Satellite L50-A-105: 64 bit or 128 bit bus memory GT740M
I have a question for users or people who play with this equipment.
I can't find information below:
GeForce gt 740 m in this particular model has a 64-bit or 128-bit memory bus?
AFAIK the GeForce GT740M carries the code name NVIDIA N14P-GV2 support 2 GB of video memory.
There are two different architectures of the GPU:
The GeForce GT740M * 64-bit * architecture calling "Kepler GK208' 980 Mhz reached base speed.
The GeForce GT740M * 128 bit * architecture calling "Kepler GK107' speed reached base 810 Mhz
If install you hardware diagnostic such as Sandra Sisoft or Everest Home Edition Tools, you need to get more details about construction hardware.
as I can't find anything on my model - Satellite-L50-B-1XF (PSKTUE-04C00WGR), I'll try it here...
I bought two of these (one for me, one for my wife) with installed Win8.1.
Well well... no need to say that it is one of the worst OS I have ever seen and since Tru64 Unix and VMS, I've seen a lot.
Anyway. I went down to Win7 Professional SP1 64-bit - full re-installed all updates installed, etc.
Now, I have the problem that I can't find anything on the camera.
Is there any support here page where I can download the appropriate drivers for Win764Bit specially for this model?
Help here is appreciated!
The situation is quite simple and clear, then I really wonder that you were not able to find drivers, tools and utilities for your laptop model.
For European laptops, you can download all the stuff on http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp
It is European support page to download the drivers. I found your model and your laptop model is fully supported for Win7 64 bit so you can find all the drivers, tools and utilities there.
Please check and if there is a problem with the installation let us know
I plug just this Toshiba and expected a lot more of the dedicated graphics card.
Landmarks were weak and GPU - Z indicates the card using a 32-bit bus while, for example gpu dedicated 5 years of my laptop cheap used a 64 bit one.
GPU - Z is actually showing the integrated HD 4600 as having 4 times the bandwidth as the dedicated M260 R7.
All the drivers are up to date according to the directives of the Toshiba utility.
All references to the line card say that it works with a 128-bit bus or bus 64-bit for less expensive versions:
GPU - Z screenshots:
The AMD specification page provides this info:
_AMD RADEON M260_ R7
INTERFACE MEMORY - available in 64-bit and 128-bit memory interfaces DDR3 (1 ratings)
1 AMD Radeon R7 M200 series GPUS are based on the Architecture of GCN. Not all of the technologies associated with the GCN Architecture (PCI Express® 3.0, technology AMD ZeroCore Power, the technology AMD PowerTune etc.) are supported throughout the system configurations to verify with the manufacturer of your system for specific model capabilities.
The AMD provides a PCI Express 3.0 technology.
On your screenshot, I see that PCI-E (xpress) 2.0
I guess interface memory 32-bit is related to the fact that the GPU is connected to the PCI E 2.0
But that's just a guess.
I'm having some problems, I think, with my R7 M260 dedicated graphic card.
Each Web site mentions the card using a 128-bit bus and a bus to 64-bit on slower models:
Meanwhile, landmarks on the laptop were terrible at best and GPU - Z recognizes the card as using a 32-bit bus (!) and a PCI-E X 4 interface...
I mean, even my old desktop of 9 graphics card uses a 64-bit bus... And my laptop Acer prices 5 years use a 64-bit bus ati card...
GPU - Z recognizes even the 4400 HD which is also on this laptop as having a bandwidth 4 TIMES as big as the dedicated r7.
Something seems wrong here...
Please give me a hand...
I use the latest toshiba drivers and it works on performance mode maximum energy...
Here are some useful links:
GPU - Z screenshots:
Each Web site mentions the card using a 128-bit bus and a bus to 64-bit on slower models
Yes, I think you're right. I also found information that this graphics card has 2 variants:
+ 64 - bit and 128 - bit + DDR3 DDR3
Radeon R7 M260 offers 384 Shader Processing Units, 24 UMT and 8 ROPs, on a 64 bit DDR3. Then the plant works to 940 MHz and goes up to 980 MHz in Turbo Mode, memory clock operates at 1000 MHz.
