Satellite Pro S300 - 120 PSSB0E: No 32-bit software Win 7 of fingerprints
I have a Toshiba Satellite Pro S300-120 part number: PSSB0E-05D00UEN
I just loaded Windows 7 32-bit, but as far as I see it, there is no software available for the fingerprint reader.
Anyone know how I can get this working, or when it will be available?
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I found it in the compartment of the driver Portege R700.
Hi I have a Satellite Pro S300-117 PSSB0E-04J00UEN, and it seems that the BIOS was damaged when turned on the power lite 2 flashes green and 2 orange
I'm looking to be able to rewrite the BIOS using a usb floppy drive or usb key that emulates a floppy drive.
The problem is that I can not locate the file bios containing the bios Setup disk can anyone help?
I believe also that the press/hold button when you turn on the power is the one above the tab key but also saw other keys such as F, F, F12 FN and ~. If all the instructions would also be appreciated.
> The problem is that I can not locate the file bios containing the bios Setup disk can anyone help?
I could find a BIOS for this series on the Toshiba driver page we
Zipped package contains the based victory and based back the version of the BIOS.
Unpack this package and read the readme.txt file
There you can find the details of the update of the BIOS using the diskette
My friends laptop - a S300-120 - was having a few problems.
I replaced some parts about this before, including a screen crack with no problems.
However, he began to refuse to start saying "out of battery CMOS, Press F1 to enter setup". Of course you would have to do this, set the date and time, except & restart only to get the same message. We have replaced the CMOS battery with a with the same serial number and now the laptop will not boot.
It does one of two things.
It is one) seems to turn, turn to the top disk & CD player, cooling fan is 100%, then flashes the POWER ON led once, twice by orange, and then green to 1/2 second intervals, with no response from the keyboard or LCD.
Or (b) turns on, turntable, does not turn up to cooling fan, POWER ON witness remains stable, no response from the keyboard or LCD.
I re-assembled the laptop several times & can not find all the missing fittings or obvious signs of damage.
The only thing I can think is that the motherboard has been damaged - somehow find replacements is delicate.
(> It is a) appears to turn on, turn the disk & CD player, cooling fan goes to 100% and then flashes him
POWER ON led once, twice by orange, and then green to 1/2 second intervals, with no response from the keyboard or LCD.
Usually, if the voltage in abnormal feeding malfunctions when IN DC will be blinking orange.
In my opinion, it looks like a problem with the motherboard :(
Eventually, you will need to replace the mobo ;(
I have win7 32 bit on my Satellite Pro S300-121.
I have 4 GB of ram installed.
Should I install the 64 bit version, or I will not see any difference in speed?
I know I have to do a clean install, but is it useful for S300-121 all pros and cons anyway, your thoughts
Your laptop has been equipped with 4 GB of RAM.
But Win 32 bit can handle only 3.2 GB. So this could be a key reason to switch to Win 7 64 bit OS because the 64-bit would recognize the full 4 GB of RAM.
But if you use programs and the software that is compatible only with the 32-bit system, then I would recommend staying with Win 7 32 bit OS.
But new software can be installed on 32-bit and 64-bit systems
I replaced the original HARD drive and installed a new SSD that works very well.
Installed the W7Pro and all updates.
I do not use my burner so I replaced the CD drive and installed a shopping cart with my old HDD to have more disk space.
When I start my laptop, I see a message of ERROR of CD-ROM.
In Device Manager the caddy and or the HARD drive is not displayed.
I tried to change settings in the BIOS (according to Toshiba utility the latest version), but even in the Bios is no information about this SSD or HARD drive installed. (or the CD player when I re - install this drive again)
What's not here? Do I need a BIOS updated allowing the 2nd HARD drive?
Or if I forget a setting somewhere?
NB in the BIOS HARD drive drive settingis according to ACPI, the list below it is referred to as IDE device.
When I enter the BIOS IDE instead of ACPI, I still see the CD-ROM ERROR when starting and after this message, the screen is blue and no other activity.
Relevant information from PC:
Model name Satellite Pro S300
Part number PSSB0E-02H00FDU
Serial number: 88091121
Version of the OS Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1
Version of the BIOS Version 3.00
Processor Intel (r) Core (TM) 2 Duo T5670 CPU 1.80 GHz
Physical memory 4096 MB RAM
Disk capacity hard 255,953,203,200 [bytes] 238.375 [GB]
Capacity of the hard drive space free 200,118,833,152 [bytes] 186.375 [GB]
IDE Device V4-CT256V4SSD2
TEAC DV-W28S-RT FW version = 7.0 D
> What is the problem here? Do I need a BIOS updated allowing the 2nd HARD drive?
