I own a Fujitsu 1510D.
Since recently, evrytime I move it it crashes, somtimes restarts, sometimes I am getting a blue screen.
I restored all the software from the restore disks, that did not help.
I realized that itmust be a hardware issue, thought that it is the memory, I replaced it, did not help.
Can it be the motherboard (or chipset on the motherboard)? If so, is it worthwile to repair? Please advise.
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Re: notbook is crashing
This could be as simple as a loose or poor connection somewhere. There are a couple of things that I would look at. Firstly, try another ac mains adaptor incase the power lead is intermittent. Next you could look at the power socket on the back of the laptop. These can play up and sometimes are responsible for poor connections. The above will be made worse if you have removed the battery or if the battery is old or poor. Put a decent battery in and keep it charged even if you are using a power adaptor. If there are breaks in power the battery will act as a reservoir and prevent dropouts.
You say that it crashes when you move it, is it ok when you leave on a table and operate it?
The only other thing I can think of is that there could be a loose connection inside the unit. I would check out the connection ribbons before pulling out chipsets or motherboards. Good luck..
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1) Press the volume up or volume down or home button when thetablet start, this is hit and trial method and ...
turn off device, then hold the power button on top and the home key (make sure its not plugged in also)
keep Holding both keys... you will see the apple logo appear, and then flash off, and then it will restart again. If you keep holding the home key and the power key, it will continue in this loop. Holding it until it reboots once should be enough though, then just turn it on and let it boot normally.
Your settings and everything should remain the same, this just will reset the hardware on the device. I have had issues with my iPad 2 with games lately, mainly random crashing, when I do this hardware reset, it usually fixes my crashing issue for a while.
Once again the steps are:
Shut off device, make sure it is unplugged
Hold the Power button and home key, until the apple icon appears and then flashes off.
Let the device turn on normally, let go of home key and hold the power button till the apple icon appears, and let it boot up normally.
Test the application, this may or may not work. But its def worth a try.
Close unused tabs Tap Settings in your Home screen then tap Safari / Clear History, Cookies, and Cache.
Then restart your iPad. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the red slider appears. Slide your finger across the slider to turn off iPad. To turn iPad back on, press and hold the Sleep/Wake until the Apple logo appears.
Installing a new BIOS when your laptop is in such an unstable condition, is very dangerous as it may crash during upload and write off the mother board. Try starting in safe mode and run CHKDSK/F from the start/search box. That will clear any errors on the hard drive. The most blue screen failures are from hard drive errors and memory errors.
Startup PC, press F8 at instant of turn on... choose Safe Mode. when you are asked if you want safe desktop or system restore choose restore, when you get to the restore menu, choose a date BEFORE you had problems there may only be one or two to choose from. just follow the instructions and you should be back to working with all that behind you.
PC crashes without warning, sometimes the display shows weird patterns before the crash.
Resolution may revert to the lowest resolution settings upon restarting your PC.
The CPU temperature may shoot up prior to crashing.
PC may not be able to reboot back after the crash, unless you turn off the power supply unit of your PC and switch it back on again.
Your PC tells you (sometimes only) that the ati2dvag driver has failed to function.
This is a universal problem afflicting thousands of PCs worldwide and can occur in totally new or old computers; it doesn’t discriminate. Imagine the frustration of buying a new PC only to have it crash on you after a few weeks and thereafter.
There have been many hypothesis’ postulated. Some say it is a very stealthy virus, some say it is an incompatibility with Windows XP SP2 and ATI, some say it is a problem with the hardware acceleration settings in the ATI graphic card, others say it is a problem within Windows XP itself…etc.
The 2 most common “solutions” are:
Reinstall the ATI driver. You are advised to launch Windows in Safe Mode (press F8 before Windows boots), go to Windows Add/Remove programs and uninstall everything ATI. Remove the DAO/MDAC component as well. You can use the ATI removal tool utility which can be downloaded from the ATI website. The complete set of instructions on removing ATI can be found on the ATI website.
Go to System Devices in My Computer > Properties > Hardware, and locate the option, PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge. This could under other names on your PC, so contact your PC vendor if you’re unsure. Right click, and select the “update driver” option. Manually search and install the PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge.