Satellite Pro L3000-110 keeps restarting
Satellite Pro L3000-110, continues to restart and all that I am in the middle of is lost, then a message that appears "the system has recovered from a serious problem" and "if it is not the first time then you must contact the system administrator."
Also the material wizard continues to tell me that it has detected the USB 2.0 hardware must be installed and I have to insert the disc if I a.
It is useless like this.
Do you have any other device connected to the USB port?
If so, unplug the device and perform a test of the laptop without connected parts.
Sometimes, it would be possible that a such USB connected device will interrupt.
If this does not improve the situation, get the laptop back to factory settings and try again
Hello to everyone in the Toshibe Satellite Pro - my first post forum.
I was one proud owner of other portable Tosh without any problem, but this time, I'm miserable: (o)
For professional use a few days ago, we bought a laptop Satellite Pro L300D 110 (AMD Athlon Dual Core). We bought it with the understanding that it could be brought back to XP Pro - mainly because some of the software that we use on a daily basis does not work reliably on Vista, but also because all other laptops to desktop computers in our network (including a WLAN) all running XP Pro, adding another machine that it should have been easy.
The need to do so has been confirmed by the fact, nevertheless, I tried, we could just not get the new Toshiba L300D connection through our routers so that under Vista. At the same time, we also bought a new Dell with no o/s. I installed a new copy of XP Pro SP2 OEM - and it runs under the sweet as a nut! Sorry, I digress:
I reduced the L300D to XP Pro very well using the XP Pro provided - Toshiba Recovery disk no problem at all. I had the computer connected to the network too, but then I realized that the DVD (Pioneer DVD - RW DVRTD08A ATA) is not found by Windows.
Logged in the BIOS setup - Yes, he was listed there OK, but tried some tongs and tricks I have learned over the years, I still couldn't XP Pro to the discovery of the device.
I have now reinstalled Vista on the machine and he found the DVD burner.
If it's a PC, I shut down the computer, open the case, disconnect the writer, start, stop, reconnect the device, close case and bingo. But not with perhaps a laptop...
Someone has ideas how (reliable!) downgrade to XP Pro without devices being endangered? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have two copies again more XP Pro SP2 at my disposal, if that's any use.
(> I'm happy again now: o)
Great to hear that!
Just for info:
The most recent series of portable supports the newer SATA HDD controllers and so the operating system can be installed if the SATA drivers are not included and preinstalled.
So if you want to use the SATA features you must first install the SATA driver.
But you can also activate SATA mode to compatibility mode (in BIOS) and this would install the Win XP without the necessary SATA drivers.
My Satellite Pro L350-277 keeps giving message "unhandled exception error". It occurs randomly, and the message box goes away if I click on "Continue" or "quit".
Does not appear to affect applications that are running at the same time.
My machine is heading a serious accident?
What is your laptop preinstalled with Toshiba (operating system factory pre-installed) recovery image?
Have you noticed that on the first day?
You know, it's not easy to say why this is happening, but maybe he appears after you have started to install additional software.
One of the users has a Satellite Pro, model No: PSM35E, the clock on the PC continues to go back 1 hour. Even after that the clock is replaced with the correct settings (GMT... etc, DST is checked). But when it has restarted, it defaults to return 1 h?
Known problems with this?
I found this topic on many forums of PC and it is not related to specific PC or laptop and the strange is that I never found any explanation for this. If your device is permanently online, I recommend you to use automatically synchronize with a time server option Internet in Date and time properties.
I searched high and low for the answer to this question and its driving me crazy. I really hope you guys can help out me!
I have a Toshiba Satellite Pro C650 01301J laptop running Windows 7 Professional 32 bit. I try and listen to the music through spotify or simply using my music in Windows Media Player library.
However after a while the sound cuts. It is not muted in the mixer and the song continues to play as if nothing has changed, except that I can't hear anything.
This problem is corrected when I disable and re-enable or increase the volume upwards or downwards using the fn keys.
When I first start the music it take 5 minutes or more before that happens, but once it starts it stops every 10 seconds or more. It becomes extremely annoying and I am convinced that there must be a solution.
