Portege 3010 ct start problems
whenever I start my portege, I get a screen showing a picture of a portege and an arrow pointing to what looks like a hard drive icon.
I can't not past that somehow that I can see, insert the disks when I start doesn't do anything either. does anyone have any ideas of how to slove it?
I think maybe the hard drive reformatted but need I got things on what I want back.
I have pictures if anyone needs to see what I see at startup, just message me and I can send them to you.
Try to start your laptop with a Windows boot CD. Press C or F12 to get the machine to boot from.
If it works, you can back up your data and then use the recovery CD to restore your system.
I used my new Toshiba laptop about 6 months ago - no prpblems. These last days I have starting problems. I turn it on and Toshiba logo appears on the screen, and Windows does not start. Toshiba Logo remains on as frozen screen and laptop keyboard does not respond. I turn it back on works and that's okay - wimdows starts normally. Startup Repair does not detect any problems.
What can be?
What model of laptop you have exactly? I can t find this information in your ad.
If the laptop hangs on the Toshiba logo, it has nothing to do with Windows and it s hardware related issue.
Have you connected external devices? If Yes, remove them all and try to boot up your laptop.
I get the message RunDLL32.exe, procedure entry point_except_handler4_common could not be located in the dynamic link librarymsvcrt.dll. What should I do?
I had starting problems, boot loop, I think it seems to have been resolved by using the last known good configuration, but I get this popup dialog box. I've not closed for fear that it will start XP looping again.
1. did you of recent changes on the computer?
2. do you have security software installed on the computer?
3. when exactly you receive the error message?
Check if the problem persists in safe mode and after return with the result.
A description of the options to start in Windows XP Mode
If the problem does not persist in safe mode, then it is possible that some third-party programs installed on the computer is causing the problem.
I suggest that you configure the computer in a clean boot state and check if it helps.
To help resolve the error and other messages, you can start Windows XP by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This type of boot is known as a "clean boot". A clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts.
See section to learn more about how to clean boot.
How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" State
Reset the computer to start as usual
When you are finished troubleshooting, follow these steps to reset the computer to start as usual:
1. click on Start , then click run.
2. type msconfig , then click OK.
The System Configuration Utility dialog box appears.
3. click on the general tab, click Normal Startup - load all services and device drivers and then click OK.
4. When prompted, click on restart to restart the computer.
If the previous step fails then I suggest that scan you SFC on the computer that will search the corrupted system files and try to correct them.
The analysis may take some time, so be patient. Windows allows to fix corrupt or missing files it finds. If the information of the installation CD is required to fix the problem, you may be asked to insert your Windows XP installation CD.
Description of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 System File Checker (Sfc.exe)
You are prompted to insert a Windows XP SP2 CD when you try to run the tool on a Windows XP SP2 computer system File Checker
My wife birhtday, I bought a new desktop PC 500-281 HP Pavillion through Win 7 clips in July of 2014. Intermittently the machine hangs at startup. Usually, he gets to "Starting Windows" screen and freezes, windows logo is not launched. When I shut off and restart, usually the screen asking if I want to start windows normally or start the Startup Repair utility. Should I choose one of these options and the machine works very well, sometimes I can shoose an option and the machine hangs again. Startup Repair shows no problem. When I'm on Windows I ran antivirus (AVG, McAfee, bitsMalware IO) analyses all upward with no problem. The machine is connected to ethernet (not wireless) a of the USB connections and: mouse, keyboard, external hard drive WD, printer Canon, Logitech webcam. All of this worked well on the old box. I have checked/updated all the drivers for external and all devices are updated. I checked the BIOS and Windows Connection Manager is the first start. This is a report of start-gel 60/40 at the moment and it happened that the staples of 14 days return policy. Any advice? My wife is extremely frustrated! (as a result so I am!)
