Satellite A105 does not start from the CD Rom
Today WinXP fall & I decide to reinstall.
I change in the Bios to boot to the cd-rom first.
But she continue to start the hard drive first. I don't know what to do, because I don't Win & I can't boot from any device except the HARD drive.
Any body can help me? Can be extracted bios battary motherboard...
If you want to boot from the CD Rom, then a bootable Windows CD must be inserted in the first place.
Immediately after starting the laptop, press the F12 key.
This should allow the start on-screen menu then you could choose the ODD (CD/DVD drive) and the laptop should boot from the drive.
Details of the machine: -.
Model number: PSCMLA-03F07Q
Serial number: XE343127P
Computer does not start from hard drive. No error message, just the start Toshiba at the end of self-test screen.
Sometimes a reinstall of the operating system seems to correct the problem, but then he would go again, now the problem is consistent.
I reduced the possibilities to a fault of BIOS, reasons.
System boots from USB with no problems. Installation of operating systems is done without error. SMART hard drive data indicates a perfectly healthy hard drive. Memcheck will return no error.
The obvious solution is to reload the BIOS, just reset it doesn't help. But that is the problem.
1.4 BIOS update that the Australian site offers is a Windows program and the computer cannot start Windows.
Obvious answer is to use a bootable USB key with an operating system 'live' on this issue, but all of these systems are Linux and the update of the BIOS is a Windows program. So much for smart solutions.
Downloaded Bios version 1.7 of the European site but the iso inside the rar file is empty, 25 MB in size but nothing in there according to Linux. Tried to run his program on a Win7 64 bit computer and it returns an error that it could not find the correct iso file.
I submitted a support request by email to Toshiba, but they believe that it could take three days to get a response, so I thought I would ask here as well. Can someone tell me please to a working copy of the latest BIOS update disk for a laptop Satelite C50 - B? Note: this model does not have a CD player so iso should be compatible with USB boot.
See you soon,.
From my experience that I n think that BIOS update is the final solution for you. When you set the default settings of the BIOS disk HARD appears correctly in the BIOS settings?
HARD drive is also offered and listed as boot device when you enter in the start using F12 at startup menu?
What happens when you start using recovery image installation created recovery USB key (I hope that you have created a)?
Offer BIOS updates are versions of WIN and can be performed by running the Windows operating system.
I have a Satellite A30 and sometimes it does not start.
After turning on, not even the BIOS starts.
even if sometimes the BIOS starts, but the OS does not load.
I figured out that its related to USB devices connected at boot time.
If no USB devices are connected, it starts without a problem.
Even if the start-up is suspended, as soon as you unplug start it BIOS USB devices.
Its ok to connect USB devices later, once the system has started.
I disabled "removable devices boot" and "network startup."
just in case, but it makes no difference.
BIOS is version the most recent (1.70) and it comes up with all kinds of USB devices.
printer, mouse and (self-powered) external USB hard disk.
Is this a known issue?
There is no known workaround solution?
I put t know why this happens, but it has to do with the BIOS.
The same thing happened on my old laptop. I couldn't start my unit while the USB printer has been turned on and connected.
The only solution is to disconnect the external USB device during the boot process.
RSY you should check if the order of boot in the BIOS has been on the HARD drive first.
Sometimes when I press the button works / starting the fan of laptop and the laptop does not start.
However when I press once again lights up.
This does not depend on how long you keep holding the power button so that it starts.
Anyone facing this problem.
What exactly do you mean by does not start?
Is this means that the laptop has been closed or has been set to standby or hibernation mode?
Are you able to see the Toshiba start screen when you switch on the device?
If fans hang on this means that the laptop has been put under tension, and then you the OS should start to initialize.
PS: usually it s no matter how long the power button could be pressed. Briefly press (1 sec) should turn on the laptop.
But if you do not want to power OFF using the Notepad works / stop, then you will need to tap more long time 4 sec long but it is not recommended that this reset should be made only if the OS hang
I have a problem with the part without a head.
When I try to launch the app to Eclips, the app will be charged for phone and rotate the UI and parts without a head.
Now if I restart the phone, headless part does not start even when I open the UI part,
The headless part is to call the block function.
Any idea will be very appreciated!
Your HL will start automatically in these two scenarios:
(1) the application is installed on the device (there is no front)
(2) the phone is restarted-> which is the magical part where your file bar - descriptor.xml is to record your target without head to call when the OS up bb.action.system.STARTED action.
If you want your HL to be launched at the start of the user interface, you must manually call.
Look here for an example of coding:
"I push the button - briefly see the In Touch with tomorrow TOSHIBA screen - then ' + a disk read error occurred press Ctrl Alt Del to restart +".
I control alt delete brings me briefly on the screen TOSHIBA where I can choose either F2 or F12.
Do I need a startup disk and where can I get one in order to boot from the CD ROM?
