Problems in Fujitsu® LifeBook® S760 Notebook
What are the different problems that come up in Fujitsu LifeBook S760 Notebook and tips to resolve them?
The Fujitsu LifeBook S760 is intended for students. The notebook comes with Intel Core i5 processor. It provides a 13.3 high definition display. It has NVIDA graphics controller. It comes with Windows® 7 operating system. It has a hard drive space of 320GB. It gives efficient performance and is highly durable. It provides a circular touchpad which when touched in a circular manner scrolls down to any document or web page. If the touchpad is touched in an anticlockwise circular motion, then it will all scroll back. There are many short cuts in the keyboard to make changes to the power or for locking the laptop.
Following details will help to find out the problems in Fujitsu Life book® S760:
- Display problem
- Modem problem
- Hard drive problem
The display problem is a common problem with notebooks. The display issues can be seen even in the latest PCs. The issues like black screen display while booting as well as noticeable blue pixels found across the screen are some of the issues that can come in Fujitsu LifeBook S760 Notebook. When such issues occur, then the screen will show shadows while the curser is being moved. These issues can be solved by changing the display screen.
Fujitsu cables and DSL modems cannot surf the Internet and perform online tasks without a proper functioning modem. The modem problems can be due to outdated drivers. So driver update can solve the problem or change the Internet connection requirements according to the modem compatibility. This problem can be solved by releasing firmware updates to RA12 modems of Fujitsu, so as to help the modems function properly.
The hard drive is used for storage. Hard drive problems might come in Fujitsu LifeBook S760. It can be solved through proper maintenance. Main problem of a hard drive can be the due to the size of the drive. The hard drive should be compatible with the Fujitsu notebook. You can solve hard drive problems by defragmenting the drive at least once in a month or by taking a backup of the data and then replacing the drive.