The disappearance of the BIOS settings

I am owner of computer laptop 6710. b BIOS disappeared, leaving only what you see in the picture, what is the solution?

only the file. don't securety not diagnostic...

and laptop not read hard drive...

With a corrupt BIOS and the failure of attempts to revive, it may very well be the end of the road for your old laptop. I wish I had better news to give you, but I did not.

Tags: Notebooks

Similar Questions

  • Satellite R830: How do the BIOS settings password protected?

    Hi all

    I installed a software protection against theft in my Satellite R830, but he suggested that I adjust the settings in the BIOS so that it will start only from the hard drive, and to make sure that no one else can modify it (if it is stolen), the BIOS settings are protected by Word.

    Can someone tell me how to access the BIOS at startup settings upward?

    Hello

    You can set the BIOS settings by setting the BIOS password.
    If someone would like to change the BIOS settings, the password of the BIOS would be necessary.

  • Satellite L755-129 and Win8.1 - cannot access the BIOS settings

    Hello

    I have a L755-129 satellite and I have the version of windows 8.1 update in my laptop. I want to open the bios of my computer and I can't do it?

    What is going on? Also I can't find in the windows recovery Panel. Key F2 and F12 does not work, when I press it, the laptop starts beeping beep and starts in windows.
    Can someone help me? I don't want windows 7 I like windows 8.1.

    Thank you for your help

    It's really good that you posted this question. So far on this forum many people ask the same questions, but all have been at the origin of new machines of Win8.
    Now we have the situation with the old machine Win7 but with Win8 preinstalled.

    Solution for other people needed to proceed to a complete stop and after doing this, it was possible to enter the BIOS settings. Check it please http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB2B03EY0002R01.htm

    This situation does not for me so here's a question for you:
    When you start your laptop, I guess you can see the Toshiba start screen. With F2 option is shown on the bottom of the screen?

  • Dynabook: How to enter the BIOS settings?

    I have a CRC Dynabook V2/470. How can I get into the BIOS
    settings on this laptop?

    Hello

    This device is not known to me, but I guess that you can enter the BIOS setting by pressing the F2 key or ESC in combination with F1.

    Good bye

  • Can not start my old Satelite A100-168 or enter the BIOS settings

    Hi all

    My problem and simple to explain:
    When I turn on my laptop, it's as if it was on, but nothing happens.
    The HARD drive led is not active.
    It is also impossible to go into the BIOS settings. The ESC key does not work.
    Everything is black.
    I tried to put a boot disk, but nothing happens.

    So is - anyone help me?

    Thanks in advance

    Message was edited: assignment has been translated

    From my point of view of the defective material, any party may cause the described problem.
    Even only one defective memory card could prevent the laptop to boot the system.
    Of course, also the dysfunction of the BIOS EPROM module would prevent execution of the power on self test and ultimately, it would mean that laptop may not illuminate correctly.

    I think that there is no general solution... parts must be checked; one by one.
    In the worst case, there is a motherboard problem and I think that in this case it s not worth to fix the unit because of the high cost of motherboard.

  • Satellite C55 - A - 19(d) - how to enter the BIOS settings?

    Hello

    I recently bought a * laptop Satellite A-C55-19 D * with no operating system preinstalled, so I installed Windows 8.1.
    My problem is that * I can't get to the BIOS menu *.
    I turn on the computer, but I can't see any invitation to "press F2 to enter setup". I get only a screen that has just the + Toshiba Leading Innovation > + notice, then the Windows 8 points of spinning...
    I could type or hold F2, F12, ESC, DEL, but nothing is coming. I also tried to press the Fn + F2 key combination.
    What I have to enter the BIOS setup?

    Thanks in advance!

    Proceed to a complete stop as described here - http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB2B03EY0002R01.htm
    After that restart your laptop, and then press F12. There you should be able to enter the BIOS settings.

    Check it out.

