Customer password-Toshiba Tecra 9100 Setup
I have an old Tecra 9100 and I need to access the configuration, I wrote to Toshiba Spain provide data on my computer and from there I was forwarded to a different email client and atencionn the truth is that, after nearly two months now, however, no one has contacted me!
On the page to access this forum is reported that if the user is logged on the Club, among other things, will receive the password if necessary.
I am really very disappointed with the service that it provides to its customers and Toshiba but I am about to buy a new one, I have serious doubts have emerged whether he should opt for a Toshiba.
If anyone can help me write in Spanish, my post is [email protected] address
I am very interested to understand your problem and try to help but I really didn t understand your problem. Of course, my English isn't the best, but I hope you can clearly explain what you want to know about this old notebook.
BIOS password has this oldie and now, you don't have access to it now?
Is your laptop or you bought one?
Here you can ask what you want and I'm sure that you can chat with other owners of Toshiba laptops on your problems.
I have two of them and I am very satisfied. Support and customer service are on the high level. So I'm really interested about your problem and the reasons why you think that the service is not good for you.
I mean, for each question, there must be a logical explanation.
I am quite often here and you want to discuss with other people. If the last comment on the propaganda is somewhat strange to me.
Referring to a Toshiba Tecra 9100, model No.: PT910E-602SF-FR
The power button normally doesn't light up at all, even if sometimes it starts normally, starts to load windows, then always turns off after 5 to 15 seconds in any case.
It always requires the batteries very well, but it won t turn on. I ve checked the ram, hard drive and I re - set the default bios - nothing prevents to cut if you can get it to turn on.
Any ideas what could be the problem? Any help appreciated, it s the second time I had - the same problem the last time!
Have you already tried to clean the fan? Maybe a lot of dust blocking the fan for laptop can start t, and then turns off itself due to a higher temperature. It would be interesting to try to clean it.
But in my opinion, you've done everything you can do, and it looks like a malfunction of the motherboard. If cleaning using fan doesn t I think the motherboard is faulty or something else. If you are familiar with the disassembly of the laptop, you can try to fix it yourself with second hand parts. Otherwise it s time for a new laptop I think
What is the biggest size SD card and HARD drive in a Toshiba Tecra 9100?
My largest SD card has 512 MB and works very well. Can I use 2GB or 4 GB SD - Cards?
My HARD drive is 160 GB and works. We may also use the 250 GB HARD drive?
The Tecra 9100 is an older laptop. I think that it s 6-old.
As far as I know 6 years ago you didn t find the cards of 2 GB or 4 GB SD so it's not easy to tell if the slot will handle these large sd cards.
The user manual only says that you can use SD cards of 8 MB, 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB and 128 MB.
You have only one chance to see if a larger SD card would work. You must test it simply. ;)
I have Toshiba Tecra 9100 that I used to connect my ps3 to wireless internet. For some reason my Tecra is down the Ethernet of the ps3, the strange thing is if I turn the laptop off the battery only there is no problem but as soon as I plug I save it starts to give up the connection again.
Any body know what is the problem?
To be honest, I don't have a specific answer to your question, but maybe you should try to install the latest drivers LAN and WLAN. Also check the properties of the device and make sure that all power saving settings are defined to the maximum level.
In Toshiba surveillance tool when the laptop is connected to the power supply running set everything up.
Intel Speedstep option implemented.
I hope this will help.
I have a Toshiba Tecra 9100 with a built-in mouse AccuPoint, I never really liked.
So I plugged in a USB-mouse standart for using Windows XP.
But whenever Windows is running, my mousepointer is drifting sideways. If I klick anywhere, I must, with one hand, difficulty the Accupoint for the opposite direction of where my pointer is moving and with the other hand using my 'normal' USB mouse
I received the new Service-Packs of XP, latest Version of BIOS and tried to say the Toshiba control center to disable the AccuPoint by "auto". But he always arises when I touch it.
I don't know what the problem is. Is it possible to completely disable this AccuPoint? Or do you have other ideas what this could be?
Thank you very much!
If you use an external mouse I recommend you to disable the mouse on your Tecra AccuPoint. I had similar problem on my Tecra M1. I also disabled AccuPoint-mouse and touchpad.
Now, I can work without this very annoying problem.
"Unknown" is listed in the Device Manager, I guess that's the modem because no modem is listed in the Device Manager or connections. So I downloaded the driver modem XP Toshiba Web site but does not. Then tried the XP 9000 modem driver, no joy tried 9100 2K driver, still no joy all the info I've found points to make it a Toshiba driver made so I'm stuck. Although 1 site suggests that perhaps a Scopio Agere, tried, but has always failed.
Anyone know where I can get the modem for a laptop Toshiba Tecra 9100 XP driver please?
Are you sure that the modem is an unknown device at 100%?
I found this document Toshiba how to identify an unknown device:
Unfortunately, all I can suggest to check the page of the Toshiba driver drivers or you check tools and Utilities CD for the drivers.
The other possibility is to use the Toshiba Recovery CD to recover the operating system.
I have a Toshiba Tecra 9100 512 MB of ram CD/DVD + ext DVD-+ RW + ext 160 GB HDD etc, but also epilepsy.
I came in overweight and broke the lid.
The case is broken (cover only), and the TFT screen is dead.
Can you fix this? And if so; How to what to do?
Please break it down.
Robert Martin of Steven J. (Steve).
You will need to contact your Service partner allowed the closest to get a breakdown of the cost to repair your laptop.
It is very likely that you can claim the cost of repair against your house insurance content (I did when my A30 fell on the ground and broke the optical drive).
I have a password on the bios of my tecra 9100, but do not remember what it is, anyone know a way around this to get into the bios?
