Satellite Pro A210 PSAFHE - Windows 7 - crashes after the sleep/hibernation
I have a PSAFHE Satellite Pro A210 running dual boot Windows XP/7
With the help of Windows 7 - 32 or 64 - system always crashes after sleep/hibernate mode.
This never happens with XP that sleeps and hibernates OK...
There is no driver for this laptop on site http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp?service=EU
I like system 7 and use it on my other computers but without sleep/hibernate, I go back to XP.
> There is no driver for this laptop on site http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp?service=EU
Sorry, mate, but you're wrong.
All drivers for Win 7 for Satellite Pro A210 are available on the European driver of Toshiba page that I recommend you check out once again
Given that this question does not appear using Win XP, I can say with certainty that this has nothing to do with the material, but it s a software related issue
I recommend updating the graphics card driver
In addition, there is a new BIOS for Satellite Pro A210 PSAFHE it s v2.0
Check if you are using the latest version
Jealous of my relationship with my Tosh laptop - my wife - angry of stupidity, decided to slam closed
OOPS, it no longer works.
After cooling down - she did not apologize, BUT said she would pay for the repair.
After investigation, I feel it may be the hard drive - I have re-installed from master disks and it worked sort of--even allowed to install aol.
AND he then stopped loading - hearing closely it seems to be looking for the hard drive to complete the load.
It's a Toshiba Satellite Pro A210 IB1 model PSAFHE - 00800PEN and has a Hitachi hd
HARD DRIVE: 5K 250-160
Model: HTS542516K9SA00 5 v DC 700mA 160 GB SATA 5400 RPM
I can't seem to find one anywhere - tried to contact Toshiba to know what would be appropriate replacements - picking the winning lottery numbers would be easier to get through Toshiba. So I thought I would try the forums.
In my opinion, it's the hard drive BUT as a mere mortal, I could be wrong - all advice would be appreciated.
Please tell us what drives fit
It seems that the laptop supports a HARD drive 2.5 SATA.
As the controller SATA HDD has no limitation, all SATA 2.5 hard drives should be compatible.
If you want, so you can choose a 250GB 2.5 SATA HDD THAT and normally it should work as part of your laptop.
Need help, need advice on how to solve a persistant problem with black screen after put into initial service.
Initially its fine but after the initial Toshiba of the screen just goes black, and the rest in this way, the PC stays on. Have you tried F8 options but all result in the same.
You can access the BIOS by pressing F2?
Boot from a boot as Recovery DVD disk?
If both is not possible, I'm afraid you have a serious hardware problem m.
In this case, I get just speculate on the affected parts. Maybe his problem GPU or motherboard who knows
We have an A210-1 b 3 - PSAFHE-01500PEN - running Vista which has had a hard drive failure.
We have replaced the old drive SATA (250 GB) with a 500 GB SATA drive and used the recovery disc to install Vista and specific software from Toshiba. We intend to restore our backup data that a Vista is installed.
That is the problem. We have installed the new hard drive, ran the recovery and after restarting, we got a Windows could not sating error set up the hardware and then restarts. I suspect that the new drive is not recognized by Vista. I looked around and it was suggested to the SATA Compatible parameter value in the BIOS. However, the BIOS (V1.5) has no options for this.
So, can anyone suggest anything please? Any ideas where I can get the latest update of BIOS (pref one that allows me to create a boot disk and update BACK)? Any help appreciated because she has completely baffled me.
Thank you in advance,
Seems that A210 BIOS does not support the SATA option, that would help you to switch the AHCI compatible mode. That is why the SATA drivers must be included in the configuration of OS install.
But if you use the Toshiba drive recover then you n t need to install the SATA drivers from the Toshiba drive recover contains the image where the SATA drivers are already included.
Now the question is why the Vista Setup program cannot complete.
Have you used the good drive recovery for the right portable model.