Not very well if it could be a driver related issue but you could try to install other driver i.e ATI omega drivers and could check the performance of the GPU.
But as far as I know laptop manufacturer recommends always using own drivers... especially the graphics card drivers... This is why the use of non-Toshiba drivers are your risk and peril...
I own Satellite L50-A-19N, seen the question I sometimes hear a clap louder or the series of several shots of the laptop.
Probably, it comes out hard drive.
If I find SMART for internal HD() is no problematic interest, record Cdystaldiskinfo status is evaluated as being healthy.
However the occasional claps don't look too normal for me, never heard these and with such a volume of my previous computers.
Is this potential precursors disc collapse?
The laptop is not too old, about eight months only.
Model: HGST HTS541075A9E680
Disc size: 750,1 GB (8.4/137.4/750.1/750.1)
Buffer size: 8192 KB
The queue depth: 32
number of sectors: 1465149168
Rotation speed: 5400 RPM
Interface: Serial ATA
Major Version: ATA8-ACS
Minor version: ATA8-ACS version 6
Transfer mode: SATA/300. SATA/300
Working hours: 5251 hours
Turn on the County: County 242
Temperature: 41 C (105 F)
Features: S.M.A.R.T., APM, 48-bit LBA, NCQ
Level of the APM: 4080 h [ON]
Name of the attribute ID Wor Thr RawValues heart (6)
Read error rate 01 100 100 _62 000000000000
Flow performance 02 100 100 _40 000000000000
_33 03 187 187 000E00000001 Spin-Up Time
Number of start/Stop 04 100 100 __0 000000000102
___5 05 100 100 000000000000 reattribue number of sectors
07 100 100 _67 000000000000 seek error rate
_40 08 100 100 000000000000 get punctuality
09 _89 _89 __0 000000001483 market hours
0 a 100 100 _60 000000000000 Spin Retry Count
0c 100 100 __0 0000000000F2 Power Cycle Count
BF 100 100 __0 000000000000 G-sense Error Rate
C0 100 100 __0 000000000024 Power-off retract count
C1 _91 _91 __0 0000000177AD Load/Unload Cycle Count
C2 146 146 __0 0031000E0029 temperature
Number of events C4 100 100 __0 000000000000 reallocation
C5 100 100 __0 000000000000 current pending sector count
C6 100 100 __0 000000000000 incorrigible sector count
200 200 __0 000000000000 C7 Ultra DMA CRC Error Count
Number of attempts at loading/unloading DF 100 100 __0 000000000000
I guess that this noise is coming from the HARD drive.
I had a HARD drive (as far as I can remember it was at Hitachi) in the past who created similar clicking sound.
But the HARD drive worked properly.
However, I created a backup of my important files in case the HARD drive would be crashed.
I bought just new Satellite L50 - B - 1 DM, model number PSKTCE and installed on Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit. He came without OS installed and without driver installation disk.
Problem is that Wlan card does not appear in Device Manager.
For my Toshiba support model are 37 drivers and programs. I have already installed: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit, all updates to Windows that appeared, SP 1, driver LAN, Toshiba Value added Package. And I tried to install all wlan drivers 4 in the list of "tool utility Intel ' also.
Does not always display any connection without wireless WLAN card. Pressing Fn + F12 does not change. In "Network connections" is the only connection - LAN. No WLAN, no bluetooth.
I have "Other devices" in Device Manager with yellow marks on: network controller; PCI device; PCI Simple Communication controller; SM Bus controller. USB controller; Unknown device (with Microsoft ACPI - compliant system location) and video controller.
Any help would be welcome. Thanks in advance
If it's not bad - just saw that my BIOS is version 1.70
Summary: I have a new Toshiba laptop, pre-installed with 10 Home X 64 Windows and want to update, as simply and not destructive as possible to 10 Pro Windows.