My audio driver is Conexant SmartAudio HD version 188.8.131.52 CX20671. I tried to remove it and put it back, download an updated old and updated driver. He told me that it's the most recent driver, but its still not solved the problem.
This happened to someone else? Is there another driver I could try, or maybe a program that is the cause?
I would appreciate your help in what its driving me crazy not being able to listen to any form of music without it cutting up every 10 seconds...
Have you noticed this strange question on the first day of use, or later?
It is not easy to say what the problem is, but I think that it is somehow a software related issue.
You know what, try reinstalling additional Toshiba package and test it again. I put t know if this will fix it but it is worth trying.
Please post comments.
My refurbished Macbook Pro has been reset continually in recent days, but done so much since I got the computer. I don't have a problem out of it first because it was only a few days, but now it's annoying, because sometimes I'm in the middle of a report and it resets any chance. If anyone can help me understand how to solve this problem, I would really appreciate it.
That's what the report said that when the computer restarts again...
Anonymous UUID: 277B4EA4-9058-B2A7-1363-7AD57DA93BDD
Kill Mar 29 16:19:37 2016
Panic report *.
panic (cpu 0 0xffffff8011a16df2 appellant): Kernel trap at 0x00000001001a0912, type 14 = page fault, registers:
CR0: 0 X 0000000080010033, CR2: 0X00000001001A0912 CR3: 0X00000001A4ECD049 CR4: 0X00000000001627E0
RAX: 0XFFFFFF8037198000, RBX: 0XFFFFFF80250DD000 RCX: 0 X 0000000000000001, RDX: 0X7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
RER: 0XFFFFFF801DD8BB78, RBP: 0XFFFFFF801DD8BBC0, IHR: 0 X 0000000000000002 RDI: 0XFFFFFF8037198400
R8: 0X00000000000002A7, R9: 0XFFFFFF801579C388, R10: 0 X 0000000000000000, R11: 0XFFFFFF8026ABDD20
R12: 0XFFFFFF8012112F48, R13: 0XFFFFFF8012029750, R14: 0XFFFFFF8037198400 R15: 0XFFFFFF803716EC00
RFL: 0 X 0000000000010282, RIP: 0X00000001001A0912, CS: 0000000000000008, SS 0 X: 0 X 0000000000000010
Lack of CR2: 0x00000001001a0912, error code: 0 x 0000000000000011, CPU fault: lack of NX RID/user of 0x0
Backtrace (CPU 0), frame: return address
Extensions of core in backtrace: com.apple.iokit.IOAcceleratorFamily2 (156.16) [1259B80F-E4C5-3BC9-BED5-65B42289E8C 0]@0xffffff7f938e9000-> 0xffffff7f93957fff] dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily (2.9) [05578B0B-C99C-3A87-9F3E-B4746D19CEF4] @ 7f92124000 0xffffff dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOGraphicsFamily (2.4.1) [8922721D-5517-3883-BD3A-57422D0244A0] @0 xffffff7f929c7000 com.apple.driver.AppleIntelHD5000Graphics (10.0.6) [8B5EFA23 - 04D 4-3D2E-8520-512245 DE51BD]@0xffffff7f93966000-> 0xffffff7f939c5fff] dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOSurface (97.4) [A4AE35B7-0C17-38F2-AD0D-A4C4B40196FB] @0xffffff7 f9289f000 dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily (2.9) [05578B0B-C99C-3A87-9F3E-B4746D19CEF4] @ 7f92124000 0xffffff dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOGraphicsFamily (2.4.1) [8922721D-5517-3883-BD3A-57422D0244A0] @0 xffffff7f929c7000 dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOAcceleratorFamily2 (156.16) [1259B80F-E4C5-3BC9-BED5-65B42289E8 C0]@0xffffff7f938e9000
Corresponding to the current thread BSD process name: plugin-container
Mac OS version:
14.5.0 Darwin kernel version: kills Sep 1 21:23:09 PDT 2015; root:XNU-2782.50.1~1/RELEASE_X86_64
Kernel UUID: 06D286E3-A8A1-3BE7-A7EB-EAC6E0C69758
Slide kernel: 0 x 0000000011600000
Text of core base: 0xffffff8011800000
Text __HIB base: 0xffffff8011700000
Name of system model: MacBookPro11, 1 (Mac-189A3D4F975D5FFC)
Availability of the system in nanoseconds: 3336442471206
