Tecra 9100 comes on intermittently and turns off after 10-15 seconds
Referring to a Toshiba Tecra 9100, model No.: PT910E-602SF-FR
The power button normally doesn't light up at all, even if sometimes it starts normally, starts to load windows, then always turns off after 5 to 15 seconds in any case.
It always requires the batteries very well, but it won t turn on. I ve checked the ram, hard drive and I re - set the default bios - nothing prevents to cut if you can get it to turn on.
Any ideas what could be the problem? Any help appreciated, it s the second time I had - the same problem the last time!
Have you already tried to clean the fan? Maybe a lot of dust blocking the fan for laptop can start t, and then turns off itself due to a higher temperature. It would be interesting to try to clean it.
But in my opinion, you've done everything you can do, and it looks like a malfunction of the motherboard. If cleaning using fan doesn t I think the motherboard is faulty or something else. If you are familiar with the disassembly of the laptop, you can try to fix it yourself with second hand parts. Otherwise it s time for a new laptop I think
I am trying to fix this Satellite A60-712; He came to me without feeder, but I found a compatible and it seems to work: CC in LED lights up and the battery starts to charge.
My problem is that this starts Mobile for awhile, radiator begins to turn, all the lights are normally, but, all of a sudden everything turns off after 2-3 seconds. I have observed that this machine has only one slot of free RAM and noted that it has integrated the module memory motherboard; that would be the problem? Or another reason?
Could someone help me?
> it came to me without feeder, but I found a compatible
Can you please test it with a Toshiba original AC/DC adapter? The same thing is happening?
If the laptop has already integrated memory motherboard there is no problem. Alternatively, you can use the laptop without additional RAM module.
In the worst cases, you need professional help of an authorized service provider. :(
I had a HP zr2740w for 5 months now works fine. But then I had a disc crasch and had to reinstall everything.
The monitor is correctly copied to windows and the resolution 2560 x 1440 (recommended). Everything works very well for a few seconds then it stops. (no light in the led). If I click the power button on front it sources fixed blue lights and work for a few more seconds before that the led turns off (not orange).
I installed all the latest drivers.
graphics Nvidia GeForce GTX 560Ti 4 GB card. Driver 126.96.36.1997 (October 2, 2012)
Monitor HP ZR2740w IPS Driver 188.8.131.52 (March 23, 2011)
So the problem is not related to the cable (use the green to dual link dvi cable).
I am running windows 7 ultimate 64-bit.
Credits to HP support. They came and replaced the monitor within 24 hours. Now everything works perfectly.
The monitor of my laptop A50 has this morning began to be empty. The monitor works for about 3 or 4 seconds after you start / change the screens (with Fn + F5 or Ctrl + Alt + F3) but then goes off completely new. I am currently using an external monitor that works exactly as it should.
It started to take place after the restart of the hibernation mode overnight.
I rebotted the machine, I have re-installed the driver monitor, or which has had no effect.
Any ideas? -I prefer not to have to take it for repair because the monitor is obviously able to operate and the guarantee of lack at the end of last month.
have you ever tried AC disconnect and remove the battery to you´ve? If not, then make and watch what happens. Generally, these problems of hibernation
could be solved by removing all power supply to the machine.
Basically, I bought my P300 Sat about a month previously and each time it runs, battery, the same error will occur...
It will update the screen every 10 minutes or more and turn off for 2-3 seconds.
This isn't a big problem, but it is annoying that I can not sort.
I tried to run a check of problem to find a solution, but he says that he can not find a.
Can you please explain what you mean with refresh? And what exactly is happening?
It is not easy to say what the reason is for this, but have tested an external monitor on the laptop? And you can determine if it s a problem with the internal display or not.
In addition, you must make sure that you have installed the latest display driver and BIOS. The two you can find on the Toshiba site:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com-online decision-making supported Downloads & => Download drivers
If you installed a display driver Toshiba not you should remove it. These display drivers can often cause problems and don t have protection against overheating.