I would test equipment (systems and components) to restarting your PC and pressing "ESC". A defective material is usually behind on a new PC erratic behavior. Despite a software driver problem which is very unlikely, component, causing this type of symptom can be the power supply. This point of failure (power) is not detected using HP diagnostics. If material tests pass and this isn't a software driver problem, through the process of elimination, it can be the power supply.
In the start menu select F2 and run diagnostics.
If all tests pass, try to use the PC with HP supplied only devices (mouse, keyboard, and Ethernet connection) to see if the system stabilizes.
Let me know how it goes. We can try additional troubleshooting if the advice above does not help.
Finally, you need to maybe to back up important data and do a factory restore. Then, run the system without installing any additional software and only HP devices connected.
Always start problems? Now is the time to contact the HP Support.
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I received a Portege 3440CT by a former colleague. It works under Windows 2000. She has not used in more than 5 years and can't remember what the password was. I tried to log in as administrator with a blank password, but the password has not been left white (grr) so basically I can't cross the password prompt.
Shouldn't be a problem - there are a lot of Internet password recovery tools. I did a disk using this one here: http://home.eunet.no/pnordahl/ntpasswd/ intending to boot from the disk - there is a brand USB Toshiba external floppy drive.
HOWEVER: the Portege stubbornly refuses to do. The boot order is set to try the FDD before all other options; I manually told to boot from diskettes; There is no ignoring me and Win2K boot from the hard drive. Would be very grateful for any ideas!
I do not have:
a reader of CD or DVD for laptop;
a network connection or internet on it, as far as I know;
disk recovery or installation of Windows;
anyway to start Windows without knowing the password.
USB flash drives / external hard disk drives;
The installer of Ubuntu (although on a CD, so useless without a CD player?);
Wipe the hard drive is a solution I'd be happy to see if anyone can advise me on how to do it - there is nothing important about the laptop that should be retrieved.
first of all: what do you think?
-install a new os on this machine?
-use the operating system installed?
get rid of the operating system administrator password:
-install the drive in another system and run norhdahls supertool > read each line which is given! It is able to check the registry to another hard drive as the boot device.
-make an installation of xp on another machine, sysprep this installation and change drive hard back
-install the drive in another system and make it bootable with back, copy the source files for the system of desires and run the installation after you reinstall hard drive to your ct 3440
Maybe you need a special player to install...
BTW: nordahls disc resets passwords * inside * your operating system - read the manual of this powerful tool.
I have the following problem with my Portege 500:
When I turn on the computer the laptop appears to hang with a black screen, no icon of Toshiba and no Windows icon.
Light blue hard drive indicates that the computer is something.
After waiting for a time very, very long time (can be hours) I disable the hard way by pressing the off button for a few seconds.
When I start her again the computer starts up normally and is in Windows in less than a minute.
The issue also appears sometimes when I start it from sleep mode.
I have Windows XP with all updates on the computer. I downgraded from Vista, after slow performance.
I lie in the newest bios.
I had the computer on service once when I had Vista on it because I've lived that I think has similar problems. According to me, once again to send to the service.
A solution out there?
Have you tried to reinstall Windows XP already?
And try if this happens when you use your laptop only on battery and only on the AC adapter / CC. Perhaps this can clearify something.
just got a used R100, has got to eBay.
the first problem - to start the system.
says "insert system disk" permanently
No matter what camera you select to boot from the
do not enter the bios update mode
inherited settings are set to 'active' in the BIOS
When you plug a usb key, a LED on is displayed for 1 second and then fate
I turned on to the first time he received a message that the RTC battery is dead...
I don't know if maybe it's the cause of all that.
the last test is now to get a USB floppy drive, I'm not sure, but this might help I guess
is or maybe replace the RTC battery - replaceable?
Try to boot Linux via PXE, but I'm not too well known in this...
BIOS version is 1.30
Any other ideas/suggestions how to start this device?
At a first connect the laptop to the power running and let it at least 48 hours. The CMOS battery is overloaded.
What message, you see at startup? Somehow the HARD drive is not ready for start-up.
The question is what is with the HARD drive. HARD drive recognized in BIOS and listed as boot device?