Unfortunately I have some bad news for your.
CA? s not possible to get into the BIOS without defining the old password.
In this case, if you na? t know the password, so you should contact Toshiba service in your country. Only the ASP can remove the existing password.
Hello. Dear can Technical Support, you help me remove the password on Toshiba Tecra A8 BIOS?
Challenge Code = GH1PF-YLL2C-CKQVT-K2U75-JJF0K
You must send in a center of Service from Toshiba for password removal. There's no other way.
Hello, I hope I write my son in the right part of your forum...
My question is - what I might do if I forgot my password of BIOS for Toshiba Tecra t9100 laptop?
Model No.: pt910e - 0049 g - dk
Thanks in advance for your prompt response
Unfortunately, you can't do anything and you need help from the Toshiba service provider. They can delete old password.
Check please - http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB4600PR000JR01.htm
I * Toshiba Tecra M3 *, my wife set * power on password * and she forgot what was the password. Everytime I turn on my laptop it's toshiba Boot logo and then it comes black page and the password required like this:-* PASSWORD = *.
I sent it to the PC technician but he failed to fix it, he said, it is best to clear the CMOS settings, but it didn't find there because maybe he thought his old similar notebook that has battery; I told her my laptop is a computer laptop last may he joined the CMOS chip with its battery.
* Any help please, I have valuable information in my laptop.*
I think you're talking about the BIOS password...
Bad new budd... the password of BIOS should be removed by Toshiba ASP.
You may not remove if you forgot!
Then, contact the local ASP and ask for later handling.
I have a laptop Tecra 9100 that I try to use with an Advanced Port Replicator III (APR3 +) to connect to an LCD flat screen widescreen Dell via the DVI connector, but so far without success.
All other connections on the APR3 + operate without problem, the monitor stir however not until Windows finishes loading, how it shows a totally white screen with black bars very close down vertically.
I upgraded to the latest version of the BIOS and tested all the cables, but in vain. I also carefully searched from Toshiba Web site, but the only document which deals with taken ports supported on the APR3 + I can find does not list my laptop model at all.
Please can you tell me if this mode of operation is supported and if it is how to enable it?
Alternatively, if it is not supported, could I use a VGA - DVI cable to connect the APR3 + LCD flat screen?
I see that you have updated the BIOS. I think that it was not a bad idea, but you also need to check if you have installed the latest version of TOSHIBA Mobile Extension 3.
I don't know if that helps, but please check.
How to check the current version of TOSHIBA Mobile Extension 3
-Select Control Panel in the start menu.
S ' please click on ' Add / Remove Programs "from the control panel.
-TOSHIBA Mobile Extension 3 for Windows XP V3.xx.xx.XP"appears in the list of software to ' Add or Remove Programs".
-If the current version of TOSHIBA Mobile Extension 3 installed on your computer is V3.19.00.XP or more, please upgrade to the new version V3.21.00.XP.
How to upgrade the TOSHIBA Mobile Extension 3 to version V3.21.00.XP
-Uninstall the current version of TOSHIBA Mobile extension 3
-Restart the computer.
-Download the new version, unzip it by running, and run "Setup.exe" from the compressed file.
a friend of mine apperantely has some problems with its Tecra 9100 and he asked me if I could help him. Maybe some of you guys know what this could be... I'll post his original comments to e-mail on the situation:
"When I start the computer it keeps restart indefinitely, it is not answered none of F8 and do not accept any CD I get into the BIOS and ask from CD, but without success.
"I went into the BIOS and something and now he told me
LAN adapter failed media test. Please check cable and reboot the system (cable only I plugged the Power one) I can't get out of this when it reboot. »
I'll try to get my hands on him by phone today so I can get a better description of the problem. But maybe some of you know what could be the problem.
The message that appears during the startup process, which would indicate that is the boot sequence is incorrect and the laptop tries to start from a lan device, or there is a problem with access to a HARD drive or bootable CD.
I first try to access the BIOS boot screen (press ESC as soon as appears the screen flash Toshiba) and check that the initial MESSAGE is successful, then access the BIOS (F2) Setup and carefully check all the settings to ensure they are compatible with the laptop.
Finally, I would like to check the boot sequence so that CD-ROM followed by HARD drive as the first two points. (You can of course put HDD first, I prefer just CD first me).
The audio device does not appear after installation of xp pro sp2 on Tecra 9100.
I tried allsorts to research on forums and websites.
I found install them drivers on this site but used to my laptop.
I need to locate the audio device before get drivers?
I know this is a very old problem but I tried for 12 months with no result.
Any help appreciated.
You are still using the good old classic? Surely she s or it was a nice laptop but maybe it's time for something faster? ;)
Back to your question;
On the European driver Toshiba page, you can find drivers Tecra 9100.
You should look in the Archive (in product type click Archive instead of the laptop)
There are two audio drivers for Win XP.
She s Yamaha audio driver version
I guess the 126.96.36.1992 is a more recent who is available and I think that you should use it!
I have an old Tecra 9100 with years of quality service, and it is my first problem, but is a great, after a forced restart the display shows the message BIOS 1 damaged block. I tried to fix the BIOS upgrade to the latest version I found, the 1.6 one, but it is a version of Windows (to upgrade a Toshiba computer I think) and when I try to run it in another computer to generate a floppy and upgrade the BIOS drive, I can't, because a common message from modules of Toshiba.
Its there any floppy BIOS image - archive I can download to perform the BIOS update the BIOS?
Thanks in advance.
All you can find is stuff on the Toshiba support page. I don't know where you live, but try to contact nearest Toshiba authorized maintainer.
They have access to the database of Toshiba and they can get it for you. Call and ask for help. I'm sure they will help you fix this BIOS.
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