Satellite L670 - Windows boot failure
I have a * big problem with my Toshiba Satellite L670 *. When it starts, I get the message "+ Windows has encountered a problem communicating with a device connected to your PC. This error may be due to an external disconnection from external storage such as a USB device or a driver in CD-Rom or HARD disk failure. "Check the connection of the external storage device and reboot your PC.
There is also a "+ status: 0xc00000e9 +".
When the PC starts, the indicator DC in, power, battery, drive HARD and Wifi are on. And I havn't any external storage device connected to this PC.
Is there someone who had an idea to solve my problem?
Thanks in advance
Is everything is OK with LAN, WLAN devices? Both of them work?
Check it please state material and Device Manager there. If your laptop is BT can you use it?
Can anyone help? I also try to format a USB drive on my Toshiba Satellite L670 Windows 7 but he repeats to me windows cannot format.
Can you confirm that Windows on another PC or laptop do the same thing?
Recently, what action it has been generating a beep and if it stays on he will repeat this beep every 15 to 20 seconds.
However, it is now a boot failure beyond the Vista login screen and everything stops instantly.
Several attempts to start with or without battery or only connected to a power outlet and it is beyond the 'press
or ... '. "screen and then stops. No beep.
If it remains beyond this screen, I get the beep as described above.
If I remove the RAM it does not show anything on the screen or beep somehow.
In all cases, that the upward light cooling fan, stay on for a few seconds, then stop, then the laptop dies or keep trying to load Windows and then shuts down immediately. If it becomes quite far as it beeps again in the same range as described above.
The wind side allows me to see the heat sink and it seems clear of debris and I had no cases of overheating.
Without no beeps error or other symptoms I don't see what is really bad or anything to verify.
Are you using the original Toshiba AC adapter? Maybe its defective or may not provide enough amps.
I installed Ubuntu on my U920t. Everything works well except the boot.
* Boot from USB for installation succeeded
* Boot from USB with rEFInd (http://www.rodsbooks.com/refind/) works like a charm
* Directly boot from SSD does not, demand for the system disk.
I tried several settings in the BIOS/EFI, but always without success. Any idea what goes wrong?
You have disabled the secure boot and you used the CSM boot mode?
This is the biggest change to use and launch systems other than Win 8 and 8.1 Win
By the way: the Windows requires the installation of the SATA (driver Intel RST) driver to recognize the HARD drive correctly.
I think that such driver SATA missing in the Linux distribution can also affect the initialization of the system.
I have a PC running windows XP and it seems to be a virus when the computer starts and arrives at the log on screen. Once I log in, the background appears saying 'safe mode' in each corner of the black screen and an error box appears saying "failed to start Windows. Press 'OK' to repair the startup failure. Then, a diagnosis of FAKE windows disk rises and scan the computer. I really need help and all the fixes involve downloading something and I can not even access my desktop please help im not a computer genius! Also I do not know the specs of my PC because I can't go to windows to get them! :'(
I think that the difficulty with myantispyware site is to know what type of malicious software that you have?
I have this same problem on a friends laptop - I started out in a PE environment and run a couple of different recovery CD of AV companies but the problem remains. I also tried to go back to using System Restore, but it did not work either.
On a work computer download SuperAntiSpyware Portable version from the link below save it on a USB key. Take the USB to the infected computer. Start the computer in safe mode with command prompt. Press Ctrl + SHIFT + ESC. The Task Manager opens. Click file > new task > type explorer.exe > press Ok. Navigate to the flash drive > right click > Explorer. Locate the SuperAntiSpyware file > right click and choose Run as administrator.
I met recently a few new malwares of thugs that are loaded in safe mode effectively preventing you to download or install anything. For reasons unknown to me from the computer in safe mode with command prompt and then run taskmgr explorer.exe prevents malware to load. This method has worked several times for me this week only. Worth.
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I have a MS PRO 2100 who * was * running Win XP Pro SP1 with Celeron 2 GHz, 512 MB of Ram and 30 GB HARD drive. Bought in early 2003, so out of warranty. I tried to install SP2 on a CD of MS, but got bored after a while and leave the machine unattended. I returned about half an hour later to find the machine apparently tried to start in SP2. 10 minutes later the start screen was still, but the machine would not start. (The HARD drive light was active overall, as it has been in the following scenarios).
To cut a long story short, I tried Safe Mode and fix Installation without joy, before giving up in the belief that SP2 has been the problem. Data has been backed up and I have a full copy of XP Pro SP2, spare, so I thought I would do a clean install. Booted from the XPSP2 CD and tried to format HARD drive. Hung at 0% formatted for 20 minutes before I stopped.
Subsequently tried recovery CD product, which seemed installs correctly, including the replacement of the partition, that I had to destroy when I tried to format the HARD drive. Little difference in the startup problem - now it slowly boots as much as the start screen for XP SP1 and does not move for several minutes, until a BSOD pops up with the technical element of the message (all on one line) STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000006, 0x80658CAA, 0xF8954704, 0xF8954404)
'Start-up' safe mode now consists of a scrolling list intermittently from drivers who stop on agp440.sys for awhile before the BSOD appears, as indicated above.
My apologies for the length of the post. I think that sounds pretty terminal but if anyone can shed any light on it I would appreciate it greatly.
Sounds strange! I would try to start the computer with a startup disk (which can be downloaded at www.bootdisk.info) and run fdisk and chkdsk.exe to scan the HARD drive!
Also, you should check the settings of the BIOS and new st failing!
Try and keep me posted!
Three days ago I got my new Toshiba Satellite L670-17 x. Installing Win7 was not a problem, but now (after the start of the third or fourth) I suddenly a big trouble with the operating system.
