Windows reinstall failure on Satellite P35 - BSOD
I had to reinstall windows XP on my Satellite P35.
I deleted the partition - now, I think that it could have been a mistake.
I get about half way through installing windows, then I get a blue error screen telling me that the installation could not be completed. "memory dump physical beginning" and all that jazz.
Any tips on what I could do wrong?
I have re-formatted the hard drive.
What is the BSOD code?
Have you tested the memory? go to www.memtest.org and install Memtest on a floppy disk or a cd.
If the BSOD 0x0000007B, you need a SATA F6 driver on a floppy disk during the installation of XP.
I installed Windows 7 on this Satellite P35-S6112 with its Realtek AC97 inside card. The card and the drivers work, but there is no volume. I can hear the sound with a very light helmet. I have uninstalled, reinstalled, attempt to update, but I installed current drivers.
Troubleshooting has been done and the system reports no problems. I am in desperate need of help here, as my daughter he needs for his college as his other laptop is in the shop. Any help is greatly appreciated!
> but there is no volume
That means you don t have the speaker icon in the toolbar to change the volume? Well, maybe that icon is just disabled and you will have to enable it.
Right click on the taskbar > properties > taskbar > customize > toggle system icons > Volume. Set this to on speaker icon will be visible right now and you can change the volume.
Check this box!
I need to reinstall windows vista on my Satellite L300 because of a problem, I had with it (the computer does not start and the recovery option does not work). It has not come with a windows CD so how can I reinstall it?
Do I have to get a CD by myself and if so - what version of windows vista is compatible with my laptop?
(I can not contact the provider because I is not guaranteed).
> It came not with a windows CD so how can I reinstall it?
You had an option pre-installed on your laptop that you helped to create the recovery disk. Seems you didn't create this disk in the past
Well, in this case, you can order the CD here:
I have a "small" problem. It all started with the following BSOD:
0x00009C (0x8922c94c, 0x00000000, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
I managed to find the touchpad is defective. I unplugged, problem solved.
It was working fine until I noticed that a single core working on 2 (Intel i3 M330).
In the BIOS, I found:
Freqency Mode Dynamics Processor - always low
Basic multi-Processing - disabled
So I went on to:
Frequency dynamic CPU - Dynamic mode
For the first time, the 64-bit windows 7 crashed with the followind BSOD message:
STOP 0X0000009C (0XFFFFF88002F6BB70, 0 X 0000000000000000, 0 X 0000000000000000, 0 X 0000000000000000)
Since this post I turn on but there is no display, no response.
Is there any solution for this?
Model: Satellite L500-1QK
> Since this message I turn on but there is no display, no response.
I'm afraid I n t m understand what hear you by no display exactly?
You see the Toshiba start screen and you can access the BIOS correctly?
From my understanding this BIOS must be set to default settings (in the BIOS press F9 and F10 to save the changes) in order to obtain the same BIOS settings configured by Toshiba, then the BIOS must be configured correctly.
In General, the BSOD appears due to severe software or hardware problem.
Most often the system recovery should resolve system problems, but if the BSOD appears even after using the recovery disc, then I guess that your material is affected.
This would mean that any unique material such as memory or the motherboard needs to be tested
I am trying to install Windows XP (toshiba recovery CD) on a new hard drive Samsung HM160HC (160GB) on a Satellite P35-S609 but once the CD format the HD and copy all the files on the hard drive (to start installing XP) laptop does not boot from the hard drive, someone has an idea?
Obviously, the drive has no flaws, perhaps the bios V1.4 takes not more than 100 GB HD or I don't know if this is the limitation of Windows XP, the thing is he isn't still trying to start the start of HD - anyone have any idea?
Your new HARD drive is recognized in the BIOS?
You can install Windows on another drive?
Satellite P35 has old IDE interface and generally it s limited to 128GB HDD (> 120 GB). If the HARD disk is not recognized you use a 120 GB HARD drive only.
I am looking for a Toshiba Satellite P35-6112 recovery disk, my windows is completely out and can't go on or return to best Configuration safe mode... The laptop is 4 years old and the Toshiba recovery media does not include any drive for this laptop...
Please let me know if you have one, or where can I get a new one.
AFAIK the Satellite P35 belongs to the American market and therefore, you should contact the nearest authorized service provider. Maybe guys can order a new disc of recovery for you:
http://www.CSD.Toshiba.com > locate a repair center
An alternative you can install Windows on a normal disc of Microsoft. All the drivers, you can download from the Toshiba page. :)
Satellite L300D BSOD on reboot after updates to Windows on Win7 64-bit (toshiba version). Restoration of the system, safe mode, nothing helps.
I am now installing the 32-bit version, but hey, 64-bit must be possible, does it not?
I'm open to good ideas.
Thanks much for this information.
Seems the BIOS update would solve the BSOD with Win 7 64 bit OS problems
Can I install Windows XP on a Satellite A300D - 14 p?
.. .thx for any info and/or messages...
Just to clarify something:
-If you want to install Windows XP Home edition, but do not change the BIOS settings (leave it in AHCI mode) at the beginning of the procedure of facilities you must load a SATA driver by pressing F6. That's only way to install Windows XP Home edition with success
-You can install WXP without driver SATA, but you must change the compatibility settings. Everything works fine, but if you change the settings on back ACHI you get BSOD every time when you try to start Windows XP Home edition
If you want to install the SATA driver please install WXP if you use SATA starts the driver before installing Windows XP Home edition.
Someone had permanent solutions to stop the Satellite P35 overheating. I had cleaned it by Toshiba, under the guarantee only once about from 6 to 9 months, but it is now overheating again and close with no warning except fans go crazy. I can't run on that very intensive applications. I use it from the Office of about 2 to 3 inches. I'll try to clean myself according to the instructions I found online.
I also don't seem to be able to get system information to detect anything hardware or software, it is said he cannot access the Windows Management Instrumentation software and I am trying to run a program called Speedfan to monitor the temperature of the CPU, but it can not detect the CPU or else other things no more. Even the software Toshiba - computer laptop maximize cannot detect the CPU details.
IM under XP Pro SP2 and Norton Internet Security 2005 Anispyware edition.
Any help would be appreciated. See you soon
you are in a dusty room? What weather conditions are given to the place where you live? After reading your description, I assume your cooling system is clobbed with dust, which could be a possible explanation, why the machine turns off during load heavy.
If I were you, I would first try to clean the ventilation/cooling system of dust (maybe you will need to bring your machine to the service partner once again) and check if the problem persists after cleaning.
Would be nice if you give something to do in your situation :)
where can I find all the drivers for Windows Xp for my Satellite C650D - 11K?
I saw something on the Support page & Toshiba drivers, but the question is: if originally, it installed Windows 7 64 bit, how I can install all drivers for Win Xp (32-bit, I guess)?
Please help me.
Your question is really strange. If your laptop is supported for Windows XP Home edition, and it is undoubtedly supported, then install WXP and more later all the necessary drivers, tools and utilities one by one.
Before that, you create the recovery disk using the preinstalled Toshiba Recovery Disk Creator. This disk you can use to install Win7 64 bit in the future when you don t want to use Windows XP Home edition.
Is it possible to get a CD/DVD of Windows XP for a Satellite A200-1HU recovery?
No, this is not possible. You can only order the Toshiba Recovery CD with the operating system preinstalled on your A200.
In your case, it s a Vista and so only the Vista recovery CD can be bought.
But if you need to use XP on your laptop, then uses the XP of origin of the Microsoft C and then install all the Toshiba XP drivers available from the diver page.
I have 2 laptops Toshiba, Qosmio X 300 - 14U and Satellite T130 - 12 K, and my question is:
I use the 64-bit drivers for Windows 7 from the Satellite on the Qosmio?
Thanks in advance
What drivers tell you exactly? Display, chipset, sound, etc. ?
Theoretically, it should be possible, but it s according to the material. For example if your Qosmio has the same chipset as satellite you can use these drivers. Otherwise it wouldn't work because the hardware is different.
First, check the features!
In addition, you can get all the drivers here:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com > support & downloads > download drivers
Can someone point me to the page drivers WXP for my laptop (AMD x 2 TL-58, 2 GB RAM, ATI HD2600, 160 GB)?
Well, as most of the users I want to improve (sorry fans of Vista, but I can't use the downgrade of Word because new BONE from the guys in Redmond s...s) for Win XP.
I am not able to find the drivers of Windows XP Home edition on the Toshiba site (except 2).
Thanks in advance.
P.S. Hello, Toshiba driver developers. We need more drivers Win XP. Please help us!
Please use the advanced search on this forum and you will find some very interesting discussions about the drivers of Windows XP Home for Satellite A210. You are right. At the time current Toshiba offers no drivers of Windows XP Home edition.
Please start with this one
How are you guys?
wanted to ask you if Windows 7 works with Satellite M70-129 or not?
Toshiba is going to support or not with drivers and other things?
Thanks in advance
This is a user to use the forum, so if you wait for an official statement from Toshiba then you can wait until you get gray hair
If you want to hear my opinion then this is
Windows 7 is very similar / same as MS Vista OS. It supports only a few additional features and options.
In the European Toshiba page driver I found the Vista drivers for this laptop M70 series and I guess these drivers could be used on Windows 7 too.
Please help me! How to reformat and install the operating system Windows XP Home for Satellite A300?
Can someone help me with this?
First you need to download xp drivers: http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/download_drivers_bios.jsp
Second, you must create the floppy or custom installation CD of Windows XP with integrated storage drivers. the custom installation CD, you can use Nlite http://www.nliteos.com/. There are guides in different languages, so you won't have a problem to create a. Don't forget it will have to include "Storage drivers", without them, Setup does not recognize the hard drive.
Third install XP :)
But be aware, you may encounter some problems, as audio doesn't work do not (updated Windows XP specific need or Service pack 3), some Fn keys not working do not, some unrecognized hardware and so on... You really have to patient when installing XP on new laptops. So good luck
(Tip: download all readers and store it because it is quite possible that the LAN/WAN connection will not work without a driver)
See you soon
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