Toshiba® Satellite E205 Repair
What are the different software issues that might arise in Toshiba Satellite® E205 and how to fix them?
Toshiba Satellite® E205 comprises of new Intel® Core i5 multi-core processor so that it can adapt to whatever applications you are doing. It has inbuilt DVD drive and a backlit LED keyboard. The system is having a battery life of up to 6 hours. The system is installed with the Windows® 7 Home Premium 64 bit Operating System. Toshiba Satellite® E205 includes 4 GB DDR3 memories and 500 GB HDD and Mobile Intel® HD Graphics. There are always some chances for software issues to occur, related to the devices in your system and Windows® 7 Operating System. It might develop potential conflicts inside your computer system. Some of the software issues that can come with Toshiba Satellite® E205 are described below:
- Application incompatibility
- Antivirus with Firewall Conflicts
- Problems with Windows® 7 OS
Incompatibility problems related with software programs are major issues in Toshiba Satellite® E205 which could cause unpredictable results in your system. This system is installed with Windows® 7 OS. It is not necessary that Windows® 7 should support all the driver software that was supported by the previous versions of Windows®. For example, you can’t install a video card driver in Windows® 7 which is designed for Windows Vista®. So it is advisable to check compatibility before you install any driver software.
Antivirus with Firewall conflicts
In most of the cases you will not able to work separate antivirus and Firewall simultaneously. It might cause potential conflicts in your system which might lead to performance degradation and makes the system unstable. To avoid this you need to disable or uninstall any one of them. Windows® 7 itself contains a firewall protection. You can disable the Windows® firewall and can use an anti virus having firewall as built-in.
Some of the problems like DVD drive not found, Aero® is not running, Windows® 7 themes change the custom icons, are related with Operating System software. In the case of DVD drive not found, it might be because of any problems with settings on device manger. If it is there on the BIOS and still not found, it might be due to corrupted driver software. You need to install a good version of the software.