Toshiba Satellite Pro® T110 Blue Screen
Toshiba Satellite Pro® T110 represents the lightest device of the Satellite® range that promises a complete configuration despite its small size. Toshiba's Satellite® range has a total of 22 model ranges with several alternatives. The device has a 250 GB hard disk from Toshiba and a 3 GB DDR3-8500 (1066 MHz) RAM, apart from the stronger Pentium® processor. The Toshiba Satellite Pro® T110 is delivered as a standard with Windows® 7 Home Premium. The Toshiba Satellite Pro®T110 can be infected by the blue screen error. Windows® 7 is said to be a stable operating system than others. But still it might crash due to blue screen error. The error occurs due to issues in registry that contains all the instruction to make your system to run correctly. Another reason can be bad selection of RAM.
- Check your systems memory
- Check the registry
- Check your Drivers
Check your systems memory
Blue screen can be caused due to faulty memory. Eliminate the modules if your computer has multiple memory modules installed. Start your computer with only one memory module installed at a time and see which one produces blue screens. Most new computer manufacturers include built-in memory diagnostics utilities that help the troubleshooting process. The memory test can be usually done from the computers boot options screen during the startup process.
Check the registry
Toshiba Satellite Pro®T110 has its own registry, which is a database of lot of files. When you continuously download hardware or software into the computer, the files will be saved in the registry. Some of the software or hardware that you download into your system is necessary for your computer; there are a few programs that are built on outdated languages. Such programs will interfere with your computer's registry and disturbs its functioning, hence the Windows® 7 blue screens occurs. This blue screen error can be resolved using a good registry cleaner software. To clean your registry you can download the cleaner software and run a free scan to find all the errors.
Another very common source of blue screen errors is newly installed hardware and driver software that conflicts with the existing system configuration. To determine if it is the root cause, remove the new hardware. If the system boots normally after removing the new hardware then you might need to check with the manufacturer regarding the compatibility of your system. The failing hard drives, overheating processors can contribute to blue screen errors with Windows® 7.