I bought my Toshiba Satellite L50 - C - 22 L last month and, overall, I'm very happy with it. He moved in with MS Windows 10 (X 64) running on 8 GB of RAM and works well. I have a couple of other machines running Windows 10 Pro and missed some additional features, so I bought a Pro product key. I had assumed that I would go to the settings screen, choose the 'Activation' option and then click the button change the product key. My new key would be accepted and the system should perform an upgrade in-place to Windows Pro 10.
Which has proved to be a little ambitious.
The process failed with the message "the product key you entered cannot be used to activate this edition of Windows. Please try a different key. I spoke to Microsoft and they have confirmed the key that it is authentic, but suggest it only works if I rubbed and rebuilt laptop computer with a new installation, registering the new product key to a suitable place in the build process. (This raises the question of what the "Change product key" button is a commercial copy of the OS, but that's another story).
My question is, can I follow the instructions to create a recovery on the laptop media to recover a version of the PC factory reset, but change to include the key product Pro Win 10? If I understand correctly, if there is a WIM file as part of the recovery media, it contains all versions of Windows 10 32 - bit and 64 - bit. Installed the final version is 'unlocked' by the product key. This depends, however, how Toshiba packaged installation of recovery files and if they can be twisted this way.
Of course, there may be a more obvious way to achieve the same goal I'm missing completely, so any other suggestions gratefully received.
Thanks for reading,
Bump - no response in 3 months. Isn't anyone have suggestions?
Hello world. A few weeks ago I found the problem with my laptop Satellite l50 - b - 16 q. When I use the laptop all right, after sleep/wake up the processor is clocked at 0.8 Ghz isn't serious battery, battery/AC (power saver) balanced mode. Sometimes when the battery is less than 10% (no matter the battery/AC) the CPU count is 0.1 Ghz. After several reboots and the problem of sleep/wake are fixed. Processor is Intel Core i7 4500U.
It is clean instalation Pro 10, 64-bit Windows. I have worked with before Windows 8.1 and I have no problem.
I have another problem. When the laptop's power over the time fan speed is max. I cleaned it dust, change of thermal paste and the CPU temperature is 50-65 ° C, but GPU more than 90 ch. video drivers is updated and Windows with latest updates. Any ideas?Hello world. A few weeks ago I found the problem with my laptop Satellite l50 - b - 16 q. When I use the laptop all right, after sleep/wake up the processor is clocked at 0.8 Ghz isn't serious battery, battery/AC (power saver) balanced mode. Sometimes when the battery is less than 10% (no matter the battery/AC) the CPU count is 0.1 Ghz. After several reboots and the problem of sleep/wake are fixed. Processor is Intel Core i7 4500U.
It is clean instalation Pro 10, 64-bit Windows. I have worked with before Windows 8.1 and I have no problem.
I have another problem. When the laptop's power over the time fan speed is max. I cleaned it dust, change of thermal paste and the CPU temperature is 50-65 ° C, but GPU more than 90 ch. video drivers is updated and Windows with latest updates. Any ideas?
its gpu is overheating and acceleration prevents your cpu load and speed, have you changed termo glue on video chip you?
A week ago, I bought a laptop Toshiba Satellite L50-B-166. After a few days everything was fine for about three days, neither Skype nor the device built-in photo active again. The driver in Device Manager, work correctly and I have two rooms: a Webcam Toshiba HD and a SCPO82.
I have Windows 64-bit of 8.1.
Who can he help me, please?
Try to reset the initial configuration.
To run the recovery process, switch on and press F12
Then choose HARD drive recovery
More details and get the step by step instructions here:
I assumed that everything should work again start Notepad with the settings
Recently, I had several questions about my graphics card and the blue screen of death.