> Or if I forget a setting somewhere?
To my knowledge, not all laptops support a 2nd HDD rather than the ODD (optical disc)
Also, not all CD/DVD drives are compatible and could be used for all laptops.
So agree with the user above and I think it's the problem of compatibility also.
I use Toshiba Satellite Pro S300-ez2502 with Windows Vista Business.
Sometimes my touchpad doesn't work for a couple of seconds at least 1 time a day.
It becomes a bit annoying, because the mouse pointer move by moving the finger on the touchpad.
Can someone please suggest a solution? Hoping to hear from you soon.
Apply for solution is simply but it will be interesting to know when that will happen. Usually, if the mouse is frozen it can be because of a background activity or HARD drive busy.
Have you noticed the HDD activity (HARD drive flashes) when this happen?
I mean when you wrote sometimes that's not easy to say why this happens and what you can do about it.
I have a 6 month laptop Satellite Pro S300-100 and running Vista 32 bit. He got 4 USB slots, 1 handset that works on the left side and 3 USB2 connectors right side and these 3 suddenly stopped working. I tried different connections, memory stick, external drive, USB mouse, but they are all dead.
I've tried deactivited and operated them, no change. I checked the ports and the response of the system are that they are involved.
I had a similar problem earlier on a Tecra 9000 a few years ago and the replaced the motherboard.
Anyone has a solution, please?
Do you have the yellow marks in Device Manager?
I think that there is a hardware problem. Contact an ASP (authorized service provider) to repair your laptop.
Here you can find:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com-online decision-making supported downloads & => find an ASP.
I received through Toshiba Tempro an update for my Toshiba Satellite Pro S300 (W7 32-bit) for a 3 G modem and Toshiba Wireless Manager.
After the State Manager is installed, there is not such a modem.
This laptos has a build-in modem, where can I put a SIM card in?
Otherwise how to install a SIM card in this laptop to have internet access anywhere where I'm going?
TEMPRO shows a downloaded driver information!
The point is that laptops are equipped with different hardware components and not all models support the same hardware specification.
Maybe your S300 has not been equipped with 3G modem but other S300 support 3G.
However, you can check device manager if a 3G device is in the list
My laptop has been "reset" by a Virus called AdwCleaner last week removal tool (CAUTION - do NOT run it on your laptop - if could ruin your life!) :(
In any case, the result of it was that I had to take it to a repair shop where they were unable to restore Windows XP I had used since I got the machine, and so they have had to re - install the original Windows Vista which was the OS when I bought it. (I bought a "downgrade" to XP disc with the laptop)
Until that happened, the charging of the battery and everything worked well, but since I'll be back my laptop from the store, battery does not charge.
When I hover over the right low battery icon, it says "3% available, battery not charging".
The battery is OK, because if I unplug the power cable, the laptop stays on.
Is there some setting somewhere that is revealing the machine do not recharge the battery?
How can I get it back to normal?
See you soon,.
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I m wondering if the guy installed all the drivers of Toshiba Vista that are released on the Toshiba UE driver page.
I m thinking in particular software and tools such as value added package
I also recommend you to check the Device Manager.
In Device Manager, expand battery area.
Here, you must first uninstall the
-Battery method to check compatible ACPI Microsoft
-Microsoft AC adapter
-Battery composite Microsoft
Reboot the laptop.
Check how to work the battery charging process
In the case where they would find the new hardware (these would be three uninstalled devices from Device Manager) wait until the system has installed the driver, reboot once again and check the load
I put my Toshiba Satellite Pro S300 from Windows 7 to Windows 8 at level and I am stuck at the point where I need to uninstall first TrueSuite Access Manager.
It is not listed under programs and features, so I can't uninstall it from there.
I downloaded util_tam_uninstall_TC00240000B.exe and run it without success.
> It does not appear in programs and features, so I can't uninstall it from there.
I can't believe that if the utility is installed, it should appear in the box programs and features.
On the other hand also the fingerprint driver is installed
So, you can check if you need to uninstall the driver of the fingerprint of the Device Manager.
I have a Satellite Pro S300 the recovery partition has long been eliminated and the computer was working fine until I opened an e-mail allegedly Fed Ex, ERROR!