I read in a number of threads that people used bad disc
Well, it would be interesting to know if you can install the Windows operating system using the disk from Microsoft. On the other hand, you can try to format the HARD drive before launching the recovery disk
I'm unable to download the update of the BIOS for a Toshiba Satellite Pro P300 PSPCDE (WIN 3.00), the reason being that I wonder a user name and password to download the file!
The laptop has this annoying problem to revive a few minutes after the laptop has stopped, and that's why I want to update the BIOS to see if it suits him. Laptop is running XP Pro (downgraded from Vista).
Ideas how I can get the update of the BIOS and will it solve the strange rebooting problem?
Where are you trying to download the BIOS?
I always download my updates on the official website of Toshiba and if it doesn't work maybe you should wait a day.
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com-online decision-making supported Downloads & => Download drivers
To be honest, I doubt that the BIOS update will solve this problem. I often read about this problem and you can solve if you disable the wake on LAN function in the BIOS and Windows (properties of the wireless network card).
I had some problems with my individual Pro A210 (AMD Athlon 64 x 2, Vista, 120 GB of HDD, 2 GB of RAM), and it seems that I did the recovery disks when new and you have misplaced them.
What can I do?
The hard disk should have a recovery Partition.
Try holding down the zero (0) key when you turn on the laptop, this should start the recovery process.
If this does not work, press F8 rapidly after the Toshiba start screen to enter in the Windows Start menu, where you can choose to run the recovery/restore.
Recently, I upgraded my Toshiba Satellite L70-B-130 windows 8.1 for windows 10.
I got the same problem as many others with INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR but that has been resolved.
(After starting for the first time I quickly disabled my AMD card and did the update of Windows).
My driver for the AMD version is 15.200.1055.0 (WHQL / win 10/64)
Now, everything is very stable.
I tried 3DMark for some performance tests and after 2 minutes comparative analysis of my laptop stops suddenly due to overheating, I guess that.
I had to leave the laptop have a cooldown, and then I could start over.
When I was on windows 8.1 I don't have this problem, 3DMark worked well.
It seems that the driver is the problem, maybe the coolingfan isn "t put away or something.
Are there other people who have the same problem with the Radeon from AMD?
If all goes well there will be a driver update shortly.
Perhaps the latest AMD driver solve the problem?
Install the latest driver of www.amd.com
I have a Toshiba Satelklite Pro L300 and had no problem for the last 4 years. Last Monday, I replaced my hard drive with a new one and after installing a new copy of Windows XP Pro, I have downloaded all the drivers on the official site. After my last update, I have updated the BIOS to version 1.30 to 1.50. After a few seconds my laptop has rebooted and was not able to load Windows and / or recognize my new hard drive.
I tried several methods, using safe, optimal Bios default etc but was unsuccessful. IO could not even re - install Windows as the hard drive is not being recognized by the laptop. I've formatted the HD again through my desktop Pc, but still have the same problem.
I am really worried and would like immediate help!
> I formatted the HD again through my desktop Pc, but still have the same problem.
What happen exactly when you turn on your laptop?
Set the BIOS as deult and try to install the original recovery image that you got with your laptop. If everything works OK that means upgrading the disk HARD was a success and there is not a serious hardware problem.
After this check, you can try again to install Windows XP Home edition.
Please post comments.
Hi, my computer laptop girls stopped booting, I tried everything to fix this, but it seems to be on a loop.
He runs the repair of your computer, but after a while, I get the message, this computer cannot repair this fault automatically (or something similar), there is also a message that says - if you have connected a camera or to this computer's portable music player, remove it now and restart.
I tried to start in safe mode, safe mode with command prompt and last know good configuration but still no joy, so I eventually ran the recovery disc. Once it was finished, I was to square.
Does anyone have an idea of what I can try next - other than to throw it out the nearest window.
Thanks in advance.
Never heard talk of this error but sounds strange
If I understood your first assignment; you were able to complete the installation of the OS from the recovery disc. Is this good?