Here is a link to my dump file, converted to .txt: download
Specifications of the computer:
Model - Toshiba Satellite L50-A013
Processor - Intel Core i7-3630QM @ 2.40 GHz
RAM - 8.00 GB
Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GT 740 M (2 GB dedicated I think)
My computer did not have a problem of graphics until a few months ago. I had a different problem before that. I got a blue screen error called THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED. Rolling back my drivers fixed this problem, but after a few days, I started to experience lots of lag of frames per second (FPS) so I used the NVIDIA experience of re application - update my drivers.
Now I get a decent FPS, but my computer like a blue screen.
Any help will be appreciated.
Here are my logs to crash in DMP mode where you need
TOSHIBA should update drivers IDT DTS Sound for Windows 10
It is impossible to listen to the audio without it, the program itself works, but there is no change when I move the sliders, it's the same clear sound basis without any bass...
I use windows 10-64 bit, TOSHIBA Satellite L50 - has [P6K...]
Tags: audio sound dts, dts, toshiba satellite, l50 - a
I had the same problem with my Toshiba A 1j1 c50. My DTS sound with the equalizer did not work as well. First, I tried to reinstall the driver dts but that did not work. What DID do the work is the following: download the latest version of the driver IDT audio (not the dts driver), run it and click on repair. After you restart your laptop, you should be able to change the sound settings dts and again hear a big difference in the sound. I hope this will help you.
could someone explain how to turn left and do a right click buttons at the bottom of my touchpad? I have Satellite L50-B-17J and just put in place, however I can't use the buttons on the touch pad. I have to click twice on the touch pad and also click and hold to move things. Also can't use right click on the files.
Many thanks in advance, its really bugging me!
Can you please tell us what OS you are using?
Do you use the preinstalled original Win8.1 64-bit, that you got with your machine?
I mean the factory settings, everything should work fine, and I guess you don't l t notice this issue from day one.
At this point I just can you suggest checking the properties of the mouse (touchpad) and make sure that everything is set correctly.
I want to improve my new laptop to use 8 GB to 4 GB. The site of the main product specification provides all the information, I need to know if I should order DIMM or SODIMM memory modules?
Also, is it possible for a client to easily make this themselvess by removing the panels without having to take the thing completely detached?
standard: 4 096 (1 x) MB, RAM DDR3L (1 333 MHz)
maximum extension: 8 192 MB
technology: DDR3L (1 333 MHz) RAM
Appropriate advice or technical manual covering this would be great.
The on their site are too "basic" user guides
Peter B, UK
Well, the procedure for the RAM upgrade is a bit tricky. There is no RAM module Bay separated with easy access.
To access the free RAM slot, the plastic cover of the bottom must be removed.
You need to remove the ODD (optical disc) as well as the battery and next by the screws around the cover.
But remove the cover would mean that you would negate the warranty.
I put t know if you want to lose the warranty, I think that security is a very important fact which should be considered before performing this upgrade procedure.
I bought a new computer notebook "toshiba satellite L50-b-1 q 0' and I changed SO Win8 64 bit--> Win 7 64 bit.
I installed all the drivers and the pc is running, but the only problem is the function key.
The value of added driver package is installed, but is at - it another way to solve this problem?
Please check if you can change the settings on the special function key mode in the BIOS.
Usually this option allows you to use the function keys without pressing the FN key.
Play with this setting and don t forget to save the changes to the BIOS.
Also ensure that the BIOS is already up-to-date and the VAP has been properly installed.
Okay, so I recently got a new laptop (Toshiba Satellite L50-B-169) and I installed an older version of Windows 7, I had to this topic, but I lost drivers disks provided when I got it and now I don't know which drivers and where to get them.
Any advice? Thank you
According to the specifications of the computer laptop Satellite L50-B-169 was shipped without a preinstalled OS, there is no disk with drivers.
What you can do with this machine is the installation supported operating system.
All the necessary drivers, tools and utilities for your machine, you can find on the download page of Toshiba - http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp
I can see that your machine is supported for Windows 7 64-bit, so I think it's the best option for you.
If you need help with Windows installation or configuration do not hesitate to ask.
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