Screen Issues in Fujitsu® LifeBook P770
What are the common screen issues in Fujitsu LIFEBOOK P770 Notebook?
LIFEBOOK P770 is an ultra portable notebook from Fujitsu. It uses Intel Core i7 processor, DDR3 memory and 160 GB hard disc for secondary storage. It has short cut keys arranged in a row over the keyboard which would give you access to internet, option to lock the system etc very easily. It has in built optical drive, VGA and HDMI ports to connect to the an external monitor or TV, Wi-Fi and Ethernet for connecting to the internet, Bluetooth, 7 USB ports for connecting many devices, eSATA port for transferring the data to an external hard disc etc. The display used is a non-reflective TFT screen. It would give a resolution at 1280 x 800-pixels. There might be issues with the screen that makes it difficult for you to display properly and makes your computing difficult.
Following are the common issues with the screen in your Fujitsu LIFEBOOK P770 and the resolution:
- Blank Screen
- Color problems
- Horizontal or Vertical Lines
Sometimes the laptop screen could be blank even if you have turned on your FujitsuLIFEBOOK P770 notebook. You may not be able to view anything on the screen. In such a situation try adjusting the brightness using the function key, increase or decrease the brightness to check whether there is any change in the display. If it doesn’t work, try connecting the laptop to an external monitor using the VGA or HDMI port available. If the external monitor also does not display, the issue is with the power so check whether it is getting enough power. If even then the external monitor is not displayed correctly, then the issue is with the laptop screen and you need to contact the technical support to fix it.
Sometimes the fonts, icons or the entire screen can have color issues. In order to resolve such issues, you need to check whether this is happening due to the BIOS set up. Also you need to update the video and BIOS drivers in your Fujitsu LIFEBOOK P770 notebook. You may be able to get the updated drivers from Fujitsu website.
There are chances that the screen of Fujitsu LIFEBOOKP770 notebook is occupied with simultaneous horizontal and vertical lines. Updating the video and BIOS drivers would resolve the issue. If the issue persists after updating the drivers, you need to contact the technical support or iYogi to check for the hardware issues with the screen or the motherboard.