Fujitsu® LifeBook S710 video drivers
Guidelines for the installation of video drivers in the Fujitsu LifeBook S710 laptop
The Fujitsu LifeBook S710 laptop is powered by the Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, Intel HD integrated graphics card, 8GB of DDR3 RAM and hard disk drive with a capacity of up to 500GB. The laptop has 802.11n Wi-Fi card, optional Bluetooth, and Ethernet LAN for supporting the network connection in the system. The PC is preinstalled with the Windows 7 Professional 64-bit operating system. The laptop can automatically search the driver for the video card and install it. If you want to do it manually, make the automatic driver installation option disabled. You could download the Exe version of the graphics driver from the Fujitsu website. By double clicking on it, you can start installation. If it is a compressed version you need to extract it and double click on Setup.Exe file.
Some of the things you need to keep in mind while installing video driver in Fujitsu LifeBook S710 are described below:
- Uninstall existing graphics card drivers
- Select compatible driver for your card
- Update the video card driver
Uninstall existing graphics card drivers
If you are going to install the video card driver on the Fujitsu LifeBook S710 system as a part of upgrading the video card or repairing the corrupted video driver software, you need to remove existing video driver files. If you do not remove them, there is a chance for software conflicts in your system. After removing the corrupted files completely you can install the new one.
Select compatible driver for your card
If you get an error in selecting the appropriate video card driver for your system, it will lead to display problems in your system. You need to select driver software which is supported by the Windows 7 Professional operating system installed on your Fujitsu LifeBook S710 laptop.
After the installation of video card driver in Fujitsu LifeBook S710 you need to restart the system for configuring and updating it. For this, identify the manufacturer of your video card from the system’s display properties. To start updating, you need to establish an Internet connection. Updating is a solution for problems with hardware and it can expand features of the devices.