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Step 1Reboot or turn on your Fujitsu Lifebook and press "F12" when the Fujitsu logo appears.
Highlight "Recovery and Utility" using your arrow keys and press "Enter." If this options does not appear, you have to recover directly from the recovery disc. Step 3
Select a new keyboard layout on the first screen that appears, if your preferred keyboard is not already selected. Click "Next." Select "Use recovery tools...," and "Next" on the "Operating System" dialog screen. Enter your password, if your system is configured with one. Step 4
Click "Recovery and Utility" on the "System Recovery Options" screen. Step 5
Click the "Recovery" tab and click "Restoring the Factory Image (only C:\drive)." Follow the on-screen instructions to restore your Fujitsu Lifebook. Some models may require a supplied recovery disc be inserted at this point.
1. Turn on or reboot your system. When the Fujitsu logo appears, press the [F12] key.
2. From the Boot Menu, that appears, check whether the <Recovery and Utility> option is present.
If it is not present, it means that the utility must be used from the disc.
Proceed to "Running Recovery and Utility from the Bootable Disc" , if <Recovery and Utility> is unavailable.
You can download the driver from this link:
On the left side of the page there is a link "Driver & downloads". Click on it, then on the middle area of the page, under "SELECT PRODUCT" you will select "Notebooks".
A new menu appears, select "LIFEBOOK".
A new menu appears, select "LIFEBOOK E".
A new menu appears, select "LIFEBOOK E8410 (Intel Graphic)" or "LIFEBOOK E8410 (Intel Graphic)". (Makes no difference, since the audio card is the same ALC262 in both versions).
After this, there appears a list with operating systems available. Select the one you are using, then select "Audio".
I would suggest to install first the "Chipset" driver from the same list, then restart the computer and after restart install the audio driver.
Back up all your stuff first! Then when you're ready, make sure System Restore is first disabled/turned off.
Then when you boot your computer, (before the logo shows on the screen)
Press and hold down Alt+ F11 at the same time, for about 7-8 seconds. This should give you access to factory resetting options.
Hope this works!
it seems your PC has attacked by virus making the booting files corrupted
you can try to solve it by repairing the operating system by the specified CD of it.
if not possible formatting will surely work
Unplug the AC adapter from power cord, then remove the battery.Wait 30 min and put the battery back.Plug the AC in power cord and try again.If not start you need check AC adapter with voltmeter.If the AC working your computer need service.
I found your driver on the internet. Is your notebook a Fujitsu Siemens LifeBook E8210 PC Notebook like the displayed Icon beside your problem. I will give you the site and some instructions for you to find your driver. Open this site http://support.ts.fujitsu.com/com/support/index.html ---on the Welcome to our Support Pages there is another scroll down inside the webpage, scroll it until it reaches the buttom. You will see there the SELECT PRODUCT drop down box. Choose your product and wait for the 2nd drop down box to appear. Continue choosing your product until the 4th, the last box will appear. The sequence of the boxes are like ex. 1)Notebooks, 2)LIFEBOOK, 3)LIFEBOOKS E, 4) and the 4th box choose between the two E8210 whether your notebook is a ATI-Graphics or Intel-Graphics, after that click on Drivers and choose your operating system. Then you can download all the drivers you want. Hope this helps.