Lenovo® Ideapad U350 blue screen error
What is the blue screen error and how to resolve it in Lenovo Ideapad U350 laptop?
By looking at the blue screen error. it might presume that something is really wrong with your laptop. However, by simple guidance from the expert, the user can resolve the issue quite easily. In this article we will be discussing the possible consequences of the blue screen error in the Lenovo Ideapad U350 laptop, with following points:
- Display problem
- Hard disk problem
- OverHeating Or Overclocking problems
One of the prime reasons of blue color of the screen in the Lenovo Ideapad U350 laptop is the display problem, the reasons of which are stated as follows:
Sometimes, in the Lenovo Ideapad U350, due to a corrupt video card or the driver problem, the screen of the system turns blue in color and nothing seems to work after that. The reasons for this could be many, but the most widely identified reason is that, the corrupt video card or the damaged video/display driver results in this error.
One reason can be due to excessive installation and the uninstallation of software programs, the screen may turn blue. Another reason for this could be that the video driver is in conflict with the uninstalled/remaining traces of the previous driver, so the user must first uninstall the current driver completely and then reinstall the fresh driver to resolve the issue in this case.
It is recommended to either replace/update the display driver, in case the problems still persist, it is advised that you consult a technical expert and resolve the issue at the earliest.
Hard disk problem
Another reason of the blue screen error in the Lenovo Ideapad U350 is the hard disk problem. Sometimes due to the corrupt hard disk or the any form of loose connection between the hard disk and the motherboard, the screen of the system may turn blue in color. As a result, the screen will message that the hard disk is difficult to find or the system is unable to identify the hard disk. It is also difficult to identify whether the hard disk is damaged or the motherboard. Try restarting the system after some time. If the system does not start at all, it is advised that the user consults the technical expert.
Sometimes when the system is running for a longer time and is overheated, the screen may turn blue in color. This happens, as due the long processing hours, some of the applications may have been damaged or it may be a driver problem caused due to overclocking of the processor. Therefore, it is advised to restart the system after sometime and see if the problem still persists. If it does, then it is advised to consult the technical expert and resolve the issue through their guidance.