Portege Z830 - where can I get the new HARD drive
I have problem with my toshiba portege z830 ultrabook.
My HARD drive died, and I don't know where I can get the new HARD drive.
I've got guaranteed but I am forgotten registered my cell phone before when I went for repairs not authorized, because my first problem was with the motherboard.
This motherboard has been replaced for new ones.
If my warranty is maybe cancelled.
Well, that's my problem to another.
What should I do?
Please help me. I am available to do anything.
I think that you should first check if your warranty is still valid.
This can be checked on Toshiba Unitdetails page:
Where the warranty is valid, get in touch with maintainer authorized Toshiba in your country for replacement.
But as far as I know the Portege Z830 was equipped with an mSATA SSD drive.
This means that the laptop doesn't support HDD 2.5 common but requires special mSATA SSD drive module.
In case your warranty is not valid, you will pay for a new mSATA module.
Replacement should do a service provider authorized Toshiba as well because this replacement is a little tricky on this model of laptop.
model 6310y - Windows 7 Home premium 64-bit
My desktop PC has stopped working. I took it to the local computer store and they said it was the HD. I bought the new hard drive and tried to install the retail of Windows 7 home premium 64-bit OS. I got an error Code 0 x 80070002.
I called HP support... told me that I needed their brand of recovery disks because the motherboard or BIOS would not allow me to install Windows 7 on new replacement HD disks without having their (HP). So I ordered their... $17
I bought another new HD and tried to install Windows 7 OS with HP recovery disks. This time got the 0xe0ef000e error Code.
I have to mention every time trying to install OS on new replacement HD... He got about 8 to 12 minute installation before receiving error messages.
I called HP support... this time said that the retail version of Windows 7 OS must have worked and that I didn't need the HP recovery discs brand new replacement HD installation. They offered me to pay $199 and send my office to fix inclusive it... all.
Very confused. I never had something like this before... I had several hard drives die over the years and have replaced the myself and installed all of the software including myself OS without any problem like this.
Memory retrieves okay when using the diagnostic f9 key... She showed problems with HD during one of my many attempts of diagnostics
Not sure if it's a bad mother or the video card integrated... do not know how to find either... since I can not the PC market
It will start at Blue HP screen & most of the time allow me to enter in the screens f9, f10 or ESC.
Don't know if its worth paying $200 to fix this or go and buy a new one for about the same price.
any suggestion or help is appreciated
I had to send it back to HP. It is a bad motherboard. They dropped the price a bit to replace the motherboard. I don't remember how much they charged me. I'm guessing around $200 - $300
have an HP pavilion ze4805us laptop which had a total hard drive failure... recovery disks were lost in a fire... replaced the hard drive with a Western Digital 250 GB drive... computer recognizes the drive, but with only 137 GB... impossible to obtain the Windows Millennium disk to install... I have it get the PXE - E61 error code... have looked for answers and tried a few suggestions to fix the error code, but no luck so far... would like to throw this laptop and runs again, it was so nice all in operation. Can someone help me with this? Thanks to all in advance... rrcar6
At the level of the BIOS, HARD drive should show the full capacity regardless of the distribution, but it will be limited based on what the current logical block installed the BIOS supports. For example, the 250 GB HDD Needs LBA 48 bit to be recognized by the BIOS in its entirety. Western Digital only provides downloads of software and support going back to Windows XP. Windows Millennium Edition is not able to recognize the full capacity of the drive. Finding drivers compatible with Windows ME is perhaps another challenge that XP uses a different architecture than Windows ME done.
It seems that this laptop is the same time that the books mentioned in this thread. Response from JackShack gives the best explanation as to why he shows quite different in the BIOS. It has been many years, but I do not remember that the capacity of the HARD disk had exceeded what the BIOS at the time supported resulting in the 137 GB limit displayed in the BIOS. This section of Western Digital shows that this problem is related to the operating system or BIOS supporting however, this should not prevent Windows to install correctly.
I'm sure it's already done, as it was not a new BIOS since 2004, but guarantee the newest BIOS is installed. Logical block address 48 bits, necessary for the larger disks (larger for the time) was released in 2003. The 2004 related BIOS earlier than probably took supported LBA. What is the current version of BIOS?
What is the exact message that you get when you try to install Windows Millennium Edition?
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Where can I get the new BIOS - 1.60 for * PSLD0E Satellite Pro L350-154-02601WS4 *? Thank you
Are you sure that you have a Satellite Pro L350 PSLD0E?
