It's running Windows 7 Professional and is a 32bit system.
How do I tell the kind of video driver I have?
I see it has a Mobile Intel® 965 Express Chipset Family under Display Adapters - Is this the Video Driver?
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You are correct that is your video driver under display adapters.
Here is a link to the Fujitsu web site and to your T series T4220 LifeBook owners manual.http://solutions.us.fujitsu.com/www/conten...091-02EN-00.pdf
There are drivers on their web site as well, but I can not direct link you to those, so here is the support site's link.http://support.fujitsupc.com/CS/Portal/supportsearch.do
It is my belief that you should purchase a can of compressed air, this can be found at most stores that sell computer accessories.
If you are in the USA, Radio Shack and Staples Super Stores carry this product.
Once you have a can of compressed air, attach the plastic straw into the hole in the spray nozzle and insert this straw into any or all air vents, giving momentary spurts, because the can gets very cold, the nozzle will freeze up if you use continued spurts.
Blow as much dust out as you can.
Once you have blown out all the possible access holes, try using the laptop again and post back the results to me.
Has this resolved the problem?
If not, then you may need to do a deeper cleaning, this will involve opening up the laptop.
Also, most important is to make sure the cooling fans inside the laptop are spinning and doing their job of keeping things cool.
Please keep me posted.