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Fujitsu Lifebook Stylistic Q584 Troubleshooting
This troubleshooting page will help you diagnose problems with the Fujitsu Lifebook Stylistic Q584
- Fujitsu Will Not Connect to Wi-Fi
- The Tablet PC Does Not Start After Switching On
- Stylus Input is Not Working
- The Battery Discharges too Quickly
- System Error Messages
The Wi-Fi symbol is not showing and internet applications will not load.
The radio components are not switched on in the device settings. To turn this setting on go to Settings - Change PC settings – Wireless devices – On.
Check whether the wireless connection is enabled by the software. If the wireless is still not connecting try turning off your Fujitsu, and your modem/router. Wait 30 seconds and turn both devices back on, If the wireless is still not connected it may be a problem with your internet provider.
The tablet will not start when attempting to power on.
Plug in the charger and allow the battery to charge before powering on.
Check whether the AC adapter is properly connected to the Fujitsu, and switch the device on.
If a good charger is unable to supply power to the device, it is possible that the battery is bad and will need to be replaced.
The screen does not respond to touch with the stylus.
To calibrate, run the Hardware and Sound / Tablet PC Settings function in the Control Panel. You need to calibrate both portrait and landscape formats.
Replace stylus tip using this guide.
The battery of the device does not hold a charge.
Bring the Fujitsu up/down to a normal operating temperature. If the battery life is extremely short, the battery might need to be replaced.
Use the AC adapter when it is possible.
Reduce the brightness of the screen. You will find the setting under Control Panel - Hardware and Sounds - Windows Mobility Center.
Error messages generated by the BIOS when a problem has occurred.
Switch your Fujitsu off with the ON/OFF button. Wait 3-5 seconds and switch the Fujitsu on again.
If you are using an external keyboard: Check the connection and reboot the Fujitsu.
Check in the BIOS Setup whether your hard disk has been set correctly, and make sure that the operating system is installed in the corresponding drive.