Maybe is the faulty HARD disk. HARD drive controller is maybe defective?
Do you have news of all this?
I have a Portege A100, which suddenly began to go very slowly. It takes 5 minutes to load completely upward when it was much faster. I tried to reload Windows on it several times, but as soon as you start loading other pieces of software on the speed significantly deteriorates.
I also tried to use software to completely clean the hard drive before Windows on it but this does not solve the problem either.
Any help would be much appreciated.
I had a similar behavior on my old satellite 1900. At the end I checked the HARD drive and there are lots of bad sectors. At the beginning everything was OK, but after the installation of a few different satellite applications was slower and slower.
In the end, I switched HDD and everything was OK again. I recommend you to check the HARD drive to see if there are some bad sectors. If so buy new HARD drive. Repair of sector help much.
Can someone point me in the direction of the Windows 2000 drivers for the CT 3010 Portege USB port? I can only find Win 95 and 98, and they do not seem to work.
Thank you very much
Usually it of not necessary to install the additional USB drivers for W2k or WinXP.
I read on some sites that sometimes, the service pack update will solve driver problems. You should check if you have installed all SP for W2k.
I also found this site:
You should check it out.
Z930 Windows 7 is 3 years old.
I'm having problems connecting to the home network and I do not understand the clues to work towards a solution.
Other laptops can connect to the wired network and wireless, but cant Z930, or down and will not show the home network.
Appear networks nearby.
Z930 can connect to the point of mobile internet access on phones, but that does not provide access to servers and network.
Disable the Firewall Norton 360 and the protection doesn't seem to help.
At a time and only once, I saw the message invalid network address.
Logical, said the material is OK because can connect to the wifi phone.
I don't know where to begin try andworkout why z930 can't seen to connect to the home network.
> I'm having problems connecting to the home network and I do not understand the clues to work towards a solution.
I want to be sure I understood your problem:
You ve set up the wireless network at home (I assume you are using the WLan router, etc.) but you are not able to connect the Portege Z930 to your wireless home network.
Is this correct?
Since you are able to connect this notebook to internet hotspots (public WLan) I guess the wireless network for laptop s and WLan card driver are installed and are working correctly.
Are you able to connect the laptop to the internet using LAN?
In case this also not possible, you must reset your router and should go through the router options unique to ensure that each option has been set correctly.
In addition I recommend you renew the IP address by typing this command using the console (to start the console type CMD in RUN)
In the Console (black DOS window), you must type: + IPCONFIG / RENEW.
This would renew the ip address that is assigned automatically the provided by the router ip address pool.
I have a Portege R500 (it's great!), running Vista with SP1.
However from time to time pwdbank.exe, the banking password part of TrueSuite, starts consuming 50% of CPU.
I downloaded the last update, but it has not solved the problem.
Has anyone seen this problem?
Thanks in advance
Why do you think that it s a problem?
Maybe this application needs of these material resources from time to time
My Portege M200 does not start.
Turn it on and toshiba start screen appears and remains like that. Nothing works (or F2 to enter the BIOS)
To me, it looks like hat it is a certain hardware for computers problem stops at the screen of the Toshiba BIOS...
It's really hard to say what could be the reason
First of all, you must follow the instructions in this article and maybe it helps:
[What steps must be followed if your Toshiba laptop does not start? | http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/ann.jspa?annID=21]
Last year, when I had used my Portege M400 for 2 years, he started the deadlock occasionally. Sometimes [I couldn't even start it | http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjNa8-c2Aro]. With cut and try the method I found the problem. The Spring wire which clasps the CPU radiator, it was with not enough force:
The problem was solvable by Berry to the claws spring begins to apply more force hugging the radiator of CPU:
Apply a new layer of thermal grease has been useful as well:
However, the solution works for only a few weeks. And then (especially if it's hot outside) the story begins again.
Any suggestions how to solve the problem once and for all? Thank you.