I can't understand what is happening with my computer, but I hope that this information will help you. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
There are 3 computers involved. One is a Toshiba laptop Satellite L300D Vista I had in December 2008 and the other two are Toshiba Satellite M110 XP portable computers that we got in December 2006 I think.
The problem started with the Vista. It stops just one day and when I tried to turn it back on, it would show the Toshiba screen for a few seconds and then die. He was the life of the battery. Tried everything, could not, so I have restored the default computer. After it's on, I loaded my music in my external hard drive and a few days later, he crashed again. I restored it again and load my music back in, and then a few days later, he crashed again. Now when I try to restore it, it does not accept the restore disc. The hard drive flashes orange several times and the disc not spin fast enough to start doing anything.
I decided to forget the vista computer, I had a year and a half... And started using my xp computer is a few years old. I've ONLY used to browse Craigslist (after I started using it instead of my Vista computer for a few days, after that the Vista) and not load any music in there. This computer has worked since then, but about a week after the death of my vista, my xp now has the same problem. It turns on for a while and then turns off immediately. Since they are the two Toshibas, they can use the same chargers so I would use the charger that comes with the vista or another, that I got off eBay a few years ago. Been using two wires forever and then everything suddenly this question not sure that it of a problem with the power or not, but one thing I noticed was my vista computer would make a rattling noise from inside the computer only when has been plugged in the charger from eBay, and I noticed my xp making the same sound as that connected with the charger from eBay just before you die too.
My brother also has a toshiba satellite m110 xp laptop, and we tried a few things with the vista computer to try to make it work. A site offered to take the RAM and try to turn it on. Nothing that's happened. We took the ram from my brothers computer which works very well and put it in the vista. Nothing happened. We took the hard drive from her computer and put it in the vista and the computer DID start up (which was great cause I've not seen on in about a month) but it started up to a blue screen. Put us the hard drive in my brothers xp and the computer was working fine... For a few hours. Now the computer will not start correctly and we are trying to restore his computer but couldn't find the restore disc. Her hard drive was in my computer literally 15 seconds and his computer is now toast.
I don't care about my laptop toshiba satellite m110 xp, but I want a solution for my toshiba laptop satellite L300D vista, and I also want to get my brothers running again because I ruined. I don't know much about computers, but my guess is that there is nothing wrong with the ram or hard drives, but something else in my vista computer that is ruining the hard drives. That still doesn't explain why my XP computer is turn off after a few seconds suddenly well. The only thing that the Vista and my XP have in common, is that they used the same power cords (which always worked fine)
If anyone can help me out or point me in the right direction, which
would be AMAZING! Thank you very much for your time
If you have problems with the Toshiba recovery media, you will need to contact Toshiba.
It's the Toshiba recovery process.
Each manufacturer has their own particular recovery process.
And as it is now failing to do recovery required, they would be the best people to contact about this.
And for XP questions:
Link above is for XP Forums.
There is a list of the different Forums XP to the link above to help you.
You get the help you need there.
Here is the Vista Forums.
See you soon
Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner
MY DV6-6B25TX is cutting off after 10-15 seconds, regardless of the battery power or AC power.
Here's the complete scenario of what happened in recent weeks:--
Two weeks back I was using the laptop with the power adapter is plugged in for charging, the battery got charged up to 99% then it stopped charging and display the battery icon text, "plugged in, not charging".
A return of the week, the battery was 20%, after plugging in the charger, always the same message "Plugged in, no charging current".
Now the laptop does not meet the key power when the battery is inserted.
If I remove the battery and back again, it starts without pushing the power button and turns off after 10 seconds, well before Windows starts.
She stops even on the Bios screen, OS is not definitely the question.
When I plug in charger and press the power button / stop, the same thing, i.e. starts and shutts off after 10 to 15 seconds, regardless of the BIOS or Windows startup screen.
I removed the ram and but again, but the problem still persists.
Also there is no issue of overheating due to dust, as I've barely used the laptop for a few hours, the phone is about 6 months and under warranty.
Please advice ASAP.
Thanks in advance.
Honestly, something prevents the battery charge. Computer laptop closing seconds after that reinsert the battery is a good indication the battery just is not getting charged. This could be a battery failure, charger, port, or in rare cases of charge motherboard.
Since it's under warranty, I recommend you contact HP support that there is no easy solution for this on the forums. It's a hardware problem.
The number of the Canada and the United States support is 1-800-474-6836.
Monitor turns off after 5 minutes & password protect when he wakes up. View properties - &#62; screen saver "Wait: __minutes" and "on RESUME, Password Protect" checkboxes are grayed out.
I'm on a processor to work, so I've limited the administrative rights on the computer. My work function requires that I propose on the desktop to help others with professional assignments.
THE PROBLEM: After 5 minutes of inactivity mouse/keyboard of the monitor off on the processor to work, she does not even go to a screensaver first, the screen turns off just in standby mode. When the mouse is moved or a key is struck, the screen lights up with a name/password user. I am developing carpal tunnel / repetitive stress syndrome having to retype my username and password so darn times per day, at the expense of some administrative setting of BOGUS Microsoft Windows... SHEESH!
When I click on Start-> settings-> Control Panel-> display-> Display Properties-> screen saver , the "Wait: __minutes" and "On resume, password protect" checkboxes are GRISEES OUT [you can't edit these settings] . In addition, the default screen saver is set to void and no matter how many times I change it to something else and click 'Apply' return empty by default.
TWO SERIOUS CONCERNS:
Un When I'm away from my desk for more than 5 minutes, if someone arrives at my office, looking for me, it seems that my machine is completely off, so that co-workers can get the impression that I am out of the office when I could very well be just down the Hall.
Two The Office I'm implemented in a motion sensor energy saving lights in the office, if the lighting turns off automatically too, so if I'm missing in the server room or help someone at their work station for an extended period of time, if someone comes to my office, looking for me, my machine seems to be completely off AND turned off the lights in my room , so it's as if I has not yet come to the office that day there! GRR...
MICROSOFT, HELP US TO FIND a WORKAROUND: Help us make our work computers appear as they are wake / turned on while we are working work - especially when we ARE at work, just not physically sit behind our office temporarily work! GOOD GRIEF...
Help us not to disturb our admins with specialized personal requests like these, they already have enough on their plate, ensuring that the network is in place and functioning.
-JUDGES on Temp. Job Day @ assignment
(Chained to a machine working at the expense of some fake Microsoft Windows administrator rights)
PS. I have a screenshot of my locked dialog box display-> screen saver properties if you need more information. I wish I could download it right on this post to make things clear.
PPS. Isn't it above described situation in the heart of the reason why employers more these days this demand we have iPhones, BlackBerry and SmartPhones? Because doctors and human beings humans with a bit of common sense finally realized that we must be sure that we move around during the day, at least several times per day, not only the stationary to our office location - watch a screen - ensuring that move us the mouse every five minutes so that our machine is not hibernate and look like it is not to do anything?
PPP. If Microsoft can not help me with a work around for this issue because this issue is, 'something that I take with my 'network administrator',' kiss my _______! Everyone must be wrong because of the stupid administrative _ like this and if yes - I NEED TO KNOW - maybe I was just not cut for a job on time full computer.
Hello JDG_SF, welcome.
These options are very likely controlled by your GP (Group Policy) settings on your domain. Due to the nature of the work of rights how administrative, there is no way to work around this problem, unless you have access to change group policy settings that affect all the machines on your network.
You would need to access or to change the settings of GP or find someone who already has access.
For more information or get in-depth help, I would recommend pass this question to TechNet:
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Hi new here and I thank very you much for your help.
My wireless radio turns off after five minutes on its own. I saw on the net a fix by going to Access IBM...
Open connections to access and go in Configure, then global settings. Uncheck the box "Enable Wireless LAN automatic radio"
Logins will be automatically turn off the wireless connection when idle to save power. The only problem here is that Access IBM does not. He gets up and you can not click on anything. I read that it is because there was a security hole in an old version of Adobe Access IBM used, and they is plugged but never implemented up to date. You can not use this... Anyone know how to bypass this or another solution to my problem. I have a T-40, is said by the way.