The series PSLD0E is a Satellite L350 (not Pro).
But the BIOS update, you can find the Toshiba site.
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If you use a Xbox 360 Live Vision Webcam, then after connecting the webcam to the laptop, you can try to run the Windows updates and look for the optional updates for the installation of the drivers/software for the webcam.
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Under display/properties, the type of adapter shows VGA adapter and the max resolution I can get is 800 x 600, which do not use the max screen size. What is the graphics card in the Portege 7200 and where can I get the display drivers for Windows 2000?
Go to the support home page > download > in the drop down menus select laptop and your model > display driver
Okay, so my 60 GB HDD current is on its way and I'm looking for a new.
I am interested in either a 40 GB or 60 GB, must not be Toshiba brand and preferably with 5400 RPM (but I can settle for 4200 RPM). What type of interface do I need?
Price range: £30 - £45
Is anyone able to help me?
Thanks in advance,
Edit: Just found this Nice - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/110847/product_info/rb/0 - price, capacity and speed, but will it work with my Tecra?
Post edited by: lewislite
The size of the HARD drive is ok. BIOS of laptop computers should be able to handle the 40 and 60 GB HDD.
The laptop supports an Enhanced IDE (ATA-5) interface.
It seems that the mentioned HARD drive must be compatible
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Hello, world from Toshiba!
I finally decided to spend my current RAM (2 x 512) memory in better and more useful work 2 x 1024. I'm willing to spend the right amount of money for the best solution and I really wanted to get the upgrade memory on the official website of Toshiba, but for some reason any he does not list my model (L30-10 X) in the list of laptops, in fact I can't find at all.
Could someone please direct me to a site that sells official Toshiba products, or if you please inform me of a potential market of memory RAM (for example, Kingston, Corsair, PNY) which will work in my laptop?
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I think that your model is not on the site of Toshiba, because it s an old but why you don't find your model on the Toshiba site, if you want to increase the RAM? Official website of Toshiba, you can order new RAM modules.
I tried a bit with Google and I founded the part number for 1 GB RAM DDR2 400/533; It s PA3411U-1M1G.
If you're looking for with Google too you should find a few online shops where you can buy it. Alternative contact you service provider allowed. They also sell new RAM for your laptop.
And in my view you can also use RAM from Kingston for example. I have good experiences with Kingston.
As far as I know Toshiba doesn't produce its own RAM. It s RAM other manufacturers like Kingston, but only with another label.
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I bought a new Toshiba 40 GB hard drive for my Satellite Pro 6100.
I installed it in the Bay, but it is not recognized in the BIOS, or when I try to reinstall using the recovery disk!
Bios recognize that there are in the car, even if it is not formatted?
I'm missing something?
Thanks in advance
It should work!
The reader should also be recognized that even he is not formatted...
3 things you can do:
At the start you can go in bootmenu and check if the drive is recognized on the 1st controller.
If this is not the case, check the configuration of the drive (master, slave, CSEL).
If this is not enough to check the toshiba support website and download the latest version of the bios (probably you already have, check as mentioned above)
If this does not work your new drive (or worse: your controller) could be faulty. If the reader of the Moose still work on your laptop, check the 40 GB drive to another laptop or PC with adapter ATA connection normal.
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I spilled water - heck! -a couple of days ago on my Tecra A3 and I think it is beyond fixing, but please correct me if I'm wrong.
I was not clean it regularly and I think there's probably some dust - and other foreign bodies - under the keys and I think that dust got, through the water, in the electronics connecting the keys to the white fabric - I don't know what you call it - the keyboard connecting links for the rest of the machine.
Most of the keys does not work, and some of them, they work, whey in free, add additional letters for a tap.
I removed the keyboard and left it and the machine to dry and when has not toured and dried the keyboard and surrounding parts thorougly - working delicately - cleaned using a little bit of alcohol and ear hydrophilic cotton cleaners. I also used a small air pressure producing machine to try to get rid of any dust. I think I did a job just, but it still does not.
I think I have to buy a new keyboard. Do you know where can I get a new keyboard A3 in England or a second hand keyboard that would be in perfect working order?
Thanking you in advance,
New parts can be ordered from the ASP from Toshiba (certified partner) in your country. Guys could control the room is not available directly from Toshiba.
If you want to buy a second hand keyboard, I recommend you research in the internet, ebay, etc.
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