It s really great that you are interested in your Portege M400 and you can remove it. It of really not easy and so this cannot be the people with a lot of experience.
Anyway, as you know here our forum user s only. This means that you can speak with normal people like you and me. I would recommend therefore to contact a service provider authorized in your country. Maybe the guys know this problem or something else or you need a thermal grease special because not all compatible thermal greases all cooling.
By the way: on the Toshiba site you can find a list of all service providers.
I hope it helps. :)
My laptop Toshiba Portege Z930-108 has stopped booting with any module of RAM installed in the support.
If I remove RAM module, laptop computer starts and works fine, but if I install any module of RAM (4 GB 1600 original or a new 4 1600 CL9 or 1600 8 CL11) the computer cannot start.
The screen stays black and power led flashing two green and two orange and a few seconds later, 3G indicator also on blue.
This is the only problem I have with this computer, but it's strange.
I updated the BIOS to the latest version and the problem is not resolved.
I tried to reset the hardware (http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB3B03J90000R01.htm), also I tried to reset the equipment with power button 30 seconds without battery but button without success.
Any idea on this problem of strage?
I guess you used bad RAM or not fully compatible modules.
It's the only plausible explanation.
I recommend you to order the RAM modules recommended by Toshiba that are:
4 GB DDR3 - 1600 PA5037U-1M4G
2 GB DDR3 - 1600 PA5037U-1M2G
I'm new to this forum. So I looked through the first forum hoping to get an answer to my problem before posting, but no good result.
Here's my problem. My portege 2000 works before brilliantly. But last night, while I was trying to configure my APM suspend (this is the first attempt to suspend), the problem, the system freezes! Then I tried to restart, can not remember I turn it off by pressing the button for a few seconds or unplug the hand because of the power key is not, in any case I have wait a few seconds after that, then turn on the power again, but the system seems to be dead, the AC power led is under voltage green LED, battery was not in the slot so no sign for her, the small button Fn LED told me this Fn key works well, but the caplock key does not work because its LED is not turn on after pressing, the screen is blank, or should say it is not powered on, the hard drive does not turn.
So I unloaded the system by unplugging it from the main. After a while I swhitch on once again, the laptop is still in the same situation. Therefore, I tried to unload everything, disconnect the hand, open up the laptop, unplug the CMOS battery, wait for a while (15-20 minutes), then put it back on, but no joy.
I did some research on Google at this time and read the knowledge base on the web site of Toshiba, seems the problem come with BIOS, who say that the system does not start if the power is off during suspend mode for the original version of BIOS (later healed). So, I decide to Flash a BIOS to most recent version. I have a pc card floppy drive, so I download the BIOS and create the floppy, then I use the key to update the BIOS to power on the laptop, luckily this time it works, "ready to update bios" screen appear. But when I press the key on the keyboard, it seems that it does not access the pc card floppy drive.
By this incident, I think that the material has no problem, but the system is in standby for ever. Guru of the idea?
Therefore, I have 2 questions:
1. how to make it back to the start mode so that I can start my system? I need this as well according to the Readme of the BIOS update package, it should be in start mode, no interruption/recovery mode.
2. how flashing a new bios in this situation? Do I need a USB floppy drive to do the BIOS to recognize that there is a drive so that I can Flash a new bios in there? Or the system will analyze not for material in this mode 'freezes '?
Sorry about the long story, but I think I must tell him that you guys understand the situation and what I've tried so far.
Additional information on my system, I'm under debian linux etch on this laptop, and everything that happened after I typed the command "apm-s". But it seems to me that it is the problem of BIOS problem OS?
Thanks in advance.
First question: How did you install the operating system if the laptop will not start?
I'm a bit confused Mr. I put t you know what means the boot mode.
If the laptop has been completely stopped down so it s in the boot mode (standby or hibernation mode don t mix).
If you want to update BIOS please make sure the BIOS is good and that you use the right update procedure.
Where did you find the information that the BIOS update will solve this problem?
In any case, for me, it looks more like an electrical problem on the motherboard.
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