Issues in the Toshiba® Satellite U500
The Toshiba Satellite U500 is one of the latest laptops that have been released into the market with the capability of the touch screen. The system comes pre-loaded with the Windows 7 Home Premium Operating System that provides the needed functions to enhance the touch capability of the laptop. The laptop comes at a smaller size of 13.3” and runs with the Intel Core i3 processor. The system comes with a 500 Gigabyte hard disk and a 4 Gigabyte RAM memory for primary applications on the system. The features such as eSATA, USB Ports, hard drive impact sensor, HDMI port etc. make the laptop very useful. There are several problems that you might face when using the Toshiba Satellite U500 laptop, you must resolve the issue to avoid any further damage to the system.
- Overheating issue in Toshiba Satellite U500
- Operating System crash
- Malware attack on the software
Overheating issue in Toshiba Satellite U500
The overheating of the laptops is a common issue faced nowadays, this also tends to occur in the Toshiba Satellite U500 . You may face a couple of problems as a result of the overheating issue in the Toshiba Satellite U500 , sudden shut down of the laptop is one way the system resolves an overheating problem. This must be avoided as the data that is running on the system and stored on the hard disk can result in a loss. The overheating of the system may also cause damage to the battery of the Toshiba Satellite U500 . If the system overheats, ensure that none of the air vents are blocked and the system fan is functioning properly. After this is done you could make use of a USB powered cooler pad to draw cold air into the system.
Operating System crash
You might face several issues with the Operating System that is installed on the system over a period of time when using the system. If the registry files on the system are damaged, or if the Operating System loses the needed system files, it would disrupt the normal operation of the Windows 7 Operating System. You can repair the Windows 7 Operating System by running the system restore. If the Operating System fails to start up you can reinstall the Operating System by setting it back to its factory settings through the System recovery disc.
The malware is a common threat that the Toshiba Satellite U500 can come across, malware infects the system from both a network as well as external plug and play devices such as flash drives. If a malware has infected the system then you might experience a drop in the system performance, the pop up of unwanted programs or messages etc. You can deal with the malware infection by installing and running an antivirus on the system that may help overcome the virus infection by removing it from the system. Run updates on the virus definition of the system to keep the system updated against the latest threats on the network.