No boot from CD - how to check if there is a BIOS problem?
I have search in the forum and almost everything it has been proposed to solve the problem but have not yet checked.
I have a Toshiba Staellite m40 - 230 SP and there are a few days, I was forced to change my CD/DVD drive, because the original one doesn't work anymore. (As a recommendation of the shop after having shown my last drive), I bought a Sony AD - 7580A ID. I inserted into the laptop and tested several times in Windows O.S. with no problem at all.
The problem appeared when you try to start on a CD in order to update the OS it is not possible to boot from any CD or DVD!
That's all what I already checked:
Bq. - CD player tested within the bone several times while reading and recording media. It worked correctly. \\-Change the order of precedence of the BIOS to check first the CD-ROM. Did not work. \\-Essaye also by pressing 'C' or F12 at startup to force to check the CD. Did not work. \\-Verifie that when you start, the laptop seems to try to check if there is a CD in the drive (we see a green light and the sound of verification), but in the end behaves as if there were not a CD inside or it is not bootable. \\-UN of the tested CD was a Linux distribution downloaded from its homepage and verified through MD5 and properly followed the instructions for registration (and checked in an another lapto when there was no problem) \\-essaye several other CD/DVD that have been tested in other PC where they made the system startup from the CD correctly. None of these disc worked in my laptop. Tried \\-j'ai as original Toshiba Recovery DVD and it did not work \\-essaye F8 to end somewhere in the force to check the CD. Nothing there. \\-Change CD player with another one (an LG) that works fine in another laptop. But not in mine. \\-Retire the HARD drive and tried to boot from the CD to detect if there is a confusion between them to the point of BIOS that detect both as primary IDE. It did not work. BIOS \\-configuration modified by default with the priority of the sequence set to CD-ROM first. Did not work. \\-AUCUN boot USB is possible because my BIOS does not allow this option. \\-Courrier sent to Sony and Toshiba support so weather found this CD player is compatible with my computer laptop or not, but received no response at all. \\-MIS updated the BIOS from /KBC ACPI BIOS version 1.30 / 1.05.42 version 1.70 /1.05.47. Did not work.
I am of ideas right now and don't know what else to check. Could you please help me? any idea?
I have the bios on this laptop is really simple and there is no place where I can check if it is to recognize the new CD player.
Any help will be highly appreciated it.
At first, I have to say that I m not a technician and cannot say for sure what the problem is here but I have a few suspicions about all of this.
As you know laptop manufacturers use only compatible hardware components and test the functionality of the laptop computer in general.
For each laptop model Toshiba offer a list with compatible optical disc players that can and should be used on some laptop model. This list is in document s user manuals.
According to this document, you can use follow the sides:
Toshiba - Samsung SD-C2712
-Matsu * a UJDA760
-Toshiba Samsung TS-L462A
-Toshiba Samsung TS-L632A
-Matsu * a UJ - 830B
-Matsu * a UJ-831BT-A
TEAC - W28E-xxx
As you can see that this Sony isn't on the list and I guess that there must be a compatibility problem.
All listed optical disc drives are tested and will work as a boot device.
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I have a 2nd hand tecra 8000.
Now, it does not start from CD? I don't know why... but a question is to know how to enter the BIOS setup, because is not possible with the F2 key.
How to enter the BIOS?
Thank you too
ESC key to enter the BIOS settings.
I had a USB bootable on this laptop.
This trial went very well and now I have a bootable USB key with a start and a windows - of the recoverypartition on this subject image.
Now, of course, I want to test this bootstick but I when I look to change the bootpriority in the bios, I can't find.
I tried everything, esc, delete all the function keys but nothing doesn't show an option to choose the USB
Very very annoying.
Can someone help me pls?
Thanks for posting in the Forum from HP Support.
Your computer comes with UEFI and for UEFI boot options are a bit hidden in the options inside.
If this is not enabled by default, you should enter the options of UEFI and find inside (note that there should be more options than most computers mobile consumers have).
Please read these 2 items > http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03801890
Insert your USB key. Restart your computer (restart, closes not and then start).
