last working stage. This option will undo the changes you made to the computer after the successful startup.