  • Satellite 1900-303: changed the BIOS settings, and now I can't boot from the CD drive

    Can anyone help, I inadvertently changed the BIOS settings, and now I can't get the CD player to boot the pc back to the default settings, Windows xp seems to work ok as is the cd player.
    If someone has the original settings, I would be grateful for any help.

    Derek has soon

    Hello Derek

    Use the F2 key to enter the BIOS settings and change the order of boot devices. This option is under the STARTUP tab. Otherwise, you can insert the recovery CD when the unit is turned OFF. Turn it on and immediately press the C button. keep it down for a few seconds and unit is forced from the CD/DVD drive.

  • Cannot change the BIOS settings

    Hi all, I hope someone can advise on this? I have a HP Pro X 2 612 G1that I am unable to change the BIOS settings on. I can access the BIOS, but the options are grayed out. I have updated the BIOS to the latest version without the determination of the question. Any information is appreciated.  Thank you...

    Hi, I have found the BIOS can not be change, unless an administrator password is set for the BIOS for a system used at home I have never set a BIOS password and think it should be owners choice but that I'm just a grain of sand in this big world! Thank you all

  • Satellite 2060cds: what I need to do to change the BIOS settings?

    I need help.
    I installed Windows XP Home, and now I can not access the toshiba hwsetup software, to change the password or other settings of the bios.
    What should I do to change the bios settings?

    Thanks for your help.

    Hi Paulo,

    Normal access to the BIOS Setup is by pressing F2 during the initial power of sequence.

    Kind regards

  • Satellite P50T-A01C - how to enter the BIOS settings?

    Can someone tell me please how to enter the bios on the Satellite P50T-A01C
    I tried fn f2, f10, delete, not go...

    Does anyone know how to get?

    Thanks in advance.

    If you use Win8, you must proceed to a full stop, and then after the new departure enter the BIOS settings.
    Please check - http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB2B03EY0002R01.htm
    Try to please and post comments.

  • Satellite L310 - I can not enter the Bios settings

    Dear team,

    I have a toshiba that is always on warraty.
    Is there anyway you can help me.

    It ceased to operate effectively. It does not exceed the Bios.
    By that I mean you reach the Bios screen, but you can not enter the Bios settings.

    Details
    model: toshiba Satellite L310

    What exactly do you say: you reach the Bios screen, but you can not enter the Bios settings?
    The BIOS is secured by password or what?
    You see a splash screen of Toshiba for short time?
    Is it possible to start the Windows operating system or to recover the laptop?

    Please publish more details!

  • How to load the CMOS (get the Bios settings) on Lenovo IdeaCentre K330

    Hello

    How to load the CMOS (get the Bios settings) on Lenovo IdeaCentre K330? Found no parameters. I can click on F2, then network and passwords, is this all I could configure?

    OK, I got it - you must click F1 several times when starting system upward!

  • How to change the BIOS settings to read the Norton CD?

    In accordance with the instructions of Norton, I need to temporarily change the BIOS setting so that my computer will read the CD that has a Norton Bootable Recovery tool to start the computer. Norton's other attempts to remove the W32. SillyFDC.BDP worm failed, so they recommend using their recovery tool. How can I change the BIOS? Thank you.

    In accordance with the instructions of Norton, I need to temporarily change the BIOS setting so that my computer will read the CD that has a Norton Bootable Recovery tool to start the computer. Norton's other attempts to remove the W32. SillyFDC.BDP worm failed, so they recommend using their recovery tool. How can I change the BIOS? Thank you.

    You may or may not need to change the BIOS settings.  Assuming that you have a bootable CD with this tool, put it in your CD drive and restart the computer.  One of the 3 things will happen:

    1. the computer starts from the CD and you can follow all instructions you have Symantec.

    2 watching very carefully that the computer starts.  You may see a message that says something like "press any key to boot from the CD-ROM.  If you see this message, press a key (for example, the space bar) and the computer boots from the CD.

