Blue Screen in Fujitsu® LIFEBOOK® T730 Notebook
Fujitsu has launched new tablet-notebook named Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T730. It comes with a 12” swivel-screen with optional multitouch. The base processor is a Core i5 2.4 GHz with Turbo Boost. Intel vPro for motherboard security is available as a free, optional upgrade. The HDD is 160 GB base, but can be upgraded to a 128 GB SSD or a variety of larger HDD options. RAM starts at 2 GB and can go up to 8 GB. Wi-Fi is a/b/g/n. It also has fingerprint sensors, ambient light sensors, a spill-resistant keyboard, HDMI-out, and a user-cleanable dust-filter for one of the most feature-rich devices available in the market. It has genuine Windows 7 operating system preinstalled. Your system might experience a serious error known as blue screen of death. In the blue screen error, the system shows nothing but a blue screen. No folder, cursor or icons will not be visible except a blue screen. Another type of blue screen error is system displays a blue screen that contains a message which states that "Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer." Outdated software programs, devhath na hile toh sahe aate haiice drivers or hardware failure, temperature problem, timing error, resource conflict, a corrupt registry, virus or simply a device incompatibility or driver error can be the reasons for the blue screen error. Drastic decrease in system performance, sudden restarts or a combination of such errors are all symptoms that system shows before occurrence of the blue screen errors.
Following are the tips to prevent the blue screen error:
- System Restore
- Malware removal
- Registry fix
To fix the blue screen error you can use the Windows 7 System Restore utility. This provides users with the ability to restore key system files and programs to specific time period where there were no issues. Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T730 notebook users can avail this feature if there system encounters blue screen error as a result of any changes to their system and they wish to rollback to the previous error-free stage.
Blue screen errors might be the result of an infection of system files with malware. You can remove malware programs with the help of licensed antivirus program. Users are recommended to install good malware detection tool and scan and remove malware in case the blue screen errors continue even after system restore.
Sometimes blue screen errors on your Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T730 notebook operating with Windows 7 operating system might be because of registry issues. Registry issues include too many registry entries, clashes between registry values, corrupted registry files etc. You can fix the registry errors by cleaning the system registry using a good registry cleaning software. A backup of registry should be also created in case the problem becomes more complicated and system needs to be rolled back to the previous state.