Samsung np900x5n l01us Setup and Configuration Support

Samsung Np900x5n L01us Laptop

Samsung np900x5n l01us Specs

The slim and lightweight notebook provides a keen balance of capable computing and mobility. The keyboard is designed to provide comfort with ergonomically designed keys and a glass touchpad. It is an ENERGY STAR-qualified laptop. Answer calls, respond to texts and get phone notifications on your laptop using SideSync. Use the USB-C charging cable to power up your laptop no matter where you are. Logging in is secure and convenient with a fingerprint sensor. It supports Windows 10 OS.

  • A 15.0” LED Display
  • Intel Core i7(7th Generation) Processor
  • An 8 GB memory RAM
  • 6-cell lithium ion battery

Tech – Specifications

Ram

The RAM has a good capacity to store large data. It has a memory speed of 2133 MHz.

intel-processor

If you require more power, the processor’s clock speed can increase to a max of 3.5 GHz using Intel’s Turbo Boost technology.

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The battery includes a fast-charging feature that lets you fully recharge in 80 minutes.

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The notebook has a low-reflective feature that makes everything look brilliant with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels.

Configuration Support

Driver Download

When the notebook becomes slow, unresponsive or crashes, it indicates that the issue might be with the drivers. The driver might be missing or it may get corrupted. Sometimes, upgrading to a new version of OS on the notebook also cause issues. The reason for this is that the current driver works with an older version of Windows. If you do not download a correct driver, it can make the problems even worse. To update your driver, go to the Downloads section on this website.

Search the driver for your Samsung Np900x5n L01us notebook in the list of drivers. After locating it, check if it is the apt driver for your OS. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to download the driver and once the download completes, go to the downloads folder of your laptop. Access the driver file from this folder. You will find the driver file for your Windows system in .exe format. Run the file and complete the driver installation.

Driver

Manual Support

The manual for your Samsung notebook includes information about the hardware, assembly procedures and how to start using it. If you are using the notebook for the first time, the manual can be useful. Before using the laptop, read the manual for safe and proper use. Few devices, optional accessories and software mentioned in the manual may not be provided or may not be subjected to upgrades. The environment referred in the manual may not similar to your environment. The manual also includes information on how to use the keyboard, touchpad and fingerprint. If you are interested to know more about the notebook and want to have a clear vision of how it works, then you can download the manual from this website.

samsung np900x5n l01us laptop Top issues

Black display

In few cases, the Black Display issue may occur due to the RAM. Remove the RAM, carefully clean it with a clean cloth and insert it again. If the display issue continues, restart your notebook. Press the F8 key and using the navigation keys, select Safe Mode. Click Start, go to the Control panel and select System and Security –> Backup and Restore –> Recover System Settings. Click the Open System Restore option and select Next –> Finish. When the restore process completes, reboot your notebook.

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samsung laptop stuck on starting windows screen

If the Windows screen stucks, perform a hard reboot, remove the battery and unplug the AC adapter. Press and hold the power button for few seconds and try to boot it again. If the issue continues, try to load the Samsung notebook into Safe Mode. If the notebook boots repeatedly, press the F8 key until it loads Advanced Boot Options and click the Safe Mode. If the Safe Mode does not load, the possible option would be to run a Factory Reset to reinstall Windows. Now, if it loads Safe Mode, try to run System Restore. Try to restore it back to an earlier date or time before the issue occurred. If the issue still continues, reach us on the Toll-free number.

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  1. Frequent but irregular crashes, cryptic error messages, missing files and folders are few signs that indicate hard drive failure. A common issue that the Samsung drives experience is the clicking/knocking sound. If you hear clicking noise, it indicates the read-write heads have been disturbed and are no longer functioning correctly. On the other hand, buzzing noises indicate that the read write heads have contacted the platters, overheated and have welded to the platters on power down. This will subsequently prevent the spindle motor from rotating. Perform a quick format or complete format on the Samsung portable hard drive to check if it fixes the issue. If your Windows PC fails to format the external, run the Windows built-in Error-checking tool. This tool will check and repair the bad sectors on the portable HDD. Running anti-virus software helps to determine if the issue is due to the virus. If a part of the firmware gets corrupted, the drive will fail to initialize properly and hence stop working. Even if you find that the drive sounds normal, it will not identify in BIOS or show up with zero capacity.

  2. Before you perform any power related troubleshooting, check if you are using the Samsung factory power adapter. Use the Samsung adapter that came with the package or an official Samsung replacement manufactured for use with your notebook. To turn on your Samsung notebook, remove the battery and unplug the AC adapter. Wait for few seconds and connect the AC adapter again. Press the power button on your notebook. If the notebook powers on correctly shut it down and reconnect the battery. Charge the battery for an hour or two, unplug the AC adapter and power on the notebook with just the battery connected. If the notebook does not power with the AC adapter, you may have a bad AC adapter or there may be a hardware failure in your notebook. If the notebook powers on but there is no display, there is most likely an internal hardware failure in your notebook. When turning on the notebook with just the battery connected, if the laptop does not turn on at all, it indicates that the battery is not receiving a charge. If the laptop powers on but there is no display, it indicates a problem with the display.