    3. watch very carefully that the computer starts.  You will see a message that says something like, "to change settings, press F1."  The key that you press on will be different depending on your particular computer.  It might be F1 or F10 or del key.  Whatever it is, press this button and you will enter the BIOS configuration utility.  From there, you can change the boot order to CD first.  Directions to navigate the BIOS Setup will be displayed on the screen, but they will involve using the button tab, enter, and arrow keys, because your mouse does not work in this utility.

    You can also take a look here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic228631.html

  • one of my pc has placed on the bios supervisor password. now I need to use the bios settings to make some changes

    original title: supervisor password

    one of my pc has placed on the bios supervisor password. now I need to use the bios settings to make some changes, and I don't remember the password. What can I do to fix this?

    any practical advice will be much appreciated.

    Hello

    Check with support from the manufacturer of your system (manufacturer of motherboard for customized systems)
    or a real computer store (that makes its own domestic service).

    The Microsoft Community cannot help with password lost or forgotten by Microsoft Policy.

    Keep secure passwords - Microsoft strategy on move the passwords
    http://answers.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/Forum/Windows_7-security/keeping-passwords-secure-Microsoft-policy-on/39f56ef0-5d68-41AD-9daa-6e6019c25d37

    I hope this helps.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Rob Brown - Microsoft MVP<- profile="" -="" windows="" experience :="" bicycle="" -="" mark="" twain="" said="" it="">

  • X 1 carbon - cannot unlock the Bios settings

    Hello!

    For testing purposes, I set a supervisor password and put a lock on the Bios settings. Since then I can't access the settings because I have never asked the supervisor password. The biometric characteristics are activated. So when I restart and press F1 I get into the bios without beeing asked a password but I can't change the values.

    You associate your fingerprints with the supervisor password?  Another option instead of dragging your finger please press ESC and then manually type the password, I hope it will work.

  • EliteBook limited 8460p of the BIOS settings

    Hello

    I use a 8460p EliteBook. Now when I try to enter the BIOS settings, the computer asks for the opening of Windows account password or enroll fingerprints. Whatever I do, when the password is accepted and fingerprint recognized, it led me to 'read only' BIOS, only some parameters settings are editable. (see screenshots)

    I looked in all the menus in BIOS in order to activate the settings to change, but not glue.

    Maybe in the past, I used a kind of HP security software to lock down the BIOS settings.

    Please kindly help! I need to change the boot order, I recently joined a HDD caddy, he also start in the cart, not the first SSD.

    Thank you very much!

    Now, I understand why:

    When I press F10 to enter the BIOS settings, the system asks me if I want to get into the BIOS as a guest user, I was always move the blue highlight to the button NOT to open a session and after that he always asks me to enter the password / enroll fingerprints for nothing.

    This time I chose YES (or hightlight color is reversed), and I can access the complete settings in the BIOS.

    It's really weird.

Maybe you are looking for

  • Unable to connect my iPhone 6 to apple ID

    Morning, I have an iMac connected to my apple PB ID but I am not able to connect my iPhone 6 to even apple ID. Rpet error Id or password Could someone help? THX

  • Appeal of c# classes for LabVIEW instruments

    The c# programmers here in my company have developed a great c# class that contains all of the interfaces of instrument for our various test stations.  Instead of re - write all this LabVIEW code that would cause a maintainability nightmare, I want t

  • [W520] How can I configure microphone and speakers?

    Hi, I recently got a Thinkpad W520 and I am having some problems. How can I set up the microphone for use with Skype or Msn Messenger? Now, whenever I make a call, he said that Skype/Msn does not detect my sound card, so it won't work. The microphone

  • Update Vista 80004002 error code

    Internet explorrer 8 do not work properly. Ireseive a windows update error code 80004002.

  • Steps to migrate some app from 4.6 to 10

    Hey. I was writing applications targeting 4.6 and 5.0 and 6.0 a few years ago and I have an application that had several icons and a simple user interface that I want to work on my Q10 as quickly and easily as possible. In particular, I hope that I c