Satellite L300-1AS - error PXE - boot error - will not boot from USB
Startup error - error PXE-L300 1AS - will not boot from USB
I recently bought a new HD to replace the original that my laptop takes an hour to load.
I put the new drive hard at in the BIOS setting, I chose to boot from USB... USB is recognized as it appears on the screen of the BIOS. I disabled the LAN option as it gives me PXE error... I think that the USB files are not read. as I handed the old HD and attached to boot from USB but it just goes to the start screen.
I thought that perhaps I bought the wrong HD, but a new appeared on the BIOS setting... I'm a bit confused and would appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction...
Any help or advice will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
New HARD drive has nothing to do with it. Problem must be your USB key.
In your ad you didn t wrote what is on it, and we don t know if USB can operate as boot device or not.
I put t know what OS you want to install right now but original recovery DVDs or use Microsoft installation disc and install Win7 32 bit. I ve installed on friends L300 and it works perfectly.
I bought a new Toshiba Satellite NB10T-A-101 and want to improve performance by changing the HDD with a SSD and install windows Pro 8.1.
However, I am unable to boot from USB, it always mention:
+ Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key. +
I already disabled secure, used 5 + usb startup different sticks (work fine on other laptops).
Can you please tell me what the approach is to change the HARD drive and then boot from a USB bootable (UEFI).
Laptop Satellite NB10T-A-101 was equipped with an Intel CPU 2810 n which is part of the new Intel Bay Trail-M platform.
This new technology Intel Bay Trail allows installation of UEFI capable systems:
Win 8 or 8.1 Win
Just a few questions:
Have you already changed the HARD drive to SSD drive?
If so, the new SSD is recognized in the BIOS?
Have you tried to boot from the USB flash memory stick 8.1 Win until you changed your SSD drive?
I have a Toshiba Satellite M40-185
I could not a off of usb because the two Mafany usb boot option
Options for the device
1. HARD DRIVE
How to boot from usb?
I think that you have answered the question yourself because you've posted all the startup options that are available and there is no option to boot USB on this laptop.
All you can do is to install the latest BIOS, but as far as I know Satellite M40 can t boot from USB!
I am trying to create disk recovery for Sat L300-1AS,
I tried a number of different DVD discs of high quality on DVD - R / DVD + R, but each time when the system checks the data, I get an error message 02016F - 3 c 00000000
What am I doing wrong please help as frustration is really starting to kick now
Die get the error not fully compatible DVD disc.
I created a recovery disk using the TDK DVD-R disc. Some people, he suggested too.
I think that worth a try!
Welcome and good luck
I have a Satellite T230-12v and I decided to change the hard drive for a faster SSD.
The problem is that I can't just boot from a USB pen to install windows 7.
The pen works fine.
The SSD is properly found in BIOS.
The pen is in the boot options.
Seems that the BIOS is always keep me to start appropriate.
I have succecefully started a prompt back from the pen of USB, but not the Original Windows 7 I have here.
I can't boot from dvd because the laptop is not a.
Can someone point me in the right direction?
The original HARD drive is not an option, I don't have it anymore.
When you start your Satellite F12 press to enter the boot menu.
USB option is listed here? Have you tried this option?
Well well, (new laptop) initially, it worked with my BT hub at home... then decided to not stop working - receives no signal or response from the router - even though other laptops in the House can connect without any problems
and now the Wireless does not work - IE. I can see the wireless connection but cannot connect.
I don't know that the wireless is not cut (until someone suggests)
I looked for more up-to-date drivers, but nothing seems to work.
First of all, you should check if your wireless network card is correctly recognized.
I mean to check in the Device Manager!
Your wireless network card must be the Realtek 802.11 g (RTL8187B)
Download and install the latest driver WLan in the Realtek page.
Then update the BIOS.
Finally, reconfigure all WLan settings.
In the Device Manager-> properties-> Advanced tab card WLan disable energy saving settings and check the other parameters that may affect the connectivity.
My new toshiba Satellite C50-A634 won't boot from usb or dvd,.
I downloaded victory 8.1 and burn the image to a dvd but I always get an error message "no boot... device please restart."
Can you please help?
Startup mode of the change in the BIOS settings and you should be able to use the optical drive as first boot device - http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB2C03F80002R01.htm
I managed to lose my floppies to start for my Satellite L300-1AS, someone at - it an idea where I can buy a new one?
I assume you mean the Toshiba Recovery disk... Right?
If yes you can order a new Toshiba directly by clicking here:
+ * I have a problem starting of my Satellite L300-1AS. I've used it since December 25, 2008 (got a Christmas gift - and it's already does not work) * +.
+ * Whenever I start up my system (with windows vista) it shows me the text below: * +.
Windows has encountered a problem communicating with a device connected to your computer.
The error can be caused by unplugging a removable storage device, such as a USB external drive when the appliance is used, or by faulty hardware such as a hard drive or the CD-ROM drive which is a failure. Make sure that all removable storage is properly connected, and then restart your computer.
