HP EliteBook® 2730p Notebook PC Blue Screen
If you have owned an HP EliteBook 2730p Notebook PC (or any other computer for any length of time), chances are you would have come across the dreaded HP EliteBook 2730p Notebook PC blue screen, or blue screen of death (BSOD). This HP EliteBook 2730p Notebook blue screen is actually a warning from your computer directing you that something has gone wrong with your computer. It is merely a symptom. The warning comes in the form of white writing (error message) on a blue background outlining exactly what is wrong with your HP EliteBook 2730p Notebook PC computer system.
- Why blue screen errors occur with Windows® 7
- Tips to resolve the problem
Why blue screen errors occur with Windows® 7
Causes of the blue screen are many and while some are easily fixed others are a lot more difficult to pinpoint and will take more time and effort to sort out. The most common causes of these error messages are faulty hardware, corrupted or badly written device drivers, harmful changes made to your system, a damaged/corrupted registry and a memory conflict or bad memory resulting in a crash. Another possible reason is having too many Windows® open at the same time or running too many programs simultaneously. There are times when simply restarting your computer will fix the HP EliteBook 2730p Notebook PC blue screen problem but that does not always work.
Tips to resolve the problem
As stated earlier one means of fixing your HP EliteBook 2730p Notebook PC blue screen is to restart the computer and hopefully that works. Another way is to restore your computer to a previous point in time via system restore. What this does is to bring the computer’s status back to the last known condition. Yet another way to tackle the problem is to clean the registry using a registry repair program. To do it manually is extremely time-consuming and unless you are a professional you may delete things necessary for the proper running of the system in error, thus compounding the problem.
If the HP EliteBook 2730p Notebook PC blue screen only came up after a new program was installed it would be wise to try and uninstall that program as that would most likely be the source of your problem. If this same scenario plays out after installing a device driver uninstall it, and try another one. There are also downloads to be had from the Internet which can check if your hard disk is faulty and another which tests if the computer memory is the culprit. It would also be a good idea to check for disk errors by running the Windows® Error Checking Utility.