  3. Check if your laptop has a physical switch to turn on the Wifi, if it does, it will usually be somewhere above the keyboard. The issue may possibly be due to an improper network setup or outdated drivers and firmware. Prior to troubleshooting your wireless connection, remove the wireless network from the preferred networks list on your laptop. To perform this, right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon in the system tray and select Open Network and Sharing Center –> Manage wireless networks. In the preferred networks list, choose your network and select Remove. Click OK and close the Wireless Networks window. Now, try to connect to your wireless network again. You can also run the Network troubleshooter to check if it can diagnose and fix the problem. If you have a Windows 8.1 notebook, select the Start button, type Network problems and select the Identify and repair network problems option in the list. If you have a Windows 7 notebook, right-click the network icon in the notification area, select Troubleshoot problems and click the Network troubleshooter option.

  4. To connect your phone to the notebook using a USB cable, click the Apps option and scroll to and select Settings. Click the More Networks option and select Tethering and Mobile Hotspot –> USB tethering. Tethering permits you to share the Internet connection from your phone to your notebook. Here, you will be using your data from the mobile phone. On your notebook, wait for the device drivers to install and click Home network. Wait while the notebook automatically customizes the settings and connects to the network. After the setup completes, click the Close option. To connect your mobile using the bluetooth feature, select the Start option and type Services.msc in the search box. On the keyboard, press Enter and right-click the Bluetooth option from the services list. Click Properties –> General –> drop-down menu –> Automatic –> OK. Go to the Services window and right-click Bluetooth services. Click Start from the pop-up menu and close the Services window. Click Start, type Bluetooth and press Enter. Change Bluetooth settings if necessary and click OK. Enable Bluetooth on your mobile and pair it to your Samsung notebook.

Hard drive failures

Laptop wont turn on

Wifi wont turn on

How to connect mobile

Frequent but irregular crashes, cryptic error messages, missing files and folders are few signs that indicate hard drive failure. A common issue that the Samsung drives experience is the clicking/knocking sound. If you hear clicking noise, it indicates the read-write heads have been disturbed and are no longer functioning correctly. On the other hand, buzzing noises indicate that the read write heads have contacted the platters, overheated and have welded to the platters on power down. This will subsequently prevent the spindle motor from rotating. Perform a quick format or complete format on the Samsung portable hard drive to check if it fixes the issue. If your Windows PC fails to format the external, run the Windows built-in Error-checking tool. This tool will check and repair the bad sectors on the portable HDD. Running anti-virus software helps to determine if the issue is due to the virus. If a part of the firmware gets corrupted, the drive will fail to initialize properly and hence stop working. Even if you find that the drive sounds normal, it will not identify in BIOS or show up with zero capacity.

Before you perform any power related troubleshooting, check if you are using the Samsung factory power adapter. Use the Samsung adapter that came with the package or an official Samsung replacement manufactured for use with your notebook. To turn on your Samsung notebook, remove the battery and unplug the AC adapter. Wait for few seconds and connect the AC adapter again. Press the power button on your notebook. If the notebook powers on correctly shut it down and reconnect the battery. Charge the battery for an hour or two, unplug the AC adapter and power on the notebook with just the battery connected. If the notebook does not power with the AC adapter, you may have a bad AC adapter or there may be a hardware failure in your notebook. If the notebook powers on but there is no display, there is most likely an internal hardware failure in your notebook. When turning on the notebook with just the battery connected, if the laptop does not turn on at all, it indicates that the battery is not receiving a charge. If the laptop powers on but there is no display, it indicates a problem with the display.

Check if your laptop has a physical switch to turn on the Wifi, if it does, it will usually be somewhere above the keyboard. The issue may possibly be due to an improper network setup or outdated drivers and firmware. Prior to troubleshooting your wireless connection, remove the wireless network from the preferred networks list on your laptop. To perform this, right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon in the system tray and select Open Network and Sharing Center –> Manage wireless networks. In the preferred networks list, choose your network and select Remove. Click OK and close the Wireless Networks window. Now, try to connect to your wireless network again. You can also run the Network troubleshooter to check if it can diagnose and fix the problem. If you have a Windows 8.1 notebook, select the Start button, type Network problems and select the Identify and repair network problems option in the list. If you have a Windows 7 notebook, right-click the network icon in the notification area, select Troubleshoot problems and click the Network troubleshooter option.

