Repair Windows® XP in Fujitsu® LifeBook® S760
Do you know how to repair Windows XP in Fujitsu LifeBook S760?
The new Fujitsu LifeBook S760 notebook is equipped with widescreen TFT WXGA Superfine LED Backlit HD display. LifeBook S760 is powered by integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator GMA 4500MHD Graphics chipset with up to 224 MB (Megabyte) shared video memory. It will support Direct X9 and Dual View monitor that offers maximum resolution of 16 million colors and a touchpad with gesture enabled functionality. There is also an optional NVIDIA GeForce discrete graphics solution available with 512MB (Megabyte) dedicated video memory. Fujitsu LifeBook S760 notebook is equipped with Windows XP (64 bit) for speedy processing. It also has an in-built 56 kbps modem from Connexant and an integrated RealTek Ethernet LAN connection with integrated WiFi Connectivity. As Windows XP is a complex piece of programming, there are chances that one file in the OS will be deleted. Some of the problems that can come are problems in the registry, driver problems, expiry of software and so on. Fortunately, the user can repair the entire Operating System instead of reinstalling the entire Operating System.
Following are the tips for repairing the Windows XP in Fujitsu LifeBook S760:
- Repairing Files
- Repair in Failsafe Mode
- Registry Repair
In order to repair the files of Windows XP in Fujitsu LifeBook S760, there are few programs that the user can utilize for the purpose called as ‘Check disk’ and the ‘Repair feature’. The user can check files on the hard drive by running the ‘Check disk’ program. In order to run the program the user should simply go to the ‘Start’ menu and press ‘Run’ and type the ‘chkdsk’ command if prompted. The entire processes can last for five to 30 minutes depending on the speed of the system and the size of hard drive. Checkdisk will attempt to repair bad files during the process. The user should insert the installation CD to repair files which ‘Checkdisk’ was unable to revamp, and reboot your computer by pressing designated key to enter BIOS as the system boots up. The user must go to the ‘Boot menu’ and change the first boot device to read from the CD. After saving the changes, reboot LifeBook S760 and press ‘R’ to initiate the repair.
Repair in Failsafe Mode
‘Failsafe mode’ (Safe Mode), is an environment built in Windows XP for troubleshooting the LifeBook S760 errors. In Safe Mode, LifeBook S760 will load the most essential files, leaving the problematic files outside of the system memory. When the Safe Mode begins to exhibit errors the only solution is to repair the Windows XP. The user should insert the Windows XP CD into the system and boot from the CD. To begin the repair procedure, the user should hit ‘Enter’ and press ‘F8’ key for the repairing process to start. Repair Windows XP from the on screen menu by using the arrow keys and press ‘R’ to begin the repair in Failsafe mode.
A registry is the file system that contains all the variables necessary to run the installed components and software present on Windows XP. When the registry of Fujitsu LifeBook S760 becomes corrupted, the way to fix the problem is to perform a repair installation of Windows XP in LifeBook S760. This process will overwrite the existing registry files with the new copy, thus removing the corrupted files. The user should insert ‘MS DOS’ boot disk into the LifeBook S760 and restart it and press any key to boot from the CD. This will take user to a ‘DOS prompt’, insert the Windows XP CD into the CD drive. Then the user should type ‘X’ and press ‘Enter’ to initiate the installation procedure and also enter the drive on which user would like to store the installation files.