Keyboard in Fujitsu® Lifebook P1630
Know more about keyboard in Fujitsu Lifebook P1630
Fujitsu Lifebook P1630 is the latest offering from the Japanese computer manufacturer. With its light-weight frame and futuristic bi-directional hinge, and responsive touch screen, the Lifebook P1630 is one of the most compelling mobile computing products ever to hit the market. The ultra modern portable tablet personal computer offers high computing power and convenience of a notebook with the versatility to handle special purpose computing applications that are best suited for a slate tablet. It is widely considered as the successor to the P1620. The P1630 has an updated processor and chipset. Fujitsu Lifebook P1630 is powered by the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor ULV SU9300 1.20GHz with 1 GB of main memory and 120 GB hard drive capacity it gets the work done always.
The common issues that could come in keyboard software in Fujitsu LifeBook P1630 and the tips to solve them are:
- Firmware issues
- Driver issues
- Virus attack
Firmware is a collection of programs that are embedded into a component and decide how the component works or responds. Usually the firmware is programmed into read only memories. Fujitsu Lifebook P1630 has a firmware embedded into the keyboard. Sometimes the firmware of the keyboard gets modified in some way and this would lead to the keyboard behaving in unexpected ways. Taking the Lifebook to the nearest Fujitsu service centre is the sensible thing to do in such situations
Sometimes the Lifebook P1630 might behave in such a way that the key presses remain unrecognized, or the keyboard itself might not be recognized. In the former case it might be caused due to incorrect drivers installed or outdated drivers, in which case the problem could be solved by installing the latest drivers for the keyboard. In the latter case the drivers might be missing and to solve this problem check for updated drivers for the keyboard and install it. Drivers are provided by Fujitsu in their official website, downloading and installing these drivers would be the best thing to do.
Virus attack is another reason for keyboard problems. Some viruses attack the keyboard processor interface programming and might modify the values. This can result in the keyboard behaving in unexpected ways such as key mix ups and unrecognized key presses. To solve this problem the best thing to do is to install good Antivirus software and regularly scanning the system for malicious software.