To connect your phone to the notebook using a USB cable, click the Apps option and scroll to and select Settings. Click the More Networks option and select Tethering and Mobile Hotspot –> USB tethering. Tethering permits you to share the Internet connection from your phone to your notebook. Here, you will be using your data from the mobile phone. On your notebook, wait for the device drivers to install and click Home network. Wait while the notebook automatically customizes the settings and connects to the network. After the setup completes, click the Close option. To connect your mobile using the bluetooth feature, select the Start option and type Services.msc in the search box. On the keyboard, press Enter and right-click the Bluetooth option from the services list. Click Properties –> General –> drop-down menu –> Automatic –> OK. Go to the Services window and right-click Bluetooth services. Click Start from the pop-up menu and close the Services window. Click Start, type Bluetooth and press Enter. Change Bluetooth settings if necessary and click OK. Enable Bluetooth on your mobile and pair it to your Samsung notebook.

samsung notebook trackpad issues

If the trackpad stops functioning, check if it is disabled or you need to update or reinstall the drivers. Make sure the trackpad is turned on by pressing the Fn+F5 keys. This combination of keys turns on the trackpad if it has been disabled. To turn the trackpad on or off, repeat the Fn+F5 keystroke. If you are unable to work on the trackpad or it is not functioning correctly, check if the driver is installed correctly. To install drivers in Windows 8 on your notebook, it requires SW Update. Select the icon on your desktop to open SW Update, select All Software and locate the driver. If the Install option appears on the screen, select it.

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samsung notebook camera issue

If there is an issue with your camera it could possibly be due to a software glitch or an issue with the hardware. Before you confirm that the issue is with the camera, uninstall and then reinstall the software using the camera or try a different program. If the issue still continues, go to the Control Panel, select the Device Manager and find Imaging devices option. Press the arrow on the left to expand the category. Based on the model of your notebook, the name of the webcam varies. Right-click the webcam option, click Uninstall and select the OK option to uninstall the device. Restart your notebook and try using your camera with a software like Skype.

samsung notebook monitor color issue

There are various factors for the monitor color issue to occur. To reset the monitor manually, turn it off by pressing the power button. Unplug the power cord from the back of the monitor and from the wall socket for nearly 30 seconds and reconnect both the cords. Press the power button to turn the monitor and try resetting it to default settings using the onscreen controls. Reset the Windows advanced video settings to default and if the video cable disconnects from the monitor, try using a different cable. Try using another monitor to confirm that the issue is not with the video card. For any information, reach us on the Toll-free number.

Laptop Turns On But Does Not Boot

This issue mostly occurs when performing a Windows update, where, on trying to Resume/Wake the notebook from Sleep mode, it only displays blank/black with a blinking cursor on the Samsung screen. Check if you have inserted any CD, DVD or Flash Drive in the notebook and remove if any. To force the notebook to shut down, press and hold the Power button. Switch on the notebook and press F2 to access the BIOS Setup Utility. If you are unable to access the Utility, shut down the notebook and try again. Access the BIOS Setup Utility, press F9 to load default configuration now and to select Yes, press Enter. Press the F10 key, press Enter to save the changes and exit now. Allow the notebook to start normally and perform a Restart.

Laptop Turns On But Does Not Boot

samsung laptop factory reset

  1. Use the Samsung Recovery Solution program to factory reset your notebook. Press and hold the Esc key and start your notebook. Samsung Recovery Solution is a general system restore program. Locate the Samsung Recovery Solution program on your notebook and run it or try to enter the menu window.
  2. Press the F11 key. This key restores Samsung factory setting. You can also choose another method to factory reset where you simply need to start your Samsung notebook and press F4 or F7 simultaneously. This will enable your notebook to automatically run System Restore program.
  3. When the program runs over and reboots the notebook, access it without any password. The above method will help to reset your notebook in a short time. But in few situations, it can lead to issues such as losing your important file or data.
  4. To factory reset Samsung notebook on Windows 8/8.1, go to the Settings menu and click Change PC settings. Select the Update and Recovery option and click the Recovery option. Under the Remove everything and reinstall Windows, click the Get Started option.

how to share my laptop screen with samsung tv

The Samsung Smart Hub allows you to listen to music, watch pictures and more from your notebook to your Samsung Smart TV. First, check if both the devices are connected to the same network, click Search and type Windows Media Player in the Search box. Select Apps –> Windows Media Player. Once you select the Turn on media streaming option, click the Turn on media streaming button. Locate your Samsung Smart TV in the list of devices and check the box.

samsung screen mirroring laptop

To mirror your laptop or notebook screen to your TV, go to the Start menu and select Settings –> Devices. Click the Connected devices option and select Add device. Wait for your television to display in the list and click the Connect option. The notebook automatically starts to connect to your television. If it does not automatically connect to your television, right-click on your desktop and select the Display settings –> connect to a wireless display.

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