Well, in this case the HARD disk must be OK because the files were copied correctly
I searched a bit in google and didn t have found a solution to 100%.
Some have said that new OS install should solve this perhaps you could use clean up Windows Vista, Win XP disk
You can also try to format the drive HARD integer first. Delete all partitions on the HARD drive, and then try again
PS: You can check the HARD drive using the + Hitachi Drive Fitness Test. +
Its free tool. You can find using google
Just treated with a virus - had to restore restore cd - I have now an annoying splash screen, trying to persuade me to sign up for norton symantec internet security
I do not wish to subscribe to this program - how to stop this loading screen
I put t know if you want to use Norton, but if you want to use Norton simply remove it from the system. My advice to you is to use Avira Antivir.
Since I installed the latest batch of updates of Windows 7 my PC crashes.
Usually as soon as it is installed and I try to do something.
Is anyone else having the same problem? Any suggestions to help solve the problem?
Type system information in the search box above the Start button and press ENTER. Select file, Export and give the file a name noting where it is located. Please download your disk from sky to share and post a link here.
Please download copies of your system logs and Application of your event viewer on your sky drive and post a link here.
To access the system log, select Start, Control Panel, administrative tools, Event Viewer, in the list on the left of the window select Windows and the system logs. Place the cursor on the system, select the Action in the Menu and record all events as and give the file a name. Do the same for the application log.
I recently got a broken hard drive of a laptop larger than mine.
I would like to put in my computer, but I don't know what would be the way to transfer the partition of installation (or better yet also already installed windows partition).
Will I be able to reinstall linux in a few minutes, but for windows it's something else.
Do you have an idea of the procedure?
The best would be to make a mirror copy, or something like that for me, to have just to extend the size of some partitions.
I recommend the creation of an image.
You can create either an image that contains only the content of a partition or the whole HARD disk content.
There are different image on the market tools. For the most part, you will pay for this software.
But you can also use an internal utility for Microsoft Windows 7. Its share of the Win 7 system.
If you are using Windows 7, I recommend this solution.
Here's a nice page of Microsoft on this tool and how to do it:
I installed Windows 7 (32 bit) on my Satellite Pro A210 and have a similar problem. When it starts OK but after hibernation the keyboard and touchpad stop working after 3 minutes. The only way to fix it is a re-boot of the force.
Anyone have any ideas?
You have installed all the drivers for your laptop? I mean especially the chipset driver.
Check this box!
If you have yellow exclamation points in Device Manager, you must install all the missing drivers.
Last but not least don't forget to install all Windows 7 updates available that you can get thorugh Windows Update.
Sorry, but that's all I can say at the moment
Can anyone suggest why I have problems with 32-bit vista upgrade to windows 7-32 vista?
I don't know if it's because there is not enough RAM
Anyone else had a similar problem on this laptop?
I recommend that you clean Win7 installation.
What Satellite Pro A210 you have exactly (A210-xxx)?
I have a satellite pro 210 (bios v1.6) has died the HARD drive.
I bought a new WD Scorpio Blue 250 GB HARD drive and ran the reinstall drive (I've done exactly this for a friends Equium a month or so back and all worked flawlessy!)
Everything worked fine until the first re-boot, went through the usual stuff:
Please wait a moment while windows starts for the first time
Then a windows background, spinning slider with waiting message please, much HDD activity
Then the sudden error:
"Installation of Windows could not configure windows to run on a hardware on this computer."
Does anyone have ideas, what it might be?
A google search suggests the sata bios settings, but I do not see in the configuration of the bios page.
In my view, there is a new bios v2 by download - would this help?
If so how can I install it when the computer does not start vista? Or any other suggestions?
Thanks for reading.
The SATA driver is not necessary if you use the Toshiba Recovery disk because the image on the recovery disk contains the SATA driver.
So there must be other reason for it.
In your case, I recommend setting the BIOS settings by default and start over once the recovery procedure.
Maybe something went wrong during the configuration of the OS if second installation is worth a try
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