Continue to press the Esc key and then you should see F9 option or similar options to start where you can choose from the available boot devices.
* If your USB key is not there, repeat the process, but this time choose Esc-> F10 to enter unside UEFI and creuser dig in the options to choose boot options, select USB, etc...
* If it works again - enter the parameters for the UEFI and disable Secure Boot as explained in an article
If you're sure you've tried everything and even after that it does not work, please ensure that your USB is really made bootable, ensure/test it with other images or software.
I use the v2 API and have a problem with the last update.
We have an an optional field on one of our documents. When we built our integration, we ask the form data, and if the field was not filled, we would get an error. Now, we get form data downloaded even if the user has not filled what whatsoever. I know that now is the expected behavior and see the value. However, it leaves us with a problem.
How can I have a query, using the api v2, there is data from form provided by the user or not? Web echosign as GUI seems to have access to this information because it will put a flag on the agreement, but I can't find how to do it in the api.
I worked with the support of Echosign on it and there seems to be no direct api solution. My concern in creating my own solution was successfully manage all our current and future agreements with all the fields they have and being as safe as possible future changes in the behavior of EchoSign. That's what I came with:
Every day, I call getFormData for an old agreement without data form called. I save the headers in the first row of the csv file. When we have a new agreement in the next 24 hours, I call getFormData for him and then compare the new csv headers to the known empty headers. If they match, I guess that's empty, if they do not match I guess that the signer filled in some fields. It will be immune to future changes EchoSign to the fields returned by getFormData (with a window of 1 day of possible error). This solution is based on the current behavior of getFormData only the fields with the data returned.
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Regarding above, I feel THAT BIOS can be altered that I cut two pins to get rid of power according to the tried and tested instruction on another site, the BIOS password. Properly deleted BIOS password! Password requirement has occurred after that the computer is not used for a long time. Maybe the short circuit with a paperclip to cause corruption of the BIOS? Computer note seems to maintain time and date so battery CMOS OK?
Can I reflash the BIOS or require special equipment? Any help appreciated more
Why would you say that the BIOS is intact?
If you have downloaded the BIOS Toshiba it s not intact. Toshiba doesn't offer these BIOS versions, they would be tested before.
The BIOS (for example with an older version), you can reflash t. This can make an ASP (authorized service provider). If you wish, contact your local ASP. Only, they know to do this and will not get such textbook because it s a user to user forum.
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CC very slow applications. Takes an average of 8-10 minutes to deal with any action. Have had computer checked and there is no hardware problems. We have reinstalled the software. Never had a problem until we went to CC. Any input will be appreciated.
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Hello everyone, I try to start my computer from the CD/DVD with success.
I use a win98 boot CD, is this OK? Or do I need another type of boot cd?
I checked the CD on other computers, and there it works fine.
Hoping for help
P.S. This thread was moved from the business PCs - Compaq, Elite, Pro for PC - portable Omnibooks, EVO. -Forum moderator hp
It's one of the problems, the bios, the parameter does not have the ability to boot from the CD/DVD.
There are only three choices:
start from laptop, multibay
boot from the hard drive to laptop or computer ethernet startup.
I also have uppdated the bios, but nothing changes.
'Notebook multibay shoes' should work - the CD is installed in the multi-baies slot.
I have a new L40-139. Looking through the BIOS I can't find an option to boot from a device USB like a USB HDD or USB flash drive. Could someone confirm if the L40-139 can boot from USB and is thus the configuration of the BIOS for this.
If she can not someone knows if there are plans for a BIOS update that would allow this?
I must admit that, although I love the L40, I am disappointed how to limit the BIOS is.
I'm not 100% sure, but as far as I know, you cannot use USB HDD as first boot device. USB floppy Yes, but with external HARD disk drive, it won't work.
I have a UCS-blade and UCSM with version 2.1 (1st), I create the startup policy to boot from the local disk and raid 1.
The problem is that when starting the Server Blade show me the screen in SHELL, in other words starting the server in UEFI mode, I need enter the word "EXIT" to get into the 'ESXi', the version of the ESXi is 5.1.0.
