Satellite A60: Problem of memory after update Bios V.1.9

Hi all

I've just updated my bios to version 1.9 last week. Previously, I've upgraded my RAM from 512 MB to 1.5 GB (P4 2.8 GHz., 40 GB HARD drive) and my phone worked perfectly with the old Bios and RAM. After the Bios Update to the new version, 1.9, my laptop does not accept the module of RAM upgrade, windows xp still shows the blue screen, and then restart.

After upgrading RAM off, my laptop works again. I tried several ways to solve this problem as take the battery, then reinsert the RAM or even formatted my HARD drive and installed a new Windows XP, but it didn't work. So what can I do to make my laptop to accept the upgrade of RAM? How to solve this problem? For this reason I now intend to buy a new laptop, if the problem can not be solved since I simulate a program on this laptop, so it requires a lot of memory.

Thank you very much in advance for your answer.

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I put t really know what is the problem with the new update of the BIOS. In my opinion, you should contact the after-sales Service of Toshiba partner in your country and explain to them the situation. If your new module memory is compatible with the unit you should tell you want to have the old version of the BIOS. As much I know as technicians for this.

If they see that there is a problem with the BIOS update, I'm sure they will for free.

Good luck!

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