Info: An unexpected i/o error has occurred.* +.
+ * There is no device connected to this computer laptop whatsoever.* +.
+ * I tried to start a Toshiba laptop recovery software and also to update my BIOS from usb; CD; and then finally through an Ethernet LAN cable fix on my other computer - but the laptop just keeps showing the same message and does not react to the cd CD-ROM or USB enclosure in USB key... * +.
+ * Could someone please advise me what can be done, if necessary, to solve this problem? * +
You can start in safe mode?
I tried a bit with Google and I founded out that the problem could be due to perhaps the HARD drive. In your case I would test with Drive Fitness Test:
With the Drive Fitness Test, you can test your HARD drive. 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.
I have a Satellite L300-1AS, running Vista. The computer began recently to show it is "connected, charge", but does not actually charge. Start the computer normally to aid decision-making of current, however if disconnected from the electrical network and the laptop died (no charge in the battery).
I thought that he could have the power adapter, but I also have an older toshiba which has the same exact power adapter, I tried it and it works on both machines (and two adapters to charge the old laptop)
Then I thought that maybe it's the battery and bought a new battery (the computer is under warranty, but I needed it fast). The new battery will not charge, but shows 6% charge.
Then, I thought it might be corruption under Vista, so have returned the computer to its factory settings, by reinstalling the software. It has not yet solved the problem.
I also tried a few other ideas I found in Google.
I feel that this problem is perhaps something to do with THE system BIOS, I have tried to re - install, but it won't let me, and I can't find a way to return to a previous version.
Anyone know where I can find an older version of BIOS for my machine and how to change it to an earlier version? It is currently the latest version V1.90 from the Toshiba site.
This really strange boyfriend s but to me it sounds like a hardware problem... I think it might be the motherboard issue. Maybe the card mother doesn t charge the battery properly.
In my opinion the best way would be if a cell phone technician would check your laptop. They can test the motherboard and all other parts.
I doubt that s a BIOS because you problem n t have the problem for the first time.
On the Toshiba site, you can search the nearest ASP:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com-online decision-making supported downloads & => find an authorized service provider
Good luck! :)
I have a 16 month old Satellite L300-1AS, my question is simple, I hope.
HOW TO REPLACE A DEFECTIVE TOUCHPAD/LEFT MOUSE BUTTON
To do this the laptop everything must be dismantled.
It is very difficult and not recommended for common users other parts that can be damaged while removing the process.
In addition, you will need to the right spare parts.
These parts can be ordered from ASP in your country.
But if I would you so I ask for the help guys
I have a laptop - Toshiba Satellite L300-1AS with Windows Vista installed.
Lately, I have troubel with some fair programs now, I tried to reinstall 'Java' and I got the message "there is a problem with the Windows Installer Package. "A program run as part of the Setup did not finish as expected please contact your support staff" "Skype is no longer work or the rte player.
I was told that I should put my computer back to a date before I started to have problems, but I don't know how to do it.
I would therefore be grateful for any help
> I was told that I should put my computer back to a date before I started to have problems, but I don't know how to do it.
In the middle of printing of the check print cartridge light error came. The cartridges are faily new and there has been no discoloration. I tried to remove and reinsert the cartridges, disconnect the printer from the computer, disconnect the printer, press Cancel. Error will not clear
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I have a Satellite L30 11(d) bought Sept 07.
I'm interested in trying to boot from USB, at the present time, my bios does not.
I am looking to update my bios. There is a updated bios updated for me to download (3.10WIN).
I have 3 questions:
(1) 3.10WIN allows to boot from USB?
(2) is 3.10WIN related to the use of MS Vista? (Looking at this article , it seems that the new phoenix / toshiba bios only allows panoramas...?)
(3) how to settle?
(with ubuntu 7.10 works well... aside from the sound)
As to the question;
(1) No, it is not possible to boot from a memory stick USB HDD or USM
(2) each BIOS for each series of Toshiba notebook is different! Please don t no matter what other laptop computer BIOS or fixed PCs. Satellite L30 - 10 d belongs to the series of the 3,10 and PSL33E BIOS is OS independent. If your laptop comes with XP then the BIOS supports XP completely. Of course, you can try to install Vista but it is possible that some features of the laptop as FN keys will be does not work
(3) the BIOS should always be done in the Windows operating system. As you can see on the page of the Toshiba driver the BIOS version is called 3.10Win - version
I downloaded the latest bios (v6) for my satellite a100 (psaa8e) and after the update of the old bios, I noticed that I can not boot from USB. Is there a way to restore the old bios or will this problem solved?
See you soon
And before you can update the BIOS you were able to start the bootable CD from the external optical drive USB drive facilities?
To be honest I really don't believe it. Try to connect USB FDD and you will see that the FDD is recognized and you will be able to use it as first boot device.
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