Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
I decided to upgrade the memory from the single 528mb stick to two 1GB sticks. The laptop was off and unplugged from the wall. I opened the back popped out the old one and popped in the new ones, shut the door and hit the power button to no effect. No battery light, no charging light when I plugged it back into the wall. I even took out the battery and plugged it in and nothing. So a friend suggested putting the old stick back in, so I did and still nothing. The only suggestion I haven't tried was resetting the CMOS battery but I'm not sure that would help. Of course the laptop worked fine before this, a little slow hence the upgrade but other than that no one I know seems to know why this happened or what happened. Anyone got an idea? Thanks!!
Yeah,reseating the cmos battery will reset you bios settings to factory default,so whatever memory that is attached to your computer should be detected..
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