Anyone have any suggestions
THK for help me!
I would like to know which model server you use and if the ESXi version you have installed is the customized version of Cisco ESXi?
I bet it's a new facility... It seems that the server does not see a boot image, even if it looks like the strategy of starting point actually on local disks, but I saw strange things how to get when the not custom ESXi .iso image is used.
Try to use the custom version found here.
And compatibility with one of my favorite tools:
I hope this helps you, if he did, he notes.
Cisco support community is also present in Spanish:
I need to add another instance to my server.
How to check if there is enough memory available.
Some information about:
1 XLTABP/oravl01/oracle > uname - a
Linux 2.6.18 - 92.el5 #1 SMP indlin045 kills Apr 29 13:16:15 EDT 2008 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
2. There are five instances on this server, four of them on 10 g & 11 g.
3 course Details memory server:
XLTABP/oravl01/oracle > POOL-l
-Limits of shared memory-
maximum number of segments = 4096
Max seg size (KB) = 5242880
total max shared memory (k) = 14354432
size minimum seg (bytes) = 1
maximum number of arrays = 1024
semaphores per table Max = 512
system of semaphores wide Max = 32768
Max ops by call semop = 200
semaphore value max = 32767
system of queues of wide Max = 16
Max size of the message (bytes) = 8192
by default the maximum size of the queue (bytes) = 16384
4 memory details of the instances
SGA_TARGET = 5500M
shared_pool_size = 400 M
db_cache_size = 300 M
LARGE_POOL_SIZE = 400M
JAVA_POOL_SIZE = 150M
shared_pool_size = 400 M
db_cache_size = 300 M
JAVA_POOL_SIZE = 50 M
shared_pool_size = 900 M
db_cache_size = 300 M
LARGE_POOL_SIZE = 300M
JAVA_POOL_SIZE = 150M
shared_pool_size = 250 M
db_cache_size = 150 M
LARGE_POOL_SIZE = 100M
JAVA_POOL_SIZE = 150M
See you soon,.
Published by: user9131570 on August 2, 2010 04:02
MemFree is absolute free memory space, while Cached is also free but contains data which may be required in a short time, and inactive pages are that can be written as they have not been used for some time.
You should take example from memory during your peak hours, then the average to get an idea.
I'm working on my Portege M200 friends that she bought used. Only, it came with an external USB CDROM drive and the laptop computer AC adapter. To make things better the HD is no longer recognized by the BIOS. I had a spare HD so I installed it and now the BIOS see the new HD, Yay!
I also discovered that I could buy a replacement Toshiba system recovery CD, new Yay! But before I do that I wanted to make sure I could boot from the external CDROM drive. I plugged the CDROM drive and attempted to start on a spare windows xp CD. But it does not start on the CD. I made sure that the CD-rom drive has been first in the BIOS boot priority, but that doesn't seem to work.
I read the other posts that mention the boot directly from the external CD-rom USB drive does not work and I have to boot to the CD-rom drive by plugging the CD-rom drive in a PCMCIA card. If I have to buy a PCMCIA card that has USB ports for connecting external USB CDROM drive in for I can boot from a CD?
If there will be any brand/type of work? If this is not the case, what brand/type is known to work.
Any advise will be greatly appreciated!
BIOS of the portege recognise only a limited number of pcmcia-CD-disks
in this thread you will find all the information you need:
but your portege also boots most of the readers of usb_FDD; If you make a BACK-boot disk with the appropriate drivers for your CD-ROM usb drive you can use it without restrictions bios
as you can read that this method will work only in a DOS environment, that is why it is absolutely necessary to format your hard drive to fat32, otherwise it will not be recognized
I have Toshiba Tecra 8000 (simple 266 MHZ)
Will be this bios bios-t8000-930 - trad.zip (08/26/02) allow you to boot from USB?
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The update of the Bios won't boot options.
If you want you can ask for the readers supported ASP.
I found this site one:
It s a Toshiba CD - RW / DVD-ROM combo wit reader PC Card interface.
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No drive Flash Drive or USB in the list options.
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