Starting problems in Fujitsu® LifeBook P1630
How can you resolve startup issues in Fujitsu LifeBook P1630?
Fujitsu LifeBook P1630 features the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processor with an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator graphics card. The system is well designed and integrated with new technology. So usually the system comes with fewer problems. But the changes that you made with its hardware parts or software applications can cause problems related to start up and shut down. Even though chances of errors are less with Windows, unexpected deletion of files or damage can lead the system to an inoperable state. Physical issues like overheating, power failure and voltage variations can damage hardware parts like the motherboard, RAM, or hard disk. Any of these reasons can cause data loss and you will not be able to use the system.
Some of the changes that might lead to start up problems in Fujitsu LifeBook P1630 and their solutions are described below:
- Corrupted CMOS/BIOS settings
- Corrupt file systems
- Changed drive letters
Corrupted CMOS/BIOS settings
If you make incorrect changes in the BIOS, serious problems might occur in your computer. You will have to change the BIOS/CMOS settings at your own risk. Corrupt CMOS/BIOS settings will cause start up problems. Microsoft does not provide any specific instructions to change CMOS/BIOS settings because they are specific to your computer alone. You can check your documents to know about how to change settings of BIOS/CMOS.
Corrupt file systems
Apart from the virus attacks, this could happen because of accidental deletion of files by the user. A part or whole of a file will be destroyed or become unusable. In such cases, you will have to go for a re-installation of the operating system along with its associated files.
If you try to change the drive letters of your hard disk drive and partition, it will sometimes cause loss of user’s file folder content. It might lead to the operating system’s improper functioning. Incorrect adjustment of boot driver letters might cause start up problems. If you have made any change in boot driver letters, the system might not find the files needed for the booting process. It will cause the system to freeze.