A got a malware virus really bad.
So I bought a vista business recovery disk for my computer and wiped hard drive t.He. During the installation of Vista, I get a preinst5.swm missing on the first disc.
After that I skipped the file I got an error of 10-fc06-0002 on the second disc and a cancellation of the installation.
I looked online for this error and a lot of people have had the same problem. Nobody seems to know what to do.
I installed Vista Home Premium from a disk recovery Dell with no problems, however, when I tried to change the product key to that on the computer I got the key was not good for the version of hp vista.
So what to do.
I think Toshiba made a good product, but the recovery disk, they sent me for $30 was bad.
I thought that I could copy the disc on another computer and copy a good version of preinst5.swm and try to make a good recovery disk, but I don't have a lot of confidence in Toshiba software.
If you have a model of cell phone US please try to ask for help on Toshiba we forum http://forums.toshiba.com/t5/Computers/ct-p/c_laptops/tshb
Maybe someone can help with this. To be honest, this error message is not known to me and the correct address for help should be closest to Toshiba service provider.
Call them, explain the situation and ask for help.
This error must be known to them and I hope they can give good advice you how to solve this problem.
Some good news. I have the GPS works entirely on the Toshiba Satellite Pro S300 with F3507g 3 G card. I think that the measures to make operational work on any Toshiba laptop with the same card.
It requires new 3G Toshiba drivers for the card that exposes the COM7 GPS port, some trick with the COM port for the card out of the location data (this would have been done by a Toshiba application if they support the GPS), then it will work with any application that supports GPS.
I used the land bridge to verify this works and this allows tracking on Google Earth, see [image here | http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/2262/earthbridgepd2.png] (note that I blanked my exact location because it locates my front door). This signal was achieved with the laptop near a window.
What I plan to do is to make a small application to enable or disable the GPS receiver and will post some instructions on how to address all this, which is quite easy other cunning of Com port that I hope, I can make do with a small, free program.
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Thanks a lot for this thread. This is really interesting stuff and it will be interesting to have a little more and more to report about it. If you have time please do it for this wonderful community.
I just hope that the moderator will pay attention to this subject and maybe offer you more space or even separate category for people like you.
It will be great to have some sort of blogging here.
In any case, respect for your work and I hope to learn more about these interesting topics.
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 have a Satellite Pro S300 EZ1514.
Recently I bought a SATA II 64 GB SSD to replace hard drive current cavalry. I first tried to install XP with SATA drivers rationalized in.
The installation process recognized the SSD and has the original file copied to it, but when it restarted to continue the installation process the system wouldn't boot from the drive.
Then I tried to install Vista Business 64 from the recovery disk came with the laptop.
After launching the recovery disc, the said installation process the hard drive has not been initialized and click OK to initialize now.
After clicking OK to initialize the system not restarted that at the end pointing upwards on the screen telling me to initialize the hard disk.
Then I tried initializing the disk manually on my desk.
Plugged into my office, initialized and formatted in NTFS. Plugged into the laptop to retry recovery Vista. And once again the same screen appears. Reconnect the disk SSD the Office to see that the player has is more initialized and was to be initialized again.
Then I gave up and installed the SSD on my desktop under master boot and installed perfectly fine with XP. For testing purposes I then handed the ssd with XP pre-installed in the cell to see what happens. To my dismay the computer laptop would not boot and on top of that when I put the SSD drive in the desktop only to see that the drive has been initialized is no longer and I had to reinstall XP again.
It seems that the Satellite Pro S300 series is not easy SSD and just post it self off Initialise the Solid State Drives.
This seems to be the logical conclusion that the SSDS works perfectly well on my desktop and the laptop is fine now with the old turntable hard back in.
Does anyone else have this problem or a solution?
I would still put the SSD in my laptop to save energy.
The laptop is equipped with common serial ATA HDD.
The SSD might work, but is not a must.
There are several different SSD on the market and a problem of compatibility of equipment can always happen.
Maybe an other SSD would work properly, but these are just suggestions.
It may sound silly, but I'm trying to access the BIOS on my TOSHIBA Satellite Pro S300-EZ1511 menu and I can't, I searched for this on the manual but I couldn't find anything.
I need to go there if I change the SATA to IDE settings so I can install windows XP system after I formatted the Vista.
It should be in the manual somewhere.
Turn on the laptop and hold the ESCAPE key. When it prompts you, and then press F1.
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