Help and Support for Samsung® P530
Get to know more about help and support for fixing and preventing software and hardware issues with Samsung P530
Samsung P530 is a 15.6 inch machine and a capable office notebook even without a graphics card because of the Core i3-330M with a clock speed of 2.13 GHz and 3 MB L2 Cache which is the smallest processor from Intel. Samsung P530 Pro's aspirations as an office machine is quite obvious as the surfaces are entirely unpainted, matt, and to a large extent fashioned with a not so appealing surface. It has Hyper-Threading (HT) where for each physical core, HT provides an additional, virtual core. Before the user turns on his Samsung P530, he can check the battery charge via the LED battery life prompt. With the acceptable luminance, the good input devices and the hard wearing surface, this laptop is well suited for travel.
The following discusses help and support for fixing and preventing software and hardware related issues with Samsung P530
- Software Issues
- Hardware Issues
- Help and Support
Common software issues with Samsung P530 are blue screen error, your DVD not working, printer problem, no sound in Windows, video freeze, crashes in Internet explorer, etc. These problems are mainly due to the instability of the Windows or the Windows not responding. Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services scans your computer and detects the root causes of common problems, then automatically disables codecs that are found to cause Windows to become unstable or to stop responding.
Laptops and notebook computers often require much more attention when the user decides to troubleshoot specific hardware problems and laptops are sometimes more sensitive compared to desktops. We might find that the LCD screen or the circuitry that powers the LCD is faulty, a messy memory causing BSODs, an overheating notebook, touchpad, or accu-point.
Samsung P530 provides round the clock help and support for its customers. They have introduced various kinds of support like the live chat support and e-mail support. Still if you are not able to fix the problem, schedule a repair by registering a service request at various service locations near your house. You get a free support if your product is well within the warranty period. Make sure you register your laptop online for frequent checks.