Do I try to get into the Satellite M40 product Recovery DVD-ROM - this concern for me as the hard drive will be reformatted and all data will be lost.
I'm stuck please help!
If you enter the product recovery disc, Windows will be relocated and will be erasing all data on the HARD drive.
I think that your HARD drive is damaged. You can check this with the Drive Fitness Test. Here you can download:
Download the CD image, burn it to a CD and boot from it. Then you can test the HARD drive.
On the same site is a user's guide if you want to know more.
By the way: you can save the data on the HARD drive, when you put it in a box external HARD disk. Then you can save the data on another PC, if the HARD drive is ok and have no errors.
Organizing element refuses to boot from the first item welcome screen 12. I had the same problem with PSE12, which was solved by systematically starting from the taskbar. I failed to get the screen of welcome to PSE12. Ss12 and PSE12 parpadean normally also. I could produce a film without difficulty. Pluggable 8.1 Windows on an ACER Aspire 8920 32-bit with 4 GB of memory. Although having as bought PSE12 and ss12 together I only install ss12. Plug-in these Adobe products for several years.
My catalogs are all in C:\Users\All Users\Adobe\Elements Organizer\Catalogs.
A few considerations...
1. How did you get your 12 elements Photoshop and first screens welcome of the 12 elements that set up
First elements welcome screen
2. If you open first elements 12 to the Expert workspace and click the Organizer tab at the bottom of the workspace Expert, can you open the workspace elements Organizer 12 from there? If you add multimedia/Organizer items, it works?
3 have you tried to delete the elements Organizer 12 parameters to remedy any malfunction of the elements Organizer?
Local disk C
and in the record of the Organizer is the file psa.prf that you remove or disable. Folder Option show hidden files, folders and disks should be used to see the full path.
Please review and then let us know of your progress.
I have a mini click L9W - B.
* What I'm trying to boot from a bootable USB key.
I tried different sizes (1 GB to 32 GB), different manufacturers (without name and brand) different systems (for example. Linux distributions, rescue, antivirus, Acronis Rescue sticks), EFI sticks and non - EFI.
All USB keys to start correctly on my computer desktop and even with my other laptop.
* The Mini Windows 8.1 updated, the current version 1.70, in the BIOS BIOS are Secure Boot and TPM
, which I've also tried a variety of combinations. The stick will be recognized in the start menu, the name of the USB device is displayed.
I click on "USB", the Mini restarts, the reader is addressed (the LED flashes at the stick) is launched but not USB, but even once the HDD / SSD.
If Windows starts, the key works fine. It matters little that, two USB ports, I use, or if the docking station is connected or not.
If I restart Windows - settings - settings of PC - update / restore - restore - Enhanced start - use a device - try EFI USB Device, which is exactly the same thing happened.
who can help?
I hope that there are German support. -Hopefully, there are German-language support.
If this isn't the case, please contact me.
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I don't know what is the problem here, but it turns out that it is certainly possible to boot from the memory stick bootable USB flash.
Many users have been abele to boot from the memory stick USB external flash, but it is necessary to disable the secure in the BIOS boot option.
Also if you want to install an unsupported UEFI system, the boot mode must be changed of UEFI in the CSM.
by the way: it's English language community
I recently (yesterday) downloaded the latest version of bios update dated dated 25/02/10 2: 20 - WIN, after download and does run the software from the laptop immediately stopped working and stop. I am now no longer able to boot up the laptop at all, all I get is the power light on and the hard disk light flashes, I hear the spinning CD/DVD drive, but what is not screen anything, I don't think this is the start.
Is there a way to fix this without taking it to a store/engineer, BIOS recovery?
The laptop is a Satellite L350, I opened the laptop to try to reset the CMOS by removing the card mother battery (not sure if it would have helped), but as much as I know it doesn't have an or I'm not.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hmm... If the BIOS update failed, you can't do anything because only an authorized service provider has professional diagnostic and recovery tools to redo an update.
So in my opinion, you must contact a service provider authorized in your country. Get in touch with the guy and ask for help. They will tell you what to do now.
Here is their list:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com > support & downloads > find an ASP.
Good luck! :)
I have an old pc under win xp. It does not drive start hard when it starts. I always have a cd/dvd in master dvd for it to start windows players. Can anyone help?
herikhiHi herikhi,Change the start of the base system (Input Output) BIOS setting to boot from the hard drive.Consult the manual of the manufacturer, to do the same thing.
NOTE: BIOS change / semiconductor (CMOS) to complementary metal oxide settings can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from configuration can resolved BIOS/CMOS settings. Changes to settings are at your own risk.
I recently installed a crucial for memory
my laptop, which is a Toshiba Satellite A30. However, when I try and
restart the laptop, he tries to restart the fan turns on then turns off with a beep sound and this is not
even to get to the Toshiba start screen.
The memory I installed is 1 GB, 200-pin SO-DIMM, 128 X 64, DDR 333, CL2.5, part number CT12864X335.
