Different Problems in Fujitsu® LifeBook UH900 Mini
How to solve different problems in Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 Mini?
The Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 Mini is a light weight device with an Intel Atom processor with a multi-touch display. The screen size is 5.6 inches touch screen display. It includes Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and WiMax capabilities to make it more interesting. Various problems faced by the notebook users must be mainly due to accidental damages like liquid spills or if the system falls from your hand or if the screen gets scratched accidently etc. but some are due to continuous use of Internet and improper software installations that lead to operating system registry damages. This would then lead to blue screen errors, display issues, overheating, sudden shut downs and lot more.
Common issues faced in Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 Mini laptop are given below:
- Liquid spills on laptop
- Randomly turns off
- Shows Internet pop-ups
Liquid spills on laptop
Liquid spillage might cause many types of laptop damage like short circuit, corrosion, internal soakage etc. So take immediate action. When the spill occurs, leave the unit upside down for drainage for about 20-30 minutes. Then remove any attached leads, power unit and battery. Then allow the unit to air-dry overnight. If there is any liquid residual, remove the keyboard assembly with the help of technician and perform additional cleaning. If you suspect corrosion, then gently rub those areas with cotton bud dampened with CRC or WD-40 and dry it.
Randomly turns off
Clogged fan, faulty power adaptor, overheating etc are main causes for sudden shut downs. Poor cooling is aother cause. Also, ensure the proper working of the cooling fan. Building up of dust should be avoided near the air vents of the laptop. Also, check that the AC adapter’s leads are properly inserted and supplies voltage properly to the system.
If your system is going slow and has a habit of showing Internet pop ups continuously, then your PC must be likely infected by spywares. Spyware is actually a software inside your laptop that follows you to check (spy work) your Internet activities. This enters into your laptop while you are downloading some ‘unknown’ software. You could use spyware removing tools like ‘Spybot’ to remove this.