last load kext to 4307476898: com.apple.filesystems.autofs 3.0 (addr 0xffffff7f9347f000 size 45056)
Finally unloaded kext to 147183012433: com.apple.driver.AppleIntelLpssI2C 2.0.57 (addr 0xffffff7f938c6000 size 36864)
com Apple.filesystems.autofs 3.0
com Apple.NKE.applicationfirewall 161
com Apple.Security.Quarantine 3
com Apple.kext.Triggers 1.0
com Apple.Security.sandbox 300.0
com Apple.KEC.corecrypto 1.0
com Apple.KEC.pthread 1
Model: MacBookPro11, 1, MBP111.0138.B16 BootROM, 2 processors, Intel Core i5, clocked at 2.6 GHz, 8 GB, MSC 2.16f68
Graphics card: Intel Iris, Iris Intel integrated
Memory module: DIMM0/0 BANK, 4 GB DDR3, 1600 MHz, 0x802C, 0x384B54463531323634485A2D314736453120
Memory module: DIMM0/1 BANK, 4 GB DDR3, 1600 MHz, 0x802C, 0x384B54463531323634485A2D314736453120
Airport: spairport_wireless_card_type_airport_extreme (0x14E4, 0 x 112), Broadcom BCM43xx 1.0 (184.108.40.206.3)
Bluetooth: Version 4.3.6f3 16238, 3 services, 27 aircraft, 1 incoming serial ports
Network service: Wi - Fi, AirPort, en0
Serial ATA Device: APPLE SD0128F, 121,33 GB SSD
USB device: Memory card reader internal
USB device: Apple keyboard / Trackpad
USB device: Hub BRCM20702
USB Device: USB Bluetooth host controller
Bus crush: MacBook Pro, Apple Inc., 17.2
This kind of panic can be caused by a bug in OS X, or by a hardware failure. I suggest that you upgrade to the current version ("El Capitan") in the App Store and see if the panic stop.
Before the upgrade, verify that all of your most important third-party software are up-to-date and compatible with current versions of old OS X. Very Microsoft and Adobe products, for example, may not be compatible. The Web site is the best source for this information.
Incompatible third-party software causes almost all problems with OS X updates.
Finally, in back up all the dataand be sure you know how to restore if you don't like the results of the upgrade.
If you have a with a sufficient capacity storage device, you can copy the boot volume in disk utility, then run him and to upgrade. So, if you don't like the results, all you have to do is change the setting in the startup disk preferences pane and restart.
I've owned my laptop (Satellite P300/05 X, processor P8600 (2.4 GHz), 17 "display) now for 1 week and I was very frustrated with this problem, I will explain.
After you have selected the option "Stop" (not 'sleep', not 'Hibernate' etc, but certainly 'closed'), the laptop goes through the steps of closing and then turn off all the lights on the keys of the finger, and then the led of the main switch turns off. And then for no apparent reason, Notepad starts again as as if I pressed the switch on! This morning was the worst, I went through the steps of closing 3 times! before he spent actually OFF... very frustrating, especially if you're in a hurry.
Also, I noticed sometimes the led of the main switch does not at all off, all other lights are, however, but not the main switch... and then all of a sudden, the machine comes to life!
Now, this problem is very random and happens not all the time. On average it restarts automatically, say 1 out of 7 times (except this morning!).
As I said, this machine is very recent. It has Vista Business and I installed only a handful of programs (Eclipse/Java, MySQL... that's a bit). And I'm sure that this is not a virus or malware. In addition, I have not changed the BIOS settings.
But I have disabled all the power options in the control panel (in other words, 'never' disable disk hard etc etc).
Thanks a lot guys...
Have you connected external devices of the laptop as printer, external HARD drive and so far?
Interrupt them because that might cause the problem.
Make sure you have wake on LAN in the BIOS and disabled Windows and you should also disconnect cable LAN and other cables.
Check this box and try also to update the BIOS.