"Memory module PC2700 DDR 1 GB, 200-pin SODIMMCT12864X335
* Size of the module: * 1 GB
* Package: * 200-pin SODIMM
* Function: * DDR PC2700
' * Features: * DDR PC2700 • CL = 2.5 • unbuffered • NON-ECC DDR333 2.5V • • • 128Meg x 64 •.
took out and put back the old memory and the laptop boots
normally and is OK, I even tried to put the memory in different
slot machines, but it still has the same problem.
This suggests that memory is faulty, as bought crucial memory must be compatible with my laptop?
Thanks for your time,
You have this problem if you use modules or only the new module?
If you only use the new module, the case is clear. The new module is defective or is not compatible with the laptop.
I think you should get back on the computer dealer and request a new. Maybe you can get a Kingston module because I have only good experience with this production.
If you use both modules, they are not compatible. You should only use the modules with the same specifications.
My basic problem is the following - I have a Portege r500 with Vista on it. I'm moving from Vista to XP Pro, but when I put a bootable XP installation CD in the drive, it turns, looking around for awhile and then I get a blank screen with a cursor blinking on it.
Now, I've done this before, so I know that something is supposed to happen, but nothing don't. And I tried 3 well-known installation CD, is not a problem of CD. Do I need some update BIOS/firmware to boot from the CD on this thing? Or am I missing something?
Often the Portege R500 should be able to boot from the CD/DVD drive and should begin the procedure of installation of the CD Win XP SP2 installation.
But it is a tricky thing.
The Portege R500 needs an Intel (r) Matrix Storage Manager (iMSM). This iMSM is necessary to recognize the HARD drive and install Win Xp on the HARD drive.
I recommend you and create a new CD of Win XP starting with software called nLite to integrate the SP2 of Microsoft and Intel Matrix Storage Manager (iMSM) in Win XP.
You can then use this CD for installation.
I downloaded the update to the bios toshiba A100 PSAA8 on the toshiba site and applied using the procedure of updating the bios from windows XP MSE. Restart after the start of the update stopped at the toshiba start screen.
At startup the screen by pressing ESC watch text mode. The message indicated it confirms the update of the bios version. POST messages are:
Genuine Intel CPU
No TPM or TPM has problem
1015 M system RAM passed
to enter in SETUP
Pressing F2 just clears the last message in line and then no change is found.
The laptop comes with windows XP media center edition. I don't know why the TPM secure is enabled. It is possible that toshiba is available with the module of TPM enabled in bios updates that logbook. If this is the case, they must clearly identified as 'not applicable' upgrade for machines that are not relevant.
I found similar messages around the forum without convincing answer.
Is it possible to fix this without sending? Even if it turns out to be affordable, it make much sense to pay for the problems caused by toshiba.
Please don t blame someone for you mistakes ;)
As far as I know that only a few sets of laptops come with TPM.
If you want to do an update of the BIOS on the models at TPM, you will need to contact the ASP!
Looks like you used a bad BIOS or bad BIOS update procedure.
The Toshiba page a BISO update the documentation that describes how to upgrade the BIOS on each series laptop!
You will find on the page of the Toshiba driver compatible BIOS and information over a large number of details!
> Is it possible to fix this without sending
Don t think so, and therefore, you will need to contact the Asp help!
If I right click on a .avi file, I can choose Media Center and it works fine, but if I choose the icon Media Center, Media Center does not open. It's as if the shortcut has no where to go. The multimedia center in the Start Menu icon is a white icon (no picture). I can choose to start Media Center when Windows starts and it works fine. The shortcuts will perhaps in the wrong place...
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Dual Boot OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 and Windows 8 Pro
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This problem with Win7 Media Center which happened BEFORE I installed the Dual Boot.right click on the menu icon, then the shortcut, and then in properties, paste into%windir%\ehome\ehshell.exeBarbMVP - Windows/entertainment and connected homePlease mark as answer if that answers your question
I recently updated my RAM just to speed things up a bit as RAM is so cheap these days.
I have a MEAC M200 T2130 Vista with 1 GB sticks (2 * 512).
The new sticks are 2 * 2 GB Dane - elec DDR2 pc2-5300, when I put the two and restarted the hard drive light came briefly and then it is just options BIOS of Idol, no POST.
I tried to use a single stick of 512 MB with two new sticks and they both work in a 2.5 GB configuration just not together that also this only works when the stick of 512 is in internal housing and not vice versa.
So if someone has had a similar prob or can give me some advice that would be great, I'm not sure if the motherboard can support 4 GB?
Thank you, Dave.
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First the RAM installed may be not compatible or could be faulty or the computer laptop doesn't support 4 GB of RAM.
I put t know what M200 do you have exactly, but you can check the installed chipset and could check on the Intel page if this chipset would support 4 GB of RAM.
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