"Someone posted in another thread Re: wireless radio turns off after using Solutions to access IBM Options forums.lenovo.com/lnv/view_profile?user.id=22919_2";return this.s_oc? this.s_oc (e): true "target = _blank > that they had the same problem, so I tried again understand the correspondent's suggestion, and that is what I did and it works for the last two hours.
But let me introduce to you the way I found to do it.
Panel of configuration-system - hardware - click device (bar) Manager - go to network adapters - I RIGHTclicked Duoband Wifi - click Properties - click on Advanced. In the Mode of energy saving and the radio list we / off, I turned the power saving off the coast and turned the Radio on / off. Everything seems fine.
In the properties - Advanced:
Radio on /'Off - we.
Off - Mode power saving.
Thank you for the help and happy that I can spend it.
See you soon.
Is it possible to set up a computer to turn on and turn off itself every day or on any selected date?
Mine is a HP G72-b27CL running Windows 7 64 bit laptop.
Yes can schedule a task to start the system using the option shown in the screenshot below:
You can schedule a task to turn the system off by as shown in the link below:
relocation of cs5 or cs3 both have been upgraded to d/l engraved on asked to insert the cs3 and drive 5 but he was already in the drive I installed to win 10. CS5 has already been installed and turn off before the attempt to re - install. I then tried my
My computer crashed and I tried to reinstall cs5 or cs3, both have been upgraded to d/l engraved on asked to insert the cs3 and drive 5, but he was already in the drive I installed to win 10. CS5 has already been installed and turn off before the attempt to re - install. I then tried my copy of CS3 same results. Then I tried CS2 it installs and works, but cannot activate online and the phone activation is no longer available it tells me to check the forums?
First of all, that the software is old enough so that it does not at all with Windows 10... but
An idea that MAY work to install or run some programs in Windows old 10
CS2 (or earlier version) software activation server replacement
NOTE that CS2 will not install on a Mac "modern."
Qosmio F20-154 goes to blue screen and turns off if the cd is inserted or if the flash drive is inserted
Also hotkey error on turn on the computer
This means that you can not read data CD or USB key?
Is this correct?
Have you tried to boot from the CD or DVD?
Have you tried to reinstall the OS?
Hope someone out there can help you.
I was not able to use my A60-181 for awhile without being constantly plugged to electricity.
And it seems to warm up and turns off.
I bought a new battery, but I still get the same problem... and it is only 2 years old!
Someone has an idea of what I need to do?
In my view, this case is clear. It s a simple overheating. Usually the laptop stops automatically to prevent laptop damage material. Usually, this occurs if the laptop fans twist with speed and maximum performance.
The reason for this behavior could be a dust and debris inside the laptop. Especially after 2 years of work and aspiration, the dust has a bad influence on the rotation of the fan.
The module of cooling for computer laptop cleaning could help!
But if you have no experience of it please contact the technician. It is recommended to clean the fans professionally.
I downloaded the windows BIOS update for my Equium A60 (dated 11/15/05) and ran the executable by following the instructions, after ensuring that the current AC has been connected, etc.. The update has got a little more to halfway when the computer turns off suddenly.
Now when I try to turn back on it just a few beeps and turns off again. It seems to me that the BIOS is screwed. Is there anything I can do to get my machine to run?
Unfortunately, it seems that if the BIOS of your laptop is corrupted. Unfortunately, he didn't there has no easy way for you to correct yourself and you will need to take the phone to your nearest Toshiba Service agent who has the necessary specialized equipment to reflash your CMOS with a new BIOS chip.
If I want to start the computers and I have a play to play want it turn off after some time simply way. Ask emergency assistance
To be honest, your ad is difficult to understand and I don t know what you mean exactly. In addition you should also publish more details about your operating system, drivers, BIOS and installed games or applications where this will happen.
But if your laptop is overheating, I recommend cleaning it using the jet of air compressed according to the description:
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