I have a question where my laptop start automatically after apparently past Hibernate and shutdown by closing the lid. (I have it set so that it goes into hibernation when I close the lid.)
The strange thing is that this only happens when it is connected to the power supply. If I close the lid when on battery, it goes into hibernation and remains closed as it should.
It all started when I changed my power supply mode of "Balanced" to the 'Performance '. Put back to "Balanced" didn't help, and not affecting the setting the lowest. In addition, he used to come back from hibernation automatically once I opened the lid, this happens is no longer.
I'm not sure if it is a hardware or software problem.
This weekend I reinstalled the laptop using the recovery disks provided and applied all updates and patches for Vista, but the problem remains, so now I'm leaning more towards it being a hardware problem, even if I have no idea what kind of hardware malfunction could be the cause.
Does anyone have an idea what might cause this behavior?
All of these parameters are well known to me because I use the Satellite P200 with Vista. I have tested almost everything about the parameters energy saver and everything works fine. Saving energy for L40 and P200 is the same and there is no difference. Because of this I really can't imagine that there is a hardware problem.
I hope that you understand very well that you can set this for all profiles of three in two possible situations (on battery and plugged in). What should happen when the lid is closed belongs to Vista power settings. Try it please change all of these settings in the advanced power settings.
To be honest, I think you make a mistake.
Can someone help me please?
I have a Satellite Pro A40, it keeps telling me there is a cooling problem and told me to turn off immediately?
What should I do to stop this?
What type of program mean you? I've never heard of this then maybe you can post a screenshot or
But maybe your laptop is really overheating or clean you already? If this is not the case, to do it with the jet of compressed air. Blow gently and shortly the depression of the air holes of the case of the machine where the hollow air flows. This could blow out the dust from the cooling fans.
I clean my Toshiba notebooks with jet of air compressed every 3 months and I never had a problem with it.
That's all I can say at the moment.
Recently I thought it would be better to download the latest drivers and upgrades for my Satellite pro L40 to keep up-to-date and partners the laptop that works smoothly. I couldn't have worse summer. Before I updated the new driver updates I thought it would be a good idea first update the Bios. So I downloaded the update of the Bios on the Toshiba site, unzipped the files and followed the online instructions for updating the BIOS. I double clicked on the BIOS file to run the update, the laptop says it was end the session, I waited and the Toshiba logo screen came. In the instructions, it says that I have to press F2 now and confirm that the date and time are correct. I should then press F9 to load all the default values and then press F10 to save and exit. At this point, the laptop must away to the loading screen, but... I got a black screen. IV turned off the computer and turn it back on, but still, I get a blank screen. The lights are on but know one's home.
Could a mod/staff/Board Toshiba administrator please explain to me why I'm going to draw the consequences of my lack full on my face because I followed a form of direct teaching of personnel of Toshiba or... Please run me through the process of bring back my cell partners in life, before that I get my Crown snatched jewels. This isn't a laugh. An upgrade directly from the manufacturer is not intended to cause you problems!
Please get back to me as soon as POSSIBLE. My first son moments of life (videos, photos) are on this laptop. That cannot be replaced. Please tell me that the laptop can be fixed...
I'm really sorry to hear you I have this problem.
To be honest, it is not easy to discuss about this because a lot of people on this forum with a similar or same problem reacts quite aggressive if they don t hear exactly the thing they want to hear.
In any case, I just want to write my comment. Don t be worried about photos and other important data. You can remove the laptop HARD drive, put it in a small box of HDD SATA 2.5 and connect the HARD drive to the other PC / laptop as external device. You will have full access to all stored data. So you can do the backup.
Update the BIOS.
What to say at this point?
I have checked the Toshiba download page and saw that the BIOS update is available for Windows XP Home edition and Vista pre-installed notebooks so I hope you ve chosen the right one. Anyway, it is not easy to fix screwed up in the BIOS. You hate me now, but I think you should contact the nearest Toshiba service provider and ask for help. Call them, explain the situation and ask what you can do about it.
I hope you will fix this laptop soon.
Another question regarding the Pro M70 PSM75E, next to the hard drive (left side) there is a port which you can take off. I took it of and it looks like a chip grafx or something: s someone with the M70 not what it is.
