Help and support for Lenovo® ThinkPad X320
What is the role of help and support in Lenovo ThinkPad X320?
Lenovo ThinkPad X320 is a thin and lightweight laptop. It has a built-in DVD burner and DisplayPort connection. It provides optional WWAN, GPS and wireless USB facility. It powered with an Intel Core 2 Duo SU9400 processor with 1.4 GHz speed. The processor works according to multi-core technology. The speed of the data bus 800 MHz. It works with 1 GB of RAM and it has 4 GB of maximum RAM capacity. It uses DDR3 SDRAM memory with a speed of 1066 MHz. Intel GMA 4500 MHD Dynamic Memory technology provides graphics functionality. This laptop faces many issues with both software and hardware.
The role and support for fixing and preventing the software and hardware issues that occur in Lenovo ThinkPad X320 laptop are:
- Software issues
- Hardware issues
- Prevention techniques
Laptop resetting and crashing cause software issues. It involves some kind of malware or software upgrade. After upgrading the driver software for a particular device, your laptop may not be able to work with that device. This is because of the driver incompatibility problem. Spyware or malware or viruses infect software are able to change the content of the software program. Thereby, you will not get the correct output. Also, after updating the Operating System, you may face a lot of problems because of the error that occurred during the update process.
Hardware issues focus on damaged hardware. Older hardware results in slow performance. There maybe many problems like battery overheating and the processor overheating. Problems with the monitor will cause problems with the display. Insufficient RAM space means that some programs cannot be run on your laptop.
The solution for the many software problems is that you need to install antivirus software and perform daily virus scans for the whole system. Use Spybot to protect your system from spyware attacks. Before performing an update process for the whole system or particular software you need to make proper backup. Backed up data must be stored on removable storage media like CDs. To prevent the processor from overheating you need to make sure that all vents are free of dust and also check the fan's performance. Damaged hardware can be replaced with new parts.