When I turn on my laptop, it loads up until I can see the Windows loading screen. Then - both - the laptop stop working... I can only see the loading screen, but nothing happens. Turns off the light litte to the frontsite (which shows that the specifications of load/work). No error message.
I want to avoid using the Toshiba HARD drive recovery, because I saved (important) documents on the desktop (I know... not very smart). I ask you to help me with my problem.
(By the way: I already tried Windows repair system, System Restore memory diagnostic tool and start Windows Mode without failure).
Thank you very much for your answers!
If you cannot boot OS in safe mode, that, in my opinion, you have a big problem. I'm afraid only installation of HARD drive recovery will help you in this m.
The question is what to do with this data.
Perhaps you should remove the HARD drive and connect it to another computer to have full access to all of these external data. Copy them, replace the HARD drive in your Satellite and install the OS by using HARD drive recovery option.
I ve upgraded my Win7 L670 to Win10. After upgrade do not work key Fn. is it possible to recover the functionality of these buttons in Windows 10.
Each cell function requires special tools and utilities.
In the case of FN keys, Toshiba software controls this feature.
But as far as I know that the Satellite L670 won't get any utility Windows 10 so probably this key will not work running Win 10.
Here the details on the 10 Windows upgrade:
I have this laptop: Satellite L670-184 PSK3EE-039007FR
This laptop is no longer under warranty, but my will is to save my data and whether my hard drive might be fix.
For 13 months, I have seen no problems with him, but for 2 weeks, I have experiment some gel and bug during initialization. Last week, I couldn't reach the connection windows operating system, I try to reach the Restore tool (F8 key) but there is no possibility to achieve the recovery partition.
With a live CD, I managed to save some data, but after recording, my hard drive was not identified in the linux live cd or in a SATA / USB link.
The hard disk starts itself, but is not identified. The disc was not uncommon or metallic sounds. It is impossible to load an operating system or of the TOSHIBA recovery partition in the laptop (SATA port) or via USB (SATA/USB tool).
The laptop starts with another hard drive SATA (SATA drive Exchange).
What is your opinion?
Can it be fixed (at this point, it is not a question of money but a question of possibility...)?
There are software or processes to identy, restart or restore the disk without it recognition? How it identified?
> The laptop starts with another hard drive SATA (SATA drive Exchange).
In this case, it would mean that the disc is broken I recommend you replace this HARD drive and install the operating system once more using the Toshiba disk recover.
If you didn't create the disc of recovery in the past, then you can order it here:
I have a problem I hope you could help me with.
I bought a satellite L50-B-281 boneless, sibce I have a W7 license available.
The L50 will not identify any bootable media, I present to you. I always get the message:
boot failure: an appropriate digital signature not found.
one of the files on the boot selrcted device was rejected by the secure startup feature
I tried to download a new copy of W7 of MS, he engraved on a DVD and tried to start, but it doesn't work anymore.
On Google I found I shoul change the start mode, but the UFEI is gray in the BIOS and cannot be changed.
You have any ideas how I can install W7 on the laptop?
Sometimes he DEBRABANT just to talk.
I just found the solution.
Disable startup secure in the BIOS, then set it to UEFI the other thing.
I have been carried out by the facebook virus and have to re - install my system using a system recovery on a USB drive (bootable stick).
Hardware: Computer laptop Toshiba Satellite L670-134
The Bios shows that the possibility to choose between:
Please advise as soon as possible.
Your support is most appreciated. Thanx
Did you check that once the USB has been connected to the laptop?
Please connect the USB stick to the USB port laptop s (check all) and then turn on the device and access the BIOS settings.
Alternatively, you can press F12 while turning on the laptop in order to get the menu boot device
A Toshiba Satellite L670 run Windows XP.
I had the L670 camera for 3 weeks and find Windows 7 and Add-ons possible the biggest pile of bovine excrement. With levels of frustration at its zenith, the only way out I see is downgrade to XP.
Can I reformat and load XP?
Please stop punishing the smart to the actions of the ignorant
Of course, you can install Win XP. Why not
On the European driver Toshiba page, you will find some Win XP drivers.
If some drivers would be missing, then you could look for drivers with your own hands.
This HowTo should be useful:
Disk Boot Failure
I recently learned that so that my motherboard compatible with my operating system, I have need to uninstall the current one and install Windows XP. I use Windows 7, so I booted from this CD and deleted all the partitions and data (nothing is important there), then I went to start my new Windows XP CD and it says "Disk Boot Failure... etc.
I changed the BIOS to boot from the CD, seeing as the other CD has worked to boot from, it doesn't seem to be a problem with my drive. I can't understand. Maybe it's a dodgy CD?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Check the manual of your motherboard you may need to reset the CMOS or make a hard CMOS reset to default.
The Windows Vista Home Pro CQ5110F was Ok AM. and the afternoon once I turn on the PC, shows this info:
Disk Boot Failure, Insert System Disk and press ENTER, (drive witch I do not have).
Error code: BIOHD-2 and then WARNING: no drive detected.
It is a Compaq Presario CQ5110F
What is the best info; To solve this problem,
Thank you. REB of mich.
Seems your HDD fried upward.
Suggest to contact Compaq and check out what they can offer.
I left my laptop alone and down for a few hours and when I'm back on him shows an error message in the windows Boot Manager.
It says unable to start windows and a recent hardware or software change might be the cause. It asks me to insert my windows installation CD, and if I n t have the CD then to ring for help but unfortunately I really can t find a number at the present time.
It also reads this:
Info: an error occurred trying to read the boot configuration data.
Does anyone know how to deal with this, or this happened to anyone before?
Maybe this article can help http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927391
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