Well, there are of many Satellite Pro M70. It s a great series.
But for example Satellite Pro M70-110 has a PCMCIA Type II slot.
You can use the different PCMICA card in this slot. But they must be compatible.
I guess this slot machine, you found a plastic Board. This is only for security.
However, if you want to learn more about your device, I would recommend reading the user manual which must be preinstalled on your laptop. You will find very, very, very ;) useful information.
I have a series of satellite Pro L300 running Windows Vista Business and have problems with him closing by itself without known reason, then it restarts only sometimes.
The startup repair does nothing.
I think it might be related to high temperatures.
Have you noticed a hot air coming from vents?
Usually the laptop stops automatically to avoid that the pieces of equipment against damage.
So you need to check if the vents are clogged with dust and debris in most cases you can remove it using a jet of compressed air.
A couple of weeks ago, I bought a portable Satellite M70-110, with Centrino 1.7 GHz processor and 512 MB RAM. Last week, this computer got stolen from my apartment. (Damn them thieves low-life..)
I wanted to buy exactly the same model again, but he could not find anywhere. Instead, I bought a Satellite Pro M70-275 because he seems to be pretty much the same thing, with a great 2 GHz. processor, it's going to be a little faster then, I thought.
The problem is that it feels like the new is slower; I don't understand why. No more slow, as when you are working with graphics heavy, cause I don't have, but slower at startup, when this regime between programs and so on.
The old used XP Home Edition, the new one XP Pro. This could be the problem; XP Pro requires more RAM?
The old man had an ATI Radeon x 700, the new a x600se, but I can't imagine that this could make a difference with the applications that I am running.
I use a Soundblaster PCIMCA card in the new. This could be a problem?
Any ideas appreciated!
As much as I know there is not much difference between WXP Home and Pro, and I think that the use of the PCMCIA card. Try to turn off the sound in the BIOS and also disable it in Device Manager.
A week ago, I left my Satellite Pro S300-EZ2502 at night (as usual). It was fine tonight.
The next day, I got a black screen and a flashing light orange on the left side. I tried to turn it off, don't restart, no dice. I tried removing the battery and restart under just current alternative, nothing, I tried the opposite. Nothing. I tried to let the battery and then recharge. No help. Very rarely when I plug it in again, I will get the green light for a few seconds, but then again the yellow flashing light. Nothing EVER on the screen.
I've only had this laptop since MAY! What's wrong!!
Have you installed extra RAM in the system?
Try to remove one of the Modules or swap them around.
Otherwise, it may be a motherboard problem. An FSL can repair it for you - free if its under warranty.
I just bought a Toshiba Satellite Pro A300 PSAG9E. It came pre-installed with Vista and also a DVD to upgrade to windows 7 Professional (that I installed).
I tried to start the machine this morning, but for some reason it wouldn't start. All that's happened is that the initial toshiba screen appears, followed by a black screen frozen (showing underscore in the top left corner).
The thing is that I have seem to have been able to solve this problem, but I do not understand how and why this happened!
The issue seems to be related to the battery. At first, I tried to boot up the laptop (with only the battery connected) however it would not start. I don't think this has nothing to do with the amount of battery charge, because it had more than enough in it. I then tried to start it with just the power cable (and no battery). For some reason any that seemed to do the trick, and the laptop has been able to start. The laptop has now also boots when battery and the attached cable.
Why is this happening?
I am interested to know, is because this laptop already has given me a few problems. The laptop also bought very recently, so I can still return it for a refund (which I seriously think!).
What should I do guys? Any help/advice you give to this topic would be highly appreciated.
> All that's happened is that the initial toshiba screen appears, followed by a black screen frozen (showing underscore in the top left corner).
Underscore flashing in the left corner means that the BIOS battery was empty or something wrong with the HARD drive (possibly BIOS didn't find the right source of start-up)
I recommend access to BIOS and set it to the default value. Save the changes and try to start the device again.
You should also keep the laptop connected to the mains for about 24 hours and the laptop should be ON as well.
This